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Style We Found the Perfect Red Lipstick Emma Stone Wears in Cruella

11:16  29 may  2021
11:16  29 may  2021 Source:   glamour.com

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Emma Stone as her “ Cruella ” character. ©Disney+/Courtesy Everett Collection. Any movie centered on a fashion designer—even one who aspires to kill puppies for a coat—is guaranteed to serve up looks, but Cruella is even more visually exciting than expected. (That big Disney budget goes a long way.) Stone , and the creative team behind her, deliver so many moments through the two personas that it’s all a bit overwhelming. Estella, a punk girl who grew up on the streets pickpocketing, is defined by her chipped nail polish, smudgy eyeliner, and perfectly not- perfect ‘do.

Emma Stone as her “ Cruella ” character. ©Disney+/Courtesy Everett Collection. Any movie centered on a fashion designer—even one who aspires to kill puppies for a coat—is guaranteed to serve up looks, but Cruella is even more visually exciting than expected. (That big Disney budget goes a long way.) Stone , and the creative team behind her, deliver so many moments through the two personas that it’s all a bit overwhelming. Estella, a punk girl who grew up on the streets pickpocketing, is defined by her chipped nail polish, smudgy eyeliner, and perfectly not- perfect ‘do.

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After a year and change spent peering at coworkers through sad Zoom filters and perfecting our skin-care routines, makeup is back. Thank God. And what perfect timing for Cruella, a live-action film about the fur-obsessed Disney villain that’s now in theaters.

Set in London during the punk-rock movement of the ’70s, the film stars Emma Stone as a young grifter named Estella. Tired of a life of petty crime, Estella thinks she’s finally scored a dream job as a designer for Baroness von Hellman (Emma Thompson), the head of a prestigious Dior-like fashion house. But Estella is both talented and rebellious—a dangerous combination to someone like the Baroness, who is more than happy to take credit for Estella’s hard work. Without spoiling too much, their fraught relationship eventually inspires Estella to transform herself into a new, more confident persona: Cruella de Vil.

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Emma Stone in Cruella . Kindly step back and make way for a sensational couple of Emmas : Stone and Thompson. Together, they are the highly strung dysfunctional double-act that post-lockdown cinema didn’t know it needed. There’s an unexpectedly huge amount of old-fashioned fun to be had in Disney’s spectacular new origin-myth story from screenwriters Aline Brosh McKenna, Kelly Marcel and Steve Zissis, prebooting Cruella de Vil, the wicked dognapper from One Hundred and One Dalmatians.

Emma Stone isn't one to shy away from transforming for a role: For The Favourite, for instance, she wore a corset so tight it literally shifted her internal organs around. And while we certainly expected her to pull off a pretty extreme look for her upcoming role as Cruella de Vil in Disney's Cruella movie, a spin-off of 101 Dalmatians that puts its focus squarely on the classic story's central villain, we definitely weren't expecting But it seems that's not the only look de Vil embraced in her day: New images show Stone on set at London's Liberty department store and in character as Cruella with bright red hair.

a person standing in front of a flower: Emma Stone as her “Cruella” character. © Disney+/Courtesy Everett Collection Emma Stone as her “Cruella” character.

Any movie centered on a fashion designer—even one who aspires to kill puppies for a coat—is guaranteed to serve up looks, but Cruella is even more visually exciting than expected. (That big Disney budget goes a long way.) Stone, and the creative team behind her, delivers so many moments through the two personas that it’s all a bit overwhelming. Estella, a punk girl who grew up on the streets picking pockets, is defined by her chipped nail polish, smudgy eyeliner, and perfectly not-perfect ’do. Her alter ego Cruella, meanwhile, is known as an avant garde fashion disruptor; her beauty signatures become bold red lips, dramatic eyeshadow, and that unmistakeable two-tone hair.

