Beauty Pros Reveal Products They Used On Stars For The Golden Globes
The Golden Globes ceremony gave us lovely beauty moments. Some stars made the trip to the red carpet, while others attended from their living room. Irrespective of where they found themselves, they delivered stunning glam.
For the occasion, the stars managed to present stylish beauty looks that are easy to achieve. Red lipsticks, neon eyeliner, pink eye shadow, jumbo-sized braids, and more, their looks were something everyone wanted to copy.
On that note, some makeup artists and beauty teams have taken to Instagram to reveal the products they used to achieve the glam we now desire. For some, the products were super affordable and drove the internet wild.
For a more fun look, her makeup artist, Terrell Mullin, chose a pop of bright purple underliner from Armani Beauty to pair with her lime green dress.
Her face was prepped with Armani’s Luminous Silk foundation and concealer. Her eyes were rimmed with a combination of Armani Beauty’s Eye Tint in dark purple 53 and Eyes To Kill Designer Liner in Holographic Amethyst for brightness and dimension.
Lily opted for an intense 70s glam, and her makeup artist, Fiona Stiles, played with colors using Lancome beauty products. The rich tones in Lily's dress and stunning Cartier jewelry were the base for the makeup color palette.
From her foundation to concealer, blush, and brows, Lancome products were used. Her lips were finished off with the Lancome Le Lip Liner in Sheer Natural Lancome L’Absolu Lacquer Gloss in #296.
Celebrity makeup artist Erin Ayanian Monroe gave Elle a classic look with a heavy glow that was perfect for her dazzling ice blue Gucci dress. The glam was inspired by timeless beauty, with skin that showed vitality and luminosity.
Her skin was first prepped with 1.5% Hyaluronic Acid Serum to make it plump and hydrated before the rest of her makeup was applied.
Angela stepped out wearing an ultra-long braid and a deep eggplant smoky eye to match her gorgeous dark-purple gown. Her hairstylist, Randy Stodghill, used Phyto's Baobab Oil to finish off the style and add extra shine and hydration to her hair.
As for her makeup, she went for a monochromatic jewel-toned look, consisting of shimmery purple shadow and a soft lilac lip color to match her gown. Makeup artist D'Andre Michael shared several stunning close-ups of the star's beat on his Instagram. He also included a breakdown of every single product he used as he finished off her lipstick from Pat McGrath Labs.
Her red hair styled by Ryan Richman into loose waves flowed down her back. To create her look, he used a stash of OGX products, like the brand's Protecting + Silk Blowout Thermal Primer Cream before blow-drying with the GHD Helios dryer, then hitting it with some Renewing + Argan Oil of Morocco Voluminous Mousse.
After using the GHD Max Styler at the roots and the brand's Curve Soft Curl Iron on the mids to ends, he sprayed on the OGX Smoothing + Shea Sleek Humidity Blocking Hairspray to keep that glorious texture in place. For her makeup, the full face beat was done in ELF cosmetics.
This was one of the celebrities that also opted for old Hollywood glamour. She did this with peachy tones to match her dress while her hair fell down her shoulders in a curl.
Amanda Seyfried's makeup artist Genevieve Herr used Lancome products to perfect the actress' Golden Globes 40s Hollywood Glamour with a Modern Twist glam. Her lashes were given a coating of Lancome's Lash Idole mascara.