February 9th, 2015
Last Night London’s Covent Garden was awash with A List stars for this years’ BAFTA 2015 Film Awards. The dresses were designer, the jewels to die for, but it was the make-up and hair that Warpaint was most interested in, here we round up of our favourite 15…..
Julianne was very much the Lady in Red in her Tom Ford dress and her titan hair. Manicurist Glenis Baptiste took the red theme a step further by applying a blackened crimson Rouge Noir to Julianne’s nail. Her porcelain skin was match perfect with a brick red lip and subtle eye applied by Emma Lovell.
Reese was most regal in her purple Stella McCartney The stylist behind her shiny tresses was George Northwood, who stuck to Reese’s signature look. Make-up was sunkissed with a hint of a tan courtesy of Molly Stern.
Mary Greenwell was responsible for Felicity’s glowing, barely there make-up with a smokey eyed twist. Her dress was vintage Dior dark top, pastel skirt and her make-up perfectly reflected this. Her hair was coiffured by Leigh Keates, a stylish up do for true red carpet impact.
Noomi chose Elie Saab to encapsulate her unique style. Her red lips and bold liner was courtesy of Kay Montano, who used lashings of Lancôme’s Hypnose mascara to make Noomi’s eyes pop. Hair by Lyndell Mansfield set the look off perfectly.
Make-up artist Mary Wiles applied a soft, hazy version of traditional Hollywood glamour to Lea. Her lips, which were coated in Lancôme’s Rouge in Love lipstick 110, were rightly the focal point of her face. Her gown in on-trend yellow was from Prada and her hair was vintage Hollywood thanks to Alexandrine Piel.
A far cry from her tumbling 80’s curls from American Hustle, hair stylist Ken O’Rourke dried Amy’s hair straight. Her smoky eyes offset her minimalist Lanvin white dress perfectly.
Looking blooming and beautiful at 6 months pregnant, Christophe Danchaud simply enhanced Keira’s natural glow and added definition to her already chiselled cheekbones. Teaming her Giambattista Valli gown with a leather biker jacket, made her the coolest mum-to-be on the carpet.
The ever-stunning Rosamund in a classic Roland Mouret black gown, added a wave to her blunt bob thanks to stylist Sophy Chevalier. UK colour artist for Cliniqiue Florrie White was responsible for her beachy look with healthy, glowing skin and a black, diffused eye.
Kristin Scott Thomas
Make-up artist Maya Rikner made-up Kristin with Lancôme’s Le Contour Pro 111 and Blush Subtil 03, to bring her beautiful face to life. Ms Scott Thomas wore a William Vintage Gown for her stint on the red carpet.
Game of Thrones beauty Natalie Dormer, stunned in a Sophie Kah black and navy gown accessorised with some amazing lace gloves. Her make-up was smoking thanks to make up artist Celia Burton.
Ripper Street was a million miles from MyAnna’s look as she too went for Navy blue and matched her eyes to her gown thanks to Lancome.
Holliday skipped down the carpet in Antonio Berardi looking every inch the Hollywood starlet. Make-up by Isobel Kennedy, Hair by Roi at George Northwood, we particularly love the matte red lip against her porcelain skin.
Very pretty in palest violet from Prada, Gugu was one of the few to sport a pink lip colour. Make-up by Tania Grier and hair by Tracie Cant, Gugu reminded us Spring is just around the corner.
Mrs Tom Hardy looked stunning in her Antonio Berardi dress, her dark tresses courtesy of Lotte at George Northwood and make-up deep, dark and rich.
Mrs Sam McCaflin, Laura Haddock stunned on the red carpet in her Cinderella-eque tulle gown by Ashi Studio, hair reminiscent of Princess Grace thanks to Trevor Sorbie, the Guardians of the Galaxy actress relied on Lancome for her make-up.