Celebrity makeup artist Tricia Sawyer used Orlane products to create 2014 Golden Globes winner for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Drama Robin Wright’s gorgeous look for the Golden Globes.
The breathtaking look was inspired by the dress that Robin wore, which was a very 1970’s club, vintage dress in a beautiful champagne color like a golden nude, so her makeup was kept to the color scheme. Robin Wright looked approximately twenty years younger, thanks to Orlane! You too, can get Robin Wright's flawless, winning and youthful look with Orlane's products, by following Tricia Sawyer's beauty and skincare tips...
To prep the skin, Tricia used Orlane’s Absolute Skin Recovery Anti-Fatigue Masque. Afterwards, she applied Anti-Fatigue Absolute Radiance Cream all over the face. Tricia loves this cream because it helps to retain moisture for long periods of time, and Robin had a long night ahead of her so it was perfect, as you can tell from her forever young Golden Globe photos.
Next, Tricia applied Orlane’s Absolute Skin Recovery Smoothing Foundation in Shade 20 with the Antonym Foundation Brush and spot concealed. To set the foundation, she dusted Orlane’s Poudre Libre all over the face.
To highlight and attract light for photography, Tricia applied a shine stick to Robin’s cheekbones, cupid’s bow, and the center of her nose. Then, she used a Dior coral blush on the apples of her cheeks and the Orlane Bronzer under her cheekbones and alone the jawline for more dimension.
For Robin’s eyes, Tricia applied Antonym’s Certified Natural Eyeliner in Noir along the inside of the eyes and on the outer rim. She smudged it out with a small eye shadow brush and then used a customized eye shadow palette for a nude look. After applying a strip of lashes, she used Orlane’s Volume Care Mascara on Robin's lashes.
To give Robin's lips a nice color, Tricia used Dior Addict’s Gloss in #343.
For Robin's arms, Tricia used Orlane’s Refining Arm Cream to moisturize and then applied the Orlane Bronzer to give a bronzy look.