Emma Stone's 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' New York premiere look was inspired by the "disco era".
The 25-year-old actress' make-up artist Rachel Goodwin wanted to give Emma a gorgeous beauty look to compliment her nude Prada dress with silver embellishment, so chose a luminous foundation with sparkling eye shadow to achieve a romantic 70s vibe.
The Chanel celebrity make-up artist told Fashionista.com: "[It was] a 70s party girl meets a princess. To me, the dress had that disco era glam to it but also elegant lines. It was so romantic and beautiful, it was a moment.
"I used the fleshy tone and the purple detailing to inform the colour and textures I chose for her."
Emma's look was set off with a high-impact berry lip, which accentuated the tones of the stunning dress.
Rachel explained: "I wanted everything to be luminous. I was inspired by disco-era makeup which is all about shimmer. I wanted it to be really shiny and shimmery and fun feeling.
"I used a lip liner underneath a berry stain (Revlon ColorBurst Balm Stain in Adore and Chanel Aqua Crayon Lip Colour Stick in Rosewood), and on top of that I used a fun lip gloss (Revlon Super Lustrous Lipgloss in Raisin Rage). I wanted it to pick up the purple tone that was on her dress."
The 'Easy A' star debuted her new ombré fringe bob while posing outside the Ziegfeld Theater last week and Rachel revealed Emma's low-maintenance new crop means she doesn't have to worry about having perfectly-groomed brows anymore.
She added: "She's had bangs in the past, but it's been a while. It's such a cute look, I love how French girl it is! I think she was feeling a little change - there was no deep motivation.
"The bangs change the eyebrow situation. I'm very eyebrow-obsessed in general. I guess I was a little less focused on the perfect eyebrow, but I still obviously do them just in case the wind blows or something!"