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Cruella — originally known as Estella and played by a harmlessly snarly Emma Stone — actually likes dogs (though she does have a specific grudge against Dalmatians). Cruella ’s swaggering, eclectic spirit aligns with the film’s idea of London in the 1970s, its alleged setting. The aesthetic is raffish, glammish and also punkish, and the musical selections zigzag through the years from “Their Satanic Majesties Request” to “London Calling.” No deep cuts here, just an eclectic sampling of Dad Rock Essentials.

Emma Stone is wondrous as Cruella de Vil from “101 Dalmatians" in this new Disney origin story, out Friday, in which she plays British fashion designer Estella. This film is so sexy and cool and punk rock, you forget all about that Mickey logo and Cinderella’s cutesy castle. Cruella starts out as a Banksy of fashion; a mysterious vixen who crashes glamorous society parties and causes a stir with stylish stunts. My favorite: She tumbles out of a garbage truck onto a red carpet and then, when it drives away, the trash becomes the long train of her dress.

For makeup artist Nadia Stacey, Cruella was the assignment of a lifetime. “When Emma Stone called, she said the movie was set in the 1970s, around the punk era. As a hair and makeup artist, that is just an absolute dream,” she tells Glamour. “London at that time is a fantastic setting—there was this explosion of punk and change for women. Not just in fashion, but also in social attitudes.”

For Estella, Stacey looked to ’70s icons like Blondie singer Debbie Harry, the Pretenders’ Chrissie Hynde, “Because the Night” singer Patti Smith, and German new-wave artist Nina Hagen—women who “had that kind of effortless beauty that still has a kind of messiness to it.” Estella’s hair is a deep red, in a shade that is obviously from a box. “It’s not a natural red because I think if Estella’s going to dye her hair, she’s going to dye it,” Stacey says, with a laugh.

a group of people posing for the camera: Stone's Estella character was more subdued than her Cruella alter ego. © Disney+/Courtesy Everett Collection Stone's Estella character was more subdued than her Cruella alter ego.

Stacey also used on Stone MAC’s Eye Kohl pencil in Smolder—drawn “really crudely around the eye”—that she smudged out a bit to create a smokey effect. The nails are Butter London in Union Black Jack, finished in a matte top coat that was Stone’s idea. (Stacey says the actor also requested that nontoxic polish be used.) “It sort of looked like the Batmobile,” Stacey says of the result. “We chipped them and kind of messed them up a bit so it looks like she’s had it on for weeks.”

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Emma Stone burns down the screen as the wickedly glamorous Cruella . The skunk-haired baddie from 101 Dalmatians earns her dastardly reputation going toe to toe with an equally formidable adversary. Co-star Emma Thompson gives Meryl Streep's impersonation of Vogue editor Anna Wintour an Cruella opens in mid-1960s rural England with a struggling single mother and fashion designer, Catherine (Emily Beecham), raising a mischievous daughter. Young Estella (Tipper Seifert-Cleveland) gets ridiculed at her snobby school for her odd black and white hair. She lashes out at her tormentors

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Overall, the idea is that Estella’s beauty look would come more out of necessity than any particular inspiration. “I kind of like the idea that on one of her little stealing adventures, she’s taken a few products from somewhere, so that’s her look all the time,” Stacey explains.

And then there’s Cruella. Stacey says the inspiration for her came from Siouxsie Sioux, the influential lead of Siouxsie and the Banshees. While Estella was all about the DIY approach, Cruella was allowed to embrace a more extreme style. “Everything with Cruella’s makeup is about a mask or deception, because she’s trying to trick the baroness,” Stacey explains.

Her bold red lip—a real highlight of the film, I must say—is the appropriately named Lady Danger by MAC. Stacey also took Stone’s foundation down a notch, to create a more noticeable difference on screen between the two personas. To that end, Cruella’s eyebrows were also drawn more dramatically to slightly change her face shape. The eyeshadow was blended straight out to further create that mask-like effect.

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The result is an extra-in-a-good way vibe that I can see a lot of people channeling as they start considering their reemergence makeover. That’s not to say everyone will be dying their hair black and white…but maybe click “buy” on that MAC lipstick before it sells out.

Anna Moeslein is the senior entertainment editor at Glamour. Follow her on Instagram @annamoeslein.

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