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Emma Stone relishes make-up risks

Published 01/06/2015

Emma Stone
Emma Stone

Emma Stone's make-up artist Rachel Goodwin loves using coral coloured lipstick on the star.

The actress has built up a strong relationship with beauty guru Rachel Goodwin. The pair collaborated for a recent screening of Emma's new film Aloha in London, with the red-headed star looking stunning in a patterned Ulyana Sergeenko dress and Christian Louboutin shoes.

Her make-up was kept fairly neutral, apart from a slick of coral coloured lipstick.

"It's one of my favourite colours on Emma because it works really well with her fair skin and red hair. I wanted her to look glamorous but not overdone, so I only applied one coat to keep it sheer," Rachel told People magazine.

"We have a lot of trust. Often she won't even look. I love that I can say, 'I found this beautiful colour,' and she'll be game to try something new."

The 26-year-old has rocked various haircuts over the years, but currently Emma is wearing her fiery locks in a shoulder length style.

Hairstylist Mara Roszak created her wavy do for the Aloha screening and wanted her to look chic but not over the top.

"We were just in Cannes, where she wore her hair up, so I thought, let's keep it down. It's casual yet still polished. The deep side part and the ear tuck give these effortless waves a formal feel," she explained.

"I'd blown out her hair earlier in the day, so I started by messing it up! I dampened her hair with wave spray and rough-dried it. Then I curled random sections, leaving her ends out for a barely there wave."

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