Shop The Exact Skin Care Products Celebs Used To Get Their Golden Globes Red Carpet Glow

This year’s Golden Globes red carpet introduced us to a new fashion trend and made viewers do a double-take — but when it came to the beauty department, it was all about glowing skin.

Leading ladies from Westworld’s Thandie Newton to The Favourite’s Emma Stone graced the red carpet looking flawless with beautiful makeup to match. And good makeup starts with a glowing complexion.

Whether it was a facialist or a makeup artist, celebrities relied on talented pros to perfect their skin by using everything from serums to sheet masks. Ahead, shop the precise skin-care products the stars used for their gorgeous red carpet glow.

Rachel Brosnahan

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Joanna Vargas Daily Serum. (Photos: Getty Images, Nordstrom)

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star glowed as she claimed her second straight Golden Globe with a little help from celebrity facialist Joanna Vargas. Vargas accentuated Brosnahan’s radiant complexion by using her namesake anti-aging serum, which brightens and lifts skin over time.

SHOP IT: Joanna Vargas Daily Serum, $85,

Emma Stone
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Clinique iD Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion+ With Active Cartridge Concentrate for Fatigue. (Photos: Getty Images, Macy’s)

Emma has beautiful skin,” says her makeup artist, Rachel Goodwin. “But after a grueling schedule like the one leading up to the Globes, anyone might start to feel the effects.” Goodwin says Stone used the new Clinique iD moisturizer with the fatigue cartridge to “revitalize and prep the skin.”

SHOP IT: Clinique iD Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion+ With Active Cartridge Concentrate for Fatigue, $39,

Emily Blunt
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Dior Capture Youth New Skin Effect Enzyme Solution Age-Delay Resurfacing Water. (Photos: Getty Images, Nordstrom)

Soft, lit-from-within makeup starts with radiant skin, and to achieve that, Blunt’s makeup artist used Dior’s new gentle exfoliator. Jenn Streicher pressed the hydrating enzyme solution into the actress’s skin to even out texture and bring out that gorgeous glow.

SHOP IT: Dior Capture Youth New Skin Effect Enzyme Solution Age-Delay Resurfacing Water, $65,

Lupita Nyong’o
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Lancôme Absolue Revitalizing & Brightening Soft Cream. (Photos: Getty Images, Macy’s)

She stunned in bold makeup, but when it came to skin care, Nyong’o’s makeup artist kept it simple. Nick Barose prepped Nyong’o’s skin with a Lancôme sheet mask followed by a supermoisturizing soft cream. The result: flawless skin and gorgeous makeup.

SHOP IT: Lancôme Absolue Revitalizing & Brightening Soft Cream, $166,

Kaley Cuoco
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Charlotte Tilbury Goddess Cleansing Ritual. (Photos: Getty Images, Charlotte Tilbury)

There’s no doubt that Cuoco was a fan favorite on the red carpet. The Big Bang Theory star indulged in a two-step cleansing regime to prime her skin for the sun-kissed makeup. “I started by massaging Ritual 1, the Radiance Citrus Oil into the complexion to remove any surface impurities,” says her makeup artist Jamie Greenberg. “And then I used Ritual 2, the Purifying Bamboo Charcoal pollution solution to absorb any deeper rooted buildup.” 

SHOP IT: Charlotte Tilbury Goddess Cleansing Ritual, $46,

Alison Brie
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L’Occitane Immortelle Overnight Reset Oil-in-Serum. (Photos: Getty Images, QVC)

Leading up to the awards show, Alison Brie used the unique oil-in-serum from L’Occitane. The formula, as the name implies, is blended with botanicals to help skin appear well-rested and reduce the appearance of fine lines.

SHOP IT: L’Occitane Immortelle Overnight Reset Oil-in-Serum, $59,

Anne Hathaway
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Giorgio Armani Crema Nera Extrema Light-Reviving Eye Cream. (Photos: Getty Images, Nordstrom)

To enhance Anne Hathaway’s complexion, makeup artist Beau Nelson brightened up her eyes, using a luxe Giorgio Armani eye cream. Billed as a “contouring eye cream,” the lightweight formula is subtly iridescent to illuminate the most tired eyes and reflect light.

SHOP IT: Giorgio Armani Crema Nera Extrema Light-Reviving Eye Cream, $180,

Thandie Newton
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Chantecaille Rose de Mai Face Oil. (Photos: Getty Images, Nordstrom)

Makeup artist Georgie Eisdell perfected Thandie Newton’s glam ’70s-inspired makeup by prepping her skin with rose face oil. The glow-enhancing oil is infused with botanicals to plump skin, lessen the appearance of fine lines and nourish skin with just a few drops.

SHOP IT: Chantecaille Rose de Mai Face Oil, $185,

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