Golden Globes Red Carpet Watch: Freida Pinto


Freida Pinto, the exotic actress and star of Slumdog Millionaire, sparkled on the red carpet tonight with glowing skin, shiny hair and a fabulous smile.

Makeup artist, Jeffrey Paul created a fresh, sunkissed look with Jouer cosmetics for Freida at the Golden Globes.  Jeffrey wanted Freida’s natural beauty to be the focal point of her overall look. Jeffrey decided to go with a subtle palette of shimmering pinks, champagne and gold accentuating her flawless skin and her natural glow. He wanted her look to be soft, fresh and easy.

Eyes: Jeffrey used a thick green liner with flecks of gold.  He smudged the Jouer Vert eye definer very close to the lashes to frame her eyes, The soft green color complimented her eye coloring while the gold flecks in the liner tied the look together.   For additional color, he added Jouer Amaretto eyeshadow in the crease of the eyelid to add definition and blended with a soft brush. The Jouer black mascara was used on both the top and bottom lashes to show off Freida’s long thick lashes.

To get Freida’s sunkissed look, Jeffrey mixed together foundation and concealer and only used on key spots to blend outward for a soft effect. The Jouer crème highlighter was used on the brow bone and cheek bones to add additional definition and shimmer.

Lips: Jeffrey finished the look using the Jouer crème highlighter matched with the Jouer monsoon gloss. The golden tone of the highlighter accentuated the natural pink color of her lips while the sheer deep wine gloss was the perfect compliment.

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    finally the stars of this movie getting some well-deserved attention. what a gorgeous girl, i hope to see more of her in the future.

    kett (Reply)
  • She is gorgeous, no?!

  • absolutely breath-taking!

    karen (Reply)
  • I think it is great, that Freida Pinto will be the next bond girl, as I allready loved her in slumdog milionair, which isn’t really my kind of movie.

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