Tag: Golden Globes

Amber Heard at the Golden Globes

Amber Heard at the Golden Globes on Belle Belle Beauty

For my final favorite from last night’s Golden Globes, I want to share Amber Heard’s Hourglass Makeup. But first, as I was planning this post, I realized I almost always share a look from Hourglass during awards season. There must be something about these luxe and neutral colors that make for the most flawless and glamorous looks. Amber is no exception. Paired with her midnight blue Atelier Versace dress and romantic up-do, the nude but sultry makeup was perfection. “Amber brought some of her own ideas to the mix,” says makeup artist Matthew VanLeeuwen. “She liked the idea of focusing on sultry chocolate eyes, creamy skin and soft nude lips. I was just bringing out the remarkable geometry and beauty of her face.”

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Olivia Wilde at the Golden Globes

Olivia Wilde at the Golden Globes on Belle Belle Beauty

Olivia Wilde took home my award for favorite hair at last night’s Golden Globes. It also doesn’t hurt that her baby bump is pretty darn adorable. Lona Vigi created the look with Oscar Blandi goodies. She was inspired by the star’s natural beauty and wanted to juxtapose her sleek Gucci dress. The sideswept waves were not too “overdone” but rather “sexy” and “effortless”.

First, Lona prepped wet hair using Oscar Blandi Jasmine Oil Serum on the ends for shine and Oscar Blandi Lacca Hairspray on the roots for body and “staying power”. Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Heat Protect Spray was used to protect locks.

A round brush was used to blow dry hair. After drying, Lona used Oscar Blandi Pronto Texture & Volume Spray all over and then curled it using two different barrel sizes (¾ to 1½ inches). Repeat all over for more texture (I can’t wait to try this!).

To finish, she used Oscar Blandi Pronto Invisible Spray to add shine and absorb product residue. Oscar Blandi Lacca Hairspray provided hold for the night.

What do you think about Olivia’s hair? I think it is totally glam but also works for a causal evening out!

Oscar Blandi Used on Oliva Wilde at the Golden Globes on Belle Belle Beauty


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Drew Barrymore at The Golden Globes

Drew Barrymore at The Golden Globes on Belle Belle Beauty

Award season is upon us again! While I try to be sparing with my “Get The Look” posts, I do find sharing some of my favorites is great for makeup inspiration. I certainly couldn’t pass up Drew’s look from last night, not only because I thought she looked fresh and radiant. I have also had the chance to get to know her makeup artist, Debra Ferullo. Debra also collaborated with Drew in developing her Flower line of makeup. Here’s how to get her look:

Debra was inspired by Drew’s floral Monique Lhuillier gown and specifically accented with a bright red, lip. Overall the look was feminine and soft.

FLOWER About Face Foundation with Primer on Belle Belle Beauty

First, she created a canvas using FLOWER About Face Foundation with Primer.

FLOWER Kiss Me Twice Lip & Cheek Chubby in Apricot-a-lot on Belle Belle Beauty

Next, Debra created a natural flush on Drew’s cheeks with FLOWER Kiss Me Twice Lip & Cheek Chubby in Apricot-a-lot.

FLOWER Color Play Creme Eyeshadow in Rest On Your Laurel and Shadow Play Eye Shadow Quad in Foxy Browns on Belle Belle Beauty

She applied FLOWER Color Play Creme Eyeshadow in Rest On Your Laurel to brighten eyes and used the brown shades in Flower Shadow Play Eye Shadow Quad in Foxy Browns in the outer corners.

FLOWER On Your Mark Liquid Eye Liner and Zoom-In Ultimate Mascara on Belle Belle Beauty

Debra lined eyes with FLOWER On Your Mark Liquid Eye Liner and coated lashes with the FLOWER Zoom-In Ultimate Mascara.

FLOWER Lip Suede Velvet Lip Chubby in Red-dy to Bloom on Belle Belle Beauty

Lastly, Debra added a bold lip with FLOWER Lip Suede Velvet Lip Chubby in Red-dy to Bloom.

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Katherine McPhee at the Golden Globes // Belle Belle BeautyKatharine McPhee went the daring route with a plunging neckline and classic black. The twitterverse was split on the dress, but you can’t deny that Katherine looks beautiful. Artist Jake Bailey adds “Katharine’s dress looks like it belongs in a Helmut Newton photograph, so I thought the makeup should be strong and sultry…the kind of eye makeup that would be in one of those photographs. It’s an eye look for sure – a smoky eye with a beautiful nude skin palette.” All makeup used was NARS.


  • Radiant Creamy Concealer (New for Spring 2013)
  • Light Reflecting Setting Powder – Pressed (New for Spring 2013)



  • Biscayne Park Satin Lip Pencil (New for Spring 2013)

Amy Adams at the Golden Globes // Belle Belle Beauty

Makeup Artist Stephen Sollitto complimented Amy Adams’ “ballet pink” Marchesa gown with soft, but sophisticated makeup. Flawless complexion was played up by her eyes and natural, luxe lips.




