Golden Globes

Of course one of our favorite things about award shows and red carpet events is seeing what all the stars are wearing and checking out the beauty looks complementing all that glamour. Makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury was on the scene (where else would she be?) and gave us all the secrets to re-creating three makeup looks we loved at the Golden Globes.

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How to make beautiful women even more beautiful? That’s what Charlotte Tilbury does every day—even when “every day” turns out to be one of the industry’s most exciting and high-stakes award shows.

The Brit beauty queen gave us the inside track on the looks she created for Amal Clooney and Sienna Miller, and we’ve got all the tools you’ll need to re-create the beauty for yourself. Every day.

 

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Hollywood heavy hitters brought the wow-factor to last night’s Golden Globes. We asked for your fave red-carpet looks on @NordstromBeauty Twitter, and you responded!

Les Misérables star Amanda Seyfried stunned in Givenchy. The Clé de Peau Beauté global spokeswoman kept her look natural with a focus on the eyes using the Clé de Peau Beauté Eye Color Quad in 205.

Nominee Connie Britton sparkled on the red carpet in KaufmanFranco. The Nashville star opted for a 1940s old-Hollywood-glam-inspired ‘do created by celebrity hairstylist Rod Ortega, who used Leonor Greyl products on her tresses. “For Connie’s Golden Globes look the inspiration was Rita Hayworth in Gilda,” says Ortega.

Megan Fox is back post-baby and looking better than ever in Armani. The brown-haired vixen created a soft side sweep of curls with the Sultra Bombshell 1″ Curling Rod.

Tell us, which celebrity look did you love most?

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