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Can’t keep up with what’s been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.
Pati Dubroff Selling Margot Robbie’s BAFTAs Makeup Look
OK, you may want to bookmark this page because the gang’s all here — every single product used to create Margot Robbie’s flawless, natural beauty look for the 2018 BAFTAs, that is. Makeup artist Pati Dubroff cleverly asked her Instagram followers to vote on which of Robbie’s awards-season looks they wanted to know how to re-create, and the BAFTAs won.
Now you can make yourself up to look like Robbie — for a price. Brace yourselves — the look required a smattering of products: Start with Chanel Vitalumiere Moisture-Rich Radiance Sunscreen Fluid Makeup in 20 Clair, $60, and Chanel Joues Contraste Powder Blush in Pink Explosion, $45. Dubroff instructs, “Use a creamy blush on your fingers on apple of cheeks straight after foundation and let it sit. After rest of face is done, a light dusting of loose powder applied [with a] powder brush, like a whisper for a fan brush.” Clinique Chubby Stick in Super Strawberry, $17.50, and Pixi MultiBalm in Wild Rose, $12, are recommended as swaps.
The eyes have … the most product. “Apply cream shadow across lid to help shadow grab and stay put.” Use Chanel Ombre Premiere Longwear Cream Eyeshadow in Scintillance, $36; Chanel Le Crayon Khol Intense Eye Pencil in Clair, $30; and Le Volume de Chanel Mascara in Noir, $32. Dubroff also used a four-in-one eye-shadow palette by Suqqu, $53, and Viseart Grande Pro Volume 1, $175, which has 30 shadows for a range of skin tones.
For Robbie’s lips, Dubroff used Chanel Rouge Coco Ultra Hydrating Lip Colour in Cecile, $37, and the new Rouge Coco Lip Blush Hydrating Lip and Cheek Sheer Colour in Tender Rose, $30. Expect both shades to become cult favorites — Robbie’s lipstick shade is currently sold out at Nordstrom at The Grove, and Lip Blush in Tender Rose is the shade on Lily-Rose Depp for Rouge Coco Lip Blush ads. Head to Dubroff’s Instagram for more.
Erdem’s Royal Ballet Costumes
London designer Erdem’s highly anticipated costumes for Corybantic Games, Tony Award-winning Christopher Wheeldon’s new work for The Royal Ballet, stunned the crowd on Thursday evening. Female dancers are swathed in black velvet ribbon and sheer micro tulle trimmed to classic midi length. Simple, off-white leotards were embellished with the velvet ribbon using trial and error, Erdem Moralioglu told British Vogue. Based off the buzz on Instagram, it’s safe to say the costumes are a hit.
Blake Lively, Disney Princess
You may recall Blake Lively’s Disney-princess gowns at Cannes in 2016. From her Cinderella-ready Vivienne Westwood dress to her Elsa-ready icy blue Atelier Versace gown, Lively kept social media anticipating her every next look. So it’s no surprise she was beyond thrilled to hang out with a squad of Disney princesses during a recent trip to Disneyland. Lively even made Disney an offer to play the Beast from Beauty and the Beast, which most likely won’t pan out.
But this just ups the cool-factor ante for Disneyland, which recently held its first fashion show in 40 years, a millennial-friendly collaboration between Mickey Mouse and Opening Ceremony. Lively’s a fan of Mickey, too.
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