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Cherry Lips Rule the 2016 Golden Globes Red Carpet

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JANUARY 10: Actress/singer Jennifer Lopez attends the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 10, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

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The star-studded red carpet at last night’s 2016 Golden Globe Awards matched the striking cherry pouts sported by the stars, with bright red and vampy burgundy hues dominating the beauty sphere at the 73rd edition of the annual award show in Beverly Hills.

Jennifer Lopez nailed the neutral eyes and bold lip combo. The gorgeous Latina brought her signature glow to the show, keeping her bronzed complexion luminous. The 46-year-old singer decided to forgo last year’s smoky eye makeup, and instead opted for a soft gold shimmer on the lids paired with a set of natural false lashes, making sure that all the attention was on her vampy cranberry pout.

To achieve the head-turning look, the beauty mixed together three different shades of the L’Oréal Paris Infallible Pro-Matte Gloss (US $9; AED/SAR 33); Forbidden Kiss, Rouge Envy, and Nude Allude. To create the same effect without mixing and matching, opt for the Chanel Rouge Allure Luminous Intense Lip Color in Red Black (US $37; AED/SAR 136).

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Jennifer Lawrence, who won Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, debuted a gorgeous new look that we’re not used to seeing on the star. The 25-year-old slicked her platinum tresses into an elegant chignon bun that sat at the nape of her neck. While her overall makeup was kept clean and fresh, the Joy actress sported a sheer, red lip that matched her flushed cheeks and custom-made Dior gown.

To create the look, use the Dior Addict Lipstick in My Love (US $35; AED/SAR 129).

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Carol star Rooney Mara’s makeup was done in a pretty pink color palette for the Golden Globes. Her emerald peepers sparkled underneath her smoky, mulberry eyeshadow and a couple of mascara coats added thickness and definition to her lashes. Her porcelain skin contrasted against a matte berry pout and a pair of neatly groomed brows, which were as bold as her lips. A hint of blush on the apples of her cheeks created a healthy from-within-glow while her hair was pulled back in a show-stealing deconstructed braid.

To match her lippy, apply the Make Up For Ever Rouge Artist Intense Lipstick in #48 (US $20; AED/SAR 73).


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