Mila Kunis at the 68th Golden Globes

Mila Kunis, 68th Annual, Golden Globes, 2011, LancomeI don’t think I’ve ever seen Mila Kunis look anything less than beautiful, and the 68th annual Golden Globes were no exception. Kunis was gorgeous in a green Vera Wang gown, with makeup by Lancome and hair by TRESemmé.

Tracey Levy for Lancome wanted to keep Kunis looking fresh, classic, and effortless. She used:

FACE
Teinte Miracle Foundation
Blush Subtil in Sheer Amourose

EYES
Color Design Five-Pan Palette in Coral Crush (available in February)
Color Design Five-Pan Palette in Teal Fury (available in February)
Hypnose Drama Mascara in Excessive Black

LIPS
L’Absolu Nu (a new formula??) in Coral Ribbon (available in March)

Mara Roszak for TRESemmé wanted to give Kunis a sophisticated and feminine up-do, so she went for a version of a French twist.

  1. Spray TRESemmé Naturals Finishing Spray on damp hair and rough blow dry to add body
  2. Section off top half of hair and apply TRESemmé 24 Hour Body Root Boost Spray to give hair lift at the crown
  3. Blow dry top section, pin curling from front to back to add wave and texture
  4. Pull the bottom section of the hair back tightly and gather as if you are creating a ponytail
  5. Twist hair upward starting at the nape of the neck and insert pins in a crisscross pattern at the crease
  6. Undo pin curls on top section and tease at the roots
  7. Brush top section backward and tuck underneath French twist
  8. To set hair and provide a lasting hold, spray TRESemmé TRES Two Extra Hold Hairspray
  9. Finally, to soften the look, gently loosen hair around hairline and ears
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One Response to “Mila Kunis at the 68th Golden Globes”

  • allison1998 says:

    I loved Mila’s dress. The color and the style. She looked beautiful.

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