By Rose Walano
Updated Mar 21, 2013 @ 1:00 pm
Breakfast at Tiffany's Emilia Clarke
Credit: AKM-GSI; Courtesy Photo (2)

The stage production of Truman Capote's Breakfast at Tiffany's opened on Broadway last night with Emilia Clarke in the role of Miss Holly Golightly. On stage, she worked a true-to-the-novella '40s face palette (we saw it with our own eyes!), a look designed by makeup artist Sonia Kashuk, who also trained the star in how to do it for the nightly show. "It was more of a very clean, simple face, not so iconic to Audrey," explained Kashuk. "In fact, we really wanted to stay away from that. So I think it pushed it in a new direction, but still very refined and very polished." To create Holly's signature beauty look, she used two pieces from her very own Target collection—the Super Sheer Shimmering Highlighter ($10, and the Couture Eye Palette ($20, "The highlighter gave a little lift and helped contour her face so it would be illuminated," she added. Beautiful!

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