The Base: “Primer, foundation, concealer, and setting powder are the base of any look,” says Genatossio, who likes to fill out brows with a powderlike taupe pencil from her own cosmetics line.
Hair: Le started by parting the hair to the side and setting sections in rollers. He then spritzed the curls with a glossing spray before brushing them out to create soft, vintage waves. • Get the Look: Oribe Shine Light Reflecting Spray, $39, G2O Spa + Salon.
Eyes: Genatossio applied a shimmery liquid eye shadow to the lids, followed by cake eyeliner (a solid, dry formula that turns into a paste when activated with water) along the lash line. “It’s the only way to achieve a bright, open look,” she says. For a soft contour, she added a peachy “baked” blush in the crease of the lid. The last step? Waterproof mascara, of course. • Get the Look: Laura Mercier Tightline cake eyeliner in “Black Ebony,” $24, Sephora.
Cheeks: The same baked blush, coupled with a luminizer on the bridge of the nose and the top of the cheekbones, gave the face a delicate flush. • Get the Look: Mineralize blush in “New Romance,” $27, MAC.
Lips: For a sheer, ethereal effect, Genatossio applied a long-wearing gel liner all over the lips, then added shine with a lighter gloss. • Get the Look: Charlotte Tilbury Lip Lustre lip lacquer in “Blondie,” $22, Nordstrom.
Hair: Leaving one strand out to frame the face, Le swept the waves into a side ponytail, divided it into two sections, and backcombed for volume. He then applied a hairnet, creating pleats with bobby pins for a sculptural look. • Get the Look: Kérastase Laque Couture hairspray, $32, G2O Spa + Salon.
Eyes: To build on the daytime makeup, Genatossio brushed bronzer into the crease of the lid, sweeping the blending brush back and forth “like a windshield wiper.” A layer of gel-based eyeliner on the upper and lower lash lines, enhanced with a smudge of dark eye shadow and false lashes, produced a smoky, sultry nighttime look. • Get the Look: Ardell individual black lashes, $4 per package, Ulta Beauty.
Cheeks: “Adding bronzer to already luminized skin in a ‘three’ shape—top of the forehead, under the cheekbone, and down the jaw line— creates a deeper contour,” Genatossio says. • Get the Look: Lorac Tantalizer baked bronzer in “Matte Tan,” $33, Ulta Beauty.
Lips: With the same long-wearing gel lip liner as the base, Genatossio pumped up the pout with a vibrant, plummy lipstick, followed by a coat of gloss. • Get the Look: Tom Ford Beauty matte lip color in “Plum Lush,” $50, Neiman Marcus.
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