Get the Look: Rosie Huntington-Whitely at the 2016 Golden Globes.

Looking like a golden goddess herself, Rosie Huntington Whitely looked effortless and beautiful on the red carpet of the 2016 Golden Globes. I have all of her makeup details from her makeup artist, Monika Blunder for Dior Beauty.

Rosie just came back from her holiday so she is super tanned and her skin just looks flawless, and my main focus was to keep her skin looking fresh, glowing and beautiful. I also wanted to tie the eye makeup to her stunning golden Versace gown.

I first prepped Rosie's skin using the Dior Glow Maximizer to give the skin luminosity and give the makeup more longevity, and then applied a small amount of the new Dior Forever Foundation for a smooth, glowing finish. To contour the face I used the darker shade of the new Diorblush Sculpt in Brown Contour to shade below the cheekbones, jawline, and temples.  For a bronzy effect I mixed both the lighter highlight shade and the darker brown shade in the sculpt palette together and used a fluffy brush to dab onto the parts of the face where the sun would naturally hit-cheeks, forehead and bridge of the nose.

I next softly filled in Rosie's eyebrows and accentuated the arch of the brow with the Dior Powder Eyebrow Pencil. For the eye makeup I decided to use a cream and powder shadow together for more color payoff.  I began with the new Diorshow Eyeshadow & Liner Duo in the taupe shade Twig #557, blended all over the upper eyelid.  Next I went over that with a soft wash of the bottom left golden shade of the Dior Glowing Gardens 5-Couleurs Eyeshadow Palette in Rose Garden #451.  I wanted a little bit more definition to the eyes so I used the bottom right shimmery brown shade in the outer corners and crease. I then used the Dior Eyeliner Pencil in Intense Brown on the upper and lower lash line, smudging any harsh lines for a softer effect.  Then using the black Diorshow Art Pen liquid liner, I traced just the upper lash line and extended the line slightly upwards to give the eyes an elongated effect. To finish the eyes, I coated the upper and lower lashes with Diorshow Mascara.

For lips, I used the Dior Addict Lip Glow to moisturize, and then as she has naturally pigmented lips I went with Dior Addict Lipstick in #535, a sheer beige-y mauve. For a final touch, Iused the new Diorskin Nude Air Illuminating Powder in #002 to accentuate Rosie's beautiful complexion, brushing along the top of the cheekbones, cupid's bow, and inner corners of the eyes." - Monika Blunder

Dior Glow Maximizer Light Boosting Primer
NEW Diorskin Forever Foundation in #030 Medium Beige (Launching Jan 2016)
NEW Diorblush Sculpt Professional Contouring Powder Blush in #004 Brown Contour (Jan 2016)
NEW Diorskin Nude Air 'Glowing Gardens' Illuminating Powder in #002 Glowing Nude (Jan 2016**)

Dior 'Sourcils Poudre' Powder Eyebrow Pencil in #433 Ash Blonde
NEW Dior 5 Couleurs Eyeshadow Palette in #451 Rose Garden (Jan 2016**)
NEW Diorshow Colour & Contour Eyeshadow & Liner Duo in Twig #557 (Jan 2016**)
Diorshow Art Pen Intense Professional Felt-Tip Eyeliner in #095 Catwalk Black
Dior Waterproof Eyeliner Pencil in #594 Intense Brown
Diorshow Mascara in #090 Pro Black

Dior Addict Lip Glow Color Awakening Balm in #001
Dior Addict Lipstick in #535 Tailleur Bar

Get the Look: Emmy Rossum at the 2016 Golden Globes.

Emmy Rossum was rocking the red lip and looking Hollywood GLAM at the 2016 Golden Globes and I couldn't wait to see what she was wearing. I was pleasantly surprised to get the details on her look to hear that is was all Rimmel London. Her celebrity makeup artist was Jo Baker and she shared with all of the details with me.

