"Makeup today is all about plumped, glowing skin," says makeup artist Mary Greenwell, so she prepped Collins' face with Chanel's Hydramax + Active Nutrition Cream ($80) and used her fingers to smooth on Laura Mercier's Oil-Free Supreme Foundation ($42) in Porcelain Ivory. She swept Dior's Skinflash Radiance Booster Pen ($37) under the actress' eyes and used Tom Ford's Shade and Illuminate ($75) instead of blush. "Apply the highlighter on the brow bone and the temples, and lightly contour under the cheekbones," she says. "There is only one area where shine is unacceptable--under the eyes." So she dusted on Dior's Diorskin Forever Pressed Powder ($42) in Light 001.
Greenwell began by applying Armani's Eyes to Kill Intense Waterproof Eyeshadow ($32) in Rose Titanium on Collins' eyelids. For a deep gray outline she used Estee Lauder's Pure Color Eyeshadow ($20) in Black Crystals--"black will blend into a gray color, but stay dark"--and pressed the shadow into the lash line, winging it up and out. Greenwell loaded Collins' lashes with Tom Ford's Extreme Mascara ($42), but didn't do much to her already perfect brows: "I used the darkest shade in Chanel's Perfect Brows ($65) in Brun to extend them out, but not fill them in."
Greenwell lined Collins' lips with Laura Mercier's Lip Pencil ($20) in Red Chocolate before applying Tom Ford's Lip Color ($48) in Black Orchid directly from the tube.
Hairstylist Lisa Eastwood wanted to create "grunge-inspired '90s hair," so she layered Shu Uemura's Liquid Fabric ($38) and Tasai Cream ($38) into Collins' damp hair. "The trick is in how you blow-dry," Eastwood says. "Use high heat on a low speed and dry with your fingers for a raggy look." Eastwood then created a side part, tucked the hair behind one ear, and set with a heavy amount of L'Oreal's Elnett Hairspray ($13). "It's a carefree look, so it's important not to over-style the hair," she says. And there you have it! Everything you need to score the fancy goth look--moody attitude not included.
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