Entries in Golden Globes Beauty (41)


Golden Globes Beauty: Julianne Moore.

Giannandrea, hairstylist for Julianne Moore, created a modern, romatic look for Julianne Moore.

How to get the look:

  • Began by applying Kérastase Volumactive Mousse & Kérastase Nectar Thermique to her wet hair
  • This created volume and texture while protecting the hair from the heat of the blow-dryer
  • He then parted her hair down the middle to create a modern aesthetic
  • Following, he twisted the hair to the side and created a pony/tail twist style
  • He finished with Kérastase Elixir Ultime to create a healthy, finish that had a touchable, healthy shine

Golden Globes Beauty: Michelle Williams.

Makeup Artist Jeanine Lobell applied the fresh spring makeup look worn by Michelle Williams at this years Golden Globes Awards.

Beauty Inspiration:
"We were inspired by the classic beauty of Jean Seberg and Mia Farrow. Luminous fresh skin was key, and a super lashed eye gave a nod to those class

ic beauties. A fresh coral lip kept the look modern and new.”

Beauty Tip:
“As a base, I used a new foundation from CHANEL, Vitalumiere Aqua in B10 (available in March). It’s a super light, sheer formula with great coverage.  On Michelle’s cheeks, I used CHANEL Powder Blush in Espiegle, a beautiful shimmery pink-coral.  Her eyes were Kevyn Aucoin Essential Eye Shadow Palette #2, and applied two coats of Kevyn Aucoin Lash Curler Volume Mascara.  I set her brows with CHANEL Perfect Brows.  Finally, on her lips I used CHANEL Rouge Coco Lip Colour in Chalys.”


Golden Globes Beauty: January Jones.

Makeup Artist Rachel Goodwin did the gorgrous makeup for January Jones at this years Golden Globe awards.

Beauty Inspiration:
"January's look was all about strength - there was nothing demure about it! I wanted to go for a super strong brow, and a high gloss red lip.  90's supermodel meets old Hollywood glamour!"

Beauty Tip:
"The makeup was simple with two strong elements.  I prepped her skin with CHANEL Sublimage Concentrate. I then sculpted her cheeks with CHANEL Bronzing Makeup Base.  On her lids, I used a wash of champagne coloured shadow, CHANEL So

ft Touch Eyeshadow in Liberty.  I created a strong, bold defined brow with the CHANEL Perfect Brows palette, and applied two coats of CHANEL Inimitable Intense Mascara in Noir.  Finally, I knew I wanted to go for a glossy red lip as opposed to a matte red, to keep the look fresh and not too retro.  I used an amazing red gloss, CHANEL Rouge Allure Extrait de Gloss in Excess, to complete January’s strong red carpet look.”

Frederic Fekkai Celebrity Stylist Renato Campora created a timeless and elegant style for the Mad Men star. 


Campora was inspired by the styles of the 1960’s, which he believes is one of the most striking decades for beauty. His look created for January channels old Hollywood glamour, with a modern twist that is full of volume and timeless elegance.


On wet hair, Campora began by applying Fekkai Advanced Full Blown Styling Whip to create volume and Fekkai Coiff™ Contrôle Ironless Straightening Balm to smooth out the hair.  He parted the hair to the side and blow dried using a round brush.  To create waves, he put hair in hot rollers and let them sit for 10 minutes.  Once he took the rollers out, Campora brushed through the hair creating volume and constructing shape for the style. To finish off her look, Renato sprayed Fekkai Coiff™ Sheer Hold Hairspray for all night hold.