Jennifer Lopez revealed long legs in her chartreuse structured Giambattista Valli dress at the 2016 Golden Globes that aired Sunday evening on NBC, blowing the competition away with her red carpet perfection. The stylists from L’Oreal Paris crafted JLO’s hair, makeup, and nails for the annual awards show and have detailed the triple threat’s beauty lookbook as follows.
Lorenzo Martin for L’Oréal Paris collaborated with Jennifer Lopez for a “classic Hollywood look with hair that had a slight flip, which parted to the side.” Her hair was first washed with L’Oréal Paris Advanced Haircare Extraordinary Oil Nourishing Shampoo and Conditioner, and body was added with Advanced Hairstyle Boost It Air-Blown Texture Mist.
The 46-year-old actress’ hair was blown dried with a small round brush, using small sections. Prior to adding curls with a one-inch iron, L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle Boost It Blow Out Heat Spray was applied. Lopez’s hair was curled in one uniform direction, pinning each curl, and allowing to set. Extraordinary Oil Lustrous Oil Serum was added to the front and ends for shine, and brushing out the hair and adding Elnett Satin Hairspray for hold finished Jennifer’s Golden Globes’ hair.
Global manicurist Tom Bachik for L’Oréal Paris continued Jennifer Lopez’s Golden Globes’ beauty, keeping her “nails clean and chic with a deep burgundy red solid nail to compliment the yellow tone of the dress.” Tom filed the “Shades of Blue” star’s nails to a classic round shape, applying L’Oréal Paris Infallible Pro-Last Nailcolor in Always a Lady to Jennifer’s nails, followed by the topcoat side. For young looking, hydrated hands and healthy cuticles, Tom advises using a drop of L’Oréal Paris Age Perfect Hydra-Nutrition Facial Oil on each nail one to two times daily.
As always Jennifer Lopez’s makeup was picture perfect for the red carpet. Mary Phillips for L’Oréal Paris continued with the “old Hollywood glam” look stating, “Her skin and that lip color are the hallmarks of this look. It’s very elegant, gorgeous, and beautiful, while still being very modern and today. We’re always experimenting with her looks, and I think that tonight perfectly reflects that, with this classic, old school dose of beauty.”
Armani Prima Eye and Lip Contour Perfector were initially applied on the upper eyelid and the mouth and lip, and then the sheer tones of L’Oréal Paris True Match Lumi Cushion Foundations in Natural Tan, Perfect Beige, and Nude Beige were layered for a 3-D effect.
To contour, darker shades within the Infallible Pro Contour Palette (Medium) were added along JLO’s jawline, underneath the cheekbones, on the temple and hairline of the forehead and along the nose. Highlighter was applied to the center of the forehead; nose, directly above the jawline, and underneath the brow bone to reflect the light. To finish off the perfect complexion, True Match Super-Blendable Blush in Spiced Plum was added to the apples of cheeks for a fresh pop of color and extra dimension.
Paying special attention to the brow bones, L’Oréal Paris Colour Riche Eyeshadow Mono was added with Shade 201 as the backdrop color in the crease and 205 at the center of the upper lid and along the lower lashline. A very thin line of Infallible Black Velvet Liner was applied on the top lashes only, concentrating on making the line a little fuller at the ends without “winging out” too much, as that can tend to look costume-y with the rest of the look. Infallible Matte-Matic Liner was added to the upper and lower lashlines, “making sure to get in between lashes to add drama in an understated, un-heavy sort of way.” The eyes were finished with L’Oréal Paris Voluminous Superstar Mascara.
To complete Jennifer Lopez’s Hollywood glam makeup, three lip shades (L’Oréal Paris Infallible Pro-Matte Gloss in Rouge Envy, Nude Allude and Forbidden Kiss) were used, building up the colors in different areas. Darker colors were applied to the outside of the mouth, working in. Phillips wanted the lips to be “dark but not vampy, yet also have dimension and not come across as a one-note color for the 2016 Golden Globes.”