Austin Butler is one of the hottest actors right now. California Performance in Autobiography Elvis Directed by Baz Luhrmann has earned him a barrage of praise, while the Australian director says the young man lives “Leo DiCaprio’s moment Many fans – including Lisa Marie Presley – are already campaigning for the 2023 Academy Award for Best Actor.
Butler is undoubtedly one of the most stylish Hollywood stars at the moment. He exudes glamor from the golden age of Hollywood: his story fifties Compete with James Dean, while his silhouette highlights Miuccia Prada designs that they wear just as beautifully as supermodels on the catwalk. The former Disney Chanel and Nickelodeon kids star grew up in California, and naturally has a golden complexion that most of us can only achieve with a mix of beauty products. Not to mention the gorgeous jawline given by Marlon Brando’s G-nee-Sais-Coy.
Admittedly, this fascination is largely genetic, but Austin Butler can also count on the services of one of Hollywood’s most talented beauty artists and hairstylists to enhance his natural assets. Gillian Haluska has worked with stars like Jake Gyllenhaal, Ben Badgley and Sebastian Stan and over the past few months has been grooming Austin Butler’s looks on red carpets around the world. We spoke with her exclusively to reveal the secrets of Elvis translator’s blessing.
What products do you use for Austin’s skin care, and why?
We’re in the middle of an international tour, the hours spent on the plane and on the go can damage the skin’s hydrating abilities. To combat its effects, I prep Austin’s complexion with Pat McGrath’s Divis Skin Rose The Essence that helps smooth and hydrate without adding too much shine. The next step is to apply Primer Sublime Perfection with a flat brush. It creates the perfect backdrop, with smooth, matte skin that resists bright, strong light.
Do you use makeup?
Really very little. I apply Pat McGrath Primer to even out and even out skin tone, and add a touch of Pat McGrath Concealer to even out the tone. And I use a darker powder to warm up her skin tone a bit, especially on her forehead and the bridge of her nose.
And for her hair?
I use a full range of products that vary according to weather conditions. I am not trying to change the texture of Austin’s natural hair. On the contrary, my work consists mainly of highlighting its volume and thickness. I start by moisturizing the hair, unless we’re somewhere foggy and damp, in which case I skip this step and apply a leave-in conditioner like Christophe Robin Natural Volume Mist with Aloe Vera.
I added La Crème de Sisley right afterwards to prep hair and help maintain shape, and a hint of Leonor Greyl’s Eclat Naturel to add texture and separate hair. I dry using a medium-head Dyson hair dryer, alternating between my hands and a small round YS Park brush to blow dry the roots in different places. Finish with cool air and insert the tip of the diffuser to add volume and create a taut, natural finish. I finish using Patrick’s M2S to add shine and shape the structure and feel of the hair. For an all-day finishing touch, I use Kevin Murphy’s Touchable Spray Wax to maintain the texture and hold of Austin’s hair.
What are the best products for an Austin man and his skin type?
Preparing the skin with daily care plays a major role in looking great. I use a combination of 111skin’s Sub Zero Energy face masks, Dr Dennis Gross’ B3 Anti-Stress Superserum, Sunday Riley’s Autocorrect and Depuffing Eye Contour Cream, and Drunk Elephant’s Lippe Balm Lip Balm.
A special recommendation for men who want to take care of their hair?
Play with your natural strength, don’t fight it – that’s what we do with Austin. You don’t have to force your hair. Let them live their lives, but shape them by finding a method that doesn’t require too much effort, whether it’s products, hair dryers, shampoo or grooming.
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