The Best Hair and Makeup Looks of the Golden Globes Part Deux
You could barely sleep a wink last night in anticipation of seeing more Golden Globes hair and makeup, couldn't you? I don't blame you, its pretty phenomenal. Let's jump right into it with more of our favorite red carpet hair and makeup looks from this weekend's show.
Leona Lewis's hair
This sexy star shimmered on the red carpet in a stunning purple gown, and flawless, flowing strands. Laini Reeves of Essensuals London helped Lewis tame her curls for the show. "As Leona's hair is naturally curly, I used Living Proof Thickening Cream alongside Living Proof Styling Treatment to help weigh down the hair when it was blow-dried straight," Reeves said. "I then used a large curling iron to bend the ends under and soften the look, creating romantic curls. I finished with David Babbaii Hair Spray to help hold everything together against the elements."
Christina Hendricks's makeup
"Christina's dress has a sexy, yet soft look," celebrity makeup artist Vanessa Scali said. "We mirrored this with her makeup. I love the contrast of the angelic, innocent face with the sexy edge of a strong mouth. To get her look, I used Shu Uemura's new Deepsea Hydrability Moisture Cream. This cream seriously hydrates yet disappears into the skin, leaving the skin feeling fresh and smooth. For her under-eye, I applied Lancôme's Effacernes in Porcelain and used minimal foundation elsewhere because Christina has nearly flawless skin. I used Shu Uemura's brand-new Satin Radiant Stick Blush on the apples of the cheeks, and for her eyes I used Satin Radiant Stick in Highlight all over the eye (from lash line to brow), then swept it down to highlight the very peak of the cheekbones. To define and elongate the lash line, I used Shu Uemura's Drawing Pencil in Black.I topped the look off with Rouge Unlimited #134 for those gorgeous, red lips."
Rose Byrne's hair
"I went for an old-school Hollywood style with a modern twist," said Harry Josh, John Frieda International Creative Consultant. "The shape and silhouette is classic, but I roughed it up a little and loosened the waves to make the look less uptight." To start, Josh added Luxurious Volume Bountiful Body Mousse to Byrne's wet hair to give it texture. "Before you start styling, add tons of Luxurious Volume Mousse to sectioned-off hair. It will give hair the texture needs to help the waves set and stay in all night," he said. Next, he dried the hair with a round brush section by section. Using a small curling iron, he wrapped each section with the iron pointed down. Then he brushed out the curls until he achieved the perfect wave. "To ensure Rose's hair would look perfect in front of the cameras and would stay full and lifted throughout the night, I sprayed John Frieda's Luxurious Volume All Out Hold Hairspray. This spray is really light and dry so it doesn't affect the style, but will hold waves in place for hours." Josh says. "A quick spray and she was ready to go."
Sofia Vergara's hair
You already know my love of Oscar Blandi's Dry Shampoo, so needless to say I was overjoyed to hear that Oscar Blandi himself styled this chic updo. "To create the look, I primed Sofia's wet hair with Oscar Blandi Volumizing Spray, then blow-dried it and pined pieces around the crown of her head and the nape of her neck. I used a medium-barrel curling iron to create soft waves and finished the look with Oscar Blandi Lacca Hairspray," he said.
Zoe Saldana's hair
Mara Roszak, stylist for TRESemmé, formed soft curls for Saldana that lasted the whole night. Starting with damp hair, apply TRESemmé 24 Hour Body Foaming Mousse, and part hair to one side (slightly off center). Blow-dry with a small round brush. Spray a soft-hold hairspray all over head, like TRESemmé 24 Hour Body Finishing Spray, and curl 1" sections using a 1" barrel curling iron. Let hair twist as your wrap, and pin to scalp. Let the hair sit in pin curls for at least ten minutes. Take out pins and brush delicately, without a lot of tension, to keep the shape. Use a small drop of TRESemmé Anti-Frizz Secret Smoothing Crème on palms of hands, and gently flatten out roots to tame any flyaways. Pin one side (the side with less hair) behind the ear, and finish with TRESemmé Frizz Shield Finishing Spray. Make sure to keep the "S" form around the face.
Lea Michele's makeup
"Because the gown is so classic, we wanted to keep the look fresh, young, and simple but still chic and classic," Melanie Inglessis, makeup artist for Dior Beauty, said. To get this look, she used a bronzy Dior 5-Colour Eye Shadow in Night Dust, DiorShow Blackout Mascara, Waterproof Crayon Eyeliner in Trinidad, and Rouge Dior Lipstick in Rita Beige #298.
Dianna Agron's makeup
"Dianna is a classic beauty, very English Rose and romantic, so I wanted to do her justice. I kept it classic but with a little 'Catherine Deneuve' reference," Inglessis said. I used Chantecaille Zinc Eye Shade to define her eyes and the color of her dress. You can really see that slate gray color coming through. I used Shine Eye Shade in Perle on the inner corner of her eyes to open them up and on her brow bones, just below the arch to create a lift. I used Aquablush in Frivolous on the apple of her cheeks to keep a young and natural look."
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