Emma Stone's Golden Globes Makeup Is Easier To Replicate Than You Might Think
In a night always marked by people looking their absolute best, a trend on the Golden Globes' carpet was metallic, high-shine dresses — look to Kerry Washington, Sofia Vergara, Ruth Negga and Sarah Paulson for stunners that gleamed. Beauty choices came through to set major looks apart, and Emma Stone's delicate, romantic makeup didn't disappoint. If the ethereal look sent you straight to Google with "how to get Emma Stone's Golden Globes look," search no further: We've got the deets.
Paired with Stone's star-studded Valentino dress, celebrity makeup artist Rachel Goodwin worked with NARS to create a turn of the century, vintage glamour face. Understated but emphasizing, the look focused on Stone's mega-sized eyes and alabaster skin, essential to accompany the Valentino's "stars, and stars alone" nude illusion. Goodwin used NARS Velvet Matte Skin Tint to build the flawless finish, and on eyes paired a subtle cat eye and carbon black lashes with Andromeda Dual-Intensity Eyeshadow. An angel pink, the metallic shadow stayed on luster theme while brightening and catching light at inner corners. An aubergine shadow, potentially NARS Dual-Intensity Eyeshadow in Desdemona, played up Stone's sea-green eyes on the outer, lower lashline.
With eyes taking center stage, Goodwin went for a complement lip in NARS Rosecliff Lipstick, one of their satin-finish classics.
The heightened natural, soft rose shade added color back into the look and picked up a similar hue on Stone's cheeks, muted to keep everything balanced. Paired down and sophisticated, the look was simultaneously playful and ingenue, a fitting mix for the actress's winning La La Land turn.
Matched with Stone's full brow and soft, sweeping updo, it was English rose gone Hollywood, Stone's eternal vibe.
And while there's nothing like the glamour of a finished look, I'm equally a sucker for the process of getting there. Goodwin delivered with behind-the-scenes Instagrams: On top of the products used above, check the goods on the scene below.
Salivation. Her inspiration for the look's anatomy was just as breathtaking:
A process, and one that definitely paid off.