If you partied hard for New Year's earlier this week, you have every excuse to curl up on your couch and watch the 77th annual Golden Globes. This past year was full of noteworthy movies that deserve all the praise. But you know what else deserves to be celebrated? These stunning beauty looks stars are serving up and showing out with on red carpet. I've said it before and I'll say it again: best beauty looks deserves its own category. For now, I'm fine with writing about the runner-ups. Drum roll, please...click through for the most awe-inspiring beauty looks that hit the red carpet.
Something you already know: Kravitz's pixie cut, styled by the inimitable Nikki Nelms, is iconic. Something you don't know: that alluring red lipstick of hers is courtesy of not one, but two colors cocktailed together: YSL Beauty Tatouage Couture Liquid Matte Lip Stain in Red Tribe and Black Red Code ($37).
Before we get into Boynton's sparkly, winged eye situation, let's talk hair, which was styled by Jenny Cho using Virtue's new Healing Oil ($42) topped off by a gorgeous hair embellishment. Now onto these next-level eyes, which were created by makeup artist Jo Baker using Chanel beauty products. Simply divine.
Harlow's midnight blue eyes were perfected by makeup artist Adam Burrell using $12 Eylure Lashes in Emerald. I'll take three sets of those lashes, please and thank you.
Theron was made for movie screens...and red carpets. Her hair is complete perfection per usual, finessed by her long-time stylist Adir Abergel, using Virtue Labs Un-Frizz Cream ($20) for finishing touches. And that radiant complexion of hers is none other than Dior Forever Skin Glow foundation ($52) of course.
Stylist Matte Fugate wanted to embrace Mbatha-Raw's natural curl pattern and used Dove Style+ Care Micro Mist Flexible Hold Hairspray ($5) to work with her texture. As for her makeup, celeb MUA Nick Barose used Giorgio Armani Rouge D’Armani Matte Lipstick in 401 ($38) for a fresh alternative to a classic red and Lashify extensions for added glamour.
Fanning's petal pink lids, cheeks, and lips, adds such a soft wash of color for a natural flush.
Watts stunned the carpet with her glowing skin prepped by celeb facialist Joanna Vargas, bright blonde bob, and fuschia red lip, courtesy of makeup artist Jillian Dempsey who used Shiseido Modern Matte Powder Lipstick in 512 ($26).
Only Robbie can wear a just-left-the-beach vibe so well on the red carpet with natural makeup and perfectly tousled waves, which were perfected by hair guru Bryce Scarlett. "I wanted her hair to have a slept-in textured, soft waves look to complement her bold and modern Chanel gown," Bryce said. Scarlett raked
Haddish's swept-back bob, a new lewk for her, was done by celeb stylist Ray Christopher who used Suave Professionals for Natural Hair Define & Shine Gel Serum ($5) for extra sheen. Her bronzed complexion is courtesy of the one and only Mali Magic, a glowy skin connoisseur, who used Pat McGrath's Skin Fetish Foundation ($68) in three shades to highlight and contour.
Dunst's makeup looks absolutely timeless. "For a stunning red lip that lasts all night, I used Dior's Rouge Dior Ink Lip Liner #851 Shock ($32), and applied it all over the lip as a base," celebrity makeup artist Mary Wiles told Dior. "And followed with the Rouge Dior Ultra Care Liquid #999 bloom ($38) and blotted."
Anniston, an ageless unicorn, looks stunning with her effortless waves and luminous skin. I just want to know all her beauty secrets.
"Rachel’s look is cool and modern tonight with polished beach waves," Dove Stylist Mark Townsend said speaking to the inspiration. "We wanted to make sure her hair felt fun with lots of movement and volume to compliment the straight lines of the dress." All that fullness and volume you see is courtesy of Dove Care Between Washes Volume & Fullness Dry Shampoo ($5).
According to makeup artist Lisa Aharon, Brosnahan's look was a "gentle head tilt towards the 20's" with a fresh and youthful Hollywood Glamour twist. She prepped her skin with Cetaphil Daily Hydrating Lotion ($11) and Hydrating Eye Gel-Cream ($10). For her hair, stylist Ashley Streicher used Varis' 1” Curling Iron ($195) for glamorous curls and Goldwell's Kerasilk Style Fixing Effect Hairspray for a long-lasting hold.
