The Exact Beauty Products Celebrities Wore to the Golden Globes

The 74th Golden Globes award show kicked off awards season on Sunday night, debuting some of the most talented Hollywood stars in the process. While many of us awaited the big night in angst over which nominees would win their designated category, it was actually the red carpet that stole the show for us this year, showing off some stunning beauty looks to start the night off right.

So now that all the winners have been announced, we decided to round up the exact beauty products all our favorite stars wore on the red carpet. Even better: They’re much more affordable than you might think.

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Lancôme L’Absolu Rouge in Souvenir ($32)

"Best Actress in a Comedy" nominee Lily Collins wore a red, matte lip created by makeup artist Fiona Stiles. To keep Lily's lips from becoming shiny, Stiles dusted loose powder over them once they had been filled in.


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Burt’s Bees BB Cream in Light/Medium ($15)

Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams prepped her skin with a light BB cream before adding a touch of foundation for additional coverage.


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Kiehl’s Daily Reviving Concentrate ($46)

Golden Globes nominee Felicity Huffman kept her skin glowing by using this serum under her makeup.


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Virtue Create Uplifted Volumizing Whip ($36)

Reese Witherspoon wore a side-swept chignon created by celebrity hairstylist Adir Abergel who used only Virtue products to create the look.


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BECCA Under Eye Brightening Corrector ($30)

Celebrity makeup artist Mary Philips kept Chrissy Teigen’s 2017 Golden Globes' look radiant with this under-eye corrector that brightens and blurs the area instantly.


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Goldwell Kerasilk Smoothing Fluid ($26)

To control flyaways, celebrity hairstylist Bryce Scarlett used this smoothing fluid as his last step on Natalie Portman, applying it to the ends and any sections of frizz within the hair.


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The Beachwaver Pro 1.25” Curling Iron ($129)

Celebrity hairstylist Sarah Potempa used the Beachwaver Pro 1.25” Curling Iron to create extra volume and loose waves on actress Lea Michele before her red-carpet debut.


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Fekkai Blowout Primer ($20)

By first spritzing the Fekkai Blowout Primer on Thandie Newton’s hair pre–Golden Globes, hairstylist Lacy Redway for Fekkai blocked her strands from frizzing all night long.


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Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Eyeshadow in Sparkling Sable ($19)

A beautiful taupey bronze, this eye shadow was the perfect pick for Sarah Hyland’s sultry look. 


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KISS Lash Couture in Little Black Dress ($6)

Jenna Dewan Tatum’s heavily lined eyes got an extra pop of definition using these faux lashes along her top lash line.



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Charlotte Tilbury Hot Lips in Kidman’s Kiss ($32)

Nicole Kidman sported a silver smoky eye and rose-petal pink lipstick that makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury actually named after the star herself.


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As a red-carpet staple, celebrity hairstylist Scotty Cunha locked in Kristin Cavallari’s retro waves with a volumizing hairspray.


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St. Tropez One Night Only Face & Body Lotion in Light/Medium ($16)

Heidi Klum's glowing tan at the Golden Globes wasn't courtesy of an extended vacation. It turns out that her bronzed skin can actually be attributed to this pigment-packed body lotion that gives the user a tanned appearance for up to 24-hours. 

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