What: 2015 Golden Globes
Makeup: Charlotte Tilbury
Hair: Jenny Cho
-Charlotte Tilbury Goddess Skin Clay Mask (launching in March 2015) was used to prep Miller's skin pre-awards show. After the mask, Tilbury used her famous Magic Cream and Wonderglow all over Miller's face for a healthy canvas. To prep Miller’s lips, Tilbury used her Lip Love Lip Scrub and Lip Magic Lip Balm.
-Once the skin was all dewy and delicious, Tilbury used Light Wonder Foundation in 6 Medium and 7 Medium, then used concealer where needed. She used Retoucher Concealer in 2 Fair under the eyes and shade 3 for the rest of Sienna’s face.
-Next, she used Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Powder in 1 Fair and 2 Medium down the center of the face to set the makeup, but not take away from Miller's dewy complexion.
-For Miller's eyes, she started with Charlotte Tilbury The Classic Powder Eye Pencil in Audrey along the lash lines, followed by Charlotte Tilbury Rock ‘n’ Kohl in Barbarella Brown for added depth. Using her eye blender brush, she applied the Enhance shade from The Luxury Palette (in The Sophisticate) to add definition to the creases of Miller's eyes. Then, with the eye smudger brush, the Pop shade was used along the top of the lash lines and the outer corner of the eyes.
-To finish Miller's eye look, Tilbury used her Full Fat Lashes mascara in Glossy Black (heavily on the top lashes, but with light strokes on the bottom lashes).
-Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze & Glow was used to enhance the cheekbones, temple, and jawline. On Miller's cheeks, Charlotte Tilbury Beach Sticks in Ibiza was used all over as a bronzer, Moonbeach was used for highlight across the top of the cheekbones, and Formentera was used as the blush.
-To complete Miller’s makeup look, she used Charlotte Tilbury Lip Cheat Lip Liner in Iconic Nude and Matte Revolution Lipstick in Sexy Sienna, followed by a touch of K.I.S.S.I.N.G Lipstick in Nude Kate.
-Jenny Cho is basically making my dreams come true right now by giving us the opportunity to recreate Miller's look, so bear with me if I get a little too excited. Cho began by making a deep side part on Miller's towel dried-hair and misted Suave Professionals Luxe Style Infusion Volumizing Weightless Blow Dry Spray all over before blowing dry hair with a paddle brush.
-Next, she created loose waves with a medium-sized curling iron on small sections of hair.
-After waves were created throughout all of the hair, Cho applied Suave Professionals Refresh & Revive Dry Shampoo and shook out the hair with her hands to break up the waves.
-To finish the look she sprayed Miller's hair from mid-shaft to ends with Suave Professionals Natural Infusion Moisturizing Oil Spray to add a little shine back into the hair. To hold the hair all night she used Suave Professionals Luxe Style Infusion Volumizing Plump Hold Hairspray. So guys, it's THAT easy to look like Sienna Miller (or let's just say "inspired by" Sienna rather than look like her, because I was not born with it like her).