Get The Look: Michelle Williams at the “OZ The Great and Powerful” London Premiere


Photography courtesy of Burberry

Michelle Williams “OZ The Great and Powerful” London Premiere
February 28, 2013
Look by Sabrina Bedrani for Laura Mercier

Makeup artist Sabrina Bedrani created a “young and fresh” makeup look for Williams, who stars in the upcoming movie, “OZ the Great and Powerful.” Bedrani stated, “My inspiration for the look always comes from the dress. Michelle was wearing a very colorful Burberry peacock feather dress, so I wanted to show some versatility in her makeup.”

EYES: Bedrani created enchanting eyes to complement Williams’ look.

  • Bedrani lined William’s upper and lower lash lines using Laura Mercier Caviar Stick Eye Colour in Smoke ($24).
  • Next, she applied Laura Mercier Caviar Stick Eye Colour in Grey Pearl ($24) to her eyelids to brighten the look.
  • Then, she filled in Williams’ eyebrows using Laura Mercier Eye Brow Pencil in Fair Blonde ($20) and used Laura Mercier Eye Brow Gel ($20) to define their shape.
  • Bedrani added the final touch of glamour by applying two coats of Laura Mercier Faux Lash Mascara ($24) to Williams’ top and bottom lashes.

FLAWLESS FACE: Bedrani kept Williams’ face “fresh and youthful.”

  • First Bedrani applied Laura Mercier Silk Crème Foundation in Cream Ivory ($43) to even out Williams’ complexion.
  • She then used Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage in SC-1 ($30) to conceal imperfections.
  • Bedrani then dusted Laura Mercier Loose Setting Powder ($35) all over her skin to set the look.
  • Next she applied Laura Mercier Second Skin Cheek Colour in Heather Pink ($24) to the star’s cheeks for a healthy glow.

LIPS: A feminine lip to “complement the hue of the dress.”

  • Bedrani “dabbed a little” Laura Mercier Lip Stain in Scarlet ($20) to finish the look.
To learn more about the products used to create Michelle’s look or purchase head over to www.lauramercier.com.

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