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Get the Look: Emma Stone’s Navy Eyeliner

Instyle Daily Beauty Tip: Navy Eyeliner

At the 17th Annual Critics Choice Awards in Los Angeles, Emma Stone’s shimmery blue eyeliner, courtesy of makeup artist Rachel Goodwin, caught our attention. “Navy-lined eyes are an easy way to baby step into the world of color,” Goodwin told us. “I used a metallic blue for a more glamorous effect.” In the same way a chambray shirt and a pair of jeans will work with almost anything, blue eyeliner can be an unexpected neutral in your makeup bag. Goodwin notes that keeping the rest of your makeup low-key will prevent the pop of color from feeling dated.

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I have been hooked on the blue eyeliner look, I opted for a bit brighter shade of blue with Stila’s Bora Bora. Its a beautiful tropical blue color. On top of being a absolutely beautiful color it stays put once it sets it has to be one of my longest wearing eyeliners.

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Emma Stone ditches the blonde!

Emma Stone is one of my favorite actresses right now intelligent, funny and beautiful. Proof  girls you can be famous without acting like a twit and making a sex tape!

I love Emma either way but as cute as she is as a blonde I think she is gorgeous as a redhead. Can’t wait to see her in The Help!

Emma Stone in Glamour Magazine!

I love Emma Stone! In the new issue of Glamour Magazine, the actress opens up in a candid interview!

GLAMOUR: You’re one of Glamour’s new faces of Hollywood. Do you feel like one?

EMMA STONE: [Puts on a mock glamour face and breathes in a sexy voice.] Hell, yeah. [Laughs.] That’s really flattering. I just like to keep working and being able to pay my bills.

GLAMOUR: You got a Golden Globe nomination for Easy A. What were you thinking when that happened?

EMMA STONE: I didn’t expect it at all. And I got to sit next to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie [at the ceremony], so…

GLAMOUR: You did?

EMMA STONE: My mom was with me; she was my date. She was saying things [to them] like, “Do you have kids? Let me tell you something.” I was like, “Mom, you know they have kids. It’s Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. You are aware they have kids.” It was so awesome.

GLAMOUR: Moms can get away with that stuff! What’s the best advice she has given you?

EMMA STONE: Oh, my Lord. She is the greatest person on earth. She always helps me deal with things as they happen instead of planning them all out ahead of time. But that’s one of 600 billion pieces of advice she’s given me. [Laughs.]

GLAMOUR: As the story goes, you wanted to leave high school and move to L.A., and begged your parents with a PowerPoint presentation. You were obviously very driven. Were you also terrified?

EMMA STONE: I had massive anxiety as a child. I was in therapy. From 8 to 10, I was borderline agora-phobic. I could not leave my mom’s side. I don’t really have panic attacks anymore, but I had really bad anxiety. There was a lot of fear, but it was also very exciting.

GLAMOUR: Of all the careers you could have picked, this was the craziest, no?

EMMA STONE: But it got me out of that. It made me feel great. I started doing improv the year after my tough two years. It helped.

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