For Tina Fey, makeup artist Gita Bass created a soft, understated look. For her eyes, Gita lined the top and bottom with Tarte Smolder Eyes Pencil in Bronze ($24) and layered the bronze shade from Chanel Quadra Eye Shadow in Mystic Eyes ($57). Then on Tina's cheeks, Gita used Yves Saint Laurent Creme de Blush in 2 Powdered Rose ($38) with Chanel Blush Duo in Tweed Sienna ($45) layered on top. For the lips, Tarte LipSurgence Natural Lip Tint in Enchanted ($24) with Chanel Glossimer in 149 Nakkar ($29) added a hint of shine and color.
According to last night's polling, many of you were not loving Jayma Mays's beauty look. Ouch. Orange lipstick is trendy right now, however, and for those of you who are looking for a hot style, this how-to's for you. Created by celebrity makeup artist Beau Nelson, the inspiration behind Jayma's look was a modern-retro feel.
To try the palette yourself, start with CoverGirl's NatureLuxe Silk Foundation ($12). Create a smoky eye by using dark brown shadows, black liner, and plenty of dark mascara. And for that sexy bright pop of orange-red color on the lips, use a sharp lip brush to apply the brand's Lip Perfection lipstick in Flame ($6).
Jenna Ushkowitz was beaming last night at the Golden Globes. Part of it was her sheer excitement, and part was due to the work of celebrity makeup artist Patrick deFontbrune, who used blue eyeliner to complement Jenna's gorgeous blue dress. Find out how to re-create Jenna's easily wearable makeup palette when you keep reading.
For her Golden Globes look, Tron: Legacy star Olivia Wilde was inspired by French women. Makeup artist Spencer Barnes, working with Nars cosmetics, aimed for a bright, youthful look. "I wanted her skin to be fresh and clean with eyes that extended outward," he said. For the full rundown of this look, keep reading.
There was no shortage of post-Golden Globes parties last night, with networks AMC, HBO, Fox, and NBC all hosting their own soirees at the Beverly Hilton. The Glee cast, including Chris Colfer and Lea Michele, celebrated their big win at Fox after their visit to the press room, and Natalie Portman took the opportunity to change into a shorter dress before putting in an appearance there too. Claire Danes showed off her statuette at the HBO party, but she was soon off to cut a rug at InStyle. At NBC's rooftop bash, Mark Ruffalo busted a move of his own and sweetly dipped his wife, Sunrise Coigney, on the carpet following The Kids Are All Right's award for the year's best comedy or musical. Check out all of our coverage from last night, from the evening's most memorable quotes to a roundup of the most showstopping, red carpet gowns!
Rachel Zoe made a fashionable appearance at the InStyle/Warner Bros. party last night, and even when pregnant, the woman still has serious style. She donned a sexy black dress with mesh cutouts, black tights, and, of course, super-high heels. She accessorized with major diamond hoop earrings and a gorgeous pregnancy glow. What do you think of Rachel's party look?
The 2011 Golden Globe Awards are officially over, but the fun continues on today! We've already had a good look at all the afterparty shots, and now it's time to zoom way in on some fashion details we may have missed. A ruffle here, a backless dress there, some feathers, some fringe — you don't want to miss this!
From the look of the poll, you seem to have mixed feelings about Natalie Portman's Golden Globes red carpet look — but what do you think of her afterparty style? Natalie went casual-chic at the Fox Searchlight party, changing into a pleated, trapeze-style Azzaro minidress. She also ditched her high heels in favor of a pair of metallic silver, pregnancy-friendly flats and toted the best accessory of the night — her best actress Golden Globe! You can't blame a girl for wanting to be comfortable, but what do you think of her afterparty ensemble?
>> Emerald green is coming back with a vengeance and last night's Golden Globes spectacular proved that point. Elisabeth Moss wore a custom pleated strapless gown by Donna Karan; Angelina Jolie shimmered in a long-sleeved dress by Atelier Versace; and Mila Kunis struck a pose in an elegant option by Vera Wang. But don't limit yourself to dresses — try out the jewel tone in separates for a more casual feel . . . or even on a bag.
To create Helen Mirren's elegantly tousled hair, stylist Creighton Bowman began by applying volumizing mousse to her wet hair. Then, he blew her hair dry, allowing pieces to turn out in different directions. To create body, he put the top layers in small Velcro rollers, using René Furterer Finishing Hairspray ($27) to set it. After her makeup was done, he took out the rollers and added some dry shampoo and some molding paste on the ends for added texture.