Makeup Bag: Rose Gold Is No Longer Just For Jewelry
Is it just me, or was the beauty for this year's Oscars kind of a bore? The ladies looked lovely as always, but for the life of me I couldn't pick out a makeup look that really wowed. Maybe it's because some of the real stunners, the young actresses who can afford to dare to stand out from the pack, skipped the ceremony entirely and made their way over to the Vanity Fair party a few hours early instead. Basically every time Elizabeth Olsen, who's quickly becoming my favorite Olsen, leaves the house and is photographed, I subsequently covet to death whatever makeup she's wearing — she always looks fresh-faced and pretty, never overdone. Predictably the Vanity Fair fête was no exception, but it was her appearance the night before at the Independent Spirit Awards that really stuck with me: the rose gold eyeshadow she sported is well on its way to becoming a major trend. The girls in Glamour's beauty department were one step ahead of me in identifying the frequency with which the gorgeously gilded shade has been worn. Let me tell you, I'll take anything rose gold without question, but I'm really in love with it when swiped on lids. Here are the products you can use to get this celeb-approved look.