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Between the provocative one-shoulder Badgley Mischka gown skimming over her baby bump and her tousled, sensual waves, actress and mother-to-be Jane Krakowski looked as if she’d stepped out of the ‘60s film classic La Dolce Vita at the 68th Annual Golden Globes Awards.
“Jane’s look is a nod to the glamour and sensuality of ‘50s and ‘60s European stars such as Anita Ekberg and Brigitte Bardot,” says celebrity stylist Creighton Bowman of Exclusive Artists Management. “And now that Jane is expecting, she’s more glowing and beautiful than ever,” says Creighton. “I wanted to show that moms-to-be are sexy too!” Here’s how Creighton created Jane’s alluring look.
Heidi Klum attended the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California, Sunday, January 16, 2011. Klum rocked the red carpet with glamorous 70’s inspired makeup at this year’s Golden Globe Awards. Klum emphasized her eyes with a playful combination of plum and chocolate hues, while her extra long lashes added a hint of drama to this sophisticated look. The soft and subtle peach cheek and lip kept Klum looking radiant and fresh faced, providing an all over glow, perfect for the red carpet.
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NARS worked with celebrity makeup artist Spencer Barnes to create presenter Olivia Wilde’s glowing makeup look for the 68th annual Golden Globe Awards.
“Olivia’s look was inspired by images she collected of what she refers to as ‘the French girl.’ I wanted her skin to be fresh and clean with eyes that extended outward. Touches of rose gold and sheer pink-veiled lips completed her youthful coquette-ish look,” Spencer said.
Below is a list of products that Spencer used, including the soon-to-be-released Velvet Gloss Lip Pencil!
2011 Golden Globes nominee for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Feature Film, Amy Adams, looked radiant as she wore a gorgeous strapless Marchesa gown with her fabulous red hair worn in a flowing, back-braided updo created by celebrity stylist Laini Reeves.
Laini Reeves explains how the look was styled:
“I wanted to create a soft 20’s mood, but in a different, modern way. We started by changing the texture of her hair before we went on to loosely braid and roll the chignon. Amy has a beautiful, full and thick head of hair and a nice, natural wave. We started by washing her hairwith Moroccanoil® Moisture Repair Shampoo which infuses the hairwith argan oil, keratins, fatty acids, and proteins. Combined with Moroccanoil® Moisture Repair Conditioner, it immediately controlled the hair and left itsmoother, frizz free and easy to manage and style.
RUSK Official Spokesperson and Entertainment Tonight Co-host Nancy O’Dell looked stunning in red as she caught up with celebs at last nights 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Hitting the red carpet long into the night, O’Dell knew she needed her hair to stay in place and look fabulous for hours, so celebrity hairstylist Bobby H. Grayson created an elegant chignon.
Nancy O’Dell and Jake Gyllenhaal at the 2011 Golden Globes
Today, Grayson is sharing with Marta Walsh his step-by-step tips for re-creating Nancy’s winning look:
Tracey Cunningham, Redken Creative Consultant for Color and Hollywood colorist, helped Amy Adams and Emma Stone prepare for the awards with Redken color.
If you’re looking for Amy or Emma’s color, ask your colorist for the following formulas:
· Amy Adams: Apply equal parts of Color Fusion Rubilane 7Cc and 7Go (with a 20 volume Pro-Oxide). Finish with Shades EQ 000 Crystal Clear
· Emma Stone: Apply Redken Color Gels 8AB Stardust (with a volume 30 developer). Finish with Shades EQ 000 Crystal Clear for added shine.
Julianne Moore looked radiant last night on the red carpet of the 2011 Golden Globe Awards in a dazzling pink, Lanvin dress. Nominated for Best Actress in The Kids Are All Right, her co-star Annette Benning took home the prize for the same film. Moore’s flawless makeup was created by Pati Dubroff, Clarins Celebrity Beauty Artist. A fuchsia dress on a red head can be difficult to match makeup to, but Dubroff chose to stay within the pink family creating contrasting hues on the eye lids (soft pink) and deep, rich blackberry on the lips.
Dubroff started with Clarins Instant Smooth Line Correcting Concentrate to fill any fine lines on the skin and create an even canvas. She then applied the Instant Light Complexion Perfector in Rose Shimmer along her cheekbones for glowing skin that did not cover her freckles. Next, she swept a small amount of Blush Prodige in Miami Pink on the apples of her cheeks.
The buzz is all about last night’s 2011 Golden Globes Awards, and we especially loved all the old-Hollywood curls we saw. Megan Fox looked stunning with her side-swept classic ‘do, with the help of hairstylist Andy Lecompte and Phyto. Below is Lecompte’s step-by-step to achieve Fox’s winning look.
Megan Fox in an Armani Prive gown and soft old-Hollywood waves.
Hairstylist Andy Lecompte was inspired to create a classic look for Megan Fox with a glamorous vibe to complement her stunning one-strap gown.
L’Oreal did it again this year at the 2011 Golden Globes – taking over a suite at the HBO Luxury Lounge in the Four Seasons Hotel and transforming it into an intimate refuge for A list celebrities to come and be pampered – a hideaway among the fray going on this busy weekend.
The inspiration celebrity hairstylist David Babaii used in creating this years’ 2011 Golden Globes red carpet looks for both Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock drew from vintage hairstyles from the 60’s and 70’s. His predictions for this years’ award season is the use of natural textures and waves, creating healthy and shiny hair while simplifying how to get the look by using only 1 product and the finest styling tools.