Get the Look: Sienna Miller’s Textured Waves and Glowy Skin



At last night’s 2015 Golden Globes, Sienna Miller’s hair and makeup were all we could talk about: The deep side part, her fluttery lashes, those beach waves, that perfect cut…you get the idea. The American Sniper and Foxcatcher star was back on the red carpet scene with her signature effortless beauty. In honor of her standout style, we got the scoop on how her hairstylist and makeup artist created the look that left us in awe (and wanting to chop off all our hair).


Suave Professionals celebrity stylist Jenny Cho was the mastermind behind the best hair of the night. “I wanted to create a beautiful, side-swept, textured look on Sienna to play against her stunning beaded dress and to keep everything fresh and effortless,” she explained.

Cho began by parting Sienna’s towel-dried hair to the side and then misting Suave Professionals Luxe Style Infusion Volumizing Weightless Blow Dry Spray all over and blowdrying it with a paddle brush. The loose beach waves were created by using a medium curling iron on small sections of the hair. Before shaking out the hair for movement and to break up the curls, Cho spritzed Refresh & Revive Dry Shampoo. To add shine, Natural Infusion Moisturizing Oil Spray  was used from mid-shaft to the ends and the entire style was locked in with Luxe Style Infusion Volumizing Plump Hold Hairspray.


Makeup guru Charlotte Tilbury was on hand to create Sienna’s “Grace Kelly-inspired” maquillage look for the evening (she also did Amal Clooney’s makeup). Tilbury started by prepping skin with her namesake brand’s Goddess Skin Clay Mask (available in March) to give her a red carpet-ready facial. For the sun-kissed glow, she “lightly applied” Wonderglow Primer  and Magic Cream Moisturizer all over the face, followed by a mix of Light Wonder Foundation  in two different medium shades (#6 and #7). Tilbury also lightly contoured the star’s face using Filmstar Bronze & Glow to enhance the cheekbones, jawline and temples.

To achieve a subtle, smoky blend of neutrals, Tilbury used Rock ‘n’ Kohl Liquid Pencil in Barbarella Brown layered over The Classic Powder Eye Pencil in Audrey along the top and lower lash line for depth, and added definition to her lids with The Luxury Palette in The Sophisticate. The “pop” shade in the palette was swept over the top lash line to intensify and define the outer corner.

The look was completed with a mixture of Matte Revolution Lipstick in Sexy Sienna and K.I.S.S.I.N.G Lipstick in Nude Kate for a nude, pinkish lip color.