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SAG Awards red carpet: Drew Barrymore channels a '60s starlet

January 23, 2010 |  6:52 pm

Drew Barrymore's '60s bouffant and pale makeup were inspired by Brigitte Bardot and Sharon Tate, two references the actress gave makeup artist Debra Ferullo when creating the overall look to compliment her midnight-blue Monique Lhuillier dress.P177721_hero  

To get the look, Ferullo used Cover Girl clean liquid makeup and Simply Ageless blush in Plush Peach.  To the eyes, layers of Dior Show mascara were applied along with Cover Girl Shadow Blast in Bronze Fire and Silver Sky.  For that perfectly frosty, pale pink lip, Ferullo used Dior Addict lip color in Beige Negligee and Dior Addict Ultra Gloss in Jersey Pink.

Frosty pink gloss, a silvery smoky eye along with that teased and twisted up-do, Barrymore looked like she stepped straight out the '60s.

--Melissa Magsaysay


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Top photo: Drew Barrymore Credit: Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images; Bottom photo: Dior Addict Ultra Gloss in Jersey Pink Credit: Dior