It's Margot's kohl-rimmed eyes that we're tempted to imitate each morning. Trace your upper and lower lash lines with a velvety, easy-to-smudge pencil like NYX's Jumbo Eye Pencil ($5) in Black Bean. Luckily, Bobbi Brown's just released a limited-edition Kohl Cake Liner ($22), so use her Smokey Eyeliner Brush ($28) to smudge the Cake Liner around the edges. Add a few coats of Mally Beauty's Waterproof Volumizing Mascara ($20) in Black--make sure it's waterproof if you're going to be spending most of your time hiding in the bath.
An impossibly long-lasting lipstick would be necessary to smoke as often and as secretly as the adopted Tenenbaum does, so reach for an oldie but goodie: Benefit's Benetint ($29). Once the stain's rubbed into your lips, it's not going anywhere--even if you're making out with your brother's best friend behind closed doors.
The strict, sleek hair completes Margot's too-cool-for-school look. She's worn the same style her whole life--though it's brunette in the flashback showing the unfortunate accident that took her finger in Indiana--and pulls to the side with a single red clip. Work a generous amount of Sachajuan's Straight Out Gel ($28) into wet hair before blow-drying with a paddle brush. Use a flat iron, like Keratin's Perfect Light Deluxe Infrared Iron ($175), to straighten every last section and finish with Fekkai's Glossing Sheer Shine Mist ($25). Then dust off your record player, put on some Velvet Underground, and grab a cigarette--a candy cigarette!
Movie still courtesy of Everett Collection.