Sofia Vergara kept it simple and elegant at the Golden Globes on Sunday wearing a black strapless Zac Posen gown paired with a Lorraine Schwartz statement necklace.
Here’s how Sofia describes her makeup look:
For this year’s Golden Globes, I really wanted to do something different. I wear makeup every day—I wouldn’t think about leaving the house without it! – but of course it’s such a big night, and everyone is taking pictures, so I have to look good. With my dress so elegant and my necklace so bold (and heavy!), I wanted to keep my hair and makeup simple and classic.
To start off with a good base that would last all night, I started with CoverGirl truBLEND Foundation in M6 which is super lightweight and blendable. On top, a light dusting of powder to set the look and a bit of rosy color for the apples of my cheeks with Clean Glow Blush in Roses.
My dress and jewels were the center of attention, so I had to balance my hair and makeup. For me, a really glamorous evening look starts with the eyes. I love the drama of a cat eye – tonight I went with brown liner as opposed to black with CoverGirl Bombshell Liner in Chocolate Kiss to create the look. I then used CoverGirl Bombshell Shine Shadow in Gold Goddess to give my eyes a little sparkle. As always, I LOVE big lashes so I used CoverGirl Bombshell Volume Mascara on my top and bottom lashes to add volume and intensity.
For me, lipstick is a must – I feel naked without it. I wish I could just wear a nude shade, but it’s not me – I need color. I went with a bold red with CoverGirl LipPerfection Lip Color in Flame. Oh I also always keep a gloss in my purse for touch-ups!
SOFIA VERGARA’S HAIR
Sofia’s hair was also simple yet chic. “Waves have ruled the red carpet for so long,” says her hairstylist Harry Josh. “We wanted to keep Sofia looking modern and fresh and a chic, luxurious blowout lent her that,” says Josh.
Here is how he got the look:
- Josh created a diagonal part and blowdried her hair section by section with a two inch round brush and his Harry Josh Pro Tools Pro Dryer 2000 ($300 at Hairenvy.com). Those were the only tools he needed to make this high impact red carpet look. By using the built in ion technology of the dryer, Josh was able to achieve a super satiny finish. “Sometimes less is more in a sea of overly intricate hairstyles. Simple and chic can steal the show.”