Emma Stone’s Golden Globe Makeup Revealed An Important Message

 Star’s Makeup To Make A Statement


Stone’s makeup artist, Rachel Goodwin, told Allure that she wanted the star’s makeup to make a statement, but also to match the mood of the night: solidarity. Dozens of actresses and actors wore black to the awards show as a quiet protest against the entertainment industry’s rampant sexual harassment and assault.

Inspiration In The Women’s Suffrage Movement


Rachel Goodwin discovered motivation in the women’s suffrage movement, which picked up ladies the privilege to vote in the U.S. in the mid-1900’s when the Nineteenth Amendment was confirmed. In a few states, dark ladies couldn’t vote until the 1960’s, because of voter enlistment confinements set up to deny voting rights to minorities. The Message to be conveyed by Emma Stone is on next page keep reading.