Monday, January 13, 2014
By Tricia Stevens
See how these celebrity makeup artists got the girls gorgeous at the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards last night so you can recreate their looks!
Celebrity makeup artist Lauren Andersen focused on the eyes by making them sultry and smokey to match Allison Williams’ black and white Alexander McQueen gown at the 2014 Golden Globes.
1. She groomed brows with Votre Vu Brow Wax.
2. Then she played up her baby blue eyes using Avon True Color Eyeshadow Quad in Urban Skyline.
3. Anderson lined eyes with Avon Glimmersticks Eye Liner in Blackest Black.
4. She then coated lashes with Avon Mega Effects Mascara.
5. For luminous skin, she applied YSL Le Teint Touche Eclat Illuminating Foundation and then dusted on Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder in Radiant Light.
6. Then she used Laura Mercier Second Skin Cheek Colour in Rose Petal on the apples of her cheeks.
7. She finished off with an application of Avon Ultra Color Absolute Lipstick in Ripe Rose.
Makeup artist Matthew VanLeeuwen said Amber Heard, who presented an award, brought some of her own ideas when it came to doing her makeup. “She liked the idea of focusing on sultry chocolate eyes, creamy skin and soft nude lips. I was just bringing out the remarkable geometry and beauty of her face.”
1. First, he moisturized skin with Cle de Peau Gentle Nourishing Emulsion.
2. Then he primed skin with Hourglass No. 28 Primer Serum.
3. He covered any flaws with Hourglass Hidden Corrective Concealer in Warm.
4. He followed that with an application of Hourglass Veil Fluid Makeup in Light Beige.
5. VanLeeuwen then defined brows with Hourglass Arch Brow Sculpting Pencil in Soft Brunette.
6. Next, he applied the shell shade from the Hourglass Vol. 6 Eye Palette as a base color all over the lids.
7. Then he used the bronze shimmer shade from Hourglass Visionaire Eye Shadow Duo in Gypsy on the crease and under the eyes.
8. He deepened the bronze with the brown shade from Vol. 6 Eye Palette which was applied to the outer corner, and to the top and bottom of the lids.
9. Then he lined the eyes with a deep plum pencil like MAC Eye Kohl Prunella and smudged the line with the black shadow from the palette.
10. He finished the lids by applying a high-shine pearl shadow to the inner corner of the eye.
11. To complete the eye look, he applied a coat of Hourglass Film Noir Mascara, allowing them to dry before curling lashes.
12. For the cheeks, he used the sheer rose shade from Hourglass Illume Creme-to-Powder Bronzer Duo in Sunset and highlighted with the sheer champagne shade from Hourglass Illume Creme-to-Powder Bronzer Duo in Bronze Light.
13. He then retraced his steps with Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder in Ethereal Light, an opalescent sheer powder which mimics a moonlit glow.
14. Next, he lined lips with Hourglass Trace Lip Liner in Bare.
15. Then he applied Hourglass Femme Rouge Velvet Creme Lipstick in Whisper, a golden pinky beige shimmer.
Celebrity makeup artist Jeanine Lobell gave winner Cate Blanchett a soft and romantic look. “We didn’t want to do the expected red lip to go with her gorgeous Armani black gown, so we went the softer route. No harsh lines. Instead, I blended colors for dimension.”
1. First, she prepped skin with SK-II Facial Treatment Mask.
2. Then she used Nars Highlighting Blush in Satellite of Love and Lancome Translucence Mattifying Silky Press Powder, layering both powders to highlight cheekbones.
3. She used Nars Brow Shader and Brow Gel to define brows.
4. Lobell was able to create dimension to the eyes without using liners by using Chanel Les 4 Ombres Quadra Eye Shadow in Intuition and Illusion D’Ombre Long Wear Luminous Eyeshadow in Emervielle. She blended the pinky-beige and goldy-beige shades and dusted them from the lid to the lash line, and also added a pop of Emervielle to the lid.
5. She finished the eyes by piling on layers of Lancome Hypnose Waterproof Custom Volume Mascara.
6. For the lips, she layered Giorgio Armani Rouge Ecstasy Lipstick #509 Boudoir (a nude rose) on top of 502 #Scarlatto (a raspberry rose).
Celebrity makeup artist Karen Kawahara, who created the look for Julia Louis-Dreyfus complemented her bright orangey-red Narciso Rodriguez dress with a strong eye and a lighter lip.
1. She first prepped skin with Votre Vu Attentive Creme du Jour and Luxee Yeux around the eyes.
2. She also applied Amour D’Ore Multi-Vitamin Oil on her body before getting hair and nails done to give it time to absorb.
