The cast and crew of Finding Alice – starring Keeley Hawes – were only five weeks away from the box when the country was brought to its knees last March.
Fortunately, with the help of some serious measure, filming resumed towards the end of last year.
Here, makeup artist Rosie Octon tells us exactly how they did it and what key products she used for the show’s leading stars.
Finding Alice: How did the cast and crew work after the lockdown?
Rosie, who also worked on The Durrell’s, announced that strict measures were in place after the lockdown.
She told Entertainment Daily exclusively, “We started filming again a few months after the lockdown ended, which gave us time to make sure we were used to the new measures.
“I am very happy to say that we were very proud to work under these conditions.
Our entire crew embraced wearing masks
“We were extremely lucky to still be able to work.”
Rosie also said, “Fortunately, there are certain people on the shop floor. You are responsible for policies and conditions that we all adhere to. “
And while wearing a face mask can be a little irritating, the beauty professional asked to be different.
In addition, Rosie continued, “Our entire crew wore masks all day.
“Different departments had to adapt to wearing different PPE at appropriate times.
“For example, we wore different combinations of masks, visors, aprons and dresses. We also washed and disinfected our hands. “
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What did the cast say about filming?
Lead actress Keeley Hawes opened the filming of a pandemic during an appearance on the Graham Norton Show.
The actress said, “I had a scene where I had to familiarize myself a bit with another character, closer than you really can.
“And someone came up with the brilliant idea of bringing this actor’s poor wife in and putting a wig on her and doubling it up for me.”
Alice Finding Beauty Secrets
Despite battling the pandemic, it didn’t stop Rosie from creating her usual standout makeup looks.
But what did she use for the show’s leading actresses, Keeley and Joanna Lumley?
Let’s start with the skin preparation.
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Rosie explained, “We were so lucky to have Weleda who sent us some amazing products from the Skinfood range.
“We also used Dr. PawPaw, Sheet Masks from Beauty Pro, Liz Earl Hand Cream, and Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream.”
Additionally, she said, “Your home routines are just as important as the ones we do at work.”
Keeley’s makeup and hair essentials
Meanwhile, 44 year old Keeley used a range of products to create a flawless look for the camera. Rosie explains …
- Nars Smooth and Protect Primer SPF30: “Protects against UV rays and helps the primer to sit well.”
- Chantecaille Futureskin Foundation: “Very natural coverage for a realistic look.”
- BY TERRY Mascara Terrybly Growth Booster Mascara: “Growth and conditioning treatment as well as a brilliant mascara.”
- Dyson Airwrap: “Incredible invention that gives a springy hair dryer look without the effort of a brush. It takes a little practice to use it on yourself, but it’s well worth it for the finished look! “
- Oribe Signature waterproof anti-moisture spray: “This is an absolute must in the fight against moisture and moisture in the air. It’s great for keeping your style longer than a regular hairspray. “
Joanna’s make-up and hair essentials
Joanna, 74, has given us a number of glamorous looks over the years. Rosie opens her make-up bag and adds …
- Too Faced Just Peachy Eyeshadow Palette: “Great colors for Joanna’s skin tone and eye color.”
- Chanel Les Beiges Bronzing Cream: “Fantastic for lightening every skin type that gives a touch of fresh color.”
- Maybelline Falsies Mascara: “Great everyday mascara for filming because it won’t fall off.”
- Denman Grooming Brush: “My favorite brush because it really smooths curls into beautiful waves.”
- Maria Nila dry shampoo: “Made from potato starch instead of using tiny fibers. It gives your roots a boost when your style starts to fall. You can revitalize it all day long with a quick ruffle of your fingertips at the root! “
The search for Alice continues on January 24th at 9 p.m. on ITV.
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