Get The Look: Dree Hemingway
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Chanel Le Blanc Brightening Moisturizing Cream ($130)
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Chanel Professional Eyeliner Duo ($45)
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Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray ($39)
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Nars The Multiple ($36)
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Nars Bronzing Powder ($36)
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Vidal Sassoon Pro Series Foaming Air Boost and Lift Mousse ($6)
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Nars Velvet Matte Lip Pencil ($25)
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Tom Ford Foundation Stick ($78)
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Evian Mineral Water Spray ($12)
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Sta-Rite Jumbo Hair Pins ($3)
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E.l.f. Essential Brow Wand ($1)
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“I gave Dree a face massage before starting the makeup to open up the skin and allow the products to really sink in,” says makeup artist Nico Guilis. She used a Chanel face cream--try their Le Blanc Brightening Moisturizing Cream ($130)--followed by a spray of Evian’s Mineral Water Spray ($12) to prep her skin.
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To keep Hemingway’s skin light, Guilis applied Tom Ford’s Foundation Stick ($78) only where the model needed a little coverage: under her eyes, around her nose, and on her cheeks.
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Guilis defined Hemingway’s eyes using a thin brush and Chanel’s Professional Eyeliner Duo ($45) in Noir. “Trace along your top lash line, but don’t flick the ends up,” Guilis says.
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Guilis applied seven to 10 short, individual lashes to each of Hemingway’s eyes, crisscrossing them to create a thick lash. “Glue the lashes to your real lashes--not to your skin,” Guilis says. A coat of Chanel’s Inimitable Intense Mascara ($30) in Noir added definition. For this look try Ardell’s DuraLash Naturals Flare Individual Lashes ($4).
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“A red lip would have been the obvious choice for this look,” says Guilis. “But I wanted something more earthy and sultry.” Her pick? Nars’ Velvet Matte Lip Pencil ($25) in Damned.
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Skervin created a deep side part in Hemingway’s tresses, applied Oribe’s Dry Texturizing Spray ($39) all over, and backcombed her roots. To create a faux bob he sectioned her hair into three parts: the bottom half, top half, and a small section in the front. “Roll the bottom section under and secure with classic bobby pins,” he says. “Smooth the top section with a brush, roll it under the bottom section, and pin.” Loosen and refine the shape with your hands and use U-shaped pins to lock the bob in place--try Sta-Rite’s Jumbo Hair Pins ($3).
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“You want the front section to have a soft wave, not a curl,” says Skervin. He used a 1 1/2–inch iron on the front section of Hemingway’s locks, allowed the curls to cool, then brushed them with a natural bristle brush. Skervin pinned a few waves into the bob, and set her tresses with Vidal Sassoon’s Pro Series Flexible Hold Hairspray ($4).