AFF-USA; Courtesy Revlon (2), Barneys New York, and Aura Cacia
When Emma Stone arrived at Sunday’s Golden Globes, all eyes were on her dramatic two-toned Lanvin gown; upon closer inspection, however, it was the star’s radiant skin that stole the show.
Maintaining that flawless complexion doesn’t come easy: “Not to brag,” she jokes to Style.com, “but I have a lot of allergies.” That’s why Stone relies on Aura Cacia’s $ 14.49 natural grapeseed oil as moisturizer (bottom right). “After the shower, I pat it on, and then I’ll use it throughout the day and at night. I pretty much smell like grape all the time.”
But while her skin seeks moisture, Stone’s famous red strands are oil adverse. “I need a lot of moisture for my skin, but not for my hair,” she explains. “I have the opposite problem with my scalp as I do my face.” To keep her “baby-fine” strands light and shiny, she opts for Davines $ 26.00 “Nounou” conditioner (bottom left).
Once she’s tended to the basics, the Revlon spokesmodel relies on the brand’s affordable finds for bright eyes and nails. “This mascara changed it all for me,” she gushes of Revlon’s $ 7.99 “Grow Luscious” mascara (top right). And when it comes to polish, she avoids chips with $ 7.99 ColorStay enamel in “super-bright” shades (top left).
Talk about nailing it!
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