Get The Look: Claire Danes at the 2013 SAG Awards in Laura Mercier.

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Matin Maulawizada, Global Artistry Director for Laura Mercier, created a bold, fashion-forward look to complement Claire Danes’ dramatic black Givenchy dress.

Look by: Matin Maulawizada, Global Artistry Director for Laura Mercier

STATEMENT LIPS:

  • While she was getting her hair done, Maulawizada applied Laura Mercier Lip Silk ($22) to Danes’ lips to smooth and nourish them.
  • Once her hair was complete, he contoured and shaded the lips using Laura Mercier Lip Pencil in Coffee Bean ($20) followed by Laura Mercier Lip Pencil in Deep Wine ($20).

FLAWLESS FACE:

  • First, Maulawizada prepped Danes’ skin using Laura Mercier Foundation Primer ($32) to create an even canvas and ensure her makeup stayed flawless throughout the evening.
  • Then, he applied Laura Mercier Repair Eye Serum ($80) generously over her cheekbones.
  • Next, Maulawizada applied Laura Mercier Crème Smooth Foundation in Warm Ivory ($50) to lighten Danes’ complexion.
  • On her cheeks, he applied Laura Mercier Crème Cheek Colour in Blaze ($24) followed by Laura Mercier Loose Setting Powder in Translucent ($35) to set the look.

ENCHANTING EYES:

  • Maulawizada defined Danes’ eyes by applying Laura Mercier Tightline Cake Eye Liner in Bleu Marine ($22) to her lash line.
  • Then, he layered a combination of Laura Mercier Metallic Crème Eye Colour in Rose Gold ($22) and Laura Mercier Metallic Crème Eye Colour in Burnished Copper ($22) on her eyelids.
  • Next, he applied Laura Mercier Shimmer Bloc in Golden Mosaic ($38) to further enhance the eyes.
  • Maulawizada added the final touch of glamour by applying multiple coats of Laura Mercier Faux Lash Mascara ($24) to Danes’ upper lashes.

 

All the items used to create Claire’s look are available for purchase at LauraMercier.com


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