The Best Eye Makeup Looks at the 2017 Golden Globes
If 2017 is the year you’ve vowed to embrace your eyeshadow palette, using and experimenting with every shade in the tin, the Golden Globes red carpet will surely kickstart the challenge. Whether it was with a soft cat-eye or something as unexpected as pale pink shadow, Hollywood’s best debuted a range of totally inspirational eye makeup looks at the prestigious awards show. Keep clicking to preview some of the best moments from the evening.
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"We went for very bold, runway-inspired makeup for Olivia’s look tonight. We opted for a dramatic eye, nude lip, and soft, luminous skin, playing on different textures to create visual interest and drama," said Sir John, L'Oréal Paris Celebrity Makeup Arist of Olivia Culpo's look. Complementing her ‘90s lipstick, Sir John used key products like L'Oreal Paris Colour Riche Pocket Palette in Boudoir Charme ($9; target.com) and L'Oreal Paris Voluminous Original Mascara ($6; target.com) to create her fierce burgundy eye.
Red and pink eyeshadow hues are having a moment—Lily Collins has proved it several times. She’s at it yet again, walking the carpet with bright red lipstick and a soft and feminine pale pink shadow to match. To create the look, makeup artist Fiona Stiles used Le Lipstick in Natural Lauve ($26; lancome-usa.com) on the eyes, with Lancôme Blush Subtil in Aplum ($32; nordstrom.com) on top. To blend the colors together, she used Lancôme Color Design Eyeshadow in Pink Pearls ($21; nordstrom.com) under the brows.
Long lashes and impeccable tight-lining with sultry black eyeliner made Regina King’s eye makeup look totally impossible to miss.
Felicity Jones’ eye-skimming bangs brought attention to her smoky eye—a look that was accented with iridescent silver shadow in the inner corners of her eyes, a trick that you can also try tomorrow to look like you weren’t up all night catching the Globes. Before applying her liner and shadow, makeup artist Katey Denno massaged REN's Instant Brightening Beauty Shot Eye Lift ($54; sephora.com) around the actor’s gorgeous eyes.
Fluttery lashes, blended top liner, and her metallic silver eyeshadow landed Drew Barrymore, queen of the smoked out eye, at the top of our bests list. To get the look, Barrymore’s makeup artist Debra Ferullo used FLOWER Beauty’s Shimmer & Shade Eyeshadow Palette in Golden Natural and used the Forever Wear Liner Long-Wear Eyeliner in Onyx ($7; walmart.com) to create the smudgy top liner.
The actor’s subtle metallic silver eyeshadow was the perfect accessory to her jewel-adored dress.
This Game of Thrones star’s long and full lashes will inspire you to finally try out extensions. Not into the maintenance? Grab a lengthening mascara and a matte black shadow to recreate her look at home.
Can’t nail the sharp cat-eye flick? No problem. Get like Insecure star Issa Rae and try a soft smoky eye that extends towards the outer corners of your eyes.