9 posts tagged "Emmy Rossum"
We recently pointed out women who are bringing nail art to the forefront after a runway season full of nudes, and it appears that Emmy Rossum is joining the list of supporters. Always daring with her beauty choices, she made the most of her moons by painting them with evil eyes for a Jimmy Choo party earlier this spring, and at last night’s fete celebrating the Uber and American Express partnership, she opted for a tweed design to offset her houndstooth Monique Lhuillier dress. Manicurist Katie Jane Hughes created the “fun yet grown-up” pattern by basing fingertips with Butter London Nail Foundation, followed by two thin coats of Trallop (an opaque caramel). Using Fash Pack (a taupe-y mushroom), Union Jack Black, Bobby Dazzler (a shimmery platinum), and Wallis (a metallic olive-gold), she crosshatched the colors with a striping brush. “By [painting] through wet lacquer, you get a more textured effect,” she noted. A matte topcoat was used to seal the design before West End Wonderland (a glittery gold polish) was employed to add a hint of sparkle to the sophisticated plaid.
Between film premieres, parties, and celeb-studded events around the globe, this week was full of memorable hair and makeup looks (including Isabel Lucas’ underliner and Emma Roberts’ soft waves). Here, we recap five more of our favorite beauty moves.
Camilla Belle; Carolina Herera Celebrates Her Archive Collection; Beverly Hills, CA
While there was nary a bold lip in sight on the Fall ’14 runways (with the exception of Rihanna in the front row), the celeb set is still feeling a statement pout. Camilla Belle opted for an icy pastel hue, similar to the shades spotted at Prabal Gurung’s Spring ’14 show.
Emma Roberts; Palo Alto Premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival; New York, NY
We caught up with Roberts earlier this week to check out her pre-gala beauty routine. Last night, she wowed us again with super-sleek strands and a classic crimson mouth.
Emmy Rossum; Carolina Herera Celebrates Her Archive Collection; Beverly Hills, CA
Rossum always nails it with new beauty trends, but we love this ultra-feminine look. You just can’t go wrong with girly pink lips and a glossy blow-out.
Emma Stone; The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Premiere; New York, NY
We’re quickly becoming lip gloss converts. Stones’ strawberry pout looked fresh (not sticky) with a slightly-smoky eye.
Solange Knowles; Q&Q Launch Event; New York, NY
We love an unexpected color combo: Knowles expertly teamed her lemon-yellow Christopher Kane sweatshirt and skirt with bright fuschia lips. (Get the look with Chanel Rouge Allure Velvet Lip Colour in La Diva.)
Last night’s launch party for Choo.08 (a line of more practical, sporty footwear from Jimmy Choo) in Beverly Hills celebrated accessories, but there were also plenty of covetable beauty looks on display. Similar to shoe shopping, it’s hard to single out just one hairstyle or makeup move and label it my favorite, so I thought I’d feature all of the standout moments (like Solange Knowles’ tangerine liner, Sandra Choi’s buzzed crop, and Emmy Rossum’s inky eyes and inventive nail art) from the evening’s fete: Click here to see the slideshow.
A bold blazer and an even bolder lid look on Solange Knowles.
Make the most of your moons with evil eyes like Emmy Rossum.
…or try metallic navy shadow in lieu of basic black.
Sandra Choi shows off her ear cuff with an undercut.
The ladies who lunched with Louboutin today (like Emmy Rossum and Alessandra Ambrosio) broke out the flower crowns early—after all, there are still two weeks until Coachella. Blooms aside, Rossum once again proved that purple—no matter where you wear it—paired with berry lips makes for a stunning spring combo. Either the Shameless actress is following Dita Von Teese on Instagram for beauty inspiration or she’s reading Style.com, but judging by our recent interview, we’re just going to assume it’s the latter.
“I went through all the stages of grief…first you have disbelief, then you have hysterical upset, then you have anger, and then you have acceptance. And that was kind of what happened to me, in a three-minute period after I realized that I actually cut my own bangs.”
In an attempt to fit herself with faux fringe, Rossum’s harmless DIY experiment quickly turned into disaster. “It wasn’t like, Oh, that’s a wispy, cute piece. It was like, Oh, that’s a serious mistake,” she said of the three-inch-deep cut she made into her own hair. “It wasn’t anything that could be feathered in lightly,” she quipped. Above, we pay homage to Rossum’s growing pains with a scene from the season finale of Girls. What can we say, snips happen.