Create Your Favorite Golden Globe Look At Home

Hollywood’s top makeup artists are sharing their secrets for getting some of the biggest celebs red carpet ready at the Golden Globes!

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Zooey Deschanel
“Zooey is one of my favorite clients because she loves to have fun with her makeup, hair and fashion,” says makeup artist Jorjee Douglass. “We brought out the big guns for a stunning red carpet look unlike any other.”

To Get The Look:
First, apply a primer, like Rimmel London’s Fix & Perfect Pro Primer ($7.29, CVS.com), which gave Zooey her glow. Next, apply a layer of foundation and then blend concealer onto dark areas under the eyes. Get the 60′s-inspired eye makeup by creating a cat shaped eye on the upper lid and a feather line on the bottom lid. Jorgee gave Zooey a smokey eye, by going over the black liquid liner with Rimmel London Glam Eyes HD Quad Eyeshadow in Black Cab and English Rose ($5.69, Ulta.com).

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Kate Winslet
Avon Global Creative Color Director Jillian Dempsey described the look she created for Kate as “shimmering, soft and sophisticated.”

To Get The Look:
Sweep taupe and champagne shades of eyeshadow onto your lids, like the colors found in Jillian Dempsey for Avon Professional Perfect Eyes Kit Eyeshadow in Smoky Eyes ($5.99, Avon.com). Next, apply several coats of a dark mascara, so eyes get extra definition. Finish the look with a pop of light pink blush and a creamy pink lipstick, like Lancôme Rouge in Love Lipstick in Delicate Lace (available in February).

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Emma Stone
To complement the metallic details on Emma’s stunning Lanvin dress,
CHANEL celebrity makeup artist Rachel Goodwin created an impactful makeup look highlighted by a dramatic eye shape using shades of pewter and gunmetal.

To Get The Look:
You can get the same sultry look at home by lining eyes with a dark eyeliner, like CHANEL’s Intense Eye Pencil in Noir (CHANEL.com, $29.00). Apply darker eyeshadows, like the ones found in Revlon’s ColorStay 16H Eyeshadow Quad in Precocious (Revlon.com, $7.49) to your upper lid, creating a triangle at the eye’s outer corner. Go over the lower lash line with a silver shadow or pencil before applying a few coats of mascara.

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Kate Beckinsale
On Contraband star Kate Beckinsale, makeup artist Molly Stern focused on radiant skin, bold eyes and high-gloss lips. “Kate’s Roberto Cavalli dress was so ethereal and magical, I wanted to keep the skin looking completely luminous and create a bit of edge with the eyes,” said Molly.

To Get The Look:
Start by applying primer to your face and then add a layer of tinted moisturizer, like Hourglass’ Illusion Tinted Moisturizer ($55, Hourglasscosmetics.com). Add warmth to your cheeks by dusting on a bronze shade of blush, followed by pink shade. Hourglass Illume Crème-to Powder Bronzer Duo in Sunset ($40, Hourglasscosmetics.com) is perfect for this type of double application. The same bronze shade can be used as a base for your eyeshadow and a darker color can be applied over it, like Nars’ Galapagos Eye Shadow ($23, Narscosmetics.com). Finish the look with mascara and a pink lip gloss.

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