Sheet masks and glam squads, basically
Every awards season, we watch the best TV and film stars walk the red carpet and stare in awe at their make-up and hair creations. One by one, they inspire us. And last night was no exception, with our favourite celebrities walking the red carpet and inspiring us with the best beauty looks seen at the Golden Globes.
But before they hit the red caret, they had to go through a lot of prep. And this year, sheet masks were favoured above everything else. From Julia Louis-Dreyfuss to Drew Barrymore, silver screen sirens across Hollywood plastered themselves with vitamin and mineral infused face masks to plump their skin and give their complexions a radiant glow.
They’re prepared with exactly the right amount of product for your skin and your face can do nothing but soak up the goodness while it’s resting under the fabric, so it makes for a seriously relaxing to start to a high intensity evening.
So, where did these fabulous things first come from? Like a number of cult beauty products that have popped up on our Insta-feeds of late, the sheet mask originated in Asia where it has played a key role of the K-beauty phenomenon from Korea.
Always one to provide laughs, Julia Louis-Dreyfuss used Skyn Iceland sheet masks to prep her face before her glam squad went to work.
This Tony Moly Kiss Kiss Lovely Lip Patch, £3.15, that Emma Stone used promises to help plump and firm your lips in just 20 minutes. We’re sold!
Fashion stylist Elizabeth Stewart shared a behind-the-scenes moment with Jessica Chastain and her makeup artist, Jeanine Lobell as she prepped with a sheet mask.
Maisie wasn’t afraid to show how she gets her skin red carpet ready.
Drew Barrymore jumped on the K-Beauty band wagon, showing her beauty prep, which included a sheet mask.
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The actress and her longtime hairstylist, Rod Ortega, decided to forgo Blake’s signature waves in favour of a fresh take on a French twist.
Kristen was literally all of us as she got ready for Golden Globes. In dress. Hair and make-up not done. Coffee in hand. Yes.
Obviously, later in the afternoon she had her glam squad on hand to help create her beautiful Golden Globes look.
Laura Dern gave us a glimpse into what happens behind the scenes when she gets ready.
Reese Witherspoon looked glamorous, even as she prepped for the Golden Globes.
Amy kept it real with her Instagram caption.
Many Moore got her hair ‘did’ and nails done at the same time.
Jessica Biel seemed to be crammed for time, with all hands on deck at once. The life of a new mum, we guess.
And Goldie Hawn provided a lot of laughter with this Instagram of her letting her glam squad take control as she caught some extra sleep.