PRN: M∙A∙C Cosmetics - The Official Make-up Partner for the Arqiva British Academy Television Awards 2012
MâAâC Cosmetics - The Official Make-up Partner for the Arqiva British Academy Television Awards 2012
LONDON, May 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
MâAâC Cosmetics was thrilled to be the Official Make-up Partner to the ArqivaÂ British Academy Television Awards, which took place last night at the Royal Festival Hall, London.
A host of stars from the world of television were in town for this prestigious awards ceremony and MâAâC ensured that guests arrived looking Ã¼ber glam for this year's red carpet, including: Dame Kelly Holmes, Nicola Walker, Alex Jones, Melissa George, Suranne Jones, Joanne Froggart, Helen McCrory, Claire Foy, Claire Balding, Olivia Grant, Ruth Bradley, Kierston Wearing, Tamsin Outwaite, Kate Silverton, Rosamund Hanson and Zoe Hardman.
The MâAâC Pro team were on hand to provide make-up services to VIPs in town for the Awards in the MâAâCÂ Beauty Suite at The Corinthia Hotel,Â Whitehall PlaceLondon - and via one to one 'at home' appointments. MâAâC Senior Artist, Caroline Donnelly was on hand last night visiting talent and nominees for private VIP appointments throughout the day.
MâAâCÂ Senior Artist, Caroline Donnelly comments on last night's makeup trends on the red carpet:
"Last night'sÂ Awards were definitely inspired by London's current warm spell. Tanned or not, this year's looks were about tan-relevant and tan-related shades to accentuate the lips, cheeks and eyes. Skin being the ultimate canvas, with hints of creamy copper and coral lips."
MâAâC Pro Artists also created dazzling looks for Emily Watson, winner for Leading Actress in her role in Appropriate Adult, Random actress Nadine Marshall and This is England '88 star, Vicky McClure, both nominated in the Leading Actress category, Monica Dolan, winner for Supporting Actress in her role in Appropriate Adult and Twenty Twelve star Olivia Colman, nominated for Female Performance in a Comedy Programme. Â M.A.C ensured that their red carpet make-up was super glamorous and flashbulb worthy.
MâAâC also hosted British actress Emily Atack, best known for her role as Charlotte Hinchcliffe in the award winning E4 series The Inbetweeners. Emily opted for a 90s inspired makeup with super smokey feline eyes. The MâAâC Pro team created this look using the following MâAâC products: for flawless skin MâAâC Studio Fix Fluid and MâAâC Pro Longwear Concealer were applied, finished with MâAâC Studio Fix Powder. Brows were defined with MâAâC Eyebrow Pencil in Lingering and cheeks were flushed with MâAâC Powder Blush in Pinch Me. MâAâC Eyeshadow in Texture, MâAâC Fluidline in Blacktrack completed with MâAâC Haught & Naughty mascara gave Emily's eyes t! hat ultimate feline power and MâAâC's Lip Pencil in Spice and Cherish Lipstick finished the look.
MâAâC's top five products used in the world of Film & TV over the last twelve months for dramatic moments include: MâAâCÂ Mineralize Skinfinish for a camera flawless look, whilst hot spot proof MâAâC Blot Film has been a favourite for sticky moments. MâAâCÂ Fluidline proved a must for a smudge-proof look, MâAâC Prep + Prime calmed and evened out flushed skins and MâAâCÂ Lip Pencil in Spice provided the ultimate on screen pout! All any star needed for the perfect look in the first take.
Follow @MAC_Caroline_D for her backstage insight or tweet #BAFTA for red carpet updates on the night.
ABOUT MÂ·AÂ·C COSMETICS
MâAâC (Make-up Art Cosmetics), a leading brand of professional cosmetics, was created in Toronto, Canada in 1984 and is part of The EstÃ©e Lauder Companies, Inc. MâAâC has become known as the premiere make-up brand by providing products to makeup artists creating the on-screen looks for top talent, working on-set at photo shoots and backstage at the international fashion shows. MâAâC can be found behind the scenes at award nights offering 'on-call' services to VIPs, directors, and film talent attending world film festivals and awards including the Toronto, Dubai, Deauville, Sundance, Tribeca, Doha, Pusan and London Film Festivals. MÂ·AÂ·C is now sold in 79 countries/territories worldwide. Follow MÂ·AÂ·C on Twitter @MACcosmetics (twit! ter.com/maccosmetics), become a MÂ·AÂ·C fan on Facebook (facebook.com/maccosmetics), watch MÂ·AÂ·C videos on YouTube and find our MÂ·AÂ·C Senior Artists at macartiststweets.com. For a MÂ·AÂ·C store visit maccosmetics.co.uk
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts is an independent charity that supports, develops and promotes the art forms of the moving image by identifying and rewarding excellence, inspiring practitioners and benefiting the public. In addition to its Awards ceremonies, BAFTA has a year-round Learning & Events programme that offers unique access to some of the world's most inspiring talent through workshops, masterclasses, lectures and mentoring schemes, connecting with audiences of all ages and backgrounds across the UK, Los Angeles and New York. BAFTA relies on income from membership subscriptions, individual donations, trusts, foundations and corporate partnerships to support its ongoing outreach work. For further information, visit http://www.bafta.org.
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