Rachel Weisz's makeup artist dishes on her swoon-worthy beauty secrets
Rachel Weisz was all dewy and glowing at the New York Film Festival.
So we talked to her glam guru, Nick Barose, to get her red carpet secrets.
"Rachel is so sweet and a dream to work with," says Barose, who loves her full brows and cheekbones. "I wanted to do a fresh autumn look with a touch of '60s eyes and romantic cheeks and lips to compliment her beautiful alabaster skin," says Barose.
He prepped her skin by massaging Sisley's Express Flower Gel "all over to enhance the glow. After it absorbed I blot it with tissue and even out the skin with sheer Sisley Phyto Foundation."
Blush is back for fall, says Barose, so for Weisz, he used Lancome's Blush Subtil Creme in Brise Rosee.
The actress has a gorgeous pucker, which Barose enhanced with a wine-stained lip color, courtesy of Sisley Phyto Liptwist in Raspberry.
His tip: "Opt for dark tone lip tint that has the consistency of lip balm so you get the gentle sheen. Gently tap it on the lips, blot and blur around the edges with cotton swabs, layer for intensity if you want more pop, It's the easiest, freshest way to wear color and keep it simple."
As for her eyes, Barose also wanted them to have a bit of that '60s vibe and attribute. To that end, he lined her orbs with black eyeliner pencil on the upper lash lines, and followed that up with Sisley Phyto EyeTwist in Havana and two coats of mascara, on both top and bottom, by using Sisley So Intense mascara in black.
Key products used:
Sisley Express Flower Gel
Lancome Blush Subtil Creme in Brise Rosee
Sisley Phyto Lip Twist in Raspberry
Sisley Phyto Eye Twist in Havana