Angelina, Isla, Penelope, Salma, Sandy, (I’m not going near Glenn) . . . last night the Globes was awash in neutral dresses and nude make-up, a sure sign of what’s to come this spring. Yet it wasn’t the ethereal that lifted me from my mid-winter stupor, rather the old-Hollywood glamour of those Mad Men sirens. January Jones’ refreshing 1940s face was courtesy of makeup artist Rachel Goodwin, who used Chanel products to create the look.
FACE: Rachel kept January’s skin very fair, almost translucent looking with a sheer foundation applied with a wet sponge all over on her face and body. She finished with Chanel Poudre Cristalline, an ultra-fine translucent powder, to give her skin a soft, matte texture. Rachel also added just the slightest hint of soft bronze along the brow bone and the cheek bones to give soft definition to January’s look.
EYES: Rachel swept Chanel Automatic Liquid Eyeliner in Brun along the upper lid, extending out to the edge of her brow, which she definded with Chanel Brow Definer in Soft Brown.
LIPS: The sexy, glamorous lip was courtesy of Chanel Rouge Allure in Dazzling, a true tangerine red with a semi matte texture. The unexpected pop of color perfectly complemented the sky-blue color of January’s eyes—and the dress, which was all Versace.