Classic Red Carpet Beauty
Some stars, like Emma Stone, opted for classic smoky eyes at this year’s Golden Globes, but a neutral makeup theme showed off the natural beauty of many of this year’s red carpet crowd.
Leaving her Glee look behind, Lea wore an antique embroidered dress from Marchesa. Her striking eyes were luminous in layered colors (Lancome 5 Color Palette in Gris Fatale). In contrast, Lea wore a subtle neutral on her lips in a matte finish (Lancome L’Absolu Rouge in Rich Cashmere).
Winners on the Red Carpet
Last night’s Golden Globes were full of surprises.
One of the highlights was Paul Giamatti’s win for Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical (we loved his shout out to Canada and Montreal).
Red carpet style focused on glamour (with many versions of the up-do) but there were a few new looks like Sandra Bullocks‘ fringy hair with heavy bangs. Olivia Wilde also rocked a straight hair look with side bangs.
NYT Stereotypes Christina Hendricks as a Big Girl
The New York Times’ On the Runway fashion blog is under fire for featuring a distorted photo of Christina Hendricks wearing a peach-colored Christian Siriano gown at the Golden Globes.
The photo included the following fashion commentary from style bogger Cathy Horyn regarding the Mad Men actress: “As one stylist said, ‘You don’t put a big girl in a big dress. That’s rule number one.'”
Following a similar theme, The Moment blog showed pictures of Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, and Courtney Cox with the following observation by Andy Port:
“Maybe it’s just me, but I could have sworn that some of the ladies who showed up at the Golden Globes on Sunday had put on a little weight.”