content-header__row content-header__hed” data-testid=”ContentHeaderHed”>Golden Globes 2021: The Best Beauty Looks—and All the Must-Have ProductsRequisite glamour arrived in full at the 78th Golden Globe Awards, from Andra Day’s fire-engine-red lips to Elle Fanning’s crisp cat eye.
March 1, 2021
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Kicking off a most unusual awards season, the 78th Golden Globes proved that Hollywood glamour is very much alive, wherever it’s convenient: on a makeshift red carpet, via an Instagram reveal, or nestled alongside friends on the couch. Naturally, those who regularly dazzle us onscreen turned up (or tuned in) to the Globes to do just that. Some sported the lo-fi chic of a DIY beauty look—as in best director winner Chloé Zhao’s braided pigtails—and others showed off the dialed-up finesse of their hair and makeup pros.
Timeless elegance was already in the cards for certain attendees. Andra Day, whose multilayered portrayal of Billie Holiday earned her a best actress win, wowed in a mix of Chanel red lip pigments (including the soon-to-launch Rouge Coco Bloom in Season), layered by makeup artist Porsche Cooper. Amanda Seyfried, another nominee for her turn as screen star Marion Davies in Mank, wore subtle coral accents (eye shadow, lips) by makeup artist Genevieve Herr, which played off the actor’s Oscar de la Renta gown.
But even with such referents, the mood felt resolutely new. (A high-tech, multi-continental affair will have that effect.) In the spirit of on-demand entertainment, here is a primer on the key products for each look—because actors aren’t the only ones who can pull off such glamour from home.
By Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images. Andra Day
Makeup, Porsche Cooper using Chanel; hair, Tony Medina using GHD and OSiS+.
Makeup, Erin Ayanian Monroe using L’Oréal Paris; hair, Lorraine Glynn.
Makeup, Genevieve Herr using Lancôme; hair, Renato Campora using FEKKAI.
Makeup by Terrell Mullin using Armani Beauty; hair by Coree Moreno.
Makeup, Georgie Eisdell using Dior; hair, Gregory Russell using Pureology and GHD.
Makeup, Florrie White using Sisley Paris; hair, Daniel Martin.
Makeup, Emma White Turle using Sisley Paris; hair, Dayaruci using Hair Rituel by Sisley.
Makeup, Rebeccah Delchambre using Chanel; hair, Danna Rutherford.
Makeup, Hung Vanngo using Chanel; hair, Bobby Eliot using John Frieda.
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