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Golden Globes 2017: Recreating the Best Beauty Trends from the Red Carpet

W Beauty Editor-at-Large Sandra Ballentine, make-up artist Jordan Liberty and models Yara Khmidan and Corinne Foxx recreate two of the night’s stand-out beauty looks.


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On Sunday night, W Beauty Editor-at-Large Sandra Ballentine sat down with makeup artist Jordan Liberty to discuss the best beauty looks and upcoming trends from the 2017 Golden Globes red carpet. Models Yara Khmidan and Corinne Foxx were on hand to recreate the makeup for the audience at home, and provide tips on how to get the look.

The trends that stood out on the red carpet this year both focused on the lip, so Urban Decay’s newest lip product, Vice Liquid Lipstick, was essential: the waterproof formula is life-proof, and perfect for a day on the run or a night that begins on the red carpet. It also comes in 30 different shades. To recreate a deep oxblood lip on Foxx, Liberty layered two shades of the Vice Liquid Lipstick together – “Rocksteady” and “Blackmail”. Together, they create a perfect bold lip that was seen on so many walking the 2017 Golden Globes red carpet.

“If you are new to makeup or you’re not very good at applying lipstick, it’s so great to have a lip brush handy because it will help apply. Also really great for mixing shades” said Liberty.

Liberty also recreated a nude lip, which many wore as well. “The key to the perfect nude lip… is not matching your skin tone, but matching your lip tone,” Liberty explained. To recreate the shade of the evening on Khmidan, Liberty applied the Vice Liquid Lipstick in shade Trivial to her lips and finished off the look with another big trend for spring, fresh, glowing skin. To achieve this, the makeup artist used the Urban Decay Afterglow blush in the TMI shade.

Now, all you have to do is decide which trend you prefer.

Go behind the scenes here:

Golden Globes 2017: Recreating the Best Beauty Trends from the Red Carpet

Corinne Foxx gets makeup applied.

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Corrine Foxx has her hair done.

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Yara Khmidan has her makeup done.

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Makeup artist Jordan Liberty applies his own makeup.

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Behind the scenes.

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Behind the scenes.

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Urban Decay Vice Liquid Lipsticks, $18, urbandecay.com

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Beauty Editor-at-Large Sandra Ballentine and makeup artist Jordan Liberty on set.

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Yara Khmidan in her finished beauty look.

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A candid of Yara Khmidan.

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Yara Khmidan on set.

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Corinne Foxx in her final beauty look.

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On set with Corinne Foxx.

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Golden Globes 2017: Recreating the Best Beauty Trends from the Red Carpet