The Academy Museum’s opening gala 2021: Regina King’s Beauty Breakdown

How to get details from Regina Kings Flawless Red Carpet Glow

Regina King. Richard Shotwell / Invision / AP / Shutterstock

Get her glow! Regina King shut down the red carpet at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Opening Gala last weekend – and all thanks to her beautiful glamor.

The 50-year-old actress who rocked a tough Louis Vuitton navy blue suit and Alexandre Birman pumps for the occasion knocked on hairdresser Larry Sims for what is possibly the coolest high ponytail ever. With braids along her scalp and a twisted cascade down the side, King’s hair was a work of art.

To get the look, he used a variety of products from Gabrielle Union‘s namesake for hair care, Flawless by Gabrielle Union. Sims and Came with it alum has worked together on many occasions, including the Met Gala in 2021.

In the makeup department is One night in Miami star turned to Latrice Johnson, which employed a complete line of iconic London products. “The inspiration behind Mrs. King’s look was power,” the makeup artist said exclusively U.S. “I wanted her skin to have a flawless glow, her eyes to be strong and powerful and a perfect spout with a strong gloss lip.”

To capture the glamor, Johnson kicked things off with the brand’s Prep Set Glow, which acts as the ultimate dewy primer. She then layered Radiance Booster, $ 39, in the shadow of Tan Glow. And trust U.S, nothing makes a complexion shine like this skin color!

The makeup artist also used the brand Seamless Concealer, Sheer Blush, Ultimate Bronzing Powder and Luminous Powder to finish off her brilliant base.

This facial was, of course, about the eyes. And to master the smoky shade, Johnson used the brand Nice to Naughty Eyeshadow palette with a focus on darker shades on the outer corner. She then added a few swipes of Triple Threat Mascara.

The lukewarm glam was quite a departure from King’s last red carpet. Earlier this month, she appeared at the Met Gala with a bold red lip and minimal eye makeup.

For the biggest night of fashion, which had the theme “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion, King, however, stuck to navy blue attire. She wore a pin-striped suit dress and matching trench coat by Michael Kors.

“Feeling the‘ boss ’in @micaelkors greets American outfits. Thanks to the team, ”the actor, who dyed his hair blue for the event, wrote his post on Instagram at the time.

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