Felicity Jones

Felicity Jones

Celebrity makeup artist Katey Denno and celebrity hairstylist Cervando Maldonado worked with Felicity Jones for the Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences’ 8th Annual Governors Awards on Saturday, November 12th in Los Angeles, CA.

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I started by prepping her skin with a generous facial misting of  ‘Jasmine Garden’, from May Lindstrom, and massaging three drops of a squalane-based, precious rose vitamin C facial serum called ‘The Nourisher’ from Biossance. Her pale complexion was perfected using a touch of foundation from Vapour Organic Beauty. I kept to Felicity’s signature eye makeup look using Vapour Organic Beauty eyeliner in Black along her top lashes, and multiple generous coatings of black mascara applied to both her top and bottom lashes. Onto her lids and below her bottom lashes I pressed luminescent eyeshadows in Sunset Beach 41 + 43 from RMS. I finished the look with a few layers of the gorgeous deep rose lip color from Kosas called ‘Rosewater’.
HAIRSTYLIST CERVANDO MALDONADO BEAUTY INSPIRATION:  “I found inspiration from the detail of shape and texture of the embroidery on the bodice of the dress.”

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Since she has amazing texture to her hair I started on her hair clean and air dryed. First applying Kerastase Résistance Mousse Volumactive all through the ends of the hair. Then I applied Serge Normant ‘Meta Lush’ Volumizer on the roots of crown and bangs. After that I smothed out the bangs with a small Ibiza Boar Bristle Brush. Then continued on the top of the head in a mohawk section working my way back to to the crown adding two velcro rollers for added height. Next I dried the rest of the mouse in then out of the hair with a hair sock diffuser. Once done I took the rollers out and brushed the top of her hair out. After, I sectioned the hair down the middle in the back of the head creating two sections. Starting in the front on one side of the head I pulled the hair behind the ear and started twisting and rolling the hair up, section by section adding a few hair pins for security along the way rolling up going towards the nape then secured with a couple of Bobby pins. Next I continued on the other side of the head with the same technique. After that I took the remainder of the hair and twisted the two sections into a knot at the nape creating a chic textured chignon and used bobby pins to secure in place. After I combed the bangs in place splitting them ever so slightly to open up the face. Then I used Sachajuan Dark Volume Powder for brown hair through the bangs, crown and rest of the hair to give a bit messier texture to the style and ended with L’Oréal Elnett Satin Hair Spray for a perfect finish and hold.