Celebrity makeup artist Karan Mitchell shares her notes on Selena Gomez's latest red-carpet look:
For the Golden Globes, Selena chose a beautiful Catherine Deane gown with chain accents, so I focused on the coral and golden tones to create a complementary beauty look.
For the base of the lid, I used the first two shades from the Anastasia Beverly Hills ILLUMIN8 Eye Shadow Palette in #1, blending on the eyelid as well as from the crease to the brow as a highlight. Next, I blended the soft plum accent (shade #4) on the crease, blending up and outward all the way to the eyebrow on the outer edges. Next, I wet the deep onyx shade from another Anastasia Beverly Hills Palette (#2) and used it as a liquid liner on the top lashes. Next, I round-brushed Lash Lifting Mascara into the root of Selena's upper and lower lashes for definition.
To define the brows, I sketched in Brow Wiz from Anastasia Beverly Hills (Medium Ash) using light upward strokes, filling in brows completely by drawing little hairs. Then I used the wand brush on the other end of Brow Wiz to blend the brow color through. This helps to soften the product and create a natural effect. To highlight the brow bone, I applied the brand's Brow Duality highlighter pencil (Camille/Sand) on the brow bone, starting above the iris to the end of the brow, and blended using my fingertip.
Lips & Cheeks
To achieve Selena's glossy, petal-pink lip, I used Anastasia Beverly Hills HydraFull Gloss in Sugar. Then, using my ring finger, I gently tapped the crème cheek color from the brand's Highlighting Crème Duo (St. Tropez) to apples of her cheeks, blending to hairline. To finish, I applied a small amount of the liquid highlighter along Selena's cheekbones and blended some on her shoulders, too!
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Hair Hits & Misses
Halle Berry's Red-Carpet Coif
Scarlett Johansson's Striking Updo