Salma Hayek at the Golden Globes // Belle Belle BeautyCelebrity makeup artist, Jeannia Robinette, was inspired by Salma Hayek’s midnight blue dress and balanced the glamourous dress with youthful and fresh makeup. “The eyes are very luminescent – we lightened them up with coppers and silvery peach, then gave them depth with eggplant and plum. With a bright lip, the look was trendy, young, and modern.” All makeup used was NARS.


  • Radiant Creamy Concealer (New for Spring 2013)
  • Light Reflecting Powder – Pressed (New for Spring 2013)



Rosie Huntington-Whiteley at the Golden Globes // Belle Belle Beauty

Celebrity Makeup Artist Fiona Stiles went for modern Hollywood Glamour for Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s look. I like that it is slightly more bold than my other picks. That pink lip is one of my favorites of the night.


”I dusted Burberry’s Warm Glow Summer Glow no.4 Bronzer on Rosie’s cheekbones and forehead for a healthy, fresh glow. Rosie is so incredibly gorgeous and a bit of sun-kissed glow really suits her.”


“I kept Rosie’s eyes very simple; a soft wash of neutral color and a bit of definition in the socket. I elongated the eye with a brown pencil, and softened the line with mark I-Mark Wet/Dry Eye Shadow in Tabac. I love using brown because it’s so sexy but maintains a soft look. Next, I applied two coats of mark Lash All You Want High-Volume Mascara in Black to Rosie’s top lashes and one coat of mark Lash All You Want High-Volume Mascarain Brown/Black to her bottom lashes. I groomed her brows using Anastasia Brow Wiz in Medium Ash, lightly sculpting them with pencil to create the perfect frame for her face.”


“I applied mark Lipclick Full Color Lipstick in Cha Cha for a gorgeous Hollywood finish. A red lip creams glamour, but I matted down the finish and made the edges soft and undefined, patting it on with my finger for a less overpowering look.”

Kate Hudson at the Golden Globes // Belle Belle Beauty

And my award for best hair goes to Kate Hudson – soft, shiny but full and smooth hair. Celebrity hairstylist, David Babaii remarks “Kate is my generation’s Brigitte Bardot showing off soft voluptuous hair that is touchable, glamorous and now Kate’s very own signature look.” note: IT&LY is found in salons.

  • David started with IT&LY’s Pure Water Drops Serum before blow drying.
  • Next, he added IT&LY’s Pure Style Mousse Strong and used a medium round brush at the root area to add volume then switching to a large round brush to smooth and create soft rounded edges.
  • After drying, David created a natural side part spritzing IT&LY’s Pure Volumizing Eco at the base for added lift and down the shaft for more piecey definition.
  • For her sexy fringe he wrapped the bang area around a medium round brush spraying a small amount of IT&LY’s Pure Volumizing Eco again. With the blow dryer temperature on high, he directed heat on the brush followed by a quick blast of cool air to set. Gently he removed the brush to release the fringe.
  • With his fingers he combed through and allowed the hair to fall naturally into place.
  • To finish, he misted the hair with IT&LY Pure Definition Hair Spray for soft touchable hair with memory hold.

I’d love to hear your favorite looks of the evening in the comments below!

Katherine McPhee photo by Just Jared and Salma Hayek photo by Getty

NARS Gaiety Blush

Blush has always been tricky for me. I am totally comfortable with and usually use a fleshy, apricot shade like NARS blush in Douceur or Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush in Exposed. And over the holidays, I finally embraced a rosy glow, using NARS The Multiple in G-Spot. But I could never find a bright pink, and desperately wanted one for Spring. The Spring Chanel palette’s (Blush Horizon de Chanel) relatively opaque application didn’t work for me. But, I think I might have finally found the sweet spot: NARS Gaiety Blush.

The cool-toned pink isn’t overly pigmented and comes out fairly sheer. I love this for fair skin because it is hard to over-do. But, if you have a darker complexion, this would work well with just some additional layering. Toby Fleischman achieved a sheer wash on Evan Rachel Wood at the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards using Gaiety. He also used “a swipe of good-old standby NARS Angelika Blush to add a bit of shimmer”.

Charlize Theron at the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards – Get the Look

I am having a moment of adoration for Dior makeup. Dior continues to be one of (if not the) most popular luxury makeup line, but their Spring collection has me swooning, especially Dior Beauty Three-Color Smoky Eye Shadow in Smoky VioletDior Beauty Waterproof Eyeliner and Diorshow Iconic Mascara will always occupy my vanity real estate.

I guess Charlize is having a moment too – she was head-to-toe in a romantic look that was 100% Dior.

Shane Paish, International Makeup Expert for Dior, created the look. “The look was all about polished, effortless glamour,” said Paish.

  • Skin: Dior L’Or de Vie La Creme, Diorskin Airflash Spray Foundation.
  • Eyes: Dior 5-Couleurs Eyeshadow in Garden Roses #841, Diorshow Extase Mascara.
  • Lips: Rouge Dior Lipcolor in Tulip Pink #448, Dior Addict Ultra-Gloss inBeige Tweed #227.
  • Cheeks: Diorblush in Pink in Love #889.

I would be remiss not to mention that stunning headband and hair styling. After all, it was Cartier. Okay, so maybe not completely head-to-toe Dior, but we shall make an exception for Cartier. 🙂