Celebrity makeup artist Karen Kawahara created the look for Julia Louis Dreyfus at the 2014 Golden Globes using Votre Vu products. The bright orangey-red color dress inspired Karen to focus the look on a stronger eye with a lighter lip.
Karen used Votre Vu Attentive Crème du Jour to prep Julia's skin, and applied Amour D’Ore Multi-Vitamin Oil to her body before hair and nails, to ensure that it had time to absorb into the skin. Karen also applied a little bit of the Luxee Yeux as well around the eye contour.
Karen applied the Love Me Deux Foundation in Cannes to Julia's entire face and concealed her under eye with a mixture of the Lingerie Pour Les Yeux in Light and Medium.
She also used the Lingerie Pour Les Yeux in Light all over Julia's lids and applied powder on top of it to ensure that the eyeshadows lasted all night. Karen like to apply eyeliner first to create the shape she wants in Julia's eye and then shadow on top of that. She used Le Joli Crayon in Charbon and pushed it in between Julia's lashes, then started with a very thin line in her inner eye, gradually getting thicker towards the outside. Karen added a little wing on the corners to give Julia's eyes a lift. To create a popping eye, Karen used Votre Vu’s Palette in Play in Copper. The lightest vanilla shadow was placed towards the inside of Julia's eye and the lighter copper color was brushed over about ¾ of her outside lid.
Karen very lightly, lined the inside of Julia's eye with a burgundy color. The darker copper color in the Palette in Play was also placed close to her bottom lashes underneath her eye. To finish off Julia's eyes, Karen used Eiffel Power Mascara as well as some individual lashes.
Vu-On Rouge Color Accent in Bouquet Rose was used to give some color on Julia's lip and cheeks. Karen applied all over the cheek using her finger, and created a pale lip with a lip brush to apply the color, and went over with soft coral for a bit of sheen.
Karen mixed the Arch de Triumphe in Fair and Dark Brown to go over Julia's brows, since she didn’t want them to seem too dark.
Then, Karen used the Beaute en Bronze Blush which was very sheer and then applied the Dior Blush in Amber on top for a bit more color.
Lastly, Karen set Julia's makeup with Belle Poudre in Light.