Sarah Jessica Parker glowed on the Golden Globes Red Carpet Sunday night, and we’re not talking about her stylish LBD. We asked Kate Somerville sponsored celebrity makeup artist, Leslie Lopez, how she got the ‘perfect skin’ look which always is a winner on a Red Carpet.


‘Sarah’s dress was the inspiration for this look.  She wore a Dolce & Gabbana black, lace gown with a sexy bustier and neckline.  It’s glamorous, chic and sexy and that’s what I wanted to replicate in her beauty look.’


I wanted to create a healthy, young and hydrated complexion, using minimal foundation and focusing on skincare.  To achieve this, I prepped Sarah’s face, neck and décolleté with Kate Somerville’s Wrinkle Warrior 2-in-1 Moisturizer + SerumIt contains Hyaluronic Acid, so it’s extremely hydrating.

I applied Kate Somerville Wrinkle Warrior Eye to hydrate, smooth and brighten the eye area.

Kate Somerville’Wrinkle Warrior’

I let the moisturizer fully absorb into skin (about 10 minutes) before applying Kate Somerville’s, Tight’N Cryogenic Tightening Gel to instantly firm and smooth skin.  Sarah’s dress has a beautiful low neck, so I brought this down to her neck and décolleté.


I kept her foundation sheer, applying only where needed to even out her skin tone. I mixed Armani Foundation with moisturizer to create a more natural look.


Sarah and I always like to focus on a strong, glamorous eye and keep lips almost invisible.  I used a shimmery gray charcoal eyeshadow from Chanel.  Once the lashes accumulate the powder from the eyeshadow it makes them even thicker.  I then curled her lashes and applied Marc Jacobs Mascara in Black.  To finish, I applied a little bit of black eyeliner onto the lash line to give her eyes a subtle pop.

MILK Lip + Cheek


I like using a crème blush to create a very natural looking flush.  I applied MILK Makeup Pink Blush to the apple of her cheeks and blended in with fingers.


I finished the look with a very sheer lip.  A pale, soft pink lipgloss (Chanel #744).

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Evan Hosie has worked as a Women's Lifestyle editor/writer (expert in the beauty and fashion vertical); created the Pop Culture section for; never met a gadget she didn't want, and spends waaaaay too much time on Social Media.

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