Our beauteous Friend!
During the 2015 SAG Awards, Us Weekly tweeted to you, our fabulous followers, to ask just who you thought had the best beauty game on L.A.’s Shrine Auditorium red carpet on Jan. 25. No surprise here: One of your top picks was Jennifer Aniston‘s golden goddess makeup, teamed with a natural ‘do. As @JillyBaDilly said it best:
— Jill ?? (@JillyBaDilly) January 26, 2015
The Cake actress, 45, donned a plunging, vintage John Galliano gown, complete with peacock-print beading from top to bottom and jewels by Fred Leighton and Amrit to celebrate her Best Actress in a Drama nomination.
Can’t wear a dress like that without a bombshell hairstyle! Aniston’s longtime hairstylist and Living Proof partner, Chris McMillan, told Us, “This vintage Galliano is one of his original dresses. Seeing this sexy dress, we had to do sexy hair.”
To complement the dress’ “beautiful bohemian vibe,” McMillan gave Aniston a fresh blowout using a big, round brush. For extra volume, he used Living Proof’s yet-to-be-released product, Blowout (it hits Ulta.com this April). Finally, McMillan sprayed their brand’s Instant Texture Mist into his hands, working the liquid into her ends to create the style’s textured finish.
Naturally, celeb makeup artist Angela Levin was determined to make her face just as radiant as her tresses.
Using all Chanel products, the makeup pro applied Chanel Lift Lumière Firming and Smoothing Sunscreen Fluid Makeup Broad Spectrum SPF 15 to Aniston’s face. The foundation, Levin tells Us, works beautifully on someone with a tan, which Aniston had courtesy of her recent trip to Cabo San Lucas.
To make sure Aniston’s pucker was kissable—fiance Justin Theroux was on her arm, after all—the Chanel artist prepped the actress’ lips with Chanel Rouge Coco Baume Hydrating Conditioning Lip Balm. Levin filled Aniston’s lips with a neutral-toned lip liner to keep the color in place, adding a quick swipe of Chanel Rouge Allure Gloss in Sensuel for shine as the nominee was stepping out the door.
For a pop of color, Aniston’s manicurist—L’Oréal Paris’ global nail artist Tom Bachik—chose a rich bordeaux hue inspired by her Parisian femme fatale-meets-Old Hollywood ensemble. And you can snag the color for yourself in drug stores! Bachik used L’Oréal Paris Extraordinaire Gel-Lacque 1-2-3 in Bold Bordeaux, which retails for $8.
Who had your favorite beauty look at the SAG Awards? Tweet with @UsWeekly using the hashtag #stylebyUs!
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