We're Not Sure What's More Perfect — the Front or Back of Florence Pugh's BAFTAs Beauty Look
Florence Pugh isn't just an incredible actor, she's been a source of beauty inspiration ever since she hit our screens, and that inspo now includes her look at the 2020 BAFTA Awards.
The actor — who has been nominated for numerous awards this year, including an Oscar — stepped out onto the BAFTA red carpet wearing a vibrant Dries Van Noten gown, but it was her hair and makeup that really took our breath away. Luckily for us, makeup artist Naoko Scintu shared every single detail of how she created Pugh's look on her Instagram feed.
Pugh's look was created using entirely Chantecaille products. Starting with the base makeup, Scintu used Radiance Gel Bronzer (£36) over the entire face and neck, followed by Future Skin Oil Free Gel Foundation (£70), which has a "dream-like texture", according to Scintu. Taking a blending brush, she used circular motions to work the product into the skin, creating a flawless and dewy finish. This was followed by Real Skin Concealer (£57) under the eyes and around the nose. To set her base and ensure it lasted through the entire night, she used Loose Powder (£48) under the eyes and on the T-zone only, to ensure the rest remained dewy-looking. Next, Scintu mixed Cheek Gelee Blush (£39) in "Lively" and "Happy", diffusing the colour outwards for a bespoke, and perfectly flushed hue.
On the eyes, Scintu created a wash of shimmering colour across Pugh's lids using Hummingbird Eye Quartet palette (£55) in "warm" and "cool", before applying a feline-like flick using Le Stylo Ultra Silm Eyeliner (£30) in "Brown". The eyes were finished off with three coats of Faux Cils Black Mascara (£38).
Pugh's beauty look was just as beautiful and incredibly intricate at the back. Hairstylist Peter Lux spared no detail with her sleek updo that twisted, which went from the base of her neck to the crown of her head, with black ribbon threaded throughout.
Ahead, get a closer look at Pugh's stunning beauty look from the 2020 BAFTA Awards. And you can bet we're whipping out our favourite orange-red lipstick tomorrow morning.