You may never have the need to wear a gown quite like the ones on the Golden Globes red carpet this weekend, but it turns out that you can still get the glow of the stars that wore them. Scarlett Johansson’s make-up artist has just revealed her entire skincare routine for the event, and it comprises of just three hardworking products that total just £23.
Renowned MUA Frankie Boyd, who also works on other famous faces such as Karlie Kloss and Joan Smalls, prepped Scarlett’s skin for make-up using exclusively formulas from The Inkey List, a no-nonsense line that uses straightforward ingredients to deliver optimum results.
To start, Boyd used the Inkey List Hyaluronic Acid serum, which costs £5.99, and is a blend he’s ‘obsessed with’ because it ‘seamlessly melts into the skin.’ Hyaluronic acid can hold up to 1,000 time sits own weight in water, and so applying it creates a hyper-hydrated finish that looks plumped and nourished.
He followed the moisture with the brand’s £8.99 Caffeine Eye Cream, a lightweight under-eye formula that brightens, reduces puffiness and minimises the appearance of fine lines. The Inkey List advises keeping yours in the fridge for the ultimate cooling effect.
Last but not least, Boyd finished priming the best actress nominee’s complexion with The Inkey List’s Hemp Oil moisturiser, a £7.99 tube of wonder that’s packed with omega fatty acids. To ensure shine was controlled, he then patted areas that needed a little mattifying with a tissue to remove any excess, and then Scarlett was good to go.
The 3 products in Scarlett Johansson’s Golden Globes skincare routine
The Inkey List prides itself on the belief that ‘intelligent beauty should be accessible to all’, with no product costing more than £15. And if it’s good enough for the A-list, it’s certainly good enough for our make-up bags – we’ll be placing our order stat.