The Best Hair and Makeup Looks of the Golden Globes Part One
You've already seen the hottest looks on the red carpet from this weekend's Golden Globes but now it's time for what you really want how you can get the look. It's great seeing Kate Hudson looking fabulous yet again, but wouldn't you be happier seeing yourself look that fabulous? I say duh, of course! Don't fret if Kate's look wasn't your fave we've got tons of tips from the headliners of the red carpet, so you can take your pick. Check out how to get these amazing hair and makeup styles below.
Emily Blunt's hair and makeup
Jenn Streicher, from Dior Beauty, wanted Blunt's makeup to match her dress. "Emily wore a beautiful sleeveless pink frilly dress, so we wanted the makeup to be beautiful, soft, and feminine." To achieve this, she used Dior 5-Coulour Eye Shadow in Stylish Move #970, Dior Addict Lip Polish Radiance Expert #001, and Dior Dentelle Illuminating Lace Effect Powder for her cheeks.
For Blunt's hair, Laini Reeves, owner and creative director of Essensuals London, cut her long strands to just below her shoulder. Since she has naturally wavy hair, Laini used Living Proof Styling Treatment when her hair was wet to prevent frizz. She then used two different-sized curling irons, small and medium, to create curls. To give it a modern feel, she straightened the ends with a flat iron.
Sandra Bullock's makeup
"When I walked into Sandra's room, I saw that she was in an incredibly relaxed, happy, and free-spirited mood. I wanted her makeup to reflect her serene state of mind," says Chanel Makeup Artist Angela Levin."I prepped Sandra's skin with CHANEL Hydramax + Active Cream. Her eyes were a mixture of CHANEL shadows Silky Eye Shadow Duo in Orient-Express and Soft Touch Eye Shadow in Trace. I then lined the eyes with CHANEL Long Lasting Eyeliner in Violine, a deep, soft purple shade."
Kate Hudson's makeup
"Golden Globes makeup is all about the dress. When I saw Kate in her gorgeous white dress, I knew we had to go for a clean, sophisticated, pretty look very Grace Kelly," makeup artist Leslie Lopez said. "In the crease of her eyes I used the gray shade from the CHANEL Quadra Eye Shadow in Blue Celestes. I applied the lightest silvery white shade under the brow bone, as well as under the lash line. The inside of her eyes were lined with Almay black eye pencil, and I finished the eyes with CHANEL Inimitable Mascara in Noir."
Anna Kendrick's hair
Celebrity stylist Stephanie Hobgood handled Kendrick's hairstyle with a number of Davines products. "The styling began with Anna's favorites from Davines, the LOVE Smoothing Shampoo and Conditioner. From there I liberally applied Davines For Wizards No. 3 Universal Mattering Mousse. This gave Anna's hair body and volume, but left it soft and shiny. After parting Anna's hair and pinning it up, leaving some loose tendrils in the front, I applied Davines For Wizards No. 1 Finest Oil Non Oil. It added a soft definition that helped eliminate the static effect and tamed the flyaways. Lastly, I sprayed her hair with Davines For Wizards No. 9 Structuring Mist for medium hold and high shine."
Marion Cotillard's hair
Robert Vetica gave Cotillard a glamorous and edgy look to pair with her gown. "I wanted a look that was glamorous, but with an edge," said Vetica, "and was inspired by the rock and roll pompadours of the '50s, strengthened with a sleek, modern French twist. Since shiny, healthy-looking hair was essential to the look, I first applied argan oil-infused Moroccanoil Treatment to wet hair, and blow-dried it straight using a diffuser to keep a bit of natural texture. Then I pin-curled the entire head front to back, so that hair would easily flow back and up into the pompadour shape. After releasing the pin curls, I ran Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream through the hair with my hands. After brushing back and up, I back combed the top, and pulled the sides back tight, leaving some volume on top. Next, I twisted the hair into a tight French twist, which was then asymmetrically attached with eye-catching diamond hair clips created by Chopard. I finished the look with a light misting of Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine Spray to give Marion's hair a beautiful, naturally luminous shine."
January Jones's hair and makeup
It looks like the stylists agree that for this awards show, Moroccanoil is the way to go! Celebrity stylist Mark Townsend also used the product to get Jones's look. "As soon as I saw the dress I knew I wanted to put her hair up," said Townsend, "and I think that adding the satin ribbon as a headband gave a classic French twist with a very modern edge. I started by applying a small amount of Moroccanoil Treatment to January's damp hair and blow-dried it with a round brush. When the hair was dry, I took a dollop of Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream into my hands and then finger combed the hair to give a soft hold and add even more shine and leave the hair extremely smooth. Finally, I gathered the hair into a French twist and secured with about 10 bobby pins. To give her a progressive, chic look I used satin ribbon as a headband."
Stay tuned this week for more stunning red carpet looks from the Golden Globes and how you can get the look!