BY DONNA FREYDKIN
On BBC America's "Orphan Black," Tatiana Maslany takes on the identity of one of her clones. She winds up playing multiple characters, something that has dazzled critics and earned her an Emmy nomination. And she's returning for a fourth season next year.
Maslany was out on Sunday promoting the show. And while brisk fall weather has hit Manhattan, she looked dewy and radiant. Our skin, meanwhile, could use some weather-related assistance. We had to ask her makeup artist Nick Barose: How did he do it?
First, he repped Maslany's skin with Sisley Express Flower Gel mask. "Massage it in thoroughly and let it absorb for five minutes," says Barose. " Then I take tissues and blot away excess so it leaves supple texture."
He used liquid foundation on Maslany. And for "extra-added glow, mist your face with water to set the texture so skin looks fresh. We used Sisley Botanical Floral Spray Mist."
As for her scarlet lips, "A touch of sheer berry on lips will instantly add freshness to face especially in the cold, with Sisley Phyto-Lip Twist in Raspberry."