Cat eye and a red lip combo have been around for decades so the way I made his feel modern and fresh is by allowing the two colors black and red to feel uncomplicated. No eyeshadow, no extra shimmer on the face just the bold liner and red lip - super sexy and ultra feminine.”

Emmy Rossum at the 2016 Golden Globes

image via Rimmel London PR


Jo started by smoothing over a tiny amount of Rimmel London Exaggerate Eyeshadow Primer all over the naked lid of each eye, allowing it to sit for a couple of minutes, which helps keep eyeliner clean and in place for extended wear. She wanted the only two colors for this look to be Emmy’s jet black liner and lashes, and the red lid so she traced a rough guideline on each eye using Rimmel London Exaggerate in Smoke n Shine gel liner. She used a fine brush smudging it deep into the lash line for a deep and dramatic base for the liquid liner. Once both eyes were symmetrical and balanced using the fine liner brush, Jo swooped up the edges on the outer eye line, winging them up and out to create lift and elongating Emmy’s lash line.

*JO’S TIP*: “I took the brush I had used before with only the remaining product on the brush. This dry sketch technique gives you full control to design your liner with ease, making it easy to correct or wipe liner into shape until your content with both eyes.”

Jo gave this base liner time to set and dry before reaching for Rimmel London Scandaleyes Thick & Thin Eyeliner. “This calligraphy style applicator and pigment rich black ink is a staple for doing cat eyes in my kit,” says Jo. Starting half way across the lid in short strokes, she applied the Rimmel London Scandaleyes Thick & Thin Eyeliner on top of her guideline. Using the fine point of liner, she swiped a fine line close to Emmy’s inner lash line, starting off by making a thin line and then thickening as she swipe dacross the lid. When it comes to the flick at the outer corners, she tilted the Scandaleyes Thick & Thin Eyeliner tip and used the thicker flat part of brush to fill in and lift the edges.

*JO’S TIP*: “Have a damp Q tip handy and use it to push any liner away that is too close to the inner eye/tear duct area. This will prevent it from becoming messy later on as there is more moisture near this part of the eye.”

Next, it was time to add show-stopping lashes. Jo chose mascara that would help open Emmy’s eyes and keep her lashes feathery and nicely curled for hours. With no need for your lash curler, Rimmel London’s new SuperCurler 24hr Mascara gives a dramatic even curl that can last for up to 24hrs! The curved brush enables you to pack on a couple of layers quickly.

*JO’S TIP*: “I recommend turning the mascara wand vertically and using the point to apply further mascara near the root of your lashes to increase volume and further lift!”


Jo wanted Emmy’s skin to be flawless but not overdone with a subtle hint of blush, with main focus on the eye and a killer head-turning red lip.  Before she applied a light base, she smoothed over a thin veil of Rimmel London Lasting Finish Primer, which guarantees to perfect the skin’s surface and keep your foundation in place for up to 8hrs. Next she opted for Rimmel London Stay Matte Liquid Mouse Foundation. Featherlight and creamy on application with a lasting oil free formula means its a foolproof product for a red carpet moment. She mixed #trueivory and #ivory together and applied it all over her face and a little on her neck and shoulders. Jo didn’t want to add any prominent color to Emmy’s cheeks, she wanted to give her a sculpted look to enhance her cheekbones. Grabbing her treasured Sculpting Palette Designed by Kate Moss for Rimmel in Coral Glow, she softly swiped long brushstrokes upwards in the hollow of Emmy's cheeks, using the middle color #2 - this helps the skin look healthy and adds dimension to Emmy’s face.


For the grand finale, there was one grand-slam color, which stood out to both Emmy and Jo. Rimmel London’s new The One And Only Lipstick in Best of the Best is a brilliant true red with incredible pigment-rich finish. This scarlet red shade complemented Emmy’s look perfectly.


A couple of coats of Rimmel London Brow This Way clear brow gel really holds any unruly hairs in place. Emmy has great brows so this was all Jo needed to finesse and frame her eye area.

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