Zooey Deschanel’s make-up artist has revealed how she achieved the star’s Golden Globe Awards look.
The brunette beauty received a nomination for her role in TV comedy New Girl and looked gorgeous in a crimson Oscar de la Renta gown on the red carpet.
The star opted for understated hair and make-up to accompany her fabulous dress and Jorjee Douglass for Tarte Cosmetics has explained the process behind the look.
"We always love to go very '60s with Zooey’s make-up, so we looked to Brigitte Bardot and Twiggy for inspiration. We went with a modern Zooey version that made her blue eyes pop,” Jorjee told the US edition of OK! magazine.
Jorjee accentuated Zooey’s stunning eyes using a slick of classic black liquid liner with a dip at the corner to create a cat-eye shape and lashings of volumising mascara. The look was pulled together thanks to an elegant red lip colour, which perfectly suited her retro look.
Preparation for the big event started the night before, with the make-up expert using maracuja oil on Zooey’s skin to keep it soft and glowing.
The actress’ flawless complexion was achieved using a BB tinted primer, followed by maracuja foundation and concealer underneath the eyes.
To give the 32-year-old’s skin a little shimmer, Jorjee used a blush and glow luminizer and cheek tint, finished off with clay powder.
Zooey has revealed that she put a lot of thought into choosing her strapless Oscar de la Renta gown. “I looked at pictures of all the dresses and thought about what looked best in pictures. When you see a dress in a photo the next year, you want to like it. I think about these things,” she told WWD with a wink.
It wasn’t just Zooey’s frock and great skin that were the talk of the night.
The 500 Days of Summer star is known for her love of quirky nails, and impressed with a cute manicure.
Zooey showed off film-inspired fingertips, which boasted a camera design, complete with film reel artwork.
Last year, the actress impressed at the Golden Globes with tuxedo design nails.
“I love nail art,” she recently explained. “Usually, it might be inspired by something, but it might be just be, ‘Oh, that seems cool.’”
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