Beauty Looks from The Dark Knight Rises Premiere
Beauty Looks From the Dark Knight Rises Premiere
Learn How to Get Three Hot Looks From the World Premiere of the Dark Knight Rises
Anne Hathaway looked very statuesque in a gown that embraced several trends all in one dress (peplum, sequins and white). Her hair which had been shorn for her role in Les Miserables has grown out into an adorable pixie cut that she keeps looking sleek. To get a similar look, add a nickel-sized amount of anti-frizz serum to keep piecey locks looking shiny.
Her coral-brown lip color was a good match for a golden peach cheek stain, which kept her look polished and pretty. But, as always, it was her flawless skin tone that really made her glow. To duplicate, start with a healthy amount of moisturizer and use a good primer to keep the makeup seamless. A subtle shade of stain can be used for both cheeks and eyes as used on Anne. Finish with a bold eyeliner and mascara in pure black to really make eyes pop against porcelain skin.
Marion Cotillard showed off some killer calves in a short, white dress with a full, flouncy skirt and tight bodice. Paired with strappy silver heels, she looked fresh and flirty. Her chestnut locks were pulled back into a low updo away from her face showing off her bolder makeup. By using a reddish eye shadow, she was able to add in some color and edge to an otherwise simple look. Although, her pink-beige lip color slightly clashes with the rest of the makeup, the whole look together seemed to still work for the red carpet.
Juno Temple looked sweet in simple black. Her hair pulled up into this season's chic, easy 'do of the moment - the topknot - was the perfect choice to pair with her chunky, geometric earrings. By applying a cream base and rose-hued blush, she kept her makeup and hair to a low-maintenance look. She did add some boldness with her well-groomed brows and slight winged look for eyeliner. A darker pink for her lips added a touch of makeup drama creating a balanced head-to-toe look.