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The recently got her glow on the natural way, stopping in for a custom spray tan at Ona Spa in West Hollywood. The odorless airbrushing system, which contours and sculpts the body, was designed to give lasting sun-kissed color without the harsh chemicals used in many tanners.
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While killer heels look hot they can leave your feet feeling anything but on Oscar night. stylist, Jessica Paster, helps her client stay as comfortable as she is chic on the red carpet: “I will not let Emily walk out the door without Foot Petals in her shoes,” she says of the cushioned insoles. “They are an absolute must.”
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The secret to the perfect blonde hair color? Rick Wellman, the Patrick Melville Salon & Spa colorist prepping her for the award season’s ultimate evening this year, tells us it’s all about a gentle touch. “Highlighting blondes using the Bio-lights method creates dimensional shimmery blonde, as if you were born with it without the risk of over-processing,” he explains. The aluminum foil-free highlighting process uses only cotton pads during processing and is far less harsh on hair.
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began gearing up her skin weeks ago for her possible Oscar win with GliSODin’s Advanced Detoxification Formula. The twice-a-day beauty drink helps to eliminate toxins from the body, clear skin and encourage hydration using an antioxidant-rich neutraceutical formula sourced from French melons to promote radiance.
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Big night jitters? Stars like Toni Colette fend them off with a spritz. The actress revealed on Good Morning America that she keeps in her clutch: Rescue Remedy, lip gloss, phone. That s really it – It s pretty small, you can t really fit much more in it.” Rescue Remedy, made from 38 flower essences chosen for their traditional ability to calm and relieve stress, is available in a discreet mini-spray, $11.
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Busy celebs like make short work of their exercise routine – and get maximum results – with the Power Plate. The machine uses Advanced Vibration Technology to stimulate muscle reactions 25-50 times per second, cutting workout sessions down to just 30 minutes, three times a week. “The Power Plate is different from other machines out there,” says Ed Williams, Assistant Director of Continuing Education at Peak Performance gym in N.Y.C., “because it allows you to work on so many different things all at once while just using simple strength-training positions.”
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“I applied YSL Touche Eclat #2 to highlight the bridge of her nose and on her cheekbones to accentuate her glowing skin,” reveals the star’s makeup artist, Ronit Shapow, of how she played up natural radiance at the Golden Globes. The pro-favorite comes with a built-in brush to allow for delicate application.
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The inspiration for the gorgeous haircolor that the debuted at the SAG Awards came from a surprising source – a wig! Her hairstylist David Babaii found himself captivated by a period wig containing various tones of ginger, and asked the star’s colorist Lorri Goddard-Clark to replicate the look. Lorri color-matched the tones and deepened Kidman’s color to a gingered toffee red using a combination of deposit-only color, her signature foil-out reverse highlighting technique and a sulfate-free glaze.
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The House star didn’t leave her Golden Globes glow up to chance, prepping her skin beforehand at one of Hollywood’s favorite skincare hot spots, Kate Somerville Skin Health Experts. Wilde received a signature DermaQuench Oxygen Treatment, which drenches skin in vitamins and hyaluronic serum before oxygen is applied, and finishes with a peptide-rich moisturizing cream. A clinic regular, Olivia often completes her visits by stocking up on ExfoliKate, an exfoliator that combines potent fruit acids and micro-beads.
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“For the Sundance Film Festival, I kept Julianne Moore’s skin hydrated, luminous and fresh by mixing a finger tip of Skyn Iceland Cloud Cream with L’Oréal True Match Super Blendable foundation,” celebrity makeup artist Nick Barose says of how he helped the actress fend off Park City, Utah’s dry winter air. Mixing the products gives skin a fresh and dewy finish “that’s perfect for extreme cold weather,” he says.
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Umbrellas abounded on the Golden Globes red carpet, but Leona’s hairstylist Laini Reeves didn’t let the downpour affect the singer’s sleek locks. Just before the big event, Reeves frizz-proofed the singer’s hair against the humidity using the beauty science of Living Proof No Frizz products, which contains a molecule created by MIT scientists to counter the two causes of frizz: friction and humidity.
