Sunday, February 27, 2011

Natalie Portman 2011 Oscars Makeup & Hair

Natalie Portman 2011 Oscars Makeup & Hair
 Natalie Portman graced the red carpet of the 2011 Oscars wearing a off-the-shoulder, purple gown. 
She wore heels similar to the color of her gown as well as tassel-like earrings in the same marooned purple color and a small and chic silver bracelet and ring.


The Black Swan star's aubergine gown was paired coral gloss and shimmering golden purple eyeshadow. For a pop of color, she used a peachy blush for her cheeks. Her hair was styled to the side with wavy curls.  

 Products Used for Natalie's Oscar Look
  • Skin: Dior Capture Totale One Essential, Diorskin Nude Natural Glow Foundation #020 and #030, Diorskin Nude Hydrating Concealer #002
  • Eyes: Dior 1-Colour Eyeshadow in #546 Gold Touch, Dior 2-Colour Eyeshadow in Purple Look #885, Dior 5-Colour Eyeshadow in Extase Pinks #804, Diorshow Waterproof Mascara in Black, Diorshow Iconic Mascara in Navy Blue.
  • Lips: Dior Addict Lipstick #623 Infamous Pink, Dior Addict Ultra-Gloss in Apricot Cloche #436.
  • Cheeks: DiorBlush in Peechy Keen #553.




How-To Natalie's Oscar Hair
Apply an anti-frizz product and volumizer before blow-drying the hair smooth using a round brush. Curl the hair using a 1” curling iron to create soft and feminine waves. Next, create a foundation for the style by backcombing the bottom layers of the hair. Sweep the hair to the left side and secure with bobby pins. For a finishing touch Didier used one of Natalie’s earrings as a shimmery accent piece. Secure the look with a finishing hairspray.


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