At the premiere of Gangster Squad, Stone's fresh blunt fringe revealed retro-inspired makeup. "Her dress and statement necklace channeled the late '70s and early '80s when women were unabashedly okay with lots of jewelry and makeup," makeup artist Rachel Goodwin told InStyle.com. "We looked to Dynasty's Crystal Carrington and Michelle Pfeiffer in Scarfacetwo really sexy women of that era who were unapologetic with hair, makeup, and clothes." To start, Goodwin used Revlon's eyeliner in Sueded Brown all over Stone's lids as a base, then blended the rich emerald green from the Primer + Shadow Palette in Pop Art on top. Rather than a pale lip, she finished Stone's makeup with an airy gloss. "A nude lip just didn't seem right and felt too 'done.'" said Goodwin, who used Revlon's Just Bitten Stain in Rendezvous.
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