Here's how these celebrities got their winning Golden Globes makeup looks
On camera glamour
If you're into celebrity watching, the Golden Globes is like an explosion of stardom, where people from the (now prestigious) TV world and film world meet, congratulate themselves and perhaps drink a bit too much free champagne. We know the #timesup campaign and all-black outfits were a big talking point this year, as well as giving women's rights activists a voice on the red carpet. But if you couldn't help but wonder what makeup some celebrities were wearing on their faces anyway, we're here to indulge your curiosity. Here's the lowdown.
Though not officially present at the actual Golden Globes, model and sometime actress, the gorgeous Emily R sizzled in orange-red eyeshadow courtesy of Marc Jacobs Beauty and celebrity makeup artist Hung Vanngo at the after-parties.
Key products used: All Marc Jacobs Beauty. Genius Gel Super-Charged Oil-Free Foundation in Golden Deep 46, O!mega Bronzer Perfect Tan in Tantric, Highliner Matte Gel Eye Crayon Eyeliner in Fine(wine), Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette in Glambition, Velvet Noir Major Volume Mascara and New Nudes Sheer Gel Lipstick in Eat Cake 150.
Top tip: "The eye makeup is where we had some fun," said Hung Vanngo. He started by lining her entire waterline and upper and lower lash lines with Marc Jacobs Beauty Highliner Matte Gel Eye Crayon Eyeliner in Fine(wine) 47, a suede red shade, extending it past the outer corner of the eye. Hung then used The Smudge Brush to smudge the lines. Next, he used the Eye-conic Multi-finish Eyeshadow Palette in Scandalust and mixed two shades, 'They Call Her' and 'Scandalous', to create a rich, red shade and then applied the shadows on her entire crease and lower lash lines, extending outward and upward. He then used the shade 'That's Why' from the same palette to blend the edges. Lastly, Hung applied two thick coats of Velvet Noir Major Volume Mascara on Ratajkowski's top and bottom lashes.
How gorgeous and grown up is former child actress and singer Sabrina Carpenter, who was in Disney's Girl Meets World? Her refined and sophisticated makeup look — that has a slight '60s vibe — is again courtesy of the talented Hung Vanngo.
Key products used: All Marc Jacobs Beauty. Super-Charged Oil-Free Foundation In Ivory Light 10, Marc Jacobs Beauty Dew Drops Coconut Gel Highlighter, Highliner Matte Gel Eye Crayon Eyeliner In (Earth)Quake, Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette In Glambition, Velvet Noir Major Volume Mascara, Brow Wow Defining Longwear Eyebrow Pencil In Medium Brown 6, Poutliner Longwear Lip Liner Pencil In Nude(Ist) 300, New Nudes Sheer Gel Lipstick In Screen Test 118.
Top tip: For the eyes, Hung rimmed Carpenter's upper top and bottom waterlines with a dark brown shade, and then drew a thin line along the top lash line, extending outward. He then blended this into a soft smudgy liner using a brush. Hung then applied the shade 'Infamous' from the palette as a wash across her entire crease and along the bottom lashes. He then used the shade 'She Was' from the same palette on the corner of her eyes and one the browbones. Finally, her lashes were thickened and defined with two coats of mascara — on both the top and bottom lashes. And although it wasn't mentioned, we're pretty sure Carpenter is using false lashes to add drama to her look as well.
Can Zoë Kravitz ever make a misstep when it comes to her makeup? We think not. The Yves Saint Laurent Beauté ambassador was decked out in both the brand's fashion and makeup, sporting a subtle, flick of cat-eye liner and a stunning shade of matte, orange-red lippie that played beautifully against her show-stopping emerald earrings.
Key products: All Yves Saint Laurent Beauté. Touche Éclat Foundation in B50 and B70, Eyeliner Effet Faux Cils in Shocking #1, Full Metal Shadow in #17 and #11, Volume Effect Faux Cils, Tatouage Couture in #12, Bronzing Stones in #2 and Blush Volupté in #8.
Top tip: To create her precise lip, makeup artist Lisa Storey first applied her matte liquid lipstick with a brush, but then blotted it to soften the line. She chose the orangey-red shade to complement Kravitz's bronzed complexion.