Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Met Gala NARS Beauty Report

2016 MET GALA
Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology
NEW YORK, NY | MAY 2, 2016



NARS worked with celebrity makeup artist Emi Kaneko to create the 2016 Met Gala makeup look for Chloe Sevigny, who attended wearing Simone Rocha. Please see below for more details and the products used to achieve this look.

Beauty Inspiration: “The hair and dress were the statement pieces for this look, so for Chloe’s makeup we kept her skin natural and glowing, with a twist of sexy.”

Key NARS products used: Velvet Matte Skin Tint | Sexual Content Dual-Intensity Blush | Mineshaft Velvet Lip Glide (NEW for Fall 2016)


 

NARS worked with celebrity makeup artist Matthew Van Leeuwen to create the 2016 Met Gala makeup look for Lea Seydoux, who attended wearing Louis Vuitton. Please see below for more details and the products used to achieve this look.

Beauty Inspiration: “My inspiration for Lea’s makeup was from her stunning Louis Vuitton dress. I wanted to create a look that was simple and modern, with a bit of an edge given the theme of the night. Lea suggested a deep brownish lip would be great, and I totally agreed.”

Key NARS products used: Velvet Matte Skin Tint | Sexual Content Dual-Intensity Blush | Hyde Park Satin Lip Pencil



NARS worked with celebrity makeup artist Monika Blunder to create the 2016 Met Gala makeup look for Juno Temple, who attended wearing Erdem. Please see below for more details and the products used to achieve this look.

Beauty inspiration: “Erdem loved the idea of combining Stevie Nicks with Old Hollywood and keeping Juno’s complexion fresh and dewy.”

Key NARS products used: Goddess Velvet Shadow Stick | Dione Dual-Intensity Eyeshadow | Stripped Velvet Lip Glide (New for Fall 2016)



NARS worked with celebrity makeup artist Sarah Tanno to create the 2016 Met Gala makeup look for Lady Gaga, who attended wearing Versace. Please see below for more details and the products used to achieve this look.

Beauty inspiration: “Fashion in an age of technology is something I feel Lady Gaga has been a huge influence on. When creating this look for her Versace design I wanted to do something that was more rock in a modern and futuristic way. I focused on highlighted skin and a bold red orange lip.”

Key NARS products used: Fervor Dual-Intensity Blush | Desdemona Dual-Intensity Eyeshadow | Mineshaft Velvet Lip Glide (New for Fall 2016)



NARS worked with celebrity makeup artist Jeanine Lobell to create the 2016 Met Gala makeup look for Jessica Chastain, who attended wearing Prada. Please see below for more details and the products used to achieve this look.

Beauty inspiration: “Once I saw Jessica’s beautiful peacock blue dress, I immediately wanted to go with a bright, bold raspberry lip.  I wanted to go for a chic, fresh Parisian look.”

Key NARS products used: Velvet Matte Skin Tint | Audacious Mascara | Vera Audacious Lipstick 


NARS worked with celebrity makeup artist Georgie Eisdell to create the 2016 Met Gala makeup look for Alicia Vikander, who attended wearing Louis Vuitton. Please see below for more details and the products used to achieve this look.

Beauty inspiration: “My inspiration for Alicia’s look came from her unbelievable Louis Vuitton gown and of course the theme of the night. Alicia has absolutely perfect skin so I wanted it to glow. I wanted the rest of her face to be modern but not overdone, so I kept the look defined yet subtle.”

Key NARS products used: Hot Sand Illuminator | Sycorax Dual-Intensity Eyeshadow |Audacious Mascara 


NARS worked with celebrity makeup artist Kayleen McAdams to create the 2016 Met Gala makeup look for Rachel McAdams, who attended wearing Valentino. Please see below for more details and the products used to achieve this look.

Beauty inspiration: “Rachel is dripping in gold so I wanted to choose makeup that would complement the rich tones and give the whole look depth.”

Key NARS products used: Velvet Matte Skin Tint | Orgasm Blush | Liv Audacious Lipstick

All products, except where noted, are available at NARS.


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