The ladies of film and television brought their A-game to the 2014 Golden Globe’s red carpet. I loved so many of the looks that it was hard to narrow down. Here are my top 3 from the night along with how you can re-create the looks yourself:
-Makeup artist, Jeanine Lobell, prepped Cate’s skin with SK-II Facial Treatment Mask with this while she was getting her nails done. She layered Lancôme Translucence Mattifying Silky Press Powder and NARS Highlighting Blush in Satellite of Love to highlight and define the cheekbones.
-Lobell used Chanel Les 4 Ombres Quadra Eye Shadow in Intuition and Illusion D’Ombre Long Wear Luminous Eyeshadow in Emervielle on the eyes, blending the pinky-beige and goldy-beige shades and dusting them from the lid to the lash line, in addition to adding a pop of Emervielle to the lid. She was able to create dimension without using any liners. Jeanine created a defined but not too harsh brow using NARS Brow Shader and Gel.
-Jeanine piled on layers and layers of Lancôme Hypnôse Waterproof Custom Volume Mascara to both the top and bottom lash line, combined with individual flares, to create dramatic lashes.
-For the lips Lobell says, “We didn’t want to do the expected red lip to go with her gorgeous Armani black gown. So we went the softer route. No harsh lines. Instead, I blended colors for dimension.” She blended Giorgio Armani Rouge Ecstasy Lipstick in #502 Scarlatto and #509 Boudoir.
Margot Robbie’s makeup was my favorite of the night. She looks so effortlessly gorgeous.
Makeup artist Jenn Streicher states that Margot’s look was ”all about the “body” so I felt that St. Tropez products were a must and played such an important part of this look. The Self Tan Bronzing Mousse is an essential and provides a great base for the rest of the products.”
Amy’s makeup artist, Brett Freedman says, “For Amy’s triple duties at this year’s Golden Globes (red carpet, host & nominee) I wanted to give her a vivid, sexy look that felt fresh, not overdone.”
-“I started prepping the skin by using Votre Vu Attentive Crème du Jour. It’s the perfect starting point for hydrated, firm skin. Next, I used a Smashbox primer, which helps keep shine at bay and helps makeup hold up longer. The foundation I used was Votre Vu Love Me Deux in Cannes. I wanted to give Amy’s skin a lift of color. This sheer tinted moisturizer goes on seamlessly and is oh-so-natural looking. I dabbed the coordinating concealer on the inner eye near the tear duct to brighten and make the eyes pop. Next, I added a powder that was an ‘almost bronzer’ shade to give Amy’s skin a warm glow.
-For blush, I used Votre Vu Beaute En Bronze blush/bronzer duo. So as not to give Amy a too sweet/apple cheek look, I swept the deeper bronze shade in the hollow of the cheekbone and up toward temples. Just above it I swept the fleshy peach tone in the same direction. I then applied a highlighter along the top of the cheekbone to catch light and add a dewy finish.
-On the eyes, I used Votre Vu Palette Play in Copper. I love this Votre Vu palette because it’s super pigmented and can be used wet or dry. I used all fleshy/neutral tones on eyes and applied the shimmery bronze with a damp brush to (like the cheeks) catch light and give a dewy/cream shadow feel.
-Eiffel Power Mascara was perfect for the red carpet since you definitely need something that’s not only blackest black, but volumizes and gives ultimate length. My tip: curl the lashes before applying mascara and once more, just a quick pump, after the mascara has dried.
-For the brows, I used Votre Vu’s Arch De Triumphe in Fair. To give Amy’s eyes the most open look possible, I brush this tinted soft wax behind brow hairs and slightly above, then brushed the hairs up for the fullest possible look.
-For the lips, we kept it simple with a nude lip liner and clear gloss. I wanted Amy’s lashes to be the darkest thing on her face, so we went with a soft and neutral lip. I filled in the entire lip with liner and applied a touch of gloss to the center“