Jenna Fischer’s Boho Look at The Golden Globes

Make up artist Brett Freedman played up The Office‘s Jenna Fischer‘s eyes with liner and a little “out of the box glam” for the usual subtle Jenna. It’s very “new post-New York Pam,” isn’t it? Her dress is one of my faves, though I usually don’t favor a pattern.

Brett used the following products:
Foundation: LORAC Oil Free Powder Foundation in #02 (light)
Loose Powder: * magic by Prescriptives in Deep Translucent. It has a gorgeous light reflective quality with a hint of bronze and photographs beautifully.
Concealer: Cle De Peau Concealer in Beige.
Blush: Almay Smart Shade Blush in Natural, topped with LORAC Oil Free Illuminating Powder in Luminous on apples of the cheeks.
Eyeshadow: RIMMEL Colour Rush Mono Eyeshadow in #330 Azure, applied wet and swept over lids and blended down to a sheer finish.
Liquid Liner: LANCOME Laque Liner in Pure Black. Applied a line across the top lash line, thickening and extending out and upward for a dramatic look.
Brow Highlight Shadow: LOREAL HiP pigment powder in Restless. Brett loves to have a bright, crisp browbone. This champagne hued shadow looks natural yet packs a punch.
Mascara: VANITYMARK ‘the LASH’ in Blackest. Three coats were applied to really amp up the top lashline. One full coat on the bottom to give eyes definition without overpowering the top lash line.
Faux Lashes: Kre-At Beauty individual lashes. A mix of the short (on the inner eye) and the long (for outer) in black were used to give an alluring sweep.
Body Bronzer: VANITYMARK Summerskin, applied first to ‘tone down’ the tawny shade so Jenna would have a healthy glow without being too tan.
Lips: BENEFIT Pocket Pal in Benetint.

1 Comment Jenna Fischer’s Boho Look at The Golden Globes

  1. Anonymous

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    I have very thick, wavy (though I blow it straight because I can’t not touch it) hair, a great warm shade of brown. I just let it grow fairly long after having just below shoulder length hair. I was convinced to “take weight off the bottom” by cutting long layers. Now, I needed to do something to freshen it up and keep it from just getting long and limp. BUT I absolutely hate the layers. I feel it makes the bottom most layer look thin and stringy, and the layers are poofy and frankly look like a blind person cut it. I cant wait for my hair to grow out again, and now I must cut off the bottom and make my hair too short, and still suffer the short layers at the top that are just below my chin, but AWFUL!
    My question is two part:
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    2. What can you do with long hair to make it interesting, frame the face, etc wihtout layers? Are there other options? Why is it that everyone can only talk about layers?

    I’m so over looking for a good stylist. I can’t keep changing because it’s hard to know how to talk to someone and what buzz words to use. But I can’t stand going back ot someone who just butchered my hair and made me want to dry either. However, at least she now knows what I hate and we can get some history. Technically she didn’t cut poorly I don’t think, though I can tell there’s a mistake, and unfortunately the way they try to fix it is cutting more, but that piece was already too short. (why do they only fix by cutting more?! this does’t solve anything!!) but it just looks so bad and I don’t feel like me AT ALL>

    3. any suggestions here?

    I’m just so mad at myself for agreeing to this, mad at her for making a mistake and doing the layers too short. But really, I can’t just never try anything new. CAN I??!


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