How to recreate Emilia Clarke's BAFTAs 2020 beauty look

Emilia Clarke's 90s-inspired beauty look at the 73rd British Academy Film Awards. [Photo: Getty]
Emilia Clarke's 90s-inspired beauty look at the 73rd British Academy Film Awards. [Photo: Getty]

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Emilia Clarke was easily one of the best dressed actors at the BAFTA Awards on Sunday evening.

Clarke, 33, was one of the first big names to walk the red carpet at the Royal Albert Hall wearing a slinky black, sequin gown by Italian fashion house Schiaparelli.

The couture look was complimented by the former Game of Throne’s star’s sultry beauty look, which featured slicked back hair, a dramatic smokey eye and subtle nude lip.

Clarke’s make-up was all Clinique - unsurprisingly, as the actor became the beauty brand’s Global Brand Ambassador last month.

Lynsey Alexander, the make-up artist behind Clarke’s BAFTA look said on Instagram Stories that she wanted the look to be sexy, sultry and 90s-inspired.

For those wanting to re-create Clarke’s beauty look, the entire process was a rather complex, nine-step routine.

While we definitely don’t all have time to create the entire look, we’ve rounded up all the products so you can re-create the feature of your choice, from Clarke’s sultry smokey eye, subtle nude lip or glowing complexion.

Emilia Clarke’s nine step BAFTAs beauty routine

Step One: Clinique ID with the Fatigue Cartridge | £36 from Clinique

Emilia’s unique Clinique ID was applied first to prep the skin, and works to brighten her complexion.

Step Two: Even Better Makeup with SPF 15 | £28.50 from Clinique

Emilia’s make-up artist, Lynsey Alexander, then applied Even Better Makeup with SPF, in shade Colour Whip, on target areas, such as her forehead, cheek and chin.

Step Three: Kohl Eyeliner | £16.50 from Clinique

Alexander lined Clarke’s eyes with black and brown kohl pencils.

Step Four: All About Shadow Quad Morning Java | £30 from Clinique

For a sultry look Emilia’s make-up artist goes over the liner with a brown powder, which is blended out afterwards.

The versatile golden shades were layered together for a dramatic smoky eye.

Step Five: High Impact mascara | £20 from Clinique

Lashings of Clinique High Impact mascara is applied on the top and bottom of Emilia’s eyelashes for extra volume. While a clear mascara is applied to her eyebrows to set them.

Step Six: Chubby Stick Sculpting Contour | £21 from Clinique

Lynsey sculpts the face using Clinique’s shading cream, as it helps to create a 3D effect.

Step Seven: Chubby Stick Sculpting Highlight | £21 from Clinique

A highlighter is then applied to brighten the face and accentuate Emilia’s bone structure.

Step Eight: Moisture Surge Face Spray Thirsty Skin Relief | £24

Emilia’s make-up is then set with a translucent powder and a spray of moisture surge over the top for a “lived in look”.

Step Nine: Even Better Pop Lip Colour Foundation in Romanced | £17.50 from Clinique

In order to create a perfect nude lip Alexander used Clinique’s lip foundation, where each shade is expertly created to match the shade of your lips. There are 28 nude shades to chose from, Clarke’s perfect shade being a pinky hue called Romanced.