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Slumdog Millionaire’s Freida Pinto Makeup Look for The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards Created by Jouer Cosmetics
Makeup artist, Jeffrey Paul created a fresh, sunkissed look with Jouer cosmetics for Slumdog Millionaire’s Freida Pinto at the Golden Globes.
Freida’s radiant natural beauty and flawless skin tone was the inspiration behind Jeffrey Paul’s, red carpet look. Jeffrey Paul, the makeup artist behind Hollywood’s hottest celebrities used his distinctive technique to enhance Freida’s natural beauty and encourage her true character to emerge.
Jeffrey wanted Freida’s natural beauty to be the focal point of her overall look. Jeffrey decided to go with a subtle palette of shimmering pinks, champagne and gold accentuating her flawless skin and her natural glow. He wanted her look to be soft, fresh and easy.
How to create Freida’s radiant red carpet makeup look:
L’Oreal commissioned Carelle, known for colored gemstone jewelry, to create a compact featuring lemon citrine and pale green quartz stones set in 18K yellow gold with diamond details.
Each of the women nominated for best actress in a drama and in a comedy will receive one to commemorate her achievement. In addition to the compacts gifted to the likes of Angelina and Meryl (9 in total), one last compact will be auctioned off to benefit the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation at eBay.com during the Golden Globes show on January 11, 2009.
Additionally, L’Oreal Paris Consulting Makeup Artist, Collier Strong has identified the top trends we will see on the red carpet on January 11.
Focus On The Lips
“It’s all about a beautiful bold lip! Whether it’s warm or cool, a bold, opaque, red lip has a very sexy yet romantic feel. The eyes are as glamorous or neutral as your wardrobe dictates. During the day, eyes are kept simple; at night, opt for a darker look. Either way, eye makeup should be blended beautifully and brows should be perfectly groomed for an elegant look. Finish the eyes with long, beautiful lashes. Pair this look with clean, glowy makeup, achieved with foundation, concealer and powder. For cheeks, use a complementary color to the red of the lip that works with your skin tone. Apply on the apples of the check for a pop of color.”
– Collier Strong, Consulting Makeup Artist, L’Oréal Paris