We'll admit that even though hair and makeup are certainly not the prime focus of the 75th Annual Venice Film Festival, in our eyes it's the main event. Celebrities and models alike sashay across the massive red carpet in the most glamorous gowns, and so it's impossible not to be enamoured with the stunning beauty looks under those bright lights. Sure, they're all gathered there to celebrate some of the best films in the world, but we're praising all the glam served up by some of our favourites in Hollywood.
The Cannes Film Festival has some competition because stars brought their A-game with breathtaking looks the past few nights in Venice. As we can't be there, we're fawning from afar. Keep scrolling for the most gorgeous looks we've spotted.
Alek Wek is a true vision in this exaggerated berry blush paired with a deep plum-coloured lip.
We love the lavender shadow sprinkled on the upper and inner lids of Emma Stone's eyes. Très Glossier.
Sara Sampaio stunned the red carpet with her sharp, winged liner. Her half-up, half-down style looks perfect paired with her choker too. And would you just look at those cheekbones…
Lady Gaga always goes ultra-glam, so it's no surprise she came looking like pure royalty wearing soft, pastel shades of pink and red carpet–ready lashes.
Carolina Crescentini matched her gorgeous elegant updo with this showstopping red lipstick. Very Hollywood glam.
Wow. Cate Blanchett's slicked bob and her neutral smoky eye are the epitome of timeless glamour.
The chocolate neutrals of this winning makeup look are perfect for Dakota Johnson—especially with her chestnut-colored hair.
A refreshing burst of green on Chloë Grace Moretz's eyes makes her look ethereally beautiful.
We love Naomi Watts with a textured bob. Yes to beach waves on the red carpet.
Natalie Portman looks amazing in this sophisticated smoky eye and soft pink lipstick. Her understated makeup look was the ideal way to go with her gold sequined dress.
Dakota Fanning played with neutrals and went for a soft orange eye and nude lip. Those brows, though, are goals.