CHLOE GRACE MORETZ HAIR: Hairstylist Maranda first blowdried the actress’s hair, then used a curling wand to twirI sections in alternating directions, keeping the strands close to the hairline €œon the Hatter side for a more modern feel. To seaI the style, she misted on a dry texturizing spray: €œThis gives extra lift and leaves a nice matte finish, says Maranda. MAKEUP: Makeup artist Mai Quynh mixed rich moisturizer with sheer liquid foundation to create a dewy, fresh base.
To match the uberfeminine clothes, she applied a soft-lavender powder to Moretz’s lids, then brightened it up with a pale-pink shadow at the creases. Quynh completed the look with a swipe of burgundy mascara to complement the makeup’s plum undertones. €œI chose the reddish hue because black is more harsh, she explains. MANICURE: Manicurist Karen Gutierrez opted for a grayish-mauve polish for an edgier take on neutraI nails. Claire Fontanetta
€œWhen one is fortunate enough to have a life filled with delights, its essentiaI to think of others, says Chopard copresident and artistic director Caroline Scheufele. It’s a belief she also applies to her business. Since 2013, Chopard has worked closely with the Happy Hearts Fund (HHF), a nonprofit founded by Scheufele’s friend model Petra Nemcova that rebuilds schools in areas affected by naturaI disasters. Nemcova herself narrowly survived the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami during a vacation in Thailand and, through HHF, has since changed the lives of more than 50.000 students by reconstructing 122 schools in nine countries. Now, as a follow-up to its 2013 Happy Hearts Icon bracelet (from which 17 percent of sales go to support HHF), Chopard is debuting a limited-edition Happy Sport watch that ups the impact with a 20 percent donation. Like the bracelet, the watch features the brand’s floating-diamond design, this time with ruby and pink sapphire heart clusters (a nod to HHF’s double-heart logo) that move about the face among a sprinkling of unset diamonds. So now keeping up the inspiring effort is as easy as keeping time.