Mara channelled Princess Leia in the most regal way with her elaborately embellished buns adorned with lots and lots of sparkle. If you also can't help but notice her brushed-up brows, they were perfected by celeb MUA Kate Lee.
Fierce is the only way to describe Washington's look from head-to-toe. Her long-time stylist Takisha Sturdivant-Drew used all Paul Mitchell products to perfect her rounded bob.
J.Lo's triple braided bun took us back to her Maid in Manhattan days. Celebrity hairstylist Chris Appleton was inspired by Grace Kelly. "For this look, we did an elegant detailed updo that gives a queen of the night vibe," he explained. He used Color Wow's EXTRA Mist-ical Shine Spray ($29) to secure that lustrous, shine-blinding finish.
Reese, a vision, was done-up by celebrity makeup artist Kelsey Deenihan who brought a lot of drama to her eyes using Lashify extensions. She created a doe-eyed look by applying Lashify Gossamer Lashes in A8 on her inner-corners, followed with Gossamer Lashes in F10 stacked with F12 for added fullness.
Little Women star Ronan's warm golden complexion is courtesy of Chanel celebrity makeup artist Kara Yoshimoto Bua, who used Chanel's Ombre Première Laque Liquid Eyeshadow in Rising Sun ($36) for that shimmery, sunset-inspired shade.
“As soon as I saw her stunning pink gown and beautiful diamond necklace, I knew it had to be old Hollywood shiny waves with a deep side part for the Globes," celebrity Stylist Christian Wood said, who used all Suave Professional haircare products under $10 to nail this chic look, including the Suave Professionals Firm Control Finishing Hairspray ($3) to keep these glamorous curls in place.
Celeb Stylist Coree Moreno is the magic behind Erivo's chromed-out color and cut. After putting Erivo's hair through such an intense coloring process, the key was preserving moisture. Moreno used Dove’s New Amplified Textures line, made specially for natural hair, including the Dove Amplified Textures Moisture Lock Leave-in Conditioner to lock in hydration. Makeup artist Terrell Mullin used the new Giorgio Armani Lip Maestro Liquid Lipstick in 415 ($38) from the Matte Nature collection for that brick red hue.
Gerwig's choppy bob, slicked and slayed by celebrity stylist John D. who used TRESemmé Smooth Dry Oil Spray ($5) for added shine, pairs perfectly with her petal pink lips. Makeup artist Jenn Streicher purposely kept most of her makeup natural to draw attention to her lips, which is a combination of Beautycounter's Color Intense Lipstick in First Date ($34) with Illuminating Cream Highlighter in Rose Glow ($32) on top.
Carson's looking pretty in pink with her feathery dress that matches her blush pink makeup perfectly.
Raise your hand if you also want to wear flipped hair now? Same. Dove hairstylist Gregory Russell is responsible for this flirty flip, using the Dove Style + Care Micro Mist Extra Hold Hairspray ($5) for longevity. Her color was executed by celebrity colorist Tracey Cunningham: "We refreshed Zoey’s red and added in some subtle highlights for the evening," she notes. "I love to use Redken Shades EQ Gloss in the salon to create vibrant and dimensional reds." Lastly, her soft smoldering makeup was done by celebrity makeup artist Fiona Stiles who used all Chantecaille products, including the Lip Definer in Nuance ($26) and Lipstick in Sweat Pea ($38).
King's sultry metallic lids are my mood for 2020. Celeb MUA Allan Avendano used dished on exactly how to recreate the look: "To create her icy silver eye, I used Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Cuff all over the lids and into her inner corners and buffed it out with a blending brush before it set. On the lower lash-line I used the 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Mushroom for a slightly smoked out and defined look. From the NAKED2, I used the shade Busted to deepen and shape the outer corners into her crease for more drama. Her elegant low pony was mastered by hairstylist Dimitri Gainnetos who used all IGK hero products.
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