Let’s be honest, awards season has been pretty good so far. But, we still have the SAG Awards and the Academy Awards to look forward to. Don’t you just love the anticipation of the red carpet? Who is wearing what designer? And what will their hair and makeup look like. This past week, I actually got the inside scoop to a few Golden Globes celebrity looks thanks to L’Oreal Paris.
Let’s just get this out in the open…Camila Alves is beautiful. She’s gorgeous and she’s married to Matthew McConaughey. Lucky lady…she’s also been styled to the perfection this awards season. Last night, she rocked the Critics’ Choice Awards in a red Paule Ka dress, with minimal jewelry, and a sleek knot by NYC-based celebrity hairstylist Peter Butler. Here’s how you can copy her look.
When it comes to applying blush, I will admit I’ve had my challenges. I mean, who hasn’t? I’m no pro by any means, so when a brand like Lancome offers to send me their latest blush I’m very excited to practice my technique. But, you should know, this isn’t any ordinary blush. No it’s not. Let me introduce you to the Lancome Blush Subtil Palette.
No, we aren’t talking about the traditional Japanese kimonos. Although, those are amazingly beautiful. I’m talking about the loose fitting, lightweight, and almost cardigan-like kimono. A few have really caught my eye and now that’s all I can think about. I’m looking at you ASOS! So, I did a little research and found a few favorites that need to make it into my wardrobe.
The Golden Globes have come and gone, but the red carpet will live on in our hearts forever. Right? Well…it will for me. Because I have the inside scoop for you beauty lovers. I have a few tips on how you can get the beauty look of some of our favorites from last night’s red carpet—Sofia Vergara, Cate Blanchett, Julia Roberts, Zooey Deschanel, Rashida Jones, Drew Barrymore, and Allison Williams. And they were all about that classic beauty!
When it comes to my personal style, I never put comfort on the back burner. I just can’t. No matter where I’m going, my outfit has to be comfortable. That’s just how it has to be. It’s something that took me a long time to learn, unfortunately. It comes with age I guess. And that’s perfectly fine with me. Being comfortable equals happiness. And I love being happy with my fashion choices.