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The 2023 awards season kicked off with the 80th Annual Golden Globes held on January 10 in Beverly Hills, California. The awards show reviewed some of the best TV shows and movies hitting screens everywhere in 2022, such as Elvis, Fabelmans, abbot elementary and White Lotus.
While last year’s TV and film creations were the focus of the evening, we at Reviewed wondered what products are behind the stars’ makeup. Here you’ll find a small sample of the 2023 Golden Globes makeup and skincare products that were used to bring beauty to the red carpet.
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1 Margot Robbie shimmery nail polish
Manicurist Tom Bachik teamed up with nail care brand Essie to give actress Margot Robbie a sparkling manicure for her big night. leading star Babylon Applied Expressie FX Nail Holo Top Coat, a glossy holographic finish, to mid-length, rounded nails. “It gave our nails just the right amount of shine to mimic [sic] sequins in the dress,” Bachik wrote on his Instagram. Bacsik also opted for Essie Gel Setter Top Coat “for a deep, rich glossy sheen.”
$10 in Ulta
2. Luminous highlighter by Lily James
Pam and Tommy Star Lily James’ red carpet glow is credited to Charlotte Tilbury’s Hollywood Glow Glide Face Architect Highlighter in Moonlit Glow. Makeup artist Nina Park applied powder highlighter to Ambassador Charlotte Tilbury’s face to create what she called a “golden hour glow effect.” Moonlit Glow is one of seven new highlighter shades, each claiming to create a “multidimensional megawatt glow”.
$48 at Sephora
3. Ana de Armas Silky Leave-In Conditioner
To create Ana de Armas’ sleek “face-framing hairstyle”, hairstylist Jenny Cho teamed up with Sol de Janeiro, a Brazilian-inspired beauty brand. Cho prepared Blonde hot styling star hair with Milky Leave-In Conditioner, a styling product for all hair types and textures. “I applied generously to the hair, focusing on the mid-shaft and ends to detangle, hydrate, reduce frizz and add thermal protection,” Cho said of the styling process. Cho also used Brazilian Glossy Nourishing Hair Oil to add shine to her hair and protect it from moisture.
From 10 dollars to Sol de Janeiro
4. Jamie Lee Curtis peach lip gloss
Jamie Lee Curtis covered her lips with a glossy lipstick courtesy of Anastasia Beverly Hills Lip Gloss in the shade “Peachy”. Makeup artist Grace Ahn collaborated with the cosmetics brand to create Curtis’ evening makeup, and Curtis’s peach lips were also paired with Hazelnut Nude Beige Lip Pencil and Taupe Beige Matte & Satin Velvet Lipstick.
$20 at Sephora
5. Nude lip combo by Natasha Lyonne
Russian doll star Natasha Lyonne graced the “your lips but better” situation at this year’s Golden Globes. Makeup artist Robert Rumsey worked on the ceremony with Urban Decay and painted her lips with a 24/7 Glide On Lip Pencil in “Naked” before filling them in with Vice Lip Bond, a glossy liquid lipstick in an apricot-nude shade called “Satisfied.” The brand claims that the lip liner “holds the color in place and prevents bleed,” while the lipstick lasts up to 16 hours.
From $25 at Urban Decay
6. Michelle Yeoh hair straightener
All Everywhere All At Once star Michelle Yeoh donned a long, sleek hairstyle for the night. Yeoh’s hairstylist for the occasion, Robert Vetika, worked with Dyson to prep the actress’ locks for the red carpet. Vetika used a Dyson Corrale Straightener as the final step in Yeo’s look, “to ensure the perfect shine and damage protection,” he explained. According to the brand, the straightener uses “flexible plates designed to shape your hair for improved styling with less heat and half as much damage.”
$500 at Sephora
7. Jenna Ortega’s elastic hold hairspray
Jenna Ortega, star of the hit Netflix show Wednesday, hit the red carpet with a 90s-inspired hairdo for the Golden Globes. Hairstylist David Stanwell worked with Fekkai for the big night and the hairstyle was left intact with Fekkai Clean Stylers Flexi-Hold hairspray, a self-proclaimed “ultra-fine mist for ultimate styling versatility” for all hair types and textures. “We didn’t want it to be too stiff or styled, and I still wanted to work with the haircut we just did a few weeks ago,” Stanwell said of the loose nature of the look. “I love when the haircut makes a statement, sculpting it around her face and playing with shapes that work.”
$26 in Ulta
8. Sheryl Lee Ralph Dazzling Eyeshadow Palette
abbot elementary Golden Globe star Sheryl Lee Ralph’s makeup was all about glitter and radiance. Makeup artist Mila Thomas partnered with Danessa Myricks Beauty to create a radiant look, while the nightly product list included the Lightwork IV Transcendence Palette, a 14-color eye and face palette. Thomas used “Aura” (lavender with a chrome hue) along Ralph’s lower waterline for a “smoky effect”.
$125 at Sephora
9. Selena Gomez Sculpting Hair Gel
Selena Gomez’s semi-groomed ponytail for the 2023 Golden Globes got some help from René Furterer’s Style Holding Gel. Marissa Marino, Only murders in the building the actress’ hairdresser for the night joined forces with the brand to create this voluminous look that certainly needed some serious fixing. The gel is designed to give the hair “a strong yet flexible hold, ideal for styling and shaping the hair” and also adds a glossy sheen to the strands.
$30 on Amazon
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