Farolfi prepped Stone's skin with Chanel's Lotion Comfort Silky Soothing Toner ($45) and Sublimage La Crème Texture Fine ($390). After dabbing on a bit of Chanel's Correcteur Perfection Concealer ($40), she used a brush to apply the brand's Vitalumiere Aqua Ultra-Light Skin Perfecting Makeup ($45) in B10. "I used the lightest shade because she's very fair, and then a veil of loose powder," Farolfi said. "Because there was daylight and the Vitalumiere isn't greasy, we used less than usual." To finish, the makeup artist used Chanel's Powder Blush ($43) in Rose Ecrin with "a very small brush so that it's easier not to make mistakes!"
"I used a touch of the taupe from Chanel's Quadra Eyeshadow ($58) in Mystic Eyes all around the eyes," Farolfi said, "meaning the top lid and bottom." After lining the top lash line with Revlon's ColorStay Crème Gel Liner ($10) in Black, she removed it with a small Q-tip. "I didn't want a retro look," she said. "I just wanted the eyelashes to look fuller, so I rubbed it off until it was almost invisible." Post-curling, she coated Stone's top and bottom eyelashes with two coats of Chanel's Le Volume de Chanel Mascara (available next month, but try Chanel Inimitable ($30) in Black).
"I used a liner over the whole lip first," Farolfi said of Stone's bright red. After filling in the shape with Chanel's Precision Lip Liner ($29) in Framboise, she used a brush to apply Revlon's Super Lustrous Lipstick ($8) in Cherry Blossom, blotted with a tissue, and then applied it once more. "I wanted a creamy, almost matte effect," she said. "And it had to be long-lasting!"
Atkin prepped Stone's wet locks with Kesari Indian Oil Hair Serum ($31) on the ends and a lightweight wave spray-- we like Alterna's Summer Hair Ocean Waves Texturizing Spray ($20) -- throughout the hair. After blowing it dry, Atkin used T3's 1-inch Tourmaline Curling Iron ($99) to roll 1.5-inch sections of hair away from the face.
"Hold your iron at a vertical angle," Atkin recommends. "And after you curl everything, run your fingers through the curls to break them up and give them movement." She used a Sonia Kashuk Boar Bristle Brush ($12) to sweep the hair on Stone's right side behind her ear before securing it with bobby pins. Add a spritz of Oribe Superfine Hairspray ($29) across the whole head and voila, French bombshell at its best!