PEOPLE got a behind-the-scenes look — and all the scoop — on how the stars' looks came together with Armani beauty
And the trio — who all star in the Spider-Man spinoff — over-delivered with their luminous skin.
With the movie’s release hours away, each lit up the carpet with their gorgeous looks, and their pros spoke to PEOPLE about how to get each one.
“This look was all about glowing skin, so the complexion had to be on point!” says makeup artist Allan Avendaño of Merced’s makeup.
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If you’ve never swiped one of these formulas on, run — don’t walk — to get your hands on some. The foundation, Avendaño explains, “leaves the most beautiful natural finish that is buildable for areas that need a little extra coverage.”
Meanwhile, the concealer he describes as “a perfect texture to give you natural coverage while brightening under the eyes, concealing blemishes or contouring/warming up the skin.” Bonus: It blends in seamlessly and is perfect for touch-ups on the go.
Avendaño applied the foundation in shade 6.5 followed by the concealer in shades 4 and 6. When applying the foundation, he let us in on a little trick: He mixed it with a tiny bit of the Armani beauty Fluid Sheer Glow Enhancer in shade 10 because “it’s such a beautiful way to get that enhanced luminosity” that isn’t glittery or unnatural-looking.
To get a “flushed” look on her cheeks, the pro used Armani beauty Luminous Silk Glow Blush in 60 was applied on the high point of her cheekbones. On her lips, he applied Armani beauty Lip Power Lipstick in shade 108.
Right before she hit the carpet, he applied shade 2 of the Glow Enhancer with his fingers to the high points of her face, and sent her off to light up the cameras.
Makeup artist Melissa Hernandez, who created Sweeney’s look, shared their evolving process.
"When Sydney and I first discussed makeup inspiration for the premiere, our initial thought was a smokey eye because we thought it would be fun to lean into the beaded web design of her custom Oscar de la Renta gown,” Hernandez shares.
But, plot twist: “Once we saw it in person, we decided to go for a luminous, pared-down complexion with understated eyes and sun-kissed rosy cheeks so as not to compete with the dress,” says Hernandez.
The pro also reached for the aforementioned foundation and concealer. (Hers in shades 5.75 and 5.25, respectively.) She also applied the same silky powder blush Merced wore, but in shade 51, to warm up the star’s cheeks.
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They tied the look together with a gorgeous beige-mauve lipstick (shade 109).
We also think we know what she smelled like: Armani beauty My Way Nectar Eau de Parfum (a sweet and fruity fragrance that the actress is a face of that just launched today!)
Johnson’s makeup artist Georgie Eisdell says that for the premiere, “we wanted Dakota’s look to be really cool, sexy and strong. Her Gucci gown was the inspiration, with its crystal mesh web, inspired by the movie.”
For her smokey eyes, Eisdell applied Armani beauty Eye Tint Long-Lasting Liquid Eye Shadow in shade 12S and 56S and amped up the drama at her lash line with Armani beauty Smooth Silk Eye Pencil in shade 4. A few coats of Armani beauty Eyes to Kill Classico Mascara completed the look.
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