Last updated: January 15. 2014 2:05AM - 550 Views
By Bobby Walsh (The Real King Bob) Weekender Correspondent



Submitted photoActress Sarah Hyland hit the Golden Globes red carpet with what looked like narry a stich of makeup on, a trend seen time and again the night of the awards show.
Submitted photoActress Sarah Hyland hit the Golden Globes red carpet with what looked like narry a stich of makeup on, a trend seen time and again the night of the awards show.
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Red-lipped, mysteriously sultry makeup wasn’t the only winter trend seen on the Jan. 12 Golden Globe award ceremony. A few Hollywood starlets, in fact, did the exact opposite and went au naturel with a fresh-faced, no-makeup makeup look.


A very pregnant Kerry Washington utilized her naturally glowing skin and, with just a slight bit of smoky liner and a barely-there lip balm, looked absolutely radiant.


The “Good Wife,” Julianna Margulies, faked her gorgeous glow with just a simple bronzer on the apples of her cheeks, maintaining a strong, naturally-colored brow and some extra lashes.


Sarah Hyland from “Vampire Academy” left her geek glasses, pale skin, and blood-stained lips at home and arrived looking angelic with one coat of mascara, light bronzer on her cheeks and her eyelids, peach lips and, again, a naturally strong brow.


Award presenter Kate Beckinsale – who was stunning in her structured, silver-detailed sequin, mermaid gown by Zuhair Murad – kept her makeup light and fresh with a soft taupe shadow, extra mascara, dewy skin, and a simple natural lip gloss.


Supermodel powerhouse Heidi Klum wore a monochromatic lip and cheek duo of a soft pink, with top and bottom mascara and white inner rim eye liner: clean and classy.


Everyone’s favorite anti-mean girl Lizzy Caplin cleaned up well with, once again, a naturally strong brow, a set of false eyelashes, and a soft satin sheer lip balm. Janis Ian, that Pucci crocheted gown was definitely not made from “your mother’s chest hair.”


Tip: It’s all about balancing. Choose one area of your look to go bold, while the rest should compliment it with coordinating neutrals.


Trick: Red carpet must haves: lashes and lip gloss will keep you noticed from up close to on stage and will enhance your features in photos.

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