From lips to brows: every product Lily Collins used for the Globes

It's the official opening of the glamorous red carpet season (YAY), So as well as having a good ol'stare at the gowns, we were all over the hair and makeup trends too. 

Which is why we were SO excited when makeup artist Fiona Stiles revealed EXACTLY how she created Lily Collins’ exquisite make-up look for the event.

The ever-lovely Lily is an ambassador for Lancôme, and so it was mainly their products used to achieve this beautiful look.

"What a dress! It was so beautiful and inspiring… We wanted to do a look that was beautiful but also bold and modern. It’s such a modern look, and Lily pulled it off incredibly,” Fiona told us.

Fiona also talked us through how exactly she achieved the look, and what products she used…


"After prepping the skin with Lancôme Advanced Génifique Youth Activating Concentrate Serum, I lightly evened out Lily’s skin with Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra Long 24H Wear Foundation in  and brightened with the Lancôme Effacernes Concealer."

"Keeping the look light and fresh was paramount so I used Lancôme Blush Subtil in Apluma on the cheeks for that timeless, romantic feel."

Eyes and eyebrows:

"Lily’s brows are so incredible, so I mostly leave them alone. I just filled in the arches ever so slightly using the Fiona Stiles Beauty Micro-Precision Brow Pencil."

"On the eyes, I used the Lancôme Blush Subtil in Aplum dusted over it to create a wash of colour on the eyes. Under the brows, I used Lancôme Hypnôse pallete in Fraîcheur Rosée to blend the colours."

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"She has stunning lashes, so a coat or two of mascara does the trick. Using the jet black Lancôme Hypnôse Mascara gave the perfect flirty lash. I skipped the bottom lashes to keep the look fresh."


"Last but not least, I wanted the lips to be powdery matte, just an intense stamp of red, so I used the Lancôme L’Absolu Rouge in Souvenir Shade and dusted a touch of loose powder to take away any shine from the lip."

There you have it ladies, seems simple enough right?