From K.Stew to Chloë Sevigny: The 9 Best Celeb Beauty Looks at Sundance
In the realm of big-name film festivals, Sundance is essentially the polar opposite of Cannes—whereas the latter is an exercise in A-list glamour and couture, Sundance, which takes place in the ski town of Park City, Utah, is decidedly low-key. It's not abnormal to see some of Hollywood's leading players trudging along in parkas and slush-covered snow boots, and that sensibility and emphasis on comfort carries over to the red carpet as well.
For proof, consider some of our favourite beauty looks from this year's fest: There's Kristen Stewart with her typical lived-in eyeliner, and Chloë Sevigny with her rumpled waves. The only contouring we've seen comes courtesy of cold-flushed cheeks. If you need inspiration on how to do truly effortless beauty, you've come to the right place—and you might just get a few tips on how to winter-proof your hair and makeup, to boot.
Keep scrolling to see our favourite looks from the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.
See this? This is the true meaning of no-makeup makeup. It all starts with glowing, even skin: Get subtle, dewy coverage by mixing a couple drops of liquid foundation with an emollient cream like Embryolisse's Lait Crème Concentré ($35).
In one of the more done-up looks we've seen from the fest, Keough chose a lip colour that coordinated nicely with her cheeky hat. After exfoliating and prepping her pout, makeup artist Fabiola used Bite Beauty's Amuse Bouche Lipstick (similar shade) in Beetroot.
Courtesy of Emily Cheng
This romantic look would be perfect for Valentine's Day, just sayin'. Makeup artist Emily Cheng put an emphasis on rose-quartz tones, using Artistry Blush ($23) to lightly contour the actress's cheekbones, and a combo of Tom Ford Eye Color Quad Shadow ($128) in Honeymoon and Charlotte Tilbury Eyes to Mesmerise ($36) in Jean on her eyes. She finished off the monochromatic look with a touch of Nars Lipgloss ($37) in Giza on Palmer's lips.
As for how she ensured that the look would withstand the wintry elements, Cheng credits Artistry's Exact Fit Beauty Balm Perfecting Primer ($62), which also gave Palmer's skin a beautifully dewy finish.
Browning seems to have gotten the memo that when you're in a frosty clime, it's best to skip lip-chapping products altogether. But a few strokes of brow pencil and amethyst-hued eye makeup—not to mention her flawless complexion—add the perfect amount of polish to this no-fuss look.
Which look is your favorite? Any tips on winter-proofing your makeup? Sound off in the comments below.