3. Back to the face, she applied Love Me Deux Foundation in Cannes to the entire face.
4. Then she concealed the undereye with a mix of the Lingerie Pour Les Yeux in Light and Medium.
5. Moving onto the eyes, she used Lingerie Pour Les Yeux in Light all over the lids and applied powder on top of it to make the eyeshadow last.
6. Kawahara then applied eyeliner to create the shape and then shadow on top of that. She used Le Joli Crayon in Charbon and pushed it in between the lashes, then started with a very thin line in the inner eye, gradually getting thicker towards the outside. She added a little wing on the corners to give the eyes a lift. To make the eyes pop, she applied Votre Vu Palette in Play in Copper. The lightest vanilla shadow was placed towards the inside of the eye and the lighter copper color was brushed over about 3/4 of the outside lid.
7. She also, very lightly, lined the inside of the eye with a burgundy color. The darker copper color in the Palette in Play was also placed close to the bottom lashes underneath the eye.
8. She finished off the eyes by applying Eiffel Power Mascara and some individual lashes.
9. Kawahara then used Vu-On Rouge Color Accent in Bouquet Rose to give some color to the lips and cheeks. She applied all over the cheeks using her finger. To create a pale lip, she used a lip brush to apply the color and went over it with a soft coral for a bit of sheen.
10. Then she mixed the Arch de Triumphe in Fair and Dark Brown to go over the brows since she didn’t want them to be too dark.
11. She then used the Beaute en Bronze Blush, which was very sheer, and then applied the Dior Blush in Amber on top for a bit more color.
12. Lastly, she set her makeup with Belle Poudre in Light.
Celebrity makeup artist Coleen Campbell-Olwell, who created Kate Mara‘s makeup wanted her look to be a bit more intense and her skin to be luminous and glowing to go with her J. Mendel gown.
1. She hydrated skin by massaging a liberal amount of Orlane Super-Moisturizing Light Cream
2. Then, she applied Absolute Skin Recovery Eye Contour around the eyes to keep that area really smooth.
3. She applied foundation with a sponge by mixing the Chanel foundation with 1-2 drops of Orlane Morning Recovery Concentrate, which gives the foundation an instant radiance and adds more luminosity to the skin.
4. Campbell-Olwell then contoured the cheeks just a little bit with the Orlane Bronzer using a swirling motion with the brush so that there wasn’t a concentration of color. She didn’t want a bronze look so she added a bit of the bronzer for more depth. For a little more color, she used a soft rose blush on the apples of her cheeks.
5. For her eyes, she applied Antonym Certified Natural Eye Pencil in Noir on the waterline and along the top of the lash line to add more intensity to the eye, which was blended out to create a smokey effect.
6. Then, she added a navy and gray shadow along the top of the eye and a little bit underneath, close to the bottom lash line.
7. She applied Orlane Volume Care Mascara for great depth and length.
8. Next, she used the Dior Eye Shadow Styler to give her brows more arch and a fuller look.
9. She used Highlight Care Brush to highlight the corner of her eyes and the area above the cheekbones.
10. She finished off by applying a balm to compliment her already beautiful lip color.
Celebrity makeup artist Tricia Sawyer kept the color scheme going of winner Robin Wright‘s Reem Acra dress when doing her makeup.
1. First, she prepped skin with Orlane Absolute Skin Recovery Anti-Fatigue Masque.
2. Then she moisturized with Anti-Fatigue Absolute Radiance Cream.
3. Next, she applied Orlane Absolute Skin Recovery Smoothing Foundation in Shade 20 with the Antonym Foundation Brush and spot concealed.
4. She set the foundation by dusting Orlane Poudre Libre.
5. Sawyer highlighted Tricia the cheekbones, cupid’s bow, and the center of her nose with a shine stick.
6. Then, she used a Dior coral blush on the apples of her cheeks and the Orlane Bronzer under her cheekbones and along the jawline for more dimension.
7. Moving onto the eyes, she applied Antonym Certified Natural Eyeliner in Noir along the inside of the eyes and on the outer rim. She smudged it out with a small eye shadow brush and then used a customized eye shadow palette for a nude look.
8. After applying a strip of lashes, she used Orlane Volume Care Mascara on the lashes.
9. She topped lips off with Dior Addictâ€™s Gloss in #343 for a little color.
10. Finally, she made sure Wright’s toned arms were seen. She used Orlane Refining Arm Cream to moisturize and then applied Orlane Bronzer to give a bronzed look.