Get the Look: Amy Adams at the Critic Choice Awards

Hello loves!

Do you love actress Amy Adams? So do it! She’s not only a great actress but a gorgeous woman! On Thursday, January 10 Amy walked the red carpet of the Critics Choice Awards looking absolutely stunning as always!


I did some digging and I discovered that her makeup for the night was done by the amazing makeup artist, Stephen Sollitto. I found out what products he used, most of her look was created using Jouer cosmetics, which is one of my absolute favorite brands! Stephen discusses the products he used as well as how he used them so you can recreate this gorgeous natural look yourself! 827366CE-4AB0-4BBB-AC5B-72D565A8BF1B


“I wanted to make Amy look simple yet polished for her first of many red carpets this season.  First I used Tarte Amazonian Clay Foundation in light on her skin and one shade lighter (Fair) for under her eyes,” explains Stephen. “This foundation has an easy applicable texture to it.  It also makes the skin look beautifully creamy.”

“For Amy’s eyes I kept it simple with Jouer Powder Eyeshadow in Espresso. I applied the shadow all over the lid and dragged out on the outer corners,” says Stephen. “Espresso is a metallic-ky taupe shade that is dark enough, yet neutral enough to make Amy’s eyes stand out without screaming forattention. Under her lashes I used Jouer Powder Eyeshadow in Bordeaux; a faded grape and a beautiful color on the skin. By sweeping a color underneath the eye it widens the eye and they become the focus. I finished with a little black liner at the lash line to make the eyes pop.”

“For Amy’s cheeks I used Jouer Mineral Powder Blush in Rose, a wearable neutral shade.  It was perfect. This blush has been on my favorite list for a while now,” says Stephen. “To finish the look, I used Jouer Moisturizing Lip Gloss in Divine on Amy’s lips.  Divine is a gorgeous, wearable everyday rose-colored neutral. It perfectly tied the look together.”


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