Chloe Grace Moretz

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Chloe Grace Moretz stunned on the red carpet last night at the Carrie premiere in a sophisticated moss green gown by Valentino featuring a sheer lace overlay paired with delicate gold rings and edgy taupe nail polish.

To complete her enchanting look, the star had her hair styled in a low, loose ponytail and kept her makeup soft and effortlessly polished.

We tapped her makeup artist, Mai Quynh, to get the scoop on the step-by-step process on the natural beauty look. 

"Chloë's gown was really soft and kind of bohemian, so we wanted to keep the look really young and fresh," Quynh said of her inspiration.

Here's how to get the look:

Prep the Skin. "I like to start off my makeup ritual by using Talika Eye Decompress. I applied the decompress over Chloë's eyes for 10 minutes while her hair was being prepped. This allowed enough time for them to soak in and soothe the skin around the eyes," she explained. "Then, I dispensed three to four drops of Talika Huile Vitale into my palm and patted it onto her face to moisturize the skin. I used Talika Cream Booster to massage the Huile Vitale into her skin. This device helps any skin care product penetrate deeper and work more efficiently so her skin stays hydrated."

Create a Flawless Foundation. "I applied Diorskin Nude Skin-Glowing Makeup SPF 15 in Crème 011, using a foundation brush. I added concealer under her eyes and wherever needed, then set her face with a sheer loose powder, brushing it on her forehead, cheeks and chin."

Add a Pop of Color. "For Chloë's cheeks, I swept Chanel Joues Contraste Powder Blush in 68 Rose Ecrin. I applied the color to the apples of her cheeks, blending it outward towards her ears," Quynh explained.

Add Drama. "For her eyes, I first curled her lashes with Talika Heated Eyelash Curler. I love this eyelash curler because the heating feature guarantees that the lashes will stay curled, even after applying mascara. I applied a shimmery bone eye shadow to her lids, then a soft bronze eye shadow to her outer lid, blending it into her crease. "

"Then I layered a dark bronze shadow on top of the soft bronze shade for dimension. I smudged the dark bronze along her top lash line and soft bronze along her bottom lash line for extra definition. Next, I primed and coated her lashes with Talika Lipocils & Black to lengthen the lashes and make them thicker. Once the treatment dried, I applied two coats of the lengthening and volumizing black mascara. Then, I applied Talika Eyebrow Lipocils to groom her brows and add a little luster to them."

Finish with a Pretty Pout. "Lastly, for her lips, I applied a soft peachy lip stain," Quynh told us.


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