Lifestyle Style Golden Globes 2011 DIY Beauty Sandra Bullock's blunt bangs! Jennifer Lopez's diva drama makeup! Get the step-by-step how-to from the celebs' hair and make-up pros to recreate Hollywood's best red carpet looks By Alex Apatoff Alex Apatoff Instagram Twitter Alex Apatoff is the Executive Editor of PEOPLE Digital. She has been with the brand for more than a decade, holding various roles on the Style and Beauty team before becoming the site's Lifestyle Director to coordinate the work across the commerce, evergreen, features and marketing teams. Prior to her role at PEOPLE, Alex worked at Us Weekly (where, among other things, she oversaw the Fashion Police pages) and graduated from Northwestern University with a Bachelors in Journalism. People Editorial Guidelines and Hana Choi Published on January 18, 2011 10:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email 01 of 12 SANDRA BULLOCK'S HAIR Steve Granitz/WireImage Full fringe and textured ends created by celebrity hairstylist David Babaii gave the actress a dramatic look at the Golden Globe Awards.Four Easy Steps 1: Apply a small amount of Couture Colour Pequi Oil Treatment (available March 2011) to damp hair.2: After blow drying hair straight, section hair, separating the bangs before pinning up sides and back.3: Starting at the nape, re-apply the oil treatment to each section and straighten using an IT&LY Hairfashion Digital Flat Iron.4: Warm a touch of the oil in hands and run over the top to smooth fly-aways. 02 of 12 CLAIRE DANE'S MAKEUP Kyle Rover/Startraks To complement her simple dress, makeup artist Matin used Laura Mercier products to achieve fresh-faced glow.Four Easy Steps 1: Even skin-tone with Creme Smooth Foundation in Golden Beige set with Invisible Powder.2: Define eyes with Black Turquoise and Black Extreme liner, then smoke out with Luster Eye Color in Topaz and Matte Eye Color in Coffee Ground.3: Highlight cheekbones with Shimmer Bloc in Golden Mosaic and add Second Skin Cheek Color in Rose Petal.4: Keep the lip neutral with a mix of Bonbon and Bare Beige Lip Glace. 03 of 12 JENNIFER LOPEZ'S MAKEUP Chris Delmas/Visual Press Makeup artist Mary Phillips used L’Oréal Paris products on the brand’s to create a dramatic ’70s look.Four Easy Steps1: Prime skin with Studio Secrets Professional Color Correcting Primer.2: Top with Studio Secrets Professional Magic Smooth Soufflé for a soft, matte effect.3: Ramp up the drama with liquid liner, then apply three coats of Voluminous Million Lashes Mascara in Blackest Black.4: Contrast the dramatic eye with a light lip, using Infallible Le Rouge in Perpetual Peach. 04 of 12 JANUARY JONES'S HAIR Jason Merritt/Getty Fekkai hairstylist Renato Campora channeled old Hollywood glamour with a modern twist for the Mad Men star using the brand’s products.Four Easy Steps1: Apply Advanced Full Blown Styling Whip to wet hair followed by Coiff Contrôle Ironless Straightening Balm.2: Part hair to the side and blow dry using a round brush.3: Hot-roller hair for 10 minutes.4: Finish off with Coiff Sheer Hold Hairspray for all-night hold. 05 of 12 MEGAN FOX'S MAKEUP Steve Granitz/WireImage Giorgio Armani Beauty ambassador balanced sweet and sexy thanks to a makeup look created by Monika Blunder, using the line’s products.Four Easy Steps1: Line eyes with black Maestro Liquid Eyeliner.2: Layer on dark pink and purple eye shadow tones including Maestro #12, #18 and #38 and finish with Eyes to Kill Excess Mascara.3: Get flushed cheeks with Blending Blush Duo #4, a rose and raspberry combo.4: Add Rouge d’Armani lipstick in coral #506, topped with champagne-hued Lip Shimmer #22. 