Robin looked stunning as she took the stage to accept Best Actress in a TV Series, Drama at the 2014 Golden Globes on Jan. 12 in Beverly Hills. Get her exact makeup and hair looks below!
Robin Wright, 47, never ages! Her hair and makeup was so modern and cool at the 2014 Golden Globes. Celebrity makeup artist Tricia Sawyer used Orlane products to create her stunning makeup look — find out the exact products used on Robin below! Plus, we chatted with her hair colorist Kyle White to bring you the deets on her sexy style!
Robin Wright At Golden Globe Awards — Her Exact Makeup
The makeup look was inspired by Robin’s sparkly, vintage dress: “It’s a beautiful champagne color like a golden nude, so we kept to the color scheme,” Tricia tells HollywoodLife.com.
Prep the skin with the Orlane’s Absolute Skin Recovery Anti-Fatigue Masque.
The apply Anti-Fatigue Absolute Radiance Cream all over the face: “I love this cream because it helps to retain moisture for long periods of time and Robin has a long night ahead of her so it’s perfect!”
For a flawless face, Tricia used Orlane’s Absolute Skin Recovery Smoothing Foundation in Shade 20 with the Antonym Foundation Brush and spot concealed. To set the foundation, she finished with Orlane’s Poudre Libre all over the face.
To highlight, Tricia applied a shine stick on Robin’s cheekbones, cupid’s bow, and down the center of her nose.
For a flush on her cheeks, she used Dior coral blush. She added more oomph with Orlane Bronzer under her cheekbones and alone the jawline.
Her Eyes & Lips
To define Robin’s eyes, she lined them on the inside and on the outer rim, using Antonym’s Certified Natural Eyeliner in Noir. She used a small shadow brush to smudge it. She applied a false strip of lashes for extra glamour and finished with Orlane’s Volume Care Mascara.
For Robin’s nude lip, Tricia used Dior Addict’s Gloss in #343.
Since her arms were bare, Tricia used Orlane’s Refining Arm Cream to moisturize and then applied the Orlane Bronzer to give her arms a golden glow.
Robin’s Gorgeous Hair Color — Expert Tips
“Robin likes a soft, natural looking blonde, which we create by doing foil highlights and the occasional low light when necessary to maintain depth, contrast and keep it looking multi-dimensional,” says Kyle White, lead colorist at the Oscar Blandi Salon, who has worked with Robin in NYC since 2011. “We leave the hair at the nape of her neck darker, in the same way that the sun would lighten hair naturally — just on the top of the head and around the frame of the face. The final step is a gloss to prevent fading, lock in sparkle and give ridiculous shine.”
Do you love Robin’s hair and makeup, HollywoodLifers?
— Dory Larrabee