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Rachel McAdams poses with make-up artist sister for beauty shoot

Published 22/11/2016

Rachel McAdams
Rachel McAdams

Rachel McAdams, Emma Stone and Elle Fanning all took part in the The Hollywood Reporter's 2016 Beauty Issue.

Rachel McAdams' sister and make-up artist Kayleen always has a calming effect on her.

The two siblings posed side by side for The Hollywood Reporter’s annual Beauty Issue, both wearing ethereal peach gowns which perfectly complemented their matching blonde hair.

“Kayleen has a very calming effect on me,” Rachel told the publication. “Spending two hours with her beforehand sets me for the night.”

“I like to know I can help calm you before you go out there because there’s a lot coming at you,” Kayleen replied.

Emma Stone also posed for the issue, sitting alongside make-up artist Rachel Goodwin and hairstylist Mara Roszak in a stunning black and white snap. The trio were also captured for a colour shot, with Rachel straddling a chair while Emma and Mara stood either side of her.

“One of the best parts about working with these ladies is that it is such a collaboration. It sort of feels like each look is a character," Emma smiled.

Elle Fanning was captured alongside her make-up artist Erin Ayanian Monroe. For the first photo the Maleficent star wore a floaty pale blue dress, which bared her chest. The second was a brighter look, comprising a metallic gown and bold turquoise and red eye make-up.

“Elle has an adventurous spirit, so we have a great time coming up with unexpected looks,” Erin shared.

For Elle the partnership works so well because the pair understand one another.

“We get each other. There are moments where we feel like two teenage girls together,” she said.

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