Janelle Monae 2017 Golden Globes Covergirl Makeup-Step by Step!

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Triple threat Janelle Monae shut it down at the Golden Globes literally from her head down to her toes! As soon as the Hidden Figures star hit the red carpet at the Beverly Hilton everyone immediately could not stop talking about her diamond studded hairstyle. Moreover, another stylish talking point included her chic Armani couture look. Nevertheless, her makeup was just as gorgeous and completed her ensemble perfectly. Being a brand ambassador for cosmetics powerhouse Covergirl it would make sense that they would hook their girl up for the GGs and they did! Find out how to make her look your own with our Janelle Monae 2017 Golden Globes Covergirl Makeup-Step by Step!

Janelle Monae 2017 Golden Globes Covergirl Makeup-Step by Step

For the big night Janelle Monae was glammed by celebrity MUA (makeup artist) Jessica P. Smalls. Smalls used a combination of CG products to create Monae’s finished look. Products include Covergirl’s newer mascara SoLashy that is designed to work on all lashes even those small, hard to curl hairs. Here is the makeup breakdown:





Lips

Use “Oh Sugar” Lip in Taffy for moisture as well as color.

Face

Sparingly apply Queen Collection All Day Flawless Foundation, and add Queen Collection Bronzer for a light, subtle glow.

In order to hide imperfections, use new Outlast All Day Concealer in “Deep.”

Brows

Shape and fill brows using Easy Breezy Brow Powder, and top off with Easy Breezy Brow Sculpt and Define Mascara in Rich Brown.

Lids

Get Janelle’s sultry smokey eye using the TruNAKED Eyeshadow Palette in Nudes then wing your liner using Perfect Point Plus Eyeliner in “Espresso.”

Lashes

Use new SoLashy Mascara in order to achieve Janelle’s bold, sexy lashes.

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