Glossy waves, voluminous braids, and plenty of shimmering eyes—this week, our favorite celebs really stepped up their beauty games. Which means there’s no shortage of weekend hair and makeup inspiration.
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In case you didn’t know what look you should wear to an NFL event, this is it. Celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin gave us the breakdown on how she created Chrissy Teigen’s effortlessly undone braid. After prepping Teigen’s damp hair with voluminizing mousse and sea salt spray, Atkin used a medium-sized round brush to create volume through the roots and bend at the ends. Once dry, she misted Oribe’s Dry Texturizing Spray ($42) all over and created a loose side braid. “Use your fingers to gently pull on either side of the braid to make it fuller,” Atkin says. To finish, Atkin set the style with Morroccanoil’s Luminous Hairspray ($20).
Scarlett Johansson proved that she can make a razed undercut Mohawk look soft and feminine. With smooth volume on top (courtesy of hairstylist Christine Symonds) and rose-colored makeup, Johansson looked polished, not punk.
The red lip and thick black lash combination never fails, but Kerry Washington’s take on the classic look is especially stunning. The actress wore her hair pulled back and kept the rest of her makeup clean and simple.
Who says summer glow is the only option? Jessica Alba sported what we’re calling the perfect winter glow with a dark brick red lip, all the handiwork of celebrity makeup artist Lauren Andersen.
Gabrielle Union knows how to wear an all-neutral makeup palette, and the key is a well-defined eye. The actress went with a shimmery, slightly smoky look at an event in New York City this week.
Loose, glossy curls and serious black winged liner are definitely a combination to copy. Hairstylist Ian James was the man behind America Ferrera’s perfectly coiffed tresses.
"For Rosamund's look for the Santa Barbra Film Festival, I wanted her makeup to have a modern and really cool edge, so I decided to keep the focus on her eyes, but not be too overpowering," makeup artist Georgie Eisdell says. She kept things soft and luminous on the lips and skin, and defined Pike’s eyes with Tom Ford’s Eye Defining Pen ($55) and multiple layers of voluminizing mascara.
Which look would you want to try?