Emma Stone

Miu Miu shut down Fashion Month with a star-studded front row packed with beauty inspiration. It was Emma Stone's red lip and soft waves, courtesy of makeup artist Fulvia Farolfi and hairstylist Jen Atkin, that made us want to revamp our look immediately. So we turned to Stone's beauty team for a step-by-step how-to.Skin
Farolfi prepped Stone's skin with Chanel's Lotion Comfort Silky Soothing Toner ($45) and Sublimage La Crème Texture Fine ($390). After dabbing on a bit of Chanel's Correcteur Perfection Concealer ($40), she used a brush to apply the brand's Vitalumiere Aqua Ultra-Light Skin Perfecting Makeup ($45) in B10. "I used the lightest shade because she's very fair, and then a veil of loose powder," Farolfi said. "Because there was daylight and the Vitalumiere isn't greasy, we used less than usual." To finish, the makeup artist used Chanel's Powder Blush ($43) in Rose Ecrin with "a very small brush so that it's easier not to make mistakes!"

"I used a touch of the taupe from Chanel's Quadra Eyeshadow ($58) in Mystic Eyes all around the eyes," Farolfi said, "meaning the top lid and bottom." After lining the top lash line with Revlon's ColorStay Crème Gel Liner ($10) in Black, she removed it with a small Q-tip. "I didn't want a retro look," she said. "I just wanted the eyelashes to look fuller, so I rubbed it off until it was almost invisible." Post-curling, she coated Stone's top and bottom eyelashes with two coats of Chanel's Le Volume de Chanel Mascara (available next month, but try Chanel Inimitable ($30) in Black).

"I used a liner over the whole lip first," Farolfi said of Stone's bright red. After filling in the shape with Chanel's Precision Lip Liner ($29) in Framboise, she used a brush to apply Revlon's Super Lustrous Lipstick ($8) in Cherry Blossom, blotted with a tissue, and then applied it once more. "I wanted a creamy, almost matte effect," she said. "And it had to be long-lasting!"

Atkin prepped Stone's wet locks with Kesari Indian Oil Hair Serum ($31) on the ends and a lightweight wave spray-- we like Alterna's Summer Hair Ocean Waves Texturizing Spray ($20) -- throughout the hair. After blowing it dry, Atkin used T3's 1-inch Tourmaline Curling Iron ($99) to roll 1.5-inch sections of hair away from the face.

"Hold your iron at a vertical angle," Atkin recommends. "And after you curl everything, run your fingers through the curls to break them up and give them movement." She used a Sonia Kashuk Boar Bristle Brush ($12) to sweep the hair on Stone's right side behind her ear before securing it with bobby pins. Add a spritz of Oribe Superfine Hairspray ($29) across the whole head and voila, French bombshell at its best!
-Britt Aboutaleb