Margot Robbie: actress, bombshell, accomplished bridesmaid and wedding aficionado.
The Wolf of Wall Street actress took on her most important role to date last week: doting bridesmaid.
Robbie, a newlywed herself, served as bridesmaid-cum-floral-clad goddess at her friend Julia Koenig’s wedding in Kauai, Hawaii last Wednesday.
“Going to the chapel,” she captioned a faraway photo of the wedding party, standing outside a forest green church flanked by picturesque palm trees.
Robbie rolled up to the ceremony in a seafoam green satin slip adorned with pastel pink flower print and lace embellishments ($580; mytheresa.com) that she paired with low-heel strappy beige sandals. The bridal party complemented their gowns with flower-plaited crowns of loose braids and a bouquet of white flowers mixed with large decorative leaves.
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The Australian star looked absolutely stunning. To be honest, we wouldn’t want her standing next to us on our wedding day, but to each her own …
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Congrats to the newlyweds!
[MUSIC] Hi, My name is Jenn Streicher, we're here at Striiike. I'm with my sisters Kristy and Ashley, and we're here to recreate some of our favorite red carpet looks for you. I'm going to recreate an eye that I did on Margot Robbie that I really love. Love it. Okay, so to create the metallic shimmer eye look, what's our first step? The first step is always to prime the eye. So, I'm using this eye primer and basically what this does is just create a blank canvas for you to work from. It also helps the eye shadow to last longer and not crease. And the next thing that I'm going to use are these new eye shadow crayons that I'm obsessed with. They create a really nice subtle shimmer, doesn't have glitter in it but it gives like a nice shimmer to the eye. So I'm going to put this over your whole entire lid. This is just like a sand color. Take your ring finger and just blend it out. Then I'm going to take this nice metallicy color and I'm basically gonna apply it close to your lash line and a little above there and then blend away with my finger. Okay. And then again, just kinda tap it in. And I'm also going to use this underneath, so look up. Okay. I'm going to just put it right along your lash line. And just take your ring finger and blend a little bit. And again to the other side. I'm actually going to take a little bit on a brush and do a little blending underneath. Okay. So the next step is I'm gonna do mascara. And we're gonna do a lot of mascara. I love long full lashes. Long full lashes. Yes. So I'm gonna do your bottom lashes first. So to these bottom lashes, I really like to use the tip of the wand. And you just get right in there And kind if go back and firth and it gets a lot of product right onto the lashes. And then I have this trick for the upper lashes, this handy little card that I like using. Okay. So if you just want to look down a little bit. This really gets a lot of product onto the lashes without Getting mascara on your actual eye. That's perfect. Yeah especially for blonds. It allows you to get right up to tha base of the lashes. Look good on this side. Alright and for the next and final step. Something that I often do for red carpet looks is after I put the mascara on and take a little bit of block smudge liner. okay. And deposit that right onto the lash lines. That sounds amazing. And that basically just makes it pop. I like to use an angled brush We're literally just going to set it right onto the lash line from the beginning of the lash to the end of the lash line. We want to get right in there and voila. Oh wow, that's amazing! Real pretty right? [CROSSTALK] Do you feel like Margo Robinson. I feel like Margo Robinson. Thank you. You're welcome.