It was a monumental night for Jane Fonda. At the 78th annual Golden Globe Awards, the iconic movie star took home the Cecil B. DeMille Award for her incredible work in the film industry. To accept the honor, the 83-year-old actor and activist stepped out wearing a beautiful cream-colored suit, silver heels, and ethereal gold earrings. For her beauty look, she kept it fresh and classic, with dewy skin, full lashes, and a peachy nude lip.
Makeup artist David Deleon says his inspiration was based on Fonda's hair and her powerhouse suit. "During this past year, Jane has been growing her hair out to its natural silver tone, which is a gorgeous and striking frame for her face," he tells Allure. "Her outfit for tonight is a beautiful cream-colored Richard Tyler tuxedo, [so] my inspiration for tonight's look was fresh, modern, Hollywood glamour."
The goal was dramatic eyes and fresh skin, Delon explains via email. "I started by prepping her [complexion] with L'Oréal Paris's Age Perfect Rosy Tone Moisturizer and then I applied the Age Perfect Radiant Serum Foundation for a medium-coverage, lightweight finish."
For her eyes, Delon created a soft, smoky look with luscious lashes. "I used neutral, smoky tones of gray, pewter, and charcoal eyeshadows to make her eyes pop, and used L'Oréal Paris's Glide Eyeliner in Charcoal and Voluminous Original Mascara in Black to give added expression and depth," he says. "This, paired with a set of lashes, complimented her eye makeup."
Hairstylist Jonathan Hanousek tells Allure: "[The] tuxedo was very structured so I wanted to create a style that was feminine with a touch of drama to complement her chic outfit." He started by washing her hair with L'Oréal Paris's Ever Pure Brass-Toning Purple Shampoo. "It counters any yellow and really brightens silver hair," he says.
Before blowing-drying, Hanousek used the brand's Blow Dry It Quick Dry Primer Spray to protect her hair and speed up drying time. "I then applied the Volume Inject Mousse to her roots and ends, which provides long-lasting body and hold."
Following the mousse, he used a medium-size round brush to style her hair. "Starting in the back, I blew the hair under from the nape to her crown," he says. "On the top of her head and sides, I blew the roots forward. And then using the round brush, I directed the hair back and up while keeping the roots close to the head."
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