Georgia May Jagger may have mom and dad—that’d be model Jerry Hall and Rolling Stone Mick Jagger—to thank for her gorgeous face, but she’s steadily building her own major career with a lineup of magazine covers and major campaigns. She caught our attention last week with a pin-up look reminiscent of Hall’s heyday, so we asked her beauty team for details. They say skip eye shadow and blush; we say rock star genes sure do help.
Since Jagger had just stepped off a plane, makeup artist Linda Jefferyes applied M.A.C.’s Prep + Prime Moisture Infusion ($40) under Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Moisturizer SPF 15 ($26) for an “extra kick of moisture.” She smoothed Laura Mercier’s Foundation Primer ($32) on Jagger’s skin, followed by M.A.C.’s Mineralize Foundation ($33). “I use a few different shades of Laura Mercier’sSecret Concealer ($22) and go over the skin with a small brush like patchwork,” she says. Jefferyes skipped blush, but used Nars’Bronzing Powder ($28) in Laguna. “Apply bronzer under the cheekbones, a touch on the apple of the cheek, on the temples, and under the jawline,” she says. “Even if you have a strong jawline it’s good to balance out the face.”
To score that “slightly ’60s vibe,” Jefferyes drew a thick line of M.A.C.’s Fluidline Eyeliner ($15) in Blacktrack on Jagger’s top lids with a brush, building the thickness slowly and flipping the ends up. To keep the look effortless she skipped eye shadow, but curled Jagger’s lashes and coated them with Chanel’s Le Volume de Chanel Mascara ($30).
“I focused everything around a really cool and modern mouth,” says Jefferyes. She applied Nars’ Velvet Matte Lip Pencil ($24) in Dragon Girl on Jagger’s pout, set with finishing powder, and then smoothed on one more layer.
Hairstylist Daren Borthwick prepped Jagger’s dry locks with volumizing mousse, applied from root to tip. “Divide the hair into horizontal sections and curl large pieces away from the face with a 1-inch curling iron,” he says. Once cool, he brushed through the curls with Mason Pearson’s Handy Mixture Nylon & Boar Bristle Hair Brush ($120), and set with hairspray. Glamorous? Yes. Difficult? Definitely not.
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