The Victoria's Secret Angel hit the red carpet in a Ralph & Russo scarlet red gown, with an off-the-shoulder detail that was to die for. But it was also her glamorous beauty look that made us stop and stare.
We caught up with the Brazilian model's glam squad on details of her beauty session and how you, too, can achieve this vintage Hollywood look at home.
"We wanted an old Hollywood glamour look, but the focus was on creating a glowing radiant look," celebrity makeup artist Carolina Gonzalez explained.
The A-list makeup guru started off with a skin preparation. “The prep is super important to me. I am a firm believer in it because it sets the stage for the makeup," she said.
Her vision was to create a very healthy and radiant glow for the model across the board. "I used Decleor's Aurabsolu Instant Glow Hydrogel Mask, followed by the Aurabsolu Intense Glow For Eyes Dark Circle Corrector," she told us.
Then, Gonzalez applied Decleor's Aromessence Neroli Hydrating Oil Serum to refresh the hydration to her skin. "Here's a trick to try, use the base and contour, then dab your makeup sponge lightly in the Neroli Serum and then the stick foundation and cream contour. This will ensure a radiant glow,” the celebrity makeup artist added.
After preparing her skin to a luminous perfection, she used Marc Jacobs' Beauty Re(Marc)able Full Cover Concealer in Glow 4 and Perfect 5 to create a flawless full-coverage.
With lids bare, she then painted a short thick winged liner with Charlotte Tilbury Feline Flick and finished the eyes with a coat of the Marc Jacobs Velvet Noir Mascara. Then, she applied the Glossier Cloud Paint in "Dusk," blending outward along the cheekbone. To finish the look, she used Bite Beauty Multistick in Blondie to create a natural lip finish. Multi-stick beauty products are perfect for chicas who are consistently on the go since they can be used for eyes, lips and cheeks.
To complete Alessandra's red carpet fierceness, Gonzalez used Vita Liberata's Body Blur for an all-over beach body glow.
Now that you got the scoop, try the look at home — and don't forget to show us how it worked out!