Golden Globes are not only an important occasion to admire the look of the stars on the red carpet and to give free rein (let’s face it) to criticism and compliments: today, for Beauty Saturdays, I present four make-up looks that I liked more, with all the information on how to recreate them!
Meanwhile, here’s my favorite look at the Golden Globes 2015.
She’s Emma Stone in Lanvin. The star was dressed in more than one occasion by the French brand (have a look here), but this year her look was really amazing, with a jumpsuit (which sounds more fashion of our national “tuta”) with the bodice embellished with precious stones…
But let’s talk about the make-up of the stars, just starting from Emma Stone.
The look of Emma Stone is amused and almost coquettish. Created by celebs makeup artist Rachel Goodwin, the look is focused on eyes and lips, resulting very modern and ultra–feminine, not too serious, all signed by Chanel. Goodwin used Chanel Quadra Ombretto in Tisse Riviera with Stylo Yeux Waterproof Eyeliner in Black Shimmer and mascara Le Volume de Chanel in Noir. For lips, Revlon Ultra HD Lipstick in Iris.
For her first red carpet as Mrs. Clooney, Amal Alamuddin has maintained a classic style with her Dior dress, with long white gloves and red lips. The makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury said she had been inspired by sirens. For the lips, first scrub her eponymous line “Lip Love scrub”, then color, using Lip Cheat Lip Liner in Savage Rose mixed wtih K.I.S.S.I.N.G. Lipstick in Night Crimson and Matte Revolution Lipstick in Red Carpet Red.
Chanel celebrity makeup artist Kate Lee played up Keira Knightley‘s pregnancy glow with Chanel Rouge Coco Ultra Hydrating Lip Colour in Etienne (available March 2015). The dress of Keira, that I adore both for her looks and for her roles, was instead one of the most criticized of the red carpet…
Katie Holmes, criticized by some for her look a bit too “dark” in the gorgeous Marchesa gown, has instead been admired by all for the simple and elegant style of her hair: a long sleek ponytail, made by hairstylist DJ Quintero for Alterna Haircare (brand of which I have spoken several times, of which Holmes is co–owner). Dry hair were prepared with Alterna Haircare Caviar Perfect Iron Spray and then smoothed with a flatiron over the entire length of the hair. Were then collected into a low ponytail, wrapping a few strands around the elastic to hide it. The hairstyle was fixed with Alterna Haircare Caviar Perfect Texture Finishing Spray and Bamboo Smooth Kendi Dry Oil MicroMist.