Award-Winning Manicures: Who Wore Sally to the Golden Globes?

Lesley Mirza
Written by Lesley Mirza

Ok, I have to be honest…I did not see this year’s Golden Globe Awards. I know, shocking, right? I have a great excuse: I was out of town and without access to a working TV. I really should have planned my trip better. From what I saw on the TV and internet over the following week, everyone look lovely. And what about those manis?!

A great manicure really complements an outfit. Don’t you agree? These three starlets’ digits were beautified for the red carpet using Sally Hansen polish. And they look gooood. Here is the scoop on what each gal wore.

Adele’s nail look was created using a sheer coat of Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in So Much Fawn, with two coats of Complete Salon Manicure in Copper Penny layered on top. Adele’s look was finished with an exclusive topcoat created for the Globes that had gold in it to help enhance the color in Copper Penny for the Best Original Song, Film winner. Did you see Skyfall? It was Ah-MAY-ZING! And the song? Fantastic. So glad she won.


Jennifer Lawrence, Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture–Comedy or Musical winner, wore Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Sheer Ecstasy. Lawrence’s nails were shaped “sqound” giving both a square and round look. Simple and elegant. Good choice, Jennifer.

Jennifer Lawrence

Naomi Watts, nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture—Drama, wore Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Arm Candy to create a natural effect. To get the look, Naomi’s nails were filed very short before applying 2 coats of Sally Hansen’s new Complete Salon Manicure Nail Color in Arm Candy – giving Watts just the right amount of color.

Naomi Watts's Nail Look at The Golden Globes

Who had the best nail look at the 70th annual Golden Globes? Will you copy any of these looks?

About the author

Lesley Mirza

Lesley Mirza

Lesley Mirza is the editor-in-chief for and travels the world tasting, sipping, and spa-ing.

In addition to heading up, Lesley has penned pieces for several publications, including Vancouver Magazine, Western Living,, (Tourism Vancouver's blog), and

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