In an Alberta Ferreti dress, Giuseppe Zanotti shoes, Judith Leiber clutch, and Martin Katz jewelry.
She looks like she should be gliding through the Woodland Realm with the rest of the Galadhrim.
All shall love her and despair!
That clutch can only hold two tampons or a tube of lipstick, but not both at the same time. But it looks great, and that's all that's really important!
Even her jewelery is celestial.
Love Me Deux with moisturizer in the tube and concealer in the mirrored cap — it's genius. ($43)
Belle Poudre HD Sheer Powder masks imperfections and flawlessly sets coverage over mineral moisture tint. ($29)
Vu-On Rouge uses hydrating shea and exotic antioxidant-rich mango seed butters for a dewy luster and irresistible airbrushed finish. ($29)
Le Joli Crayon is rich in mineral pigments and anti-aging fruit extracts. ($23)
Eiffel Power mascara structurally supports lashes with curative cotton bloom, while arnauba and sunflower waxes leave a luminous finish. ($18)
The only thing more luminous than Julianne Hough’s Alberta Ferretti dress last night was her complexion — she was absolutely glowing at the L.A. premiere of Safe Haven. And since candlelight doesn’t come in a bottle, the only way to get that kind of ethereal glow is with makeup.
To create Julianne’s face, makeup artist Spencer Barnes used Votre Vu’s tinted moisturizer in lieu of foundation and dusted her face with Votre Vu’s loose setting powder. Always opt for a loose powder over pressed when attempting this look. It’s the difference between wearing a veil (loose powder) or a curtain (pressed powder). One lets light through, the other absorbs the light like a big skin-colored black hole. Application is very important, too — a big fluffy brush will apply less product over a broader area, whereas a compact sponge applies more product over a smaller area. Less really is more when going for a glow.
Barnes finished the look with Votre Vu’s cream blush on her lips and cheeks and a dusting of bronzer down the bridge of the nose, forehead, temples and chin. He lined her eyes with Votre Vu’s creamy mineral-based eye pencil and finished up with a lush coating of their mascara. And that’s when I assume he rested, because it was the seventh day and he saw that it was good.
GET HER LOOK (FROM VOTRE VU):
Love Me Deux in Provence ($43)
Beaute en Bronze in Monaco ($34)
Vu-On Rouge in Bouquet Rose ($29)
Belle Poudre HD Sheer Powder in Medium ($29)
Lingerie Pour Les Yeux eye primer in Light ($29)
Le Joli Crayon in Aubergine ($23)
Eiffel Power mascara in Charbon ($24)