Award show newcomer Alicia Vikander totally killed it on the red carpet at the Golden Globes with a flawless beauty look. ‘The Danish Girl’ star wore her hair in a twisted low knot with a pink lip and soft shimmery eye makeup. Find out more about her beauty look and get the details on the breakout star!
Alicia Vikander, 27, is officially one-to-watch! Nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama for her role in The Danish Girl, the Swedish actress stunned in a white gown with the subtle, yet jaw-droppingly gorgeous hair and makeup to match.
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Obviously Alicia’s skin is already pretty amazing, but makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury played up her flawless complexion even further by giving her a soft highlight, shimmering champagne eyeshadow and pink cheek with her Beach Stick in Las Salinas. She completed the look with a matte pink lip, using Lip Cheat in Pink Venus to line her lips and mixing her Matte Revolution Lipstick in Walk of Shame and Sexy Sienna on top.
For her hair, Christopher Naselli worked with Tresemmé to give her a classic and sleek low knot. To add a little something extra to the look, Christopher parted Alicia’s hair to the side and twisted the side pieces, creating an intricate, knotted look at the back.
Alicia Vikander Golden Globes Hair & Makeup — Twisted Knot & Glowing Skin
In addition to her nomination, Alicia also landed her first Vogue cover for the mag’s January issue. In her interview, she talks her breakout year, saying: “To be quite honest, it’s nerve-racking, the way these films sort of piled up. It’s a mixed feeling when everything you’ve ever wanted in making films is coming true, and yet you feel scared because it’s happening all at once. Suddenly you’re in rooms with people you’ve looked up to for years, the Judi Denches. You wonder if you’re good, if you have what it takes. You carry an anxiety around with you—I’ve met many actors now who will say this—and the lonely feeling that this could be your one chance.”
She also talked about making The Danish Girl: “This was not a film of the ‘now’ when we started making it,” Alicia said, “and it’s frankly amazing to think of the cultural change that has taken place since we started. But I think it’s important to remember that the issues Lili encountered 100 years ago are still issues. You read the statistics about how trans people are physically and psychologically abused, how they are discriminated against at work. This is a civil rights movement.”
Did you love Alicia’s beauty look as much as we did, HollywoodLifers? Are you excited to see more from her in 2016?