Robin Wright

The 2014 Golden Globes may have come to a close this past Sunday night, but we're still reeling from all of the dazzling red carpet beauty looks on our favorite stars.

Robin Wright was positively radiant throughout the evening, and we've got the exclusive scoop on her hair and makeup look from the pros themselves.

Celebrity makeup artist Tricia Sawyer used an arsenal of Orlane products to play up Robin's golden nude gown.

To prep the skin, Tricia used Orlane's Absolute Skin Recovery Anti-Fatigue Masque, then smoothed on Anti-Fatigue Absolute Radiance Cream all over the face. 

Next, Tricia applied Orlane's Absolute Skin Recovery Smoothing Foundation in Shade 20 and set with Orlane's Poudre Libre. 

Robin Wright, Golden Globes

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To highlight and attract light for photography, Tricia applied a shine stick to Robin's cheekbones, cupid's bow, and the center of her nose.  Then, she used a Dior coral blush on the apples of her cheeks and the Orlane Bronzer under her cheekbones and alone the jawline for more dimension.

For Robin's eyes, Tricia applied Antonym's Certified Natural Eyeliner in Noir along the inside of the eyes and on the outer rim.  She smudged it out with a small eye shadow brush and then used a customized eye shadow palette for a nude look.  After applying sexy strip lashes, she used Orlane's Volume Care Mascara on the lashes.

To give her lips a nice color, Tricia used Dior Addict's Gloss in #343.

For her arms, Tricia used Orlane's Refining Arm Cream to moisturize and then applied the Orlane Bronzer to add sheen. 

As for her hair, stylist Paul Norton used Joico products to create an effortlessly chic ‘do that complemented her red carpet gown perfectly.

"I was inspired by Robin's dress. It was a beautiful, sparkling nude Reem Acra gown," Norton told us exclusively.

First, he prepped her damp hair with Joico Smooth Cure Shampoo and Conditioner to control flyaways and gave her a quick trim to freshen her undercut.

Then, he applied Joico's JoiWhip firm-hold design foam and blew the hair dry with a small Mason Pearson brush and applied Joico Texture Boost dry spray wax to select sections, directing the hair forward. 

 In the fringe area, he swept the hair to one side, exposing the cropped side.  "This gives the hair a nice edge, while keeping it super sexy and alluring with bangs that cascade over the brows," he explained.

 For a firm yet touchable hold and a mega boost of shine, he finished the hair with a final mist of Joico JoiMist Firm finishing hair spray.

And there you have it! 

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