Golden Globes 2014 Beauty: 6 Products to Get a Red-Carpet Glow
According to celebrity makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury, these six must-have products won't make you look exactly like Mila Kunis and Amy Adams, but they'll get you pretty close.
British celebrity makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury -- who counts Rihanna, Kate Moss and Penelope Cruz in her arsenal of clients -- flew into L.A. this week to work on the Globes and party hop (we ran into her at W magazine's annual bash on Thursday night). Between her boldfaced clientele and eponymous line of cosmetics at London's famed Selfridges, we were dying to ask the flame-haired face-maker about the go-to products that she won't do a red carpet without. Based on looks seen at Sunday's Globes, this is what she said.
"If you're wearing bright colors like Sandra Bullock, make sure your makeup doesn't fight for attention with your outfit. The cranberry-red lip brings out the colors in her Prabal Gurung gown perfectly, paired with a subtle, smoky chocolate palette to define her eyes. I recommend MAC lipstick in Vino for a perfect red-carpet pout."
"For those of a paler pallor, Amy Adams is a great inspiration. Her delicate porcelain skin is kept dewy by using a lightweight, glowing foundation, such as Chanel Vitalumière ($55) and concealer in areas of redness (nose, mouth, eyes)."
"If you're blessed with oval eyes like Mila Kunis, the best way to accentuate them is with a sultry feline flick, paired with a nude lip such as Tom Ford Beauty Lip Color in Vanilla Suede ($49). For the perfect line, look in the mirror and draw a small dot with your liner where you want the flick to end on both eyes for even wings."
"Re-create Sofia's gorgeous, glowing skin on her arms and body with a rejuvenating skin routine. Start by body-brushing your skin in the shower using a Face & Body Sonic Cleansing Brush by Clarisonic ($99), then moisturize with Kiehl's Creme de Corps (starting at $11) -- a makeup artist must-have. For elongated limbs, apply Scott Barnes Body Bling ($42) on the areas you want to highlight, including the middle of the arms and legs for a slimming effect."