Best Hair and Makeup
Best Hair and Makeup
Best Rosy Cheeks
Christina Hendricks’s look, created by Vanessa Scali, was a study in contrasts: shiny strawberry lips paired with bare eyes, sheer stained cheeks on top of matte alabaster skin. To fake that natural flush, Scali used shu uemura Satin Radiant Blush Stick, which contains tiny particles of pearl for barely-there shimmer. The overall result? Ultra-feminine and timelessly appealing.
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Best Frosty Lips
Bohemian Kate Hudson is not one to layer on the makeup, but that doesn’t mean she can’t rock it out when she needs to. "Golden Globes makeup is all about the dress,” said her makeup artist, Leslie Lopez. “When I saw Kate in her gorgeous white dress, I knew we had to go for sophisticated, pretty, and Grace Kelly-inspired look.” The key to those radiant lips? Chanel Aqualumiere Sheer Colour Lipshine in Malta. “It’s the perfect sheer and subtle peach,” says Lopez.
Best Colored Shadow
Shots of color on the eyes always feels like a bold move, but not when you choose a soft and subtle lavender shade like Emily Blunt. “Emily wore a pink frilly dress, so we wanted the makeup to be beautiful, soft and feminine," says Dior makeup artist Jenn Streicher, who created the look. The makeup artist blended aubergine and silvery shadows around the star’s eyes, followed with black mascara, and kept the lips a glossy, barely-there pink.
Best Pink Lipstick
Pink lipstick can sometimes feel like an afterthought, but Olivia Wilde got the shade exactly right: A vivid peony hue with a satiny, opaque finish. (We also give extra points for earthy smoky eyes, and a glam ‘70s-inspired ponytail.)
Best Classic Look
Drew Barrymore is the ultimate beauty chameleon-raspberry lips, sooty eyes, black tips, anyone? But this look created by makeup artist Debra Ferullo was clean, precise, and every bit as striking as even her wildest risks. "I chose to keep the eye fairly bare because the dress was such a statement-I didn't want to throw the look over-the-top," said Ferullo. As for that gorgeous lip, Ferullo used Dior Addict Lipstick in Hollywood Rose. "I felt like Drew could handle that punch of color," she said. As for us, well, we love the understated sophistication of minimal eye makeup, fresh porcelain skin, and silky, rosy lips.
A style as adorable as January Jones’s is all about the prep-work. “I started by applying a small amount of Moroccanoil Treatment to January’s damp hair before blow-drying with a roundbrush,” said her stylist, Mark Townsend. “It gives the hair an amazing shine and finish.” He then gathered the hair into a French twist, pinned it in place, and finished with a wide satin headband. “I thought it added a chic, modern touch,” says Townsend. We couldn’t agree more.
We can’t help it. We will never, ever, ever get sick of Julia Roberts’s beachy blond waves. We love the pairing of a strict center part with piecey, bohemian curls. The overall effect? A look that’s free-spirited, coolly confident, and entirely covetable.
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Best Fake-out Style
Sandra Bullock is having a long hair moment, but you wouldn’t know it from this chin-length look created by Frederic Fekkai celebrity stylist Adir Abergel. We love the unexpected asymmetrical cluster, and the way a single daring tendril added a playful, girlish touch.
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Best Jeweled Accessory
We’ll be honest-sometimes well-defined waves can feel too formal for our taste. Rose Byrne’s waves, created by John Frieda celebrity stylist Harry Josh, were one part crimp and one part curl, with equal portions of softness and shape. "I went for old school Hollywood style with a modern twist," said Josh. "The shape and silouette are classic, but I roughed it up and loosened the waves to make the look less uptight." The pin-straight part kept things from getting too unruly, and of course, her sparkly barrette was, ahem, icing on the cake.
Lea Michele has gorgeous raven hair-and tons of it. We love the way this low, textured updo, created by stylist Miok, showed-off that volume, rather than tucking it away. The off-the-neck cluster also showcased her sculpted cheeks and lush eyelashes; the deep side part added a retro twist.