Golden Globes Beauty Products Under $20 You Should Try

Caitlin S. Miller
Golden Globes Beauty Products Under $20 You Should Try
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To say we’re suckers for a red carpet beauty look is an understatement. But a red carpet beauty look that’s affordable? We’re hooked. And last night’s Golden Globes did not disappoint. (We’re looking at you, Olivia Wilde.) From gorgeous waves to vampy lips, we’re still oohing and ahhing over the stellar—and cheap—Golden Globes beauty products used to create the looks we spotted on TV and movies’ biggest stars.

Although we might not all have the same access to a killer glam squad and an infinite amount of makeup, many of the hair and makeup products used on the stars are ones you can get for yourself very inexpensively. The best part? Many are under $20!

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For a golden and glowy look, try Burt's Bees lipstick in Blush Basin ($9,, which was Kaley Cuoco's pick last night.

Photo: Burt's Bees

Even an updo can have texture. Try Fekkai Blowout Hair Refresher Dry Shampoo ($20, on a faux bob like the one we saw on Kate Winslet.

Photo: Fekkai

To get a textured eyebrow skimming braid like Maria Menounous use Garnier De-Constructed Texture Tease ($4, to add grittiness and hold.

Photo: Garnier

To get a super sleek 'do like Saoirse Ronan, apply a small amount of John Frieda Frizz Ease Expert Finish Polishing Serum ($10, to the ends of your hair.

Photo: John Frieda

To balance out a dark, smokey eye, try a lighter nude hue on your lips. Jaime Alexander favored IT Cosmetics YLBB Your Lips But Better Waterproof Lip Liner Stain in Blushing Nude ($20, last night.

Photo: IT Cosmetics

To tame flyaways on a flawless wavy 'do like Leslie Mann wore, use Nexxus New York Salon Care Mousse Plus ($12,, which adds a weightless volume.

Photo: Nexxus

Need to keep an updo in place? Opt for TRESemmé TRES Two Extra Firm Hairspray ($6, , which kept Alicia Vikander's twisted bun in place all night.

Photo: TreSemme

We couldn't get over Emmy Rossum's glamorous cat eye. To get an eye look that simply won't quit, try Rimmel London Scandaleyes Thick & Thin Eyeliner ($5,

Photo: Rimmel

Olivia Wilde's bold eye was one for the record books. To master the sultry stare, use Revlon ColorStay 16 Hour Eye Shadow Quad in Decadent ($7,


Photo: Revlon

Enhance your natural beauty with L’Oréal Paris True Match Lumi Liquid Glow ($13,, which Julianne Moore wore on the inner eye and bridge of the nose to add a touch of sheen.

Photo: L'Oreal Paris

Forget contouring. Taraji P. Henson opted for a subtle shine on her cheeks with L’Oréal Paris Visible Lift Blur Blush in Soft Pink ($13,

For an update on the vampy lip, take cue from Jennifer Lopez who wore not one but three lip shades! Want to get J.Lo's exact look, try L’Oréal Paris Infallible Pro-Matte Gloss in Rouge Envy, Nude Allude, and Forbidden Kiss ($10 each,

Photo: L'Oreal

Love Kirsten Dunst's clean and fresh look? Prep skin before any big night with Simple Skincare Replenishing Rich Moisturizer ($10,

Photo: Simple

Still jealous of Katy Perry's bombshell lashes? Yeah, us too. But you can get the fluttering look at home with COVERGIRL Plumpify Mascara by blastPRO ($12,

Photo: CoverGirl

For a manicure that's feminine and modern, try a flushed pink hue like essie Bff Best Boyfriend ($9,, which Rachel McAdams wore.

Photo: Essie

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