Gina Rodriguez rocked the red carpet at the 2017 Golden Globes, Jan. 8, and it was her loose waves that made our heads turn! Get the scoop on how to recreate her vintage waves with a modern twist!
Gina Rodriguez, 32, was head-to-toe perfection on the Golden Globes red carpet, Jan. 8, and we’ve got the secret to her classic finger waved locks by Joico Celebrity Hair Stylist, Paul Norton.
Gina’s old Hollywood style gown was a plunging, beaded white work of art that Paul wanted to highlight. He complimented her look completely with a modern day twist he put on her vintage waves. “I wanted to create a modern yet vintage look for Gina. Cabaret was my inspiration,” Paul said.
To get Gina’s flawless waves, Paul used the following Joico products: Power Gel, PowerWhip, JoiShape Shaping & Finishing Spray, K-PAK Protect and Shine Serum, Power Spray, Hair Shake, and Gold Dust Shimmer Spray.
Here’s how YOU can recreate her gorgeous waves:
Paul started prepping the hair with Joico Power Whip and tousled dry pushing the hair all to one side off a deep part. He also took a round brush only on the hair line to get it smooth.
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He then began on the lighter side in the back and began to start to put a gentle bend in the hair with a 1 inch iron, taking 1 inch sections and spraying JoiShape Shaping & Finishing Spray to each section prior to curling.
He curled each side away from the face, wrapping the hair over the iron and leaving the ends out for a more modern vibe . As he got to the hair around the face, he began to use small silver clips to keep the hair off the face so it could cool and give a nice s-shape wave.
Once her curls cooled, he used KPAK Protect and Shine Serum to help him finger comb though the hair, adding tons of shine.
Taking a large comb to help detail and place the hair, he then began to spray JoicoPower Spray to help keep the hair into position as well as giving him a strong hold to keep back Gina’s previously shaved side, which is now growing out back and way from her face.
Lastly, he used Joico Hair Shake just on the ends for separation and finished the look with more power spray. After seeing the completed look, he decided that he wanted more glimmer, so he added a once over with Joico Gold Dust Shimmer Spray to match to sparkle of the dress!
Gina’s Makeup — Get The Look
Makeup artist Carissa Ferreri created her gorgeous smokey eye and pink lip look. Gina told us: “I never get a lot of sleep before big events. So to make sure my eyes look awake and bright, I use keep Clinique’s Pep Start Eye Cream in my hand bag to touch up and look bright.”
Carissa used a creamy beige eye shadow base (try Clinique’s Touch Base For Eyes in Canvas Light) across the lids and up to the crease. Then she applied a bright silver powder shadow — like the lightest shade in All About Shadow Quad in Smoke and Mirrors, from the lash line up to just above the crease, and blended with a cotton swab to soften the edges.
Next, she applied a charcoal shadow with a subtle shimmer (try shade 3 in Smoke and Mirrors) on top of the silver in a “V” shape on the outer two-thirds of the eyelid, following the top lashline working outward to the temple and the wrapping it back around under the crease.
She used a black liquid liner, similar to Pretty Easy Liquid Eye Lining Pen in Black, to line the upper lids, extended the line outward slightly past the lashline. To strengthen the liner, she used a short, angled eyeliner brush to apply more charcoal shadow along the upper lash line.
For glam lashes, apply two coats of mascara on both upper and lower lashes. Gina used Lash Power Flutter to Full Mascara, a mascara where you can customize the volume, on the highest setting.
Gina chose a rich nude lip, Pop Matte Lip Colour in Blushing Pop, a close match to her natural lip color, then topped with a nude gloss. Gina said: “To be honest, I don’t even re-apply my lipstick. I know that I should, but I never remember to do it. I guess I’m having too much fun!”
HollywoodLifers, will you recreate Gina’s hair and makeup at the Globe?! Tell us below!