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All the Beauty Products You Can Buy Right Off the Golden Globes Red Carpet

Some for less than ten bucks.

Photos: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

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The Golden Globes red carpet this year was full of a lot of sparkly dresses, several with odd sleeves. Many of these dresses were custom-made, and the ones that weren’t cost thousands of dollars. Depressing.

But the lipstick that Kerry Washington wore? Now that is something you can actually buy without giving up your rent money.

Here are the exact beauty products that famous people wore on the red carpet tonight. What an amazing time we live in. (We will continue to update as we sleuth them all out.)

Tracee Ellis Ross’s lipstick

You can get this perfect orangey red at the drugstore. Makeup artist Jamie Greenberg used a combination of L'Oréal Paris Infallible Lip Paint ($9.99) in #322 and #324.

Evan Rachel Woods’s skin prep

Everything about her look is perfect, from the hair to the tux. Everyone knows that a good makeup look starts with good skincare, and Woods used products from Burt’s Bees, including the Intense Hydration Nourishing Facial Water ($12.99), Intense Hydration Day Lotion ($17.99), and lip balm ($3.29).

Kerry Washington’s lipstick

This perfect plum shade is Dolce & Gabbana Glam 335 ($36) layered with Neutrogena MoistureSmooth Color Stick in Deep Plum ($8.99).

Lily Collins’s pink eyeshadow

Normally pink eyeshadow makes the wearer look like she has a minor case of anaphylaxis, but Collins is a damn princess here. She’s wearing Lancôme Color Design Eye Shadow in Pink Pearls ($21).

Sienna Miller’s fake tan

The hair ribbon has been divisive, but I think we all can agree that Miller’s subtle non-orange glow here is lovely. It’s Vita Liberata pHenomenal Mousse in Medium ($54).


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