Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Dallas Buyers Club are among the seven films that remain in the running for the Oscar for makeup and hairstyling, the Academy announced on Saturday.
Surprisingly, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, Rush and Lee Daniel’s The Butler were left off the shortlist, which also included American Hustle, Hansel & Gretel Witch Hunters, The Great Gatsby and The Lone Ranger.
The seven-film shortlist was compiled after a vote by members of the Makeup Artists & Hairstylists Branch, who also recommended the specific individuals primarily responsible for the shortlisted work.
Bad Grandpa is making Oscars 2014 makeup shortlist
The 135 members of the branch will be invited to view 10-minute excerpts from the shortlisted films at a bakeoff at the Academys Samuel Goldwyn Theater in January. Members who have seen all seven of the shortlisted films will then be invited to vote, and three nominees will be selected.
Oscars 2014 makeup and hairstyling shortlist:
Dallas Buyers Club
The Great Gatsby
Hansel & Gretel Witch Hunters
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa
The Lone Ranger
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Drew Barrymore has been the face of CoverGirl for the past five years, but now she is rumored to be launching her own cosmetics brand.
According to WWD, Drew Barrymore, 37, has created a line of make-up exclusively for Walmart, which will hit stores across the U.S. early next year.
The name of the beauty collection remains unknown.
It is believed that Drew Barrymore’s contract with Procter & Gamble, CoverGirl’s parent company, comes to an end in 2013, although a spokesman for the company declined to give an exact date.
However, sources say that she has been working on her own line with one of the world’s leading cosmetics manufacturers, Intercos.
When she signed as a CoverGirl ambassador in 2007, Drew Barrymore said that she wanted to “bring myself and my personality into it, as well as some edgy fashion-forward thinking and positivity to it.”
Drew Barrymore has been the face of CoverGirl for the past five years, but now she is rumored to be launching her own cosmetics brand
Drew Barrymore’s usual makeup look is very subtle. Perhaps we can expect rosy shades of blush, neutral eyeshadows, along with darker lip colors.
This would be her first time venturing into the world of celebrity beauty marketing, following the likes of the Kardashians, Kate Winslet and Dita Von Teese.
Drew Barrymore has never even had her own fragrance.
Drew Barrymore was spotted over the weekend enjoying a family day out in Los Angeles with her husband Will Kopelman and their one-month old daughter Olive.
Last night Kim Kardashian shared her beauty secret, by posting a picture of herself on Twitter.
In the shot, Kim Kardashian, 31, is seen with some kind of yellow-based primer smeared all over her otherwise make-up free face.
The reality star posted the picture with the caption: “Glamming up with @1maryphillips!!! A little confused by her new technique BUT I know it will be fab!”
Celebrity make-up artist Mary Phillips counts Kim Kardashian, Jessica Simpson, Jennifer Lopez and Salma Hayek among her famous clients.
Kim Kardashian later tweeted a shot of the finished look, writing: “Flash a little bright but here’s the after pic!!!”
While it is not clear exactly what kind of product was used on Kim Kardashian's face, it appeared to be some kind of color-correcting primer
She was having her make-up done ahead of attending the Jeep Brand and USA Basketball celebration of the launch of the 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Altitude at LA Center Studio.
While it is not clear exactly what kind of product was used on Kim Kardashian’s face, it appeared to be some kind of color-correcting primer.
Yellow-colored primer is usually used to disguise under-eye circles and mild red tones on the face.
Despite the fact that Kim Kardashian has long been an advocate of experimenting with make-up, she has also posed make-up free in the past – describing the experience as “empowering”.
The reality star said: “Make-up is fun, but it’s just another accessory.
“Posing make-up free is really empowering. Why not show people what I really look like?
“I’m happy with myself, and this is who I am.
“As much as it’s fun to glam up, the most important thing is to be comfortable in your own skin – with or without makeup.”