Obviously, stars put a lot into looking the best that they can, especially for award shows. However, the tricks used by their glam teams are pretty straightforward and simple to do.
For the Golden Globes, makeup professional Sarah Tanno recreated Sophia Loren's classic eye look with a navy metallic twist.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus' look at the Golden Globes was centered around radiant skin. Karen Kawahara, a makeup artist, had fun with the actress' sleeveless gown by applying a Gold Temptu Airpod Highlighter down her cleavage. She also finished with a lighter coat of the Warm Glow Airpod Bronzer.
To maintain Uzo Aduba's SAG Awards eye look, Janice Kinjo put a creamy eye treatment from Kiehl's as a base, which has avocado.
Lisa Aharon, a celebrity makeup artist, created the 2016 Grammy Awards nude and smooth lip look for Florence Welch. She started off by lightly scrubbing her lips with a facial cleansing towelette from Burt's Bees.
Zendaya did her makeup herself for the Grammy Awards. What was the secret to her glow? She used CoverGirl's TruNaked eyeshadow pallet in Nude as a highlighter on her cupid's bow, down her nose bridge, and on her cheekbones.
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