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Emma Stone's Globes Makeup: "She Didn't Wear a Traditional Gown So We Wanted It to Be Playful and Coquettish"

Emma Stone's Globes Makeup: "She Didn't Wear a Traditional Gown So We Wanted It to Be Playful and Coquettish"
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Emma Stone isn't afraid to break rules, and she did so flawlessly at this year’s Golden Globes. As we all know, the actress borrowed some inspiration from the boys in a custom Lanvin jumpsuit, a look the star’s makeup artist says called for some seriously flirty makeup, focusing on the lips and eyes. While this is usually deemed as overkill, that certainly wasn’t the case here. The pro behind the look, Rachel Goodwin, tells us exactly how she pulled it off.

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“We wanted to pop up the femininity and make it a little more girly,” Goodwin says. “It wasn't the traditional gown so we wanted to be playful and coquettish.” Once prepping Stone’s complexion with Revlon’s PhotoReady Airbrush Effects Makeup in Vanilla ($12; target.com), she accentuated her eyes with Chanel’s Stylo Yeux Waterproof Eyeliner in Black Shimmer ($32; nordstrom.com). “I mainly focused on the top of the eye, going across the top of the lid and out into an angled, cat eye shape,” she tells us. Over the liner, she added the navy shadow from the brand’s Quadra Eyeshadow in Tissé Riviera ($61; nordstrom.com). Then, using the same palette, she applied the silver shade along the center of the bottom lashline for some sparkle. After framing the star's face with perfectly groomed brows, she finished off the eyes with a few rounds of volumizing mascara. Goodwin’s next focus? That statement-making lip. Giving her pout just as much attention as she did her eyes, she swiped on Revlon’s Ultra HD Lipstick in HD Iris ($8; target.com), a bright berry shade.

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