Margot Robbie Channelled the 70s in a Breathtaking Chanel Gown

It might only be Wednesday but we think it’s fair to say that Margot Robbie has already taken out the title of this week’s best-dressed celebrity. On Monday night, Los Angeles time, the 29-year-old Australian actress turned heads on the red carpet yet again. This time Margot Robbie channelled the 70s in a breathtaking Chanel gown when she made her appearance at the LA premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s anticipated Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. It came as no surprise that it was Chanel that Robbie chose for her red carpet look, given the actresses has been an ambassador for the French fashion and beauty house since early 2018. 


Margot Robbie Channelled the 70s in a Breathtaking Chanel Gown

Margot Robbie in her ethereal Chanel gown at the premiere of Once Upon A Time in Hollywood


















While her ethereal Chanel gown undoubtedly stole the show, we’re also more than a little bit obsessed with the actresses latest beauty look which also paid a subtle nod to the 1970s. Robbie’s go-to make-up artist Pati Dubroff opted for unexpected orange-tinged shades of cooper eyeshadow paired with an on-trend glossy lip. Dubroff shared her inspiration for Robbie’s retro look on her Instagram stories: an image from a  1970s Vogue shoot with model Lauren Hutton.

To recreate Robbie’s red carpet look yourself, try Chanel Limited Edition Les 4 Ombres Ombres Ă€ Paupières Quatuor, $120.

Margot Robbie Channelled the 70s in a Breathtaking Chanel Gown


Eyeshadow Tips You Need to Know for Ageing Skin

The delicate skin surrounding your eyes can be one of the first areas to reveal the signs of ageing. Because the skin is that much thinner fine lines and wrinkles often appear here first which can make applying make-up more challenging. But that doesn’t mean you have to ditch your favourite eyeshadows any time soon. Here are our favourite must-know eyeshadow tips that are guaranteed to keep your eyes looking youthful for longer. 

Eyeshadow Tips to Keep Your Eyes Younger For Longer

1. Start with a Great Base

When it comes to creating a flawless complexion, you can forget about simply reaching for a foundation in the hope of covering imperfections up: great skin starts with a great skincare routine. And surprise, surprise: the delicate eye area is no exception to the rule.

Before you even reach for your favourite eyeshadow, it pays to invest in a seriously hydrating eye cream. If you’re going to be applying it before make-up, look for a formulation that suits your skin type and absorbs into your skin quickly. 

Try: EstĂ©e Lauder Daywear Eye Cooling Anti-Oxidant Moisture GelCreme, $82; Clinique Eye 96-Hour Hydro-Filler Concentrate, $79; Chantecaille Nano Gold Energising Eye Serum, $360.

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2. Prime Time

No matter what age you are, a little bit of primer will help eyeshadow stay put right around the clock. But because ageing eyelids tend to be a little more hooded, eyeshadow is more prone to creasing throughout the day. Rather than opt for your usual face primer, invest in a primer that has been formulated for the eye area.

Try: MECCA MAX The Transformer Eye Primer $20; Clinique All About Shadow Primer for Eyes, $44; Too Faced Shadow Insurance, $34




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3. Pick your Eyeshadow Wisely 

If you’ve ever applied your favourite eyeshadow immaculately before leaving the house, only to look in the mirror a few hours later to find it sitting in the fine lines surrounding your areas, you’re definitely not alone. Unfortunately, certain formulation types have a tendency of working their way off of the eyelids and into fine lines which can draw more attention to the signs of ageing.

Avoiding overly shimmery or glitter-based formulations is a good place to start as they tend to lack the staying power of matte formulations. Traditional powder eyeshadows can have a habit of enhancing fine lines and wrinkles too. Fortunately there are a plethora of next-generation creamy eyeshadow formulations that have been created that are easy to apply and stay put all-day long.

Try: Nars Velvet Shadow Stick, $50; M.A.C Pro Longwear Paint Pot, $48; Bobbi Brown Long Wear Cream Shadow Stick, $63.

4. Make Mascara Your Best Friend

It might not strictly be an eyeshadow tip, but a fabulous mascara that lengthens lashes and enhances their volume should always be the finishing touch once you’ve applied your favourite eyeshadow. While it can be tempting to layer on layer after layer of mascara to get a voluminous lash look, international make-up artist for Dr. Hauschka, Karim Sattar, says to make the eyes younger and really make them pop it’s actually better to go easier on the mascara. He suggests keeping mascara to your top lashes only and switching out your usual black formulation for dark brown.  â€śPutting black mascara on the lower lashes can draw attention to dark circles and under-eye imperfections,” he says.

Now that you’ve mastered all the eyeshadow tips you need to know, click here to discover how to apply lipstick to create a fuller pout the natural way.


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