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Monday
Jan162012

Get the Look: Debra Messing at the 2012 Golden Globes.

 

Celebrity makeup artist Jeannia Robinette created Debra Messing's look for the 69th annual Golden Globes using all tarte products.

Overall Inspiration: "Debra said she wanted knock-em-dead eyes. She wanted a super smoky dramatic look, so we made it all about glamorous eyes, and accentuated them with a shiny, natural nude gloss on the lips."
 
Makeup-complexion
To begin, Jeannia used tarte's Amazonian clay 12-hour full coverage foundation with Broad Spectrum SPF 15, applied with tarte's new airbrush finish bamboo foundation brush.
She added a touch of sheen with tarte's new maracuja blush & glow brightening luminizer and cheek tint in candlelight on the tops of her cheekbones and around her temples.
She then used Amazonian clay bronzer in park ave princess to contour on the hollows of the cheek.
Makeup-cheeks
To make her cheekbones pop, she used tarte's new Amazonian clay 12-hour blush in buff a warm nude with a touch of shimmer, on the apples of her cheeks and along her cheekbones.
Makeup-eyes
She lined the inner rims of the eyes with tarte's emphasEYES™ high-definition inner rim eyeliner black pencil.
Then she smudged smolderEYES Amazonian clay waterproof liner in golden black along the lash line, followed by smolderEYES Amazonian clay waterproof liner in olive, which added the perfect hint of green to complement her earrings.
She followed by tapping on Amazonian clay cream shadow in shimmering moss to set the look and strike the perfect balance of black and green.
For loads of volume and dramatic separation on her upper lashes, Jeannia used two coats of tarte's light, camera, lashes! clinically-proven mascara, which made her eyes pop.
She finished by swiping tarte's new the bright side double-ended eye brightener under her brow bones and in the very inner-corners of her eyes to add an instant brightening effect.
 
Makeup-lips
To complete Debra's sexy, Hollywood glam look, Jeannia filled her lips with tarte's LipSurgence™ lip luster in buff, then added major shine with tarte's new maracuja divine shine lip gloss in glisten.

Sunday
Jan152012

Get the Look: Lea Michele at the 2012 Golden Globes.

 

Lea Michele's hair was created by Dove Celebrity Stylist Mark Townsend for this years Golden Globe Awards.


 “Lea's Marchesa gown inspired me to create a romantic and sexy French twist with lots of texture,” said Mark.
-          “I started by applying a large dollop of the Dove® Style+Care™ Nourishing Curls Whipped Cream Mousse to her damp hair. I scrunched the hair with my hands as I blew the hair dry, encouraging her natural waves.”
-          “Next I sprayed Dove® Style+Care™ Thermal Replenishment Spray on 2-inch sections of hair and then wrapped each section around a 1-inch curling iron.”
-          “When all of the hair was curled, I sprayed loads of Oribe Dry Texture Spray all over and then gathered the hair into a French twist and secured with Bobby pins. My new favorite trick with updo's is to spray my hair pins with Dove® Refresh+Care Invigorating Dry Shampoo before placing them in the hair, this creates a good kind of friction that keeps the pins from slipping.”
-          “I finished by spraying the Dove® Style+Care™ Strength & Shine Extra Hold Hairspray all over to keep her hair in place all night.”

Sunday
Jan152012

Get the Look: Nicole Richie at the 2012 Golden Globe Awards.

 

I loved Nicole Richie's glamorous and super high ponytail at this years Golden Globe Awards. Her look was created by Jenny Cho for Suave Professional Stylists.

To recreate her pony at home, follow the steps Jenny outlined below:

1. Sleek, smooth styles are all the rage. Nicole Richie worked it, thanks to the Suave Professionals Keratin Infusion System. Copycat it quickly: Spray Suave Professionals Keratin Infusion Dry Shampoo directly at the root, crown and front of hair. Use your dryer to work in excess powder, and brush through to refresh hair before styling.

2. Pull-up and section-off hair around crown, then tease to create volume; set aside.

3. Use a brush to smooth-out the hair on the sides and back. Pull the back section of hair into a ponytail, securing it with an elastic.

4. Take a side section and wrap around the ponytail, securing with a bobby pin. Take the opposite side and also wrap around the pony, securing with a bobby pin. Lastly, take the teased crown section and lightly smooth and brush back over the ponytail.

5. Work a dime-size amount of Suave Professionals Keratin Infusion Smooth & Shine Serum into the palms of your hands, then delicately smooth ponytail strands and eliminate flyaways.

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