British actress Olivia Colman was seen in a sneak peek at her beauty routine before she hit the red carpet at the Golden Globes last night.
The Crown actress, 45, who went on to win a Best Actress gong for her role as Queen Elizabeth in the hit Netflix series, was seen on her hair stylist Marcus Francis and make-up artist Sarah Uslan’s Instagram accounts, where they revealed her style secrets.
Taking to Instagram, Sarah Uslan – a former assistant to make up founder Bobbi Brown- wrote: ‘Different QUEEN this year but just as fantastic’, before adding ‘Final touch ups with this Golden Globes nominee and downright amazing woman’, revealing the Pat MacGrath Labs make-up she used for her look.
Sarah revealed she had used the Pause Well-Aging face tool, a stimulating toner aimed at menopausal skin which aims to improve elasticity, before using Emma Hardie Plump and Glow facial mist.
Moving onto her make-up, Sarah prepped Olivia’s skin with the Pat McGrath Labs Skin Fetish: Sublime Perfection Primer, before using the brand’s Skin Fetish: Sublime Foundation in shades 4 and 5. The base was then set with the Skin Fetish: Sublime Perfection Powder in Light 1.
Completing the look, she applied the Pat MacGrath Labs’ PermaGel Ultra Glide Eye Pencil in XtremeBlack, which was ‘smudged on the upper lash line’, and then added a dark shade from the Mthrshp Sublime: Golden Opulence palette ‘for a soft smokey liner effect’.
Finally on the eyes, Sarah applied the FetishEyes Mascara, before moving onto the lips, which were plumped to perfection using the PermaGel Ultra Lip Pencil in Buff and the BlitzTrance lipstick in Full Fantasy.
Meanwhile hairstylist Marcus Francis gave her a new pixie cut for the night using Kevin Murphy products, and British fashion editor Miranda Almond styled her in a red puff sleeve Emilia Wickstead gown.
The British actress looked delighted as she was honoured for her role as Queen Elizabeth in The Crown, as she confessed that she had drunk too much ahead of making her acceptance speech.
‘I said I had money on this not happening, I feel like I’m living someone else’s life and I definitely think I’ve won someone else’s award.
‘Thank you so much. I’ve had the loveliest time doing this and to all my fellow nominees who are just marvellous.’
She added: ‘I don’t know what to say, I’ve already got a little bit boozy because I thought this wasn’t going to happen. Thank you completely sums it up.’
Olivia portrayed the Queen in the much-anticipated second season of The Crown, which was released last month.