London was transformed into the Emerald City on Thursday night as the new Hollywood adaption of the classic musical, Oz The Great And Powerful, celebrated with its first UK premiere.
Looking particularly radiant in the spotlight, Michelle Williams showed that she was still glowing after playing her role as Glinda the Good Witch with flawless skin and a pretty tinted pout.
And it appears that the star has been lead down the yellow brick road to the red carpet by skin-perfecting make-up artist Sabrina Bedrani for Laura Mercier who was responsible for the star's dazzling look that evening.
Following Michelle all the way from the Los Angeles premiere across the Atlantic to the UK, Laura Mercier tweeted on behalf of Sabrina at the premiere applauding her on the "chic yet sexy make-up look" that she had created for the event.
Complementing the mum of one's Burberry Prosum peacock dress and Jimmy Choo shoes, Sabrina kept Michelle's pale skin pared down with a luminous sheer coverage base topped off with warming colours around the cheeks.
Whilst aiming for a hydrated and radiant glow that looks utterly timeless, it's also important for any celebrity make-up artist to ensure no light is reflected off the overall look from the cameras on the red carpet.
With this in mind, Sabrina opted for Laura Mercier's infamous Silk Crème Foundation which was the perfect option as a base which doesn't contain any SPF - the ingredient which makes you look white in photos – is the key to looking photo-ready.
To keep Michelle looking "fresh and youthful" throughout the evening, the brand ambassadors also announced that "Sabrina Bedarni used Heather Pink blush and Scalett Lip stain" adding just a pop of colour perfect to the actress' light complexion.
And "to complement a bright dress" like the feathered turquoise creation Michelle wore on Thursday evening, a subtle smokey eye brought out the darker tones in the actress' outfit for a balanced effect.
Showing that even a good witch can look sultry, Laura Mercier announced that they used their new Smoke Caviar Stick in "Grey Pearl" applied all over the lids to complete the finished look.