To compliment Fearne’s dress, I wanted her make up to have the feel of old school glamour with a modern twist.
I made sure Fearne’s skin was heavily hydrated for her evening hosting at the Royal Opera House. As the weather can throw anything at you on BAFTA night and the make up needs to last, the skin needs to be hydrated and prepped.
After a mini facial massage, I applied an eye mask and Murad’s Radiance Peel Mask to freshen the skin, then Melvita’s Rose Mask to hydrate. I then took time moisturising Fearne’s skin using Dr Haushka’s Rose Day cream.
I used Hourglass’s Veil Mineral Primer and its Veil Fluid Foundation was set with Bare Minerals Mineral Veil powder on the T Zone. I then moved onto the focal point of Fearne’s BAFTA make-up – the stunning copper eyeshadow that complemented her metallic gown beautifully.
To help the eye make up last all night, I used Trish McEvoy eye base over the lid then placed Stila’s Metals Foil Finish Eye Shadow in Comex Copper over her lid, into the socket and on the lower lash line. To define the eyes, I smudged Smashbox Waterproof Kohl eyeliner in Sumatra into the lash line.
A generous application of Bare Minerals Lash Domination in Black, Smashbox Brow Tech to Go in Taupe to fill in brows, and Ardell individual lashes finished the eyes.
Because the eyes were quite smokey, I decided to keep Fearne’s cheeks and lips quite soft.
After dusting Fearne’s cheeks with Trish McEvoy’s Natural Rose Blush, I highlighted her cheekbones with the Illuminating Cream Palette.
Lip liner helps lipstick to stay put so I used Smashbox Liner in Fair and Be Legendary Lipstick in Posy Pink, a pretty soft peachy rose colour.