The Tony Awards wrapped up in New York on Sunday night and Couturing has rounded up our top four beauty looks that debuted on the red carpet. Celebrities were out in full glamour with colourful hues, wavy locks and shimmery smokey eyes taking centre stage. Read on as we find out the products used to create some of Hollywoods broadway royalty.
Handpicked by Vogue’s Editor-in-chief Anna Wintour to attend the prestigious theatre awards, Kendall Jenner turned heads in all her glory, walking the red carpet so effortlessly with a fresh, natural look. The Estee Lauder spokesmodel used peachy hues to compliment her youthful outfit, matching the salmon Calvin Klein mini.
Celebrity makeup artist Gina Brooks created the subtle smokey eye using Estee Lauder’s Pure Color Envy Sculpting EyeShadow 5-Color palette in Fiery Saffron. Colouring the rim of the eyes with Double Wear Stay-in-Place Eyeliner in Onyx, Brooks finished the eyes with Little Black Primer for extra drama lashes. Brushing the brows up and tucking into place with gel, the makeup guru used a soft coverage base and added Pure Color Blush in Sensuous Rose for a flush on her cheeks. She used Pure Color Envy Sculpting Shine Lipstick in Heavenly on Kendall’s lips.
Tarek Makki styled Jenner’s hair using Oribe’s Dry Texturizing Spray for super shiny locks. Parted in the center, the model flaunted long waves and loosely placed strands at the front.
Debuting her fresh, shorter locks, Jennifer Lopez tops our list for best beauty look at the 2015 Tony Awards. Oribe partnered up with the star to create a retro glam hairdo. Pulling the hair back from one side and side swept bangs, the hair was flicked inwards to mimmick old Hollywood glam. You can easily fake this look with longer hair by curling and pinning hair under. To get JLo’s shine, get the Oribe Shine Light Reflecting Spray. This promises to tame frizz and flyaways making your hair runway ready.
Celebrity makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic recreated the trend of the season applying rose gold shadows and mauve tones for a smokey eye look. For larger-appearing eyes, Mario used white liner on the bottom waterline and mink lashes for extra glam. Her skin was sheen and beautifully contoured with soft blushes and highlighter under the eyes. Completing the look with a deep red lip, JLo reigned the red carpet.
Australian actress Rose Byrne looked every bit elegant, gracing the Tony Awards for her play You Can’t Take It With You. With the most seamless ombre locks we have seen, Byrne kept it simple with a classic wavy lob. To recreate the tousled locks, use a small round brush and blow dry sections of hair away from your face. Use a 3/4-inch curling iron and wrap 1-inch sections of hair from mid-shafts to ends (leave the roots straight). Once complete, tousle your hair with your hands to break up the curls and brush out using a large paddle brush. Keep brushing the curls out until you are happy with the formation of waves.
Model of the moment Bella Hadid’s fresh-faced beauty stole the show at the Tony Awards in New York. Bella kept her style fashion-forward, with slicked-back hair and makeup filled with neutral-hues. New York based makeup artist Nina Park created the look using Chanel cosmetics. We had some major highlighter envy when she walked the red carpet, beaming off lights from flashing cameras and showing off her beautifully sculpted face. A slight contour was worked in the crease of the eyes and blended out to the temples, elongating the model’s eyes. A soft nude lip finished the barely-there makeup and secured Bella’s position as a top beauty look from Sunday nights’ event.