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Before winning her Oscar and her double Golden Globes, the got her skin in shape with regular facials by Tracie Martyn. And this year is no exception. The Globes presenter was booked for a signature facial before the big day. So just why is she such a die-hard fan? “Tracie’s Resculpting Facial tightens up your skin so much you look like you’ve been on a two-week retreat to Thailand,” the actress says.
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The Nine star and Golden Globe best actress got ready for a win with perfectly shaped arches courtesy of Hollywood brow queen Anastasia Soare, who recommends that her celeb clients get a head-start on hair removal before a big event. We never want to schedule brow shapings for actresses the day before or the actual day of an event,” she says. “I prefer 3 to 6 days before, as this gives the skin enough time to be even with the skin tone of the face.”
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Did he or didn’t he? That was the big question on our minds as the funnyman walked the Golden Globes red carpet. Before the show, Carell was sent Spanx for Men – yep, the same foundation-wear brand that stars from to Kelly Osbourne use as a tummy-tightening red-carpet hero. Carell, already a self-proclaimed fan, was one of the first on Spanx’s list to receive a Spanx for Men Cotton Compression Crew Neck Undershirt. Also gifted: and Alec Baldwin.
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Talk about room service! One of Arcona’s top facialists was in the Golden Globes nominee’s hotel suite the day of the awards show to perfect her glowing skin with a Signature Facial Contouring Treatment. Eschewing extractions, the facial allowed Vera to head straight to the read carpet after having her skin massaged with a special contour cream, as well as products like Cranberry Toner and Camomile Balm to tone and tighten muscles and eliminate any pre-show puffiness.
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Just how did the Entourage star get in fighting shape the Golden Globes this year? Piven started gearing up in late December with Freshology’s Fresh Dining food delivery program, which brought five calorie-smart gourmet meals to the nominee’s door daily. But the diet was no sacrifice, with menus including buffalo grilled chicken tenders, roasted baby beet salad and even coconut macaroons. As part of his customizable plan, however, he did put a few foods on his do-not-use list, including garlic, pork, duck and dairy – and, we assume, no sushi.
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The Nine star is already perfectly fit, but red carpet season is no time to lose steam – especially when her film is nominated for multiple SAG Awards and Golden Globes. The worked up a sweat recently at a gym in New York’s SoHo neighborhood while showing off abs that’ll let her rock even the most unforgiving gown.
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The Golden Globe nominee for her role in Up in the Air is getting in good condition for the big night – especially when it comes to her hair. “One of her favorite hair care lines is Davines,” the star’s stylist, Stephanie Hobgood, tells PEOPLE of the nature-inspired hair-care line. She loves the shampoos and the conditioners – especially the LOVE line.”
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Before she hit the People’s Choice Awards red carpet, the show’s , and CoverGirl spokesperson, enlisted the help of one of Hollywood’s top experts – makeup artist D’Andre Michael. “Queen’s wardrobe changes were my inspiration for her look. Since she had three changes, I wanted to create a look that would suit all of her choices” he says of how he got her ready for the night. “I decided to go with a navy-blue smoky eye, nude lips and bronzed skin.”
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Glam rocker Adam Lambert kept the emphasis on “glam” during a day of pampering and shopping at the Ole Henriksen Face/Body Spa in Los Angeles recently. The American Idol runner-up got his skin in shape with an eight-step purifying complexion treatment ($115), then hit up the spa’s store, where he dropped $165 on products including the Roll Blemish Attack, Aloe Vera Cleanser and the Balancing Cucumber Tonic – just what he needs to look flawless at the Grammy Awards.
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Cleanse time again! The came clean last week in her Goop newsletter about starting on her newest detox and dropping holiday pounds – just in time for red carpet season, of course. “I am finishing the amazing three-week-long ‘Clean’ detox program … designed by New York cardiologist and detoxification specialist Dr. Alejandro Junger,” she writes. “I followed it to the letter and I can report that it worked wonders. I feel pure and happy and much lighter.”
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“Ashley is a girl who loves to be understated and sexy,” says her hairstylist Ted Gibson – and what could be more fitting for the awards season? New Moon star has relied on Gibson’s skills and hair-care products over the past few months for her big red carpet moments. His standard strategy? “I blow her hair with Build It Blow Drying Spray and Hair Sheet styling. After blow drying, I flat iron to perfection.”