Look like a Hollywood star with these Red Carpet season inspired looks!

The promise of a new awards season is one of the most exciting parts of the new year and this year the red carpet is even more rocking thanks to the bold cohort of strong, fearless women standing in solidarity as part of the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements!

Equally as fierce are their daring makeup choices; with the all-black dress code at the Golden Globes meaning that many celebrities went down different routes with their hair and makeup, choosing to express themselves and make another powerful statement with colourful lips, statement eye-shadows and bold beautiful brows.

With so many outstanding beauty looks it was hard to pick our favourites, but there were some looks that definitely stood out from the crowd. Check out our top three makeup looks from the 2018 Golden Globes red carpet below.

 

Debra Messing’s Statement Eye.

The Will & Grace actress knows that the best thing to pair with fiery red tresses is a pop of emerald green liner and lashings of smokey eyeshadow! Get the look with our Pressed Pigments available in a variety of four expertly coordinated shades, each palette can create a multitude of dramatic and bold looks. You can also book into the salon for a premium lash makeover!

 

Mandy Moore’s Bright Lip.

The This Is Us actress amped up her beauty look by adding bright tangerine lips and eyes. Get the look with our Xtreme Lipstick - available in nine fabulous colours you’re sure to find a shade to match any outfit.

 

Sadie Sink’s Blushing Beauty:

Sadie might by young, but she slayed her first red carpet appearance bringing her A game with an ethereal glow angels themselves would be jealous of! Get the look with our Baked Finishing Powder to highlight and contour while adding instant radiance to your cheeks. Then finish off your look with brushed up brows masterfully held into place with our best selling Brow Fixx gel.


Now we count down to the Oscars *put popcorn in the microwave* !!


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