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Kate Winslet at the Golden Globes: Makeup By Lancome, Hair by Fekkai

Kate Winslet looked a beautiful as ever at the Golden Globes.

Celebrity makeup artist Jillian Dempsey did Lancôme ambassador Kate Winslet’s makeup.  Here is how:

Kate’s look was clean and luminous. Armani Luminous Silk Foundation showed off Kate’s naturally beautiful complexion. To create contoured cheekbones, Jillian used Avon Be Blushed in Blushing Nude and highlighted the cheeks with a brightener. Jillian Dempsey For Avon Professional Kohl Eye Liner in Navy played off the midnight hues of Kate’s dress. Several coats of Lancôme Hypnôse Mascara in Excessive Black really made Kate’s eyes pop. For Kate’s matte lip, which she requested, Jillian topped lip liner with Lancôme L’Absolu Rouge in Rich Cashmere for a soft, pretty finish.

For Kate Winslet’s hair, Renato Campora for Frederic Fekkai was inspired by the idea of a glamorous woman leaving her hotel room in a rush. He created a sexy, low chignon with an undone feel and lots of texture.  Here is how to get the look:

On wet hair Renato applied FEKKAI COIFF™ STRONG HOLD VOLUME MOUSSE mixed with FEKKAI ADVANCED™ BRILLIANT GLOSSING™ CREAM.  These two products together provide the right balance to create a texture that leaves the hair hydrated.  With the hair still wet, he created a side part and placed pins curls throughout the entire head and dried the hair with a diffuser. Once the hair was 80 percent dry, he removed the pin curls.  Renato used his fingers to produce texture and finished drying the hair with the diffuser. He then applied FEKKAI Salon Technician Color Care™ Anti-Fade Top Coat throughout the hair for shine.  Next, he softened the ends by using a curling iron. He then applied the FEKKAI Au Naturel Dry Shampoo all over the head to give the final look some modernity and volume. After that, Renato formed the chignon, by pulling the hair down into a low pony tail; he wrapped the rubber band around once and created a loop with the hair when you take it through the pony tail the second time. Campora used long hair pins to secure the pieces to the side and played with the texture to make the chignon. He left loose pieces in the front to frame and soften the face. This allows the hair in the front to blend with the chignon in the back perfectly, so there is no contrast.  Finally, he finished with FEKKAI Full Blown Volume™ Lifting Hairspray and dried with a diffuser to maintain the look.

By the way, Armani foundation is incredible, I can’t recommend it enough. Look for it, along with Lancome and Fekkai items, at Sephora.com.

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