The Golden Globe Awards’® red carpet was brimming with gorgeous complexions. Below, we’re spilling the exact products used to create some of the most show stopping skin looks — from cult classic skincare products to buzzy facials — because we all know makeup only looks as gorgeous as the canvas underneath it.
To make Alison Brie’s skin look plump and poreless, makeup artist Quinn Murphy for L’Occitane® used the brand’s Divine YouthTM Oil ($99) to give her skin a dewy look. Next, he massaged her face with the L’Occitane Immortelle DivineTM Crème ($110) for an ultra-smooth canvas for makeup.
Regina King visited the Arcona® skincare spa in Beverly Hills, where she underwent the popular Red-Carpet Radiance Treatment ($198 for 80 minutes). The treatment includes LED light and oxygen spray for a bright, glowing finish.
Emily Blunt sported a lit-from-within glow, thanks to Dior® makeup artist Jenn Streicher layering a host of products onto the star’s skin. Streicher focused on hydration above all. After pressing the Dior Capture Youth® New Skin Effect Enzyme Solution ($65) into Blunt’s skin, she added the Dior Capture Youth Intense Rescue Age-Delay Revitalizing Oil-Serum ($95) for an extra shot of luminosity. To finish, Streicher smoothed on the pore-erasing Capture Totale Dreamskin® ($150).
Allison Janney scored healthy-looking radiance after a visit to Georgia Louise Atelier, where the facialist exfoliated, massaged, and hydrated the 59-year old’s skin. If you can’t book a trip to Louise’s studio, try a DIY version with Georgia Louise® Enzyme Peeling Mask ($120) to exfoliate. Complete it with a face massage using the Georgia Louise Butterfly StoneTM ($75) and the Georgia Louise Vital Finishing SerumTM ($150).
We could hardly take our eyes away from Rachel Brosnahan’s luminous complexion. The screen star paid a visit to esteemed facialist, Joanna Vargas, where she received a lymphatic drainage massage to reduce puffiness. Additionally, Vargas used her brightening Vitamin C Face Wash ($40), vitamin C infused Rescue SerumTM ($150), and Daily Hydrating Cream ($75) on the star.
Emma Stone’s flawless skin was courtesy of the cult classic Clinique Dramatically Different® Hydrating Jelly ($28). Next, makeup artist Rachel Goodwin slathered the Clinique iD® Custom Hydrator Moisturizing Lotion + Cartridge on the star’s skin before applying makeup.
If you’ve been meaning to try at-home dermaplaning, consider Taraji P. Henson’s luminous skin to be your green light. Makeup artist Ashunta Sheriff for Dermaflash® used the deeply-exfoliating tool on Henson’s skin before applying makeup.
Makeup artist Adam Breuchaud for Kiehl’s Since 1851® prepped Lili Reinhart’s skin with some of the brand’s biggest hits. First, he applied the cult classic Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Cream ($30). Additionally, he patted the Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado ($48) under the actress’ eyes.
Camilla Belle stunned in a daring eye look — but we’d be remiss not to call out her radiant complexion, courtesy of makeup artist Hung Vanngo for CHANEL®. Vanngo relied on the Hydra Beauty Camellia Water Cream (launching March 2019) to intensely hydrate Belle’s face, and the Hydra Beauty® Nourishing Lip Care ($50) for her lips. The result: a plump, smooth canvas for makeup.
Makeup artist Kindra Mann for Charlotte Tilbury® enhanced Darren Criss’ skin with the brand’s new Goddess Cleansing Ritual® Dual Cleanser (comprised of an essential oil cleanser and pore-purging mask). Then, the star slipped on the Revolutionary Instant Magic Facial Dry Sheet Mask® ($22) before finishing with the cult classic Magic Cream® ($100 for 50ml).
Makeup artist Georgie Eisdell prepped Thandie Newton with a slew of skincare from Chantecaille©. Eisdell shared the exact products in an Instagram® post, which included the Chantecaille Pure Rosewater ($74), the 24K gold-infused Gold Recovery Mask ($270), and Rose de Mai Face Oil ($185).
Makeup artist Jillian Dempsey for Lancome® hydrated Julia Roberts’ skin with the brand’s Absolue® Revitalizing & Brightening Soft Cream ($208) followed by the Lancôme Prep & Hydrate ($35) illuminating primer for a poreless base. Dempsey smoothed her Gold Sculpting BarTM ($195) — a vibrating t-shaped device which delivers a mini face massage — over Roberts’ face to reduce puffiness and soothe facial tension.
Jodi Comer was prepped with Burt’s Bees® skincare products. Makeup artist Mai Quynh for Burt’s Bees started with the brand’s Hydrating Sheet Mask ($3). To lock in hydration, she finished with the Burt’s Bees Nourishing Facial Water ($13) and Burt’s Burt’s Bees Sensitive Daily Moisturizing Cream ($15).