California Beauty: Isla Fisher
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C’s April cover girl Isla Fisher channeled old Hollywood glamour at the world premiere of her new film The Great Gatsby. Makeup artist Katey Denno looked at the Dolce & Gabbana dress Isla showed her before the event and said, “I knew I wanted a clean, thick black cat eyeliner, a minimal cheek, and a very intense pop of bright berry mixed with red on her lips. I love how this look came together.” To complete her perfectly polished look, L.A.-based hairstylist Jen Atkin opted for full volume waves, a look she refers to as “super glam.”
“I prepped Isla’s skin with Lina Hanson Face Serum. I sparingly used Vapour Stick Foundation to even out her skin tone, and a small amount of Mineral Fusion Concealer to perfect her skin. On her cheeks I applied Korres Blush in Pink with a small, fluffy brush, and buffed it into the skin so it appeared to glow from within.”
“Into the inner corners of her eye I applied Kjaer Weis Cloud Nine Eyeshadow to add a hint of reflection, and a small bit of Kjaer Weis Magnetic Eyeshadow on the outer ¼ of the lid. I then gave her a winged cat eyeliner using Tarte Aqualillies Black Clay Liner. I curled her lashes multiple times and then applied a few coats of Honeybee Gardens Mascara in Black along the top and bottom lashes.”
“Lips were first lined with Mac Lip Pencil in Beet for a precise edge. I then colored them using a blend of BITE Beauty Luminous Cream Lipstick in Pomegranate and Quince. Finally on top, to set the lips, I blended Tarte LipSurgence Matte Lip Tint in Lively—a deep hot pink.”
“We started with freshly washed, towel dried hair. If you’re trying to get the look at home, I recommend Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy’s Volumizing Root Boost Shampoo and Conditioner for fullness and great body.
After blow drying her hair with a large Ibiza Boar Bristle Round Brush, I set a deep side part on her hair. I began to curl sections of her hair with a one and a quarter inch curling iron. After curling, I used a Sonia Kashuk Brush to brush through the curls, for more body and bounce. I secured the parted side of her hair with bobby pins to keep it in place and finished with a light veil of Oribe Superfine Hairspray.”
Makeup by Katey Denno and hair by Jen Atkin for The Wall Group.
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