Get Celebrity Makeup Looks from the Golden Globes!

Now that the Golden Globes are over, we all try and achieve our favorite look of the night to use all year round. Celebrity Makeup Artist, Sue Devitt has the best tips and tricks for you to accomplish your personal favorite that are quick and easy to follow!

Smoky Metallic Cat Eye

Emma Stone’s charcoal and silver colors really accented her wardrobe beautifully, and this look also helped to separate her from the majority who mostly wore nude eye makeup with black eyeliner.

Achieve Emma’s look: Don't be afraid to try metallic's for the eyes and get ready to make a striking impact. The smoky eye is a trend that keeps reinventing itself as it’s synonymous with a sexy beautiful look sought after, season to season. This season, the traditional smoky eye gets a makeover with a pop of silver for a more elegant look.

If you love the idea of a cat eye but can't fully commit to such a bold statement, try this new take – liner across your top lid that ends in a sharp angle out towards your temple, with no other makeup except a sheer pink lip. This look still makes a statement but it is subtler than the original thick–winged line. To get this look apply a precision tip liner, like the New Sue Devitt Defining Eyeliner, along the lash line extending the line just slightly further than usual. For a more defined effect apply the liner around the rim of the eye as well.

Red Lips

Achieve a lip look like Angelina’s by applying lipstick evenly all over lips with a lip brush (for amazingly long lasting color). Then finish by 'buffing' the lips with a Lip Intensifier Pencil, using light feathering strokes around the lip line, blending inwards towards the center. This wow-factor look is classic, dramatic and daring. However, if you’re still unsure about red, practice with a “stain”, instead of a full lip. Blot with a tissue or apply with your fingertips.

Bronze Shadow

Smoky eyes are a red carpet staple these days, and we saw the look in every color, finish, and smokiness. Freida Pinto's bronze shadow and black liner combination which was a real head turner.

Achieve a look like Freida’s by using the Illuminating Eye Shadow Quad in Icelandic Fjord. Begin by applying the Nordic Nude shade all over the eyelid with the Sue Devitt Eye Base Brush.

Sue’s Secret Tip: Hold the brush upside down as you apply as this allows the pigment to get deep into the lash line and build the color upward and outward toward the eyebrow and temple.

Next, use the Refined Eye Base Brush to apply the Deep Moss Shimmer shade only to the eyelid to create desired depth. Again, hold the brush upside down and apply this darker color along the lash line, at the base of the lid, and deep into the lashes. Work the color upwards, grading into the base color as you move upward towards the crease.

Finish the look by applying defining Eyeliner in Vik generously along the lash line, and around the rim of the eye for added definition.

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