8 steps to Amal Clooney’s Golden Globes makeup from Charlotte Tilbury

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1.
First, Goddess Skin clay mask (available later this year) was used to
smooth and perfect skin. Then Tilbury applied Magic Cream moisturizer,
followed by Wonderglow primer to create a flawless soft focus and an
instant “spotlight” effect, and to serve as a base for Tilbury Light
Wonder foundation in 7 Medium.

2. Next came
Retoucher concealer in 2 Fair and 3 Medium underneath each eye. A
dusting of Airbrush Flawless Finish Skin Perfecting Micro-Powder in 2
Medium down the middle of the face served to absorb oil, keeping skin
dewy and fresh.

3. Tilbury applied Brow Lift in Cara D to perfect brows and shape the face.

Amal Clooney4.
To bring out the golden highlights in Clooney’s eyes, Tilbury used the
Pop shade from the Luxury eyeshadow palette in her Dolce Vita collection
across the lids. Rock ‘N’ Kohl eye pencil in Barbarella Brown was
applied around each eye. To soften the liner, the Sophia shade of
Classic eye powder pencil was applied on top. Tilbury applied three
coats of Full Fat Lashes mascara to the top lashes and only one coat to
bottom lashes to create an open-eyed look.

5.
To add a red-carpet-worthy glow, Tilbury used Filmstar Bronze &
Glow to highlight and sculpt Clooney’s cheeks, nose, jawline and
temples.

6. Cheek to Chic in Love Glow and First Love were both swept across the cheekbones.

7.
Tilbury gave Clooney a velvety, red lip by using Lip Cheat lip liner in
Savage Rose along with a mixture of K.I.S.S.I.N.G. lipstick in Night
Crimson and Matte Revolution lipstick in Red Carpet Red (available later
this year).

8. Though Clooney famously wore
white elbow gloves, Tilbury made sure her arms were ready for prime
time, applying Multi-Miracle Glow for moisture and a dewy finish,
followed by Supermodel Body to sculpt and illuminate the limbs.

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