MIRANDA KERR x LA PRAIRIE x THE MET GALA 2015
Want to achieve Miranda Kerr’s Met Gala Makeup look? We give you the step-by-step how to thanks to La Prairie and celebrity Makeup Artist – Lisa Story.
With the 2015 MET Gala in New York just passed, we have had time to review the fashionably fierce and wonderful gowns adorned by some of the biggest celebrities in the world. But in addition to the haute couture, there are the beautiful make-up trends we also see. With gowns taking centre stage, it seemed that simple was the theme of the night (with the exception of a few bold lips) when it came to the face.
We’re sure you didn’t miss Miranda Kerr’s stunning look in her beaded black and silver Louis Vuitton sheath dress, showing off her unbelievable pins and keeping the hair and make-up simple and sleek.
The beauty femme behind Miranda’s make-up for the night was celebrity makeup artist Lisa Story. Lisa worked directly with Swiss luxury brand, La Prairie to bring Miranda’s look to life. Using their finest products Miranda’s skin just glowed on the red carpet. Now you can achieve her flawless makeup look too…
Read on for how Lisa created Miranda’s La Prairie look:
“I prepped Miranda’s skin with La Prairie Cellular Softening and Balancing Lotion, followed by Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal Dry Oil“
“I started the eye shape with Luxe Eyeliner Automatic in Noir to frame the eye, giving a little kick to the edges to lift the eye. I followed with Cellular Treatment Eye Colour Ensemble in Les Bruns. I gently contoured the eye socket extending the dark shadow out to the edge of the eye, and gently smoking it out for a soft look. I then smudged the lighter shade under the eye to continue the frame and blending it so it faded out with no hard line”
“On the skin I used two shades of Skin Caviar Concealer Foundation SPF 15 in Soleil Peche and then Mocha for contour, to create a perfect and luminous skin. I used the Light Fantastic Cellular Concealing Brightening Eye Treatment pen under the eye and on the balls of the cheeks to highlight and make the eyes pop.”