Your Guide To Stealing Allison Williams' Peachy Glow

Your Guide To Stealing Allison Williams' Peachy Glow
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Allison Williams was just peachy on this year’s Met Gala red carpet—or rather, her complexion was. “I was inspired by the beautiful coral color of her gown,” says makeup artist Julie Harris. The product she used for Williams’ summery glow? None other than Nars’ Blush ($30) in Love, a warm pink shade with just a hint of shimmer.

To create a flawless base for Williams’ look, she applied Dior’s Capture Totale Foundation ($82) in 021 Linen with a light touch. Then, onto the eyes—to create a perfectly-blended smoky eye, Harris reached for none other than Urban Decay’s much-loved original Naked Palette ($54). “I decided to bring out her gorgeous blue eyes with [the palette], highlighting with warm peachy [and] pink tones,” she said. To add dimension, she used Lancôme’s Color Design Eye Shadow ($20) in Burnt Sand in the crease and outer corners of Williams’ eyes. Finally, Harris finished with Nars’ Final Cut Satin Lip Pencil ($25) in Descanso, a neutral shade with a slight sheen to “compliment her skin and the color of her gown.” The final look is fresh, understated, and elegant, much like Williams herself. 

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Blush in Love

Blush in Love

Nars, $30
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Capture Totale Foundation

Capture Totale Foundation

Dior, $82
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Naked Palette

Naked Palette

Urban Decay, $54
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Color Design Eye Shadow in Burnt Sand

Color Design Eye Shadow in Burnt Sand

Lancôme, $20
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Final Cut Satin Lip Pencil

Final Cut Satin Lip Pencil

Nars, $25
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