06 of 12 AMY ADAMS'S HAIR Steve Granitz/WireImage “I wanted to create a soft ’20s mood, but in a different, modern way,” says Laini Reeves of the hairstyle she created for the best actress nominee using Moroccanoil products. “We started by changing the texture of her hair before we went on to loosely braid and roll the chignon.”Four Easy Steps 1: Apply Hydrating Styling Cream from roots to ends on damp hair and rough dry.2: Make a side part and curl using a 1-in. Iron, framing the face with front sections.3: Gather and pull back the rest of hair, making a loose braid that you double up, roll upwards and pin at the nape. Use five thick bobby pins to secure the style in place.4: Release front sections and pin them behind the ear, finishing with a mist of Luminous Hairspray. 07 of 12 OLIVIA WILDE'S MAKEUP Kyle Rover/Startraks Makeup artist Spencer Barnes used Nars products to create a “youthful, coquette-ish” look that balanced her high-drama Marchesa dress.Four Easy Steps1: Prep skin with Sheer Glow foundation.2: Top Pro-Prime Smudge-Proof Eyeshadow Base with a mix of pale gold Hollywoodland Eye Shadow Pencil and lilac-and-gold Nouveau Monde Eye Shadow Powder Duo.3: Line eyes with chocolate Mambo Eyeliner Pencil and sweep on Larger Than Life Mascara.4: Top Pure Matte Lipstick in nude pink Madere with hot pink Super Orgasm Lip Gloss. 08 of 12 NICOLE KIDMAN'S HAIR Steve Granitz/WireImage went Studio-54-chic with a ’70s-inspired hairstyle created by David Babaii.Four Easy Steps1: Apply a small amount of Couture Colour Pequi Oil Treatment (available March 2011) to damp hair.2: Divide hair into top, sides and back sections, leaving the nape as a starting point.3: Dry each section straight with an IT&LY Hairfashion Blow Dryer and a medium round brush.4: Wrap small sections of hair around a round brush, blasting with hot hair to create the curl and cool air to set the curl. 09 of 12 MICHELLE WILLIAMS'S MAKEUP Jason Merritt/Getty “We were inspired by the classic beauty of Jean Seberg and Mia Farrow,” makeup artist Jeanine Lobell says of using Chanel products to play up the pixie cut.Four Easy Steps 1: Perfect skin with Vitalumiere Aqua foundation in B10.2: Highlight cheeks with pink-coral Espiegle powder blush.3: Keep the eye neutral with a slate-and-nude shadow, then sweep on mascara.4: Finish with Rouge Coco Lip Colour in coral Chalys, for a modern finish. 10 of 12 ANNE HATHAWAY'S HAIR Steve Granitz/WireImage Fresh waves complement the best actress nominee s embroidered Armani Privé gown, in a look created by Adir Abergel using Fekkai products.Four Easy Steps1: Apply Advanced Full Blown Volume Styling Whip and Coiff Bouffant Lifting and Texturizing Spray Gel roots to ends and rough dry.2: Using a 1-in. barrel iron, curl hair away from face. Clip into pin curls to cool.3: Let hair fall naturally into a bohemian center part.4: Set with Coiff Sheer Hold Hairspray. 11 of 12 DIANNA AGRON'S RETRO GLAMOUR Gilbert Flores/CelebrityPhoto The actress “was all about a bold, dark lip to offset her gorgeous white dress,” says makeup artist Angela Levin of her inspiration for the Glee star’s glam look.Four Easy Steps 1: Even complexion with Clé de Peau foundation.2: Define eyebrows using Chanel Precision Brow Definer in Blond Clair.3: Line eyes with brown liner, then add definition with Chanel Ombres Contraste Duo in Khaki-Clair. Layer on two coats of Chanel Inimitable Mascara in Noir.4: Fill in lips lined with Bobbi Brown Lip Liner in Henna with Chanel Rouge Coco Lip Colour in crushed-grape Ballet Russe. 12 of 12 EMMA STONE'S HAIR Kyle Rover/Startraks TRESemmé celebrity stylist Mara Roszak complemented the newly blonde actress s sleek look with an elegant chignon, using the brand’s products.Four Easy Steps 1: Apply Fresh Start No Frizz Crème to damp hair and blow dry using a round brush.2: Secure hair into a ponytail, smoothing hair and keeping height at the crown.3: Divide ponytail in half and twist the two halves around each other. Holding the ends firmly, wrap the twisted hair into a bun, pinning as you go.4: Set with TRES Two Extra Hold Hairspray.