Emma Stone’s pink Thakoon crop top and skirt were a fresh, modern take on last night’s white tie affair at the Met. Her tresses and makeup looked fresh off of the spring 2014 runways with an emphasis on texture that would be perfect for any summer soiree. We turned to Mara Roszak and Rachel Goodwin to give us the scoop on getting the look at home:
Roszak pumped up the volume by spritzing Stone’s damp roots with L’Oreal Paris Advanced Hairstyle Boost It High Lift Creation Spray and the Advanced Hairstyle TXT It Tousle Waves Spray from mid-lengths to ends. She then roughly dried the hair away from the face, building texture as she went before teasing the crown for height and backcombing throughout. She then created a woven side braid that moved from left to right, securing it with a hair elastic and allowing pieces to fall out loosely around her face. She sealed the style with a blast of the Elnett Hairspray Extra Strong Hold Volume to ensure her look lasted throughout the night.
For Stone’s sunkissed look, Goodwin started with glowing skin by layering Chanel Le Jour de Chanel under the brand’s Perfection Lumiere Velvet Smooth-Effect Makeup and a dusting of Revlon’s PhotoReady Skinlights Face Illuminator in Peach Light to warm up her face. She then made the star’s eyes shine with Chanel’s Illusion D’Ombre Long Wear Luminous Eyeshadow in Illusiore and New Moon with a bolt of Revlon’s ColorStay Eyeliner in Topaz for good measure. She filled in the brows before swiping on a few coats of the Bold Lacquer Mascara. For the lips, Goodwin layered the ColorBurst Balm Stain in Cherish over Chanel’s Aqua Crayon Lip Color Stick in Rosewood. Even her nails had a high shine with a layer of Revlon’s Nail Enamel in Diamond Texture.