January 14, 2013
From the Beauty Closet: Find Your Golden Globes Look
Posted by Sarah Smith
Hollywood's finest graced the red carpet last night, and what a show! The gowns were gorgeous, and the makeup was breathtaking. Many artists actually took inspiration from what each celeb would be wearing. Just take Kerry Washington's muted purple eye and nude lip below. It gives her cream gown a little edge. Scroll through our gallery for more Golden Globes beauties and the products used to create each spectacular look. Maybe you'll find one to wear on your wedding day!
1 Makeup artist Carola Gonzalez used Lancome Color Design Infinite 24H Eye Shadow in Evermore Lilac, Lancome Color Design Eye Shadow in Mochaccino, and Lancome Artliner in Smoke to create Kerry's pretty eye. Giorgio Armani Lip Maestro in 500 Blush topped her lips.
Photo courtesy of John Frieda.
2 Michelle Dockery's look, by makeup artist Jordan B. Long, was far from Downton Abbey-esque. Apply the burgundy brown shadow of Chanel's Quadra Eyeshadow in Raffinement all over your lid, then brush Chanel Illusion D'Ombre Long Wear Luminous Eyeshadow in Apparence onto the center. Blend. Photo courtesy of Chanel.
3 Makeup artist Kate Lee prepped Anne Hathaway's skin with Chanel Hydra Beauty Serum and Base Lumiere Illuminating Makeup Base. A pale peach blush topped the apples of her cheeks, beautifully contrasting her petal pink lips in Chanel Rouge Allure Luminous Lip Colour in Sedusicante. Photo courtesy of Chanel.
4 Makeup artist Jeannia Robinette wanted Salma Hayek's makeup to look fresh and hip, like her midnight blue evening gown. Her tools: NARS Soft Touch Shadow Pencil in Skorpios on the lid; NARS Bouthan Eyeshadow Duo in the crease, and NARS Red Square Velvet Matte Lip Pencil on the lips. Photo courtesy of NARS Cosmetics.
5 To complement Sienna Miller's airy frock, makeup artist Pati Dubroff went with a natural, effortless look. Navy blue eyeliner, layered with Chanel's Intense Eye Penil in Graphite, defined her eyes. Light, fluid foundation and Soleil Tan de Chanel Bronzing Makeup base helped impart a dewy, sunny glow. Photo courtesy of Chanel.
6 Oh, Naomi Watts--she always looks so elegant. What I'm loving most? Her sophisticated, rose lipstick and warm cheeks, both of which pull color inspiration from her garnet gown. Try Chanel Luminous Intense Lip Colour in Determinee and Chanel Powder Blush in Rose Petale. Photo courtesy of Chanel.
7 Katherine McPhee's strong eye highlighted the sexiness of her gown. Makeup artist Jake Bailey first perfected her skin with NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer (watch for it this spring), and then used NARS Via Veneto Larger Than life Long-Wear Eyeliner and Cordura Duo Eyeshadow on her eyes. Photo courtesy of NARS Cosmetics.
8 Jodie Foster's gunmetal eye makeup (it matched her dress!) was striking. Makeup artist Rachel Goodwin used Chanel Long-Lasting Eyeliner in Marine, then diffused it with a smudge brush. She paired it with Chanel Soft Touch Eyeshadow in Black Star, blending the color into the crease. Photo courtesy of Chanel.
9 Alicia Vikander's youthful look paired perfectly with her snowy, fringed dress. Makeup artist Vanessa Scali focused on priming the skin first. Serum, Chanel Sublimage Essential Regenerating Fluid, and an eye cream gave Vikander's skin a natural glow. Illuminating powder and rosy blush finished if off. Photo courtesy of Chanel.
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