Golden Globes 2014 Beauty: Nude Lips Rule the Red Carpet
Red lips were seriously scarce at the Golden Globes on Sunday, with everyone from Amber Heard to Olivia Wilde opting for creamy nudes.
Nude lipsticks made a bold statement at the Globes, sported on the likes of everyone from Amber Heard to Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Robin Wright and Olivia Wilde. The minimal, clean hue makes a subtle but strong statement, drawing attention to both dynamic brows and peepers.
"I think that the nude lip is just as classic as the red lip," said makeup artist Sarah Glick, who swiped Zosia Mamet's lips with Dior Beauty shade Rouge Dior in #123 Trompe L'Oeil. "We will see it again and again on the red carpet and the runway because it expresses an effortlessness and an elegance. It's a clean look that allows one to experiment with a darker eye."
Makeup artist Allan Avendado spilled his secrets for creating Modern Family actor Sarah Hyland's opaque shade using Dior Beauty. "To complement her dress while keeping everything soft and ethereal, we went with a coral-pink nude lip," he said. "We applied the lipstick and blotted it down for an effortless feel."
To achieve the effortless hue, Avendado used Dior Crème de Rose Lip Balm to prep lips, followed by Rouge Dior Contour Lipliner Pencil in Grege and Dior Rouge Lipstick in Rose Crinoline. Meanwhile, Hayden Panettiere was rocking a sheer Tom Ford lip color -- the perfect complement to her striking black-and-white Tom Ford gown.