While the furore around the Golden Globes might have died down, there were plenty of takeaway moments from the awards ceremony that totally call for a look back. Like Awkwafina’s historic win when she become the first Asian-American to take home the lead actress award. Or when Brad Pitt gave a subtle shout out to Jennifer Aniston when asked if he would be bumping into his ex that night.
Another one of those takeaways? Gwyneth Paltrow’s golden glow—among a myriad of gorgeous hair and makeup looks—that played up her signature sun-kissed So-Cal gal aesthetic. Created by celebrity makeup artist Georgie Eisdell using Chantecaille, here’s the beauty breakdown behind that dreamy bronzed goddess look.
Eisdell started with the cult Future Skin foundation, matched to Paltrow in the shade Camomile, which is a light shade with golden undertones. Next, she touched up any imperfections on the skin and concealed under the eyes using the Real Skin+ Eye and Face Stick.
For definition, Eisdell used the award-winning Real Bronze compact in Goa to give the facial contours a dusting of cocoa bronze colour. On the cheeks, Eisdell created that glowy flush with a combination of products: “I started by using Cheek Gelée on the apple of the cheek, blending it with my fingers softly for a pinched-cheek effect. I then used Philanthropy Cheek Shade in Grace to give a beautiful glow and add a pop of colour.”
The actress’ shimmery statement eye was created using a trio of Luminescent Eye Shades called Cheetah, Lion and Elephant, which are a warm champagne, a golden copper, and a shimmery taupe grey respectively. Using the Shade and Sweep Brush, Eisdell blended the colours for depth and dimension to bring out Paltrow’s baby blues.
Keeping it simple so that the focus stays on Paltrow’s perfected skin and coquettish eyes, Eisdell painted on a nude pout with the Lip Veil lipstick in Tamboti before finishing up with a slick of Brilliant Gloss in Modern.