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Get The Look: Rashida Jones at the 2014 Golden Globes Awards

Yesterday (January 12) Rashida Jones stepped on the red carpet at the Golden Globes with class, sass and sophistication. The 37-year-old actress’ picture perfect makeup was created by makeup artist Kathy Jeung who created her look with Cargo products.

“Rashida had the wonderful idea to do a clean, but subtlety golden eye look with black cat eyeliner, flushed cheeks and strong wine colored lips to go with the gorgeous gown,” said makeup artist Kathy Jeung. “Sophisticated, elegant yet youthful.”

Jump the page to learn the steps to get her look!

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rashida jonesSTEP 1: Refresh with JOHN MASTERS ORGANICS Rose & Aloe Hydrating Toning Mist ($20), then lightly massage L’OREAL PARIS Age Perfect Glow Renewal Facial Oil ($19.99) into skin to hydrate, sooth and add radiance. Gently tap SHISEIDO Benefiance Eye Cream ($55) with ring finger.

STEP 2: Tap CARGO HD Picture Perfect Lip Primer onto lips to hydrate & prepare lips for lip color. Apply CARGO HD Picture Perfect Pore Refining Primer ($32) all over face with a disposable triangular sponge to give skin a smooth canvas to apply makeup and long lasting wear.

STEP 3: Apply CARGO HD Picture Perfect CC Cream in medium/dark ($39) with a flat foundation brush in sections over face and neck, then blend with water moistened Beauty Blender ($19.85) sponge. Lightly dust CARGO HD Picture Perfect Translucent Powder ($32) lightly all over face and eye area to prepare for the rest of the makeup. 

rashida jonesSTEP 4: Use ANASTASIA Brow Wiz ($21) sparingly to fill in and shape brows, brush with a clean spool brush to even out and distribute color, then set shape with ANASTASIA Brow Gel in clear ($22). To highlight the eyes, apply CARGO COSMETICS Essential Eye Palette in Dark Neutral ($32) and complete the cat eye look with CARGO COSMETICS Texasliner Liquid Eye Liner ($20) - keep the line width narrow, but extended, tilting the wing on the end slightly. The line begins 3/4 in from the outside of eye to open the eye area. Apply two coats of CARGO COSMETICS Better-Than-Waterproof Mascara in Black ($20) to upper and lower lashes.

STEP 5: Brush CARGO COSMETICS Bronzer in Medium  ($29) onto temples and high on the outer cheeks to add golden radiance and sweep under chin to define the jaw line. While smiling, apply CARGO COSMETICS Swimmables Water Resistant Blush in Ibiza  ($26) on the apple of the cheeks with a fluffy round dome brush to give a flushed glow with a shimmering hot pink blush and add shine with a touch of CARGO COSMETICS ColorStick cream blush in Maui ($28) for extra staying power & radiance.

STEP 6: Create a strong lip using L'OREAL PARIS Infallible Never Fail Lip Liner in Red/Wine ($8.99) and CARGO COSMETICS Essential Lip Color Lipstick in Bordeaux ($22).

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