Angelina Jolie turned heads at this year’s SAG awards with her billowy vintage Hermes gown from N.Y.C’s Rare Vintage. Makeup artist Mary Burton played up the ’60s/’70s vintage feel of the dress by keeping the makeup natural. Since Angelia doesn’t like too much color on her face, Burton used Chanel’s Pro Lumiere foundation, $52 — mixing several shades to match her skin. She applied Laura Mercier powder blush, $22, as an orange-y tint for her cheekbones. For her eyes, Burton used Shiseido’s Hydro-Powder Eye Shadow, $25, for a light, creamy color on her lid and under her eyebrow. She lined her lid with a liquid eyeliner from Lancome, $28. Burton used two mascaras from Lancome — one to lengthen, $24, and one to volumize, $24. The lips were kept neutral using Cargo’s beige high-definition lipgloss compact, $29.
It was Angelina’s aura that inspired hairstylist David Babaii to create the loose ‘do. Using his own beach spray, Babaii was able to achieve instant volume and texture. He created eight barrel curls by sectioning the hair into four with a big curling iron and sprayed a little beach spray on the roots without any blow drying. The curls were clipped and then he teased the roots a bit. Once dried, he took it out and it was done. “I was just like, shake it out, let’s go,” says Babaii. For a similar look try this Tousled Wave Spray, $23, from Frederic Fekkai at sephora.com.