2013 Golden Globes beauty pros tell all!
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By Rachel Hayes and Laura Vogel
Want to know how Jessica Chastain got her close-up-ready complexion or which products were used to create Kerry Washington's sleek 'do? Find out how to get the most gorgeous hair and makeup looks from the Golden Globes with tips straight from the pros that created them.
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From her sleek pixie to her shimmery Chanel dress, there isn't one thing we'd change about Golden Globe winner (Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy/Musical, Les Misérables) Anne Hathaway's look. To create a romantic hairstyle that equaled the glamour of her gown, Frédéric Fekkai stylist Adir Abergel first spritzed her hair with Coiff Bouffant Spray Gel; next, he finger-combed hair into place and used a blow-dry diffuser attachment to create soft, natural volume. Once dry, Abergel fine-tuned the style with Frédéric Fekkai Coiff Nonchalant Piecing & Forming Wax.
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Co-host Tina Fey wore many looks throughout the night—from silly to sexy—but her red-carpet makeup was the most alluring. To create a soft cat eye, makeup artist Gita Bass lined her upper and lower lash lines with Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner, winging it upward. Next, she swept Chanel Illusions D'Ombre in Emerveilé over lids, and dabbed Yves Saint Laurent Crème De Blush in Powdery Rose on the apples of her cheeks for a rosy flush. For a soft pop of color on the lips, she used Chanel Rouge Allure in Sèduisante and layered Korres Lip Butter in Wild Rose, a sheer deep red, on top.
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The adorable Lena Dunham walked off with two awards—Best Actress in a TV Comedy/Musical and Best Television Comedy/Musical Series—for her groundbreaking HBO show Girls. Her pixie was styled by Rheanne White using Kevin Murphy products. Inspired by Twiggy, White first applied Kevin Murphy Anti Gravity treatment to her hair for extra volume. To create a piece-y look, she pulled out small sections of hair and held them with the help of Easy Rider, a flexible-hold crème, and Sticky Business, a medium-hold matte paste. Finally, Dunham's 'do was spritzed with Session Spray for a lasting finish.
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Winner of the award for Best Actress in a Drama for Zero Dark Thirty, Jessica Chastain was a beauty standout. Makeup artist Kristofer Buckle said her look was "classic Hollywood meets new Hollywood." Buckle used a range of new L'Oréal Paris products, now in stores, for her look: First, he gave Jessica's complexion uniform texture with Revitalift Miracle Blur; to highlight her eyes, he applied Colour Caresse Eye Shadow Quad in What Happens in Vegas and Telescopic Shocking Extensions Mascara; finally, he added a hit of color on her lips with Colour Caresse Shine Stain in Berry Persistent.
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Though she wasn't nominated for an award, Django Unchained actress Kerry Washington definitely won the unofficial best-blowout-of-the-night prize. Celebrity hairstylist Marcus Francis wanted to create a look that complemented the sleek silhouette of Washington's structured Miu Miu gown. His secret smoothing product? Frizz-Ease 3-Day Straight Semi-Permanent Styling Spray, which he applied throughout her wet hair, then combed through to distribute evenly. After giving her a blowout, he used a flat iron to straighten hair, section by section, for a head-turning style.
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Presenter Jessica Alba looked amazing in orange. The Oscar de la Renta gown inspired Hourglass makeup artist Lauren Andersen's palette. Alba's skin was prepped with Hourglass No. 28 Primer Serum, Illusion Tinted Moisturizer in Sand, and finished with Ambient Lighting Powder in Radiant Light. Andersen used bronze from Illume Crème-to-Powder Bronzer Duo in Sunset to contour her cheeks and followed with the blush shade on the apples. For a pop of serious color, Andersen applied Opaque Rouge Liquid Lipstick in Riviera.
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The plunging neckline of Kate Hudson's Alexander McQueen gown framed her sun-kissed face and golden locks perfectly. To create her bombshell blowout, hairstylist David Babaii used IT&LY products. He applied Pure Water Drops Serum onto wet hair, then scrunched Pure Style Mousse Strong throughout hair. For her long, side-swept bangs, he wrapped the hair around a medium round brush, spraying a small amount of Pure Volumizing Eco. With the blow dryer on high, he directed heat on the brush followed by a quick blast of cool air to set.
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Silver Linings Playbook's Jennifer Lawrence took home the trophy for Best Actress in a Musical/Comedy, and her tousled updo was another win. Dove Celebrity Hairstylist Mark Townsend created it: First, he applied a dollop of Dove Style+Care Nourishing Curls Mousse to damp hair. Next, he took sections of hair, sprayed each with Dove Style+Care Flexible Hold Hairspray and wrapped around a half-inch curling iron, he spritzed on Oribé Dry Texture Spray and scrunched. Finally, he loosely braided 3-inch-wide sections around Lawrence's hairline before pulling all of her hair back into a low chignon.
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A bold red lip and sleek black ponytail were the perfect accents for The Good Wife's Julianna Margulies's lacy Pucci backless gown. Makeup artist Molly Stern used L'Oréal Paris Infallible Compact Lipstick in Crimson to play up the star's lip and also focused on enhancing her brows with Hourglass Cosmetics Arch-Sculpting Brow Pencil in Soft Brunette.
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With her blazing-hot Versace dress, smoky eyes and a blowout to die for, you'd never guess that Homeland star Claire Danes gave birth a few weeks ago. To create her 'do, John Frieda Frizz-Ease hairstylist Peter Butler used a large round brush to blow out her hair. Next, he curled sections of hair with a 1.5-inch-barrel iron, sprayed with John Frieda Frizz-Ease Moisture Barrier Firm-Hold Hairspray and let cool. To finish her sexy waves, he brushed out the curls then smoothed them with Secret Weapon Flawless Finishing Crème.