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MOST SURPRISING SHADOW
is so fashion-forward that she can make something as retro as frosted baby-blue eye shadow feel fresh and cool. Inspired by the star’s Naeem Khan gown, makeup artist Beau Nelson used Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Eye Shadow Single in Sky with Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Smoky Eyes Pencil in Midnight to create the look.
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LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT IN HAIR
Being genetically blessed in the follicular department is a solid start, but Nashville star Connie Britton takes her enviable tresses to soaring new levels on this red carpet. Stylist Rod Ortega relied on T3 Voluminous Hot Rollers with Leonor Greyl Serum de Soie Sublimateur and Mousse au Lotus Volumatrice for a glam Old Hollywood effect.
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SULTRIEST EYE MAKEUP
What goes with a red Versace dress and a bombshell blowout? Smoky eyes, of course. Matin Maulawizada, Global Artistry Director for Laura Mercier used – count ‘em – three different Laura Mercier liners (one for the lids, one for the lash lines and another for the inner rims), plus lots of mascara to create a “sexy, fun look” on winner .
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With all of her other achievements, it’s easy to forget that is also a Garnier spokeswoman. A fact which everyone was easily reminded of when the show’s cohost arrived with some seriously shiny, swingy, shampoo-commercial-worthy hair.
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BOLDEST LIP COLOR
Red lips on the red carpet? Pretty, but predictable. That’s why we were so impressed with Kaley Cuoco, who dared to wear a vampy hue instead. “We wanted to take a risk,” says her makeup artist (and one of our Golden Globes style Tweeters) Jamie Greenberg. The exact shade: mark Make it Rich Lip Crayon in Royale.
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Call it the effect. The most popular style of the night – sleek, sculpted waves with just a hint of bounce – was executed so flawlessly by Megan Fox, and Rachel Weisz that we had to honor all three of them.
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MOST CREATIVE MANI
We weren’t sure she’d be able to outdo last year’s little tuxedos, but Zooey Deschanel succeeded. The New Girl actress showed off adorable movie-themed nail art that included a camera and filmstrip.
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Two stars with poker-straight strands, two very different ways of achieving them. Sofia Vergara’s stylist Jen Atkin (for Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy ) ran a flat iron over just the ends of her hair to maintain fullness throughout the length, while Kerry Washington’s stylist Marcus Francis turned to John Frieda Frizz-Ease 3-Day Semi-Permanent Styling Spray to keep her hair sleek all night.
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When the back of your dress looks like this you obviously have to wear your hair up. Julianna Margulies opted for a slicked-back pony courtesy of stylist Sebastian Scolarici and lots of Elnett Satin Hairspray.
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