Get the Look: Kirsten Dunst at the 2016 Golden Globe Awards.

Kirsten Dunst was striking and her makeup was smoky as she walked the red carpet tonight before the Golden Globe awards.

Her her makeup artist, Pati Dubroff on Kirsten's look for the night:

The black velvet dress with a deep, plunging V front that Kirsten wore was very sensual and sexy in a dark and stormy way. I was inspired by a John Singer Sargent painting of Madame X with the contrast of creamy skin and rich black. There is also a rock and roll vibe--a bit of Debbie Harry and a stormy sky--dark eyes, apricot mouth and velvet pale skin.

Just as important as putting on the makeup is making sure the face is well cleaned when the night is over! Since this is such a full-on eye makeup look, I left Kirsten with a cleansing set up in her bathroom including Simple Skincare Micellar Cleansing Water and Simple Skincare Micellar Make-Up Remover Wipes.”

Get the look:


1.       For Kirsten, I prepped skin on the face and body with Simple Skincare Replenishing Rich Moisturizer, focusing on arms and back

2.       The skin has a velvety finish and is mattified--no highlights on skin--I wanted it to feel like velvet


3.       There is a soft flush of peach on the cheek using CHANEL Sunkiss Ribbon Blush in Harmony very sparingly on tops of cheekbones

4.       The eye look is dark and stormy. I first used a generous amount of CHANEL Stylo Yeux Waterproof Eyeliner in Noir Intense along upper and lower lash line corners and inner rim

5.       I then smudged and used CHANEL Stylo Yeux Waterproof Eyeliner in Purple Choc from lashline up to crease and blended

6.       CHANEL Ombre Essentielle Eyeshadow in 47 Ebony was used to create a lot of drama in the crease and undereye and then slightly winged out

7.       A touch of NARS Dual-Intensity Shadow in Subra, a deep eggplant tone, made her blue eyes pop

8.       On top of lids, I added a sheer amount of CHANEL Illusion D’Ombre Eyeshadow in 85 Mirifique to add a bit of dark sheen

9.       I used several coats of CHANEL Le Volume Mascara in Noir


10.   On the brow bone I used a touch of CHANEL Illusion D’Ombre Eyeshadow in 118 Moonlight Pink

11.   Brows are defined, but not darkened, using Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer in Taupe


12.   For lips, we wanted a shade that had a pop of apricot, since apricots have a mélange of tones

13.   I used a bright shade first--CHANELRouge Coco Stylo in 204 Article

14.   On top and in the center of lips I used CHANELRouge Coco Stylo in 218 Script