The Most Meaningful Beauty Moments at the Golden Globes
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Emma Stone’s Green, White and Purple Palette
The actress’s longtime makeup artist Rachel Goodwin was influenced by colors used during the suffragette movement — green, purple and white — to create a makeup with a message. "Once I found out that the suffragettes wore sashes, pins, petticoats and all these things in [those colors], I was like, ‘That’s what I want to do,’” says the pro, who focused the green and white on Stone’s eyes, and finished the look with a purple lip.
Saoirse Ronan’s Crimson Nails
Manicurist Michelle Saunders explains the important meaning behind the Lady Bird nominee’s manicure: “Adding to the message behind the black dress, we wanted to take it a step further with Saoirse’s nail look. Essie’s cult-favorite, Wicked, a striking bold shade was the perfect finishing touch to show her support for the movement on the red carpet this evening.”
Claire Foy’s Red Lips
Makeup artist Georgie Eisdell picked a red lip because she wanted best actress nominee Claire Foy’s makeup to be as impactful as her fashion statement. "I wanted Claire to have something bold about her look,” she explained, adding that the Chantecaille color Cerise "was a powerful and beautiful statement that paired perfectly with her suit.”
Lena Heady’s Purple Eye Shadow
Rachel Goodwin, NARS Director of PRO Artistry and Red Carpet for North America, applied a purple eye shadow with a purpose. "I [chose it] because the suffragettes believed purple was a royal color that flowed in the veins of every suffragette, it was a symbol of freedom and dignity. And Lena is just a regal woman, so I loved that idea,” she says.
Heidi Klum's Black Nails
Heidi Klum "usually goes for a nude nail or nail art for the red carpet” but — inspired by the night’s call to wear all black — the star opted to pair her symbolic dress with an onyx nail (OPI’s [tempo-ecommerce src="https://www.amazon.com/OPI-Nail-Polish-Black-Onyx/dp/B000NG4778" rel="sponsored" target="_blank">Tom Bachik.