The Pretty Detail You Probably Missed on Margot Robbie’s Golden Globes Makeup

Curated via Twitter from Glamour’s twitter account….

That product I pretty much use on everyone when I do makeup, like everyone, because it’s the perfect taupe-y color that can give structure to your eyes without looking heavy or makeup-y.

On the day of the event, hopefully, when she gets her final fitting, I'll try something on her so she can check, “Oh yeah, that’s going to work. ” For instance, I wasn’t sure about the lip tone until I saw the dress on her body, because the lip could have gone sheer and a little bit brighter.

It’s a funny story—she wanted to try me because she really liked Kate Bosworth’s makeup, which I do, and she had screenshotted a lot of Kate’s red-carpet makeup looks.

But with the eyeliner, for instance, I was going back and forth about what color to use at the lash line—in the bodice, you could kind of pull out any color—but I kept veering toward purple in my head because I love purple with a green eye.

I never use any mascara other than the Chanel Le Volume mascara–and not just on Margot, on everyone–because I need a mascara that’s going to go on the lash but that’s not going to flake.

Which brings us to Margot Robbie's killer Chanel gown and breezy bronzed skin at the 2020 Golden Globes Sunday night.

Absolutely, it’s always a collaborative thing, because she’s the one who’s got to wear it and she’s the one who's got to feel good carrying it off.

I didn’t want it to be a big colorful eye because there’s a lot of color going on in the dress, but I wanted the idea of it.

It’s one thing on paper and a mood board and a whole other thing in real life.

Then I love the Chanel Waterproof Brow Pencil, the light blond is the perfect color for Margot.

Starting sometimes as early as five hours before the red carpet begins, hair and makeup artists work their magic to make the finishing touch on an awards season look total perfection.

First, I gave her eyes some depth with Stylo Ombre et Contour in Contour Clair in the crease and under the lower lashline.

Ideally, when she sits down for makeup, it’s worked out and laid out and ready to go.

After prepping her skin with Chanel La Solution 10 de Chanel on her face and the firming Anti-Wrinkle Flash Eye Revitalizer around her eyes, I buffed in Ultra Le Teint Velvet in 30.

It’s just one shade deeper than her actual lip tone, which creates the most beautiful and natural depth.

The Globes are generally an event that can have an element of fun to them, but it’s an acting event; it’s not a fashion event.

It’s whether the girls can carry off a little "something something. " It’s not always appropriate, but when it is, it’s really about the wear–that they feel confident to carry it off.

If she didn’t feel confident about the color, no matter how subtle I make it, then I’m not going to do it.

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