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September 1 2014

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Makeup Bag Check: Emma Stone

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The Mission: To give Revlon global brand ambassador Emma Stone a striking makeup look befitting the winner of the MTV Movie Awards’ first-ever Trailblazer prize

The Face Painter: Chanel celebrity makeup artist Rachel Goodwin

The Face: In an effort to amp up the Amazing Spider-Man star’s black Martin Grant bustier top and white skirt, Goodwin decided to boost Stone’s porcelain skin so it looked as though “[she] had spent a day at the beach.” Going for a look that was “slightly sun-kissed,” Goodwin topped a light base of Chanel Le Blanc Sheer Illuminating Base with Revlon PhotoReady Airbrush Mousse Makeup in Nude, a foundation that was two shades darker than Stone’s natural skin tone. A touch of Chanel Powder Blush in In Love on the apples of her cheeks and a dusting of its Natural Finish Pressed Powder imparted a velvety finish.

The Eyes: Incorporating a “classic eye” into the mix, Goodwin blended neutral shades from Chanel’s Quadra Eye Shadow in Prelude across Stone’s lids, lining the upper lash line with a black flick courtesy of Revlon Liquid Liner in Blackest Black. Goodwin then slicked on a few coats of its Grow Luscious Mascara in Blackest Black before filing in Stone’s brows with Chanel’s Sculpting Eye Brow Pencil in Brun Natural.

The Lips: Since joining forces a few years back, statement lips have become a big part of Goodwin and Stone’s face-painting repertoire. Last night was no exception. “The lip was the focal point of the look,” according to Goodwin, who traced Revlon’s Just Kissable Lipstick in Rendezvous, a bright coral, onto Stone’s mouth.

The Result: Pioneering beauty that was 100 percent worth honoring.

Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images

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