The Best Beauty Looks at the 2019 Golden Globes
Always one to make a statement with her makeup, the Black Panther actress stayed true to her risk-taking ways, coordinating striking blue eyelashes and shadow with her embellished dress. Pro Nick Barose lined the inner rims of her lower lash lines with Lancôme Drama Liqui-Pencil in Cote d Azur. Then he playes up her lashes by applying blue falsies (Lashify Gossamer Royal Blue in C 12) on the outer corners.
Lady Gaga’s Matchy-Matchy Moment
The A Star is Born actress and winner for Best Song made an unforgettable entrance (though we’d expect nothing less) with a sculptural bun the same hue as her Valentino Couture gown. "This awards season we wanted to really bring Gaga to Hollywood by showing it through her Cerulean blue hair," says hairstylist Frederic Aspiras, who used Joico's Blonde Life Brightening Mask to preserve teh health of her hair.
Sandra Oh’s Nod to Old Hollywood
The Golden Globes co-host made an unforgettable entrance with asymmetrical waves. Hairstylist Ted Gibson tells PEOPLE that her faux bob was inspired “by actresses from the ‘30s and ‘40s." He contunies,"I used my Starring Shooting Star Texture Meringue throughout her damp hair [to help] control frizz, soften the cuticle, and add shine for this red carpet look."
Amber Heard’s Crimson Lips
One surefire way to own the red carpet is with a show-stopping lip color. The L’Oréal Paris spokeswoman did just that with this brazen red shade, L'Oréal Paris Rouge Signature, Lasting Matte Liquid Lipstick in I am Worth It.
Gina Rodriguez’s Gorgeous Glow
Rodriguez always wins with her mega-watt smile, but tonight we’re also coveting the Miss Bala star’s luminous skin. Makeup artist Carissa Ferrerri highlighted the star’s cheeks using CoverGirl’s Full Spectrum highlighting palette, and “even used the same highlighter color on the crease of her eyelids to tie everything together and to make her look like she was glowing from within,” she reveals.
Emily Blunt’s Updo
The nominee topped off her dazzling Alexander McQueen dress with a twisted and braided chignon. “The look is Joan of Arc inspired,” explains hairstylist Laini Reeves, who completed the look with The One by Frédéric Fekkai One and Then Some Dry Texturizing Spray "so Emily’s hair became texturized for a bulkier, fuller braid.”
Thandie Newton’s Smoky Eyes
Julia Roberts’s Effortless Waves
It's officially time the style icon's hair recieved a lifetime achievement award.
Nicole Kidman’s Bow
As if the actress’s red lip (makeup artist Angela Levin used the "Instinct" shade from fellow Neutrogena Brand Ambassador Kerry Washington’s Force of Nature palette) wasn’t gorgeous enough, she made a lasting impression with a velvet hair accessory by Jennifer Behr. "We thought a black bow would be the perfect touch to this chic and striking look," says hairstylist Kylee Heath, who finished the look with TRESemmé TRES Two Unscented Extra Hold Hair Spray.
Taraji P. Henson’s Everything
Taraji. Slayed. The. Red. Carpet. Period. Says her makeup artist Ashunta Sheriff, "We wanted to showcase her smooth, radiant skin.” Her must-haves for Henson's glow? Dermaflash 2.0 Luxe, an exfoliating facial treatmentthe Boss Babe The Glow Bronzer from her namesake collection Ashunta Sheriff Beauty (created in partnership with Your Name Professional Brands).
Jamie Lee Curtis’s Icy Pixie
White gown. White hair. White hot! The Halloween actress turned heads with her Alexander McQueen gown and new hue.
Ricky Martin’s Highlights
The singer added a hint of color—in the form of sun-kissed strands—to his black-and-white ensemble.