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    The Celebrity Hair And Makeup Details From The 2019 Golden Globes

    I need a reason to go to a red carpet event so I can recreate these looks myself.

    Emma Stone's wave + pearl hairstyle is making me want to wear pearls in my hair every day. Too much for a Monday at the office?

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    Emma's hairstylist Mara Roszak used Suave Firm Control Boosting Mousse to dampen her hair, then combed through and blow dried with a round brush. She added velcro rollers then sprayed with Flexible Control Finishing Hairspray. Next, Roszak gently brushed her hair and used a 1" curling iron to wave in the same direction all over. Brushing out the waves, she used Natural Refresh Dry Shampoo all over to give lift. She finished the look off with the hairspray and HELLO it's stunning.

    If, like everyone, you're freaking out over Lupita Nyong'o's eye makeup, good news: I have the deets. It's Lancôme Drama Liqui-Pencil in Cote d Azur on the lower lash line plus Monsieur Big Color Lash Top Coat in Blue along the roots.

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    Lupita's makeup artist Nick Barose created the look to match her gown.

    Rachel Brosnahan wore Charlotte Tilbury makeup, specifically that coral matte lip which is a combination of Lip Cheat lip liner in Pink Venus and Matte Revolution Lipstick in Sexy Sienna.

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    Rachel's makeup artists Lisa Aharon created the full look.

    As for her hair, Ashley Streicher did Rachel's hair using Fekkai products.

    Kiki Layne looked like a dang princess at the Golden Globes. Her smokey eye is thanks to Pat McGrath MOTHERSHIP V: Bronze Seduction Palette, with Entrapment, Disobedient, Xtreme Aubergine and Rose Gold 005 being the main shades used.

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    Her makeup artist Rebekah Aladdin for Pat McGrath Labs also combined three products for the lips: PERMAGEL Ultra Lip Pencil in Buff topped with LUXTRANCE Lipstick in She's Heaven! The finishing touch is LUST: Gloss in Flesh Fantasy.

    Gemma Chan looks so old Hollywood glamour that my heart has stopped and I have ceased to exist. Her statement red lipstick is Clé de Peau Lipstick Cashmere in 103 Legend. Appropriately named for Legend Gemma Chan!

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    Gemma's makeup artist Monika Blunder blotted the lipstick with a tissue and set with translucent setting powder to keep it in place for the Globes.

    Hairstylist Clariss Rubenstein for Olivia Garden worked on Gemma's textured bun for the evening and just WOW.

    Lili Reinhart's deep red smokey eye is making me feel a lot of feelings. Her MUA used Pat McGrath MOTHERSHIP V: Bronze Seduction palette, PERMAGEL Ultra Glide Eye Pencil in BLK Coffee, and FetishEyes Mascara (which will be launching later this month!!!!).

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    Here's a bonus skin care tip from Lili's makeup artist Adam Breuchaud for Pat McGrath Labs: Use Kiehls Calendula & Aloe Soothing Hydration Masque to hydrate and prep the skin the morning of or night before.

    Constance Wu's hairstylist Marissa Marino created this somehow both undone and completely put together braid for the Globes. Starting with Dove Care Between Washes Invisible Dry Shampoo, she gave Constance's hair a gritty texture to hold onto the style for the night.

    Excuse my squinting eyes while looking at Taraji P. Henson's glowy-as-heck skin! Her makeup artist prepped with Dermaflash Luxe, plus Flash & Glow Resurfacing Peel Pads.

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    Taraji's makeup artist Ashunta Sheriff created this stunning look.

    Janelle Monáe looked like straight royalty at the Golden Globes! Her lipstick is two products combined: Rouge D’Armani Matte Lipstick in 102 Androgino all over and a swipe of Ecstasy Lacquer Liquid Lipstick in 502 Boudoir.

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    On Janelle's eyes, her makeup artist Jessica Smalls used a soft brown shadow all over. Then Giorgio Armani Eyes to Kill Eye Quattro Eyeshadow in 8 Festival — the rust color in her crease and the deep brown on the outer corners. She finished with Smooth Silk Eye Pencil in 4 black to create the winged line, then Black Ecstasy Mascara on her lashes.

    A blue star is born! To get Lady Gaga's ~stormy~ purple eye, her MUA used two shades — Dress and How You Want — from the Marc Jacobs Eye-Conic Multifinish Eyeshadow Palette in Frivoluxe on the lid, blending up and out to create layers of smoke.

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    Makeup artist Sarah Tanno finished the look with Velvet Noir Major Volume Mascara on the top and bottom lashes.

    Host, winner, and all-around Golden Globes record breaker Sandra Oh wore essie Gel Couture in Tailor-Made With Love (out in January!) to accept her award and present.

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    Emily Blunt brought back the fishtail braid and it is time that I finally learn how to do one of these bad boys. Her hairstylist used Fekkai products and FHI Heat tools to get this stunner of a look.

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    Emily's hairstylist Laini Reeves started with The One by Frédéric Fekkai One to Believe In Leave-In Conditioner and blew the hair dry with the FHI Heat Platform Limited Edition Chrome Hair Dryer in Rose Gold. She twisted strands of hair around her fingers to create texture. Then she used a 1 1/2” curling iron to get even more waves. After all that drying, she applied Dry Texturizing Spray and raked her fingers through to really amp up the volume. She created the fishtail braid and secured it in a halo shape around the back of Emily's head. The pieces in the front were styled using a 1” flat iron. The whole look was finished with hairspray and then BAM it hit the red carpet.

    The style deserves a back shot so here you go, my friends:

    Happy Awards Season, y'all!