Belfast Telegraph

Friday 31 October 2014

Emma Stone careful about beauty products

Emma Stone

Emma Stone has to be careful to use natural oils on her face as she is allergic to "everything".

The actress has to be careful choosing beauty products as a result of her hyper sensitive skin.

The fair haired star is the face of Revlon cosmetics, and says while she uses natural products on her face, she loves layering up mascara to accentuate her eyes.

“I’m allergic to everything so I just use extra virgin olive oil on my skin because I know it won’t cause a reaction. At night, I take off my make-up with coconut oil. And I always have Josie Maran Argan Oil with me. That was a game changer. I think my make-up artist, Rachel Goodwin, first introduced me to it and I love it," Emma revealed to US Vogue magazine.

“[I always have with me a] mascara and concealer, because I always have a few spots to cover up. I have a Make Up For Ever concealer that I think is really great. The Revlon [Lash Potion] mascara is what I use every day. It’s not a light and feathery kind of thing. It’s intense, which I like.”

Emma always looks flawless on the red carpet and insists this is down to having a team of helpers. As well as entrusting her beauty regime before an event to three groomers, Emma relies on her friendship with fashion designer Alber Elbaz to ensure she is always on trend.

“Rachel for make-up and Mara Roszak for hair. I talk about the look with my stylist Petra [Flannery] first and then she sometimes sends them pictures of what I’m wearing. We’ve been working together for so long that I really trust them," she admitted. "[I'll wear something by] Chanel. And always Lanvin. Also, having met Alber [Elbaz] he’s just a genius. I don’t think he’s ever designed something I didn’t like. He really loves women and making them feel their best. We went to the Met Ball last year together. It was incredible.”

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