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TOP BEAUTY TRENDS AT THE GOLDEN GLOBES
The 2013 Golden Globes were full of surprises (Jodie Foster’s speech anyone?), comedy (Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were the perfect hosts!), and beautiful gowns (Emily Blunt’s gold cut-out gown was to die for). Who didn’t laugh when Amy Poehler canoodled with George Clooney on camera, applauded Homeland for its well-deserved wins, and swooned over Adele’s adorable thank you speech when she won “Best Song” for Skyfall? Of course, we can’t forget the many beauty trends we saw on the Red Carpet. From glam hair to edgy nail art, here are some noteworthy beauty moments—and how you can get the look.
Radiant Glow: So many actresses, including Tina Fey and Jessica Chastain, had this other-worldly glow about them. Chastain owes her radiant, soft, and luminous glow thanks to is the OLEHENRIKSEN FACE/BODY SPA Advanced Hydra-Dermabrasion Treatment which involves an in-depth skin analysis, exfoliation, and pore refinement along with a diamond tip microdermabrasion.
Another actress we love, Catherine Zeta Jones, glowed with a properly hydrated and nourished skin. Tip: Try the actress’ beloved product brand, Heir Atelier, whose Ultimate Make Up Prep is a new facial serum specifically designed to wear under makeup to help skin look radiant.
Bronzed Skin and Dark Liner: The general trend of makeup on the red carpet was that there was very little of it—actresses/models like Stacy Keibler and Miranda Kerr chose not to appear dripping with heavy, bold colors. Keibler looked fresh and natural with a bronzed eye and and a pretty pink pout. To get the look, prep the skin with VS PRO Airbrush FX Oil-Free Face Primer ($18), dust some translucent finishing powder, conceal eye area and dust bronzing powder on cheekbones for a healthy warm glow. Try: The VS Makeup Eye Shadow Quad in Eye Contact and a dark liner to complete the look.
Blonde Highlights: Actress and co-host Amy Poehler was a single process blonde, but Redken’s Creative Consultant Tracey Cunningham says over the last year she’s been growing color at the base of her hair, and only applying highlights. Highlights –if used properly–can make the look really pop.”In order to get her camera ready for her Golden Globes hosting duty, I used Redken’s Chromatic Prismatic Permanent Color. The blonde really popped under the lights of the Golden Globe stage” says Cunningham. Try: Redken’s Chromatic Prismatic Permanent Color in salons.
Nail Art: Actress Zooey Deschanel “nailed it” on the red carpet with her edgy film strip nail art created by celebrity manicurist Tom Bachik. Two of her fingers sported beautiful flowing film strips in black and gold, and the other nail had a hand painted movie camera icon. To get the look at home, use Nail Art Pens by Sally Hansen in Black and a base of L’Oreal Colour Riche nail lacquer in Cream Puffs.