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See the hair and make-up moments from the Women of the Year Awards red carpet
Tonight marks the return of the Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year Awards; a celebration of extraordinary women deserving of special recognition.
After a 2020 hiatus, the red carpet – at iconic London hotel Claridge’s – was awash with talent both emerging and iconic, from Mimi Keene to Dame Joan Collins.
Below, zoom in on the breathtaking beauty looks from the night:
The Brazilian model wore her hair in a sculptural up-do. Make-up artist Valeria Ferreira gave her a reflective smoky eye (using the Armani Beauty Eye Tints), sculpted skin (with the brand’s Neo Nude A-Contour and Fluid Sheer liquid highlighter) and classic nude lip (Lip Power in Androgino), complementing the style perfectly.
Make-up artist Naoko Scintu created the beauty look for star of Netflix’s Sex Education, Mimi Keene, which focused on feline flicks (courtesy of the Armani Beauty Designer Eye Liner) and soft pink lips (the brand’s Smooth Silk Lip Pencil in shade 2 with the Lip Power in shade 10). Her hair was styled in a soft, slightly retro-inspired down-do by hairstylist Larry King.
The Bridgerton actress and former Bazaar cover star looked stunning with a sleek up-do and dramatic black liner. Her radiant complexion glowed from head-to-toe. Make-up artist Sofia Schwarzkopf-Tilbury explained: “We created an elongated, hypnotising feline flick that lifted her mesmerising eyes and the glossiest, most gleaming glass skin”. She used all Charlotte Tilbury products – the brand which Dynevor was recently announced as ambassador for.
The supermodel looked stunning with sleek hair and elegant make-up. Her brows were beautifully groomed using the Armani Beauty Brow Definer and her lashes lengthened with the Eyes to Kill mascara.
The actress oozed classic glamour with a soft smoky eyes and a statement red lip. Make-up artist Kelly Cornwell revealed: “We mixed a couple of lipsticks to get the best depth of colour. We used the Armani Beauty 400 and 404, mixed with the number 5 lip pencil.” To balance the bold beauty look, Foy wore her hair down in soft loose waves.
Make-up artist Kenneth Soh explained that “Golda’s look was focused on sultry smoked, defined eyes with a hint of sheen to catch the light.” The key products used include the Armani Beauty Neo Nude 22 and Armani Beauty Eyes to Kill Stellar 3.
The iconic Dame kept it classic with a glossy red lip (the Armani Beauty Lip Power in 300) and defined eyes (the Armani Beauty Eyes to Kill Palette in Notorious). Her hair was styled in her signature bombshell curls.
The actress looked striking with red lips and full, fluttery lashes complementing her chic blonde crop. Make-up artist Giselle Ali revealed that she “blocked out the brow to make the eyes stand out,” using the key product Armani Beauty Eyes To Kill Stellar in shade 5 on Erivo’s eyelids.
“For Sarah we wanted to create a subtle look with natural tones, and a real focus on the classic Armani Glow to enhance her beautiful skin,” make-up artist Mary Greenwell explains of the actress’ look. She used the brand’s iconic Luminous Silk Foundation, buffed into the skin, with a subtle highlight.
“Jess and I decided to create a soft but glamorous look to work with the beautiful bold colour of her dress,” says make-up artist Nikki Wolff. She finished the look with the ultimate nude for the athlete: the Armani Beauty Lip Power lipstick in shade 106.
Soma Sara, the founder of Everyone’s Invited, went for dramatic glamour, with a strong smoky eye by make-up artist Florrie White. On her lips she also wore the Armani Beauty Lip Power in 106 – the perfect nude for her, too.
Harris Reed brought standout glamour with graphic eye make-up – courtesy of artist Joey Choy – mirroring a monochrome outfit. The designer’s long auburn hair was tonged in soft waves by stylist Christos Bairabas.
“Dina’s look was focused on classic skin with a pop of mauve on the eye,” says make-up artist Hila Karmand who used the Armani Beauty Neo Nude Melting Colour Balm 50. “We completed the look with a gloss on lips, to enhance her natural beauty.”