Every Single Hair, Makeup and Skin-Care Product Used to Get Emma Stone’s Look in ‘Cruella’

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How do you give a modern-day makeover to an iconic Disney villain? Cruella’s hair and make-up designer Nadia Stacey has most actually cracked the code with Emma Stone’s much-anticipated tackle Cruella de Vil (the film is out this Friday in theaters and Disney+)—and it requires a bit little bit of punk, some inexperienced Vaseline and the hidden savior of the hair masks.

“The nucleus was always ’70s punk, so Siouxsie and the Banshees was something I kept coming back to for the creative,” Stacey advised us completely. “She definitely was a major inspiration—especially with the eyebrow shape, which was the absolute basis of the makeup look. I started by making that very square eyebrow shape, then blending, blending, blending it.”

“But, I also wanted to come away from the harshness of punk and take it somewhere a bit fresher. I’m not sure if modern is the right word, but I wanted to take the look more into the beauty and makeup direction.”

Hair + Makeup

Oribe Supershine Moisturizing Cream ($52): “This was really good for the wigs, and getting the texture right.”

HASK hair masks: “I really liked their hair masks. I use those a lot. We actually applied it to Emma’s real hair underneath the wigs, so she was getting in a conditioning treatment all day!”

HASK Argan Oil 5-in-1 Leave-In Spray ($8) for curl definition

MAC Eye Kohl in Smolder ($19): “I used this pencil so much. It was an absolute staple and it blends to a really nice gunmetal gray, rather than a jet black. On camera, it gives a look that’s not as harsh.”

MAC Matte Lipstick ($19) in Lady Danger and Ruby Woo: “Definitely a staple on-set.”

NARS Powermatte Lip Pigment ($26) in London Calling and Rock With You: “They’re so long-lasting and they dry with some sheen, which I wanted for the look.”

Lashes: “The feather eyelashes started as a mask, I turned them upside down and the jewels were from a craft store.” 

Weleda Skin Food Lip Butter ($7): “We used lots of this product.”

Aloe Vaseline Lip Therapy ($4): “Emma loves it!”

Pat McGrath eye shadows

Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Book

Hourglass Vanish Seamless Finish Liquid Foundation ($56) in Porcelain

Kevyn Aucoin Sensual Skin Enhancer ($48): “Used lots of this!”

Skin Care 

Shiseido Perfect Cleansing Oil ($35): “It’s such a good texture to get everything off—even the glues.”

Clinique Take the Day Off Cleansing Balm ($31)

Kate Somerville Goat Milk Moisturizing Cleanser ($40): “This is part of my second-cleanse. Emma loves that process. She really loves skin care, and products, and the steps. I love Kate Somerville’s whole line.”

MURAD moisturizers: “Love all of these, especially the gel cream.”


The Cruella nails: “These were made bespoke by Emily Kudo, a LA-based manicurist and they arrived in red velvet boxes—beautiful!”


“Fun fact: The trailer always smelled of Fornasetti Labbra Candle, because I loved the black and white and red lip of the jar!”

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