Emma Stone has been wowing everyone with her stunning The Amazing Spider-Man promotional tour looks as of late, but let's not forget her gorgeous Golden Globes style from a few months back. Donning a purple and fuchsia Lanvin gown, Emma accentuated her ensemble with a sexy, metallic cat-eye and soft rose lips. We loved the look so much that we invited makeup artist Rachel Goodwin (who created Emma's red-carpet palette for the evening) to our studios to show us how to get this sultry style at home. So watch now to learn how you can make this palette your own on your next big night out.
The same mind-set rang true when it came to Emma's hairstyle. Celebrity stylist Mara Roszak for Moroccanoil explained, "I felt it should play against the dress and look sleek in an effortless, textured way." To do this, Roszak spritzed Moroccanoil Luminous hair spray strong ($21) on Emma's blow-dried strands. She then pulled Emma's hair back low at the nape, twisted it into a knot, and tucked the ends under. A Cartier diamond brooch was attached at the back for a chic finish. Polish suggestions: Revlon ColorStay nail enamel in Stormy Night ($8) or Chanel le Vernis nail color in Beige ($25).
For January's hair, Frederic Fekkai stylist Renato Campora began by applying Fekkai Advanced Full Blown Styling Whip ($23) and Contrôle Ironless Straightening Balm ($25) to smooth. He parted her hair to the side and blow dried it using a round brush. To create waves, he put her hair in hot rollers and let them sit for 10 minutes. Once he took the rollers out, Renato brushed through her hair, creating volume and constructing shape for the style, and finished up with a spritz of hairspray.
First Nars came out with the ever-popular Orgasm blush, a peachy-pink with shimmer, followed by Super Orgasm, a peachy-pink with gold shimmer. And this year for its holiday collection, the luxe brand is going for something unexpectedly mellow with Sex Appeal ($26), a gorgeously soft and subtle peach. Call it Nars Orgasm "lite," if you will. Wear it on the apples of the cheeks for a hint of color or as a contour to make a bolder, brighter blush stand out. Makeup artist Rachel Goodwin used the shade on Blake Lively earlier this month (a look that the majority of you were loving), while makeup artist Melanie Inglessis recently tried it out on Kylie Minogue. For something a bit more affordable, try Revlon's Matte Blush in Peach ($9) or customize your own shade with Physicians Formula's multitoned Blush Palette in Peach ($10).
You all absolutely adored January's sexy, soft look last night, and I did, too, so I got the scoop on how her makeup artist, Rachel Goodwin, did it. Goodwin says, "January's Emmy makeup was all about sleek, modern shapes. The overall look was meant to feel strong but refined." To complement the futuristic, classic look of January's dress, Goodwin used lots of texture to mimic the design. To find out how to get the how-to just keep reading.