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The Best Beauty Looks from the Golden Globe Awards

While the stars were reliably flawless at this year's Golden Globe Awards, most played it fairly safe on the beauty front, choosing voluminous updos, soft waves, and neutral makeup. Here are a few of our favorite Globes hair and makeup looks, along with expert tips on how to get them at home.
  • Kate Beckinsale

    To re-create Kate’s modern, tousled updo, Pureology PureArtist Natasha Sunshine recommends applying Pureology Fortifying Heat Spray and Root Lift to damp hair, then blow-drying with a flat brush. Next, create a high ponytail and apply a small amount of AntiBreakage Twist to create texture and definition. Tease the ponytail slightly with a comb and then twist it around the base, securing with bobby pins. (visit Pureology.com for salons)

  • Laura Dern

    Celebrity tanning expert Fiona Locke personally created a customized skin finish for Laura Dern. Get Dern’s glow by using St. Tropez Wash Off Instant Glow Body Lotion (_$18, Sttropeztan.com). This lightweight lotion allows you to have a perfect tan instantly, without orange streaks or unpredictable results, and washes off at the end of the day. For the ultimate polished look, finish with a dusting of St. Tropez Bronzing Rocks across the cheekbones, collarbones, and décolleté. (_$40, Sttropeztan.com)

  • Michelle Williams

    To instantly glam-ify a pretty pixie cut, add a fun hair accessory, like this black ribbon-wrapped headband from Juicy Couture, adorned with a festive clutch of stones. (_$29.90, Nordstrom.com)

  • Tina Fey

    Hairstylist Richard Marin used Oribe Hair Care products to create Tina Fey’s sexy voluminous waves. He applied Oribe Crème for Style (_$34, Barneys.com) on her damp hair before blow-drying with a round boar-bristle brush. Once Tina’s hair was dry, he misted Oribe Royal Blowout Heat Styling Spray (_$42, Neiman Marcus) and then used a Remington Keratin Therapy 1” Flat Iron (_$49.99, Remingtonproducts.com) to create soft, shiny waves. To finish, he flipped Tina’s hair upside down and sprayed Oribe Impermeable Anti-Humidity Spray (_$38. Barneys.com) to create hold with lots of volume.

  • Sarah Michelle Gellar

    In a sea of actresses wearing safe neutrals, Sarah Michelle Gellar stood out with her beautiful periwinkle eye makeup. Get the look by applying a shadow primer, then shading lids with L’Oréal Studio Secrets Professional Eye Shadow in Violet Petal ($4.79, drugstores). Sweep the shadow along the lower lash line, line both the upper and lower rims with black powder liner, then finish with black mascara.

  • Sofia Vergara

    Redken Creative Consultant for Color Tracey Cunningham created the ombre color look Sofia wore on the red carpet by applying Redken Blonde Dimensions and Shades EQ Gloss to lighten hair while preserving shine and softness. Brand Ambassador Rodney Cutler recommends getting her sleek style by blow-drying with aflat brush, using a mix of Redken Sheer Straight 06 Lightweight Straightening Gel (_$15.50, Redken.com) and All Soft Argan-6 Multi-Care Oil (_$29, Redken.com) Finish by going over the ends with a flat iron.

  • Kate Winslet

    Avon Global Creative Color Director Jillian Dempsey created Kate Winslet’s soft, sophisticated makeup look, using Avon MagiX Face Perfector to even out skin tone and stop shine (_$10, Shop.avon.com). Next she applied Lancôme Hypnôse Doll Lashes Mascara in So Black! (_$26, Lancome-usa.com), Stila Convertible Color in Lillium on the cheeks for a rosy glow (_$25, Stilacosmetics.com), and Lancôme’s new Rouge in Love Lipstick in Delicate Lace (_$25, Lancome-usa.com)

    On her hands, Kate wore Tiny Dancer, a sweet ballet-pink lacquer by Deborah Lippmann, to complement her simple monochromatic dress and neutral makeup without distracting from the real bling of the evening—her award for Best Actress in a TV Miniseries or Movie. (_$16, Deborahlippmann.com)

  • Freida Pinto

    Freida’s stunning half-up style is perfect for a red carpet or just a day at the office. To get it, start by blow-drying hair using a straightening balm like Redken Align 12 Protective Straightening Lotion (_$16.50, Redken.com), which protects against heat damage and helps control frizz. With hair dried and straightened, gather the top section, starting just above the ears, and flip forward. Use a fine-tooth comb to gently tease the bottom layer of that section, then smooth the top layer of hair over the volumized section. Secure with a barrette or bobby pins near the crown of the head and finish with a spritz of Redken Quick Dry 18 Instant Finishing Spray (_$14.50, Redken.com) to keep the style in place.

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