Can we all agree that Margot Robbie can barely put a foot wrong when it comes to her red carpet beauty looks? While some could argue that our love affair with her is purely down to pride in the fact that she’s an Australian talent that’s made it big on the world stage, we’d respond simply by saying, just look at her. Just look.
Facts are facts. And Ms. Robbie didn’t disappoint when she stepped out on the Screen Actors Guild Awards red carpet this week. And while the whole hair and makeup package is something pretty special (the outfit, too), in particular the girl knows how to pull off a nude lip for a special occasion. The warm nude shade incorporated some subtle tones of brown and terracotta and even hints of pink, and paired with the slight depth in the colour and a barely noticeable sheen, it made for an excellent all-round nude.
We’d hazard a guess that many of you would have seen Margot’s SAG Awards look and made a mental note to search for a nude lipstick shade just like it. Well consider your search already over. Her makeup artist for the evening, Pati Dubroff, shared the brand and shade she used to create Margot’s effortless and shimmering makeup look.
Taking to her Instagram Stories, Dubroff revealed she used CHANEL Rouge Allure 174 Rouge Angélique, a shade she calls “the perfect shade of natural!”
And we’d have to agree it’s a pretty versatile shade that could be used across a variety of skin tones thanks to a mixture of warm and cool tones, and the soft satin finish makes it easy to wear for a low-key or more dressed-up beauty look.
If you’re interested in what other products made up Margot’s beauty look, it seems Dubroff stuck to CHANEL for her makeup, and incorporated some Sisley skin care products for her face prep (we spy the newest addition to the Black Rose range, the Black Rose Skin Infusion Cream – a favourite of the Beauty Crew team!).
Looking for some more nude or neutral lipstick inspiration? Here are some of the best pinky-nude lipstick shades to keep in your kit.
What’s your go-to nude lipstick? Please share with us in the comments section below.
Images: Getty; @patidubroff
Carli was BEAUTYcrew’s Editor from launch in 2016 until May 2020. You can find her words right here on BEAUTYcrew, and previously on beautyheaven.