Radha Mitchell in The Crazies
Make-up by Deborah Patino
Radha Mitchell
Updated:Wednesday, July 07th, 2010

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My Make-Up Bag
Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion
M.A.C. Powder Blush
Laura Mercier Apricot Face Tint
Koh Gen Do Maifanshi Pressed Powder
La Mer The Powder
CHANEL Poudre Cristalline Ultra-Fine Translucent Powder
Colorescience Corrector Palette
Sensai Concealer (Brush Type)
Koh Gen Do Maifanshi Moisture Concealer
Colorescience Pressed Mineral Foundation
Jurlique Sun Lotion SPF 30+
Jurlique Rosewater Balancing Mist
Jurlique Chamomile Soothing Mist
Clarisonic PLUS Sonic Skin Cleansing System
Jurlique Replenishing Cleansing Lotion
Koh Gen Do Cleansing Spa Water Cloth
La Mer Refining Facial
La Mer The Hand Treatment
La Mer The Body Lotion
La Mer Crème de la Mer Moisturizing Cream
Jurlique Blemish Cream
La Mer The Eye Concentrate
ReVive Moisturizing Renewal Eye Cream
Sensai Cellular Performance Lotion
Koh Gen Do Cotton Pads
ReVive Tonique Preparatif
Fran Wilson Nourish My Eyes Cucumber Pads
M.A.C. Paint Pot
Urban Decay Eyeshadow
Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner
Sensai Eyeliner Pencil
Urban Decay Brow Beater
Urban Decay Brow Box
Sensai Mascara 38°C
M.A.C. Zoom Fast Black Lash
Julie Hewett Noir Lip Liners
M.A.C. Lip Conditioner Stick SPF 15
Kryolan Dermacolor Camouflage Creme
M.A.C. Mineralize Skinfinish Natural



Skincare
In the mornings I applied cold Nourish My Eyes Cucumber Pads to Mitchell’s lids while she was getting her hair prepped. Next I applied Revive Tonique Preparatif with Koh Gen Do cotton pads, followed by Sensai Cellular Performance Lotion II (Moist), Revive Eye Renewal Cream and La Mer The Eye Concentrate. I also used Jurlique Blemish Cream, arnica and calendula cream as needed, along with Crème de la Mer, La Mer Body Lotion and La Mer Hand Treatment and La Mer Refining Facial. For clean-up, I relied on Koh Gen Do Cleansing Spa Water, Revive Cleanser Crème Luxe or Jurlique Soothing Cleansing Lotion with the Clarisonic Brush Plus, followed by steamed lavender towels. Skin was hydrated with Sensai lotions and Jurlique Chamomile Soothing Mist or Rosewater Balancing Mist.
Foundation
Jurlique Sun Lotion SPF 30+ and Colorescience Pressed Mineral Pigment in All Dolled Up. Mitchell wore a beautiful wig applied by hairstylist Adruitha Lee, made by Justin Stafford. When we needed sunscreen, I found this protected Mitchell but did not disturb the lace.
Concealer
Koh Gen Do Maifanshi Moisture Concealer, Sensai Concealer (Brush Type) in Light and Medium, and Colorescience Corrector Kit
Powder
Chanel Poudre Cristalline Ultra-Fine Translucent Powder, La Mer The Powder in Translucent, and Koh Gen Do Maifanshi Pressed Powder for touch-ups
Blush
Laura Mercier Apricot Face Tint, M.A.C. Powder Blush in Pinch ‘O’ Powder
Eye Shadow
For the natural look: Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion in Nude, M.A.C. Paint Pots in Bare Study, Painterly, Fresco Rose, Groundwork. For the distressed look: Urban Decay Eye Shadow in ABC Gum, Illegal, Shakedown and Secret Service
Eye Liner
Bobbi Brown Sepia Ink Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner, Sensai Eyeliner Pencil in EL02
Brows
Urban Decay Brow Beater in Brilliant Blonde and Brow Box in Beige Betty
Mascara
Tinted lashes then applied Sensai Mascara 38 degrees C or M.A.C. Zoom Fast Black Lash in Black
Lips
Julie Hewett Lip Pencil in Nude Noir, M.A.C. Lip Conditioner Stick SPF 15
Highlights / Countour
Kryolan Dermacolor Camouflage Cream palette DC2, M.A.C. Mineralize SkinFinish Natural in Light, Medium, and Medium Dark
Additional Information
"A natural beauty make-up is challenging, because you can’t hide much with it. It has to be blended and the colors must be just right. I rely heavily on highlight and shadow, matte and shine and colors natural to the actor’s own skin to achieve my results. With Mitchell, I enhanced her natural beauty by giving her a defined, radiant look. I presented a timeline to the director with the progress of her injuries throughout the movie. She was to start off natural, then gather injuries from a car-window break, a fight with deranged people and finally, a big-rig accident. All the while, we wanted to show her character as strong; although she was dirty, messy and bloody, her strength and beauty needed to show. The challenge was to keep her skin looking the same no matter what the temperature or humidity were. We were filming in Georgia and Iowa from winter to spring. For Mitchell’s injuries I used Skin Illustrator gels and dirt, as I wanted to use water-based products on her skin. Jay Wejebe made her transfer cuts. To show the change in her character when she’s distressed I used Urban Decay shadows on her eyelids, darkening the lids with a little red, blue and purple from the Illustrator gels–sort of a smoky-eye look. She was kept matte for her natural beauty look and dewy during the character work."


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