Each morning, we scour the internet in an effort to collect and study our favorite celebrity beauty looks. It's fun! (And it's our job.) Luckily, you can reap the benefits too. We'll be updating this story with the top beauty wins each week, along with expert advice on how to copy the looks at home. We're also listing the products you'll need to get them right.
So next time you see Gigi Hadid's hair looking impossibly effortless or Zoë Kravitz's highlighter on point, just head over here, and we'll break down the look. Need to know what eyeliner Alexa Chung rocks on the red carpet? We have it. Plus, there are a few chic under-the-radar tastemakers you're going to love—trust us. Click through for this week's hair and makeup picks.
Vanessa Hudgens and Nina Dobrev both had their makeup done by celebrity makeup artist Hung Vanngo—and you can tell. Both women showed off sunset eye looks and super-sculpted cheeks for a cover shoot in L.A.
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Yara Shahidi attended International Upfronts for her show Grownish this week in a monochromatic makeup look—berry shades on her eyes, cheeks, and lips.
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Patrick Ta worked with Adriana Lima ahead of the red carpet at the amfAR Gala to create this glowy, fresh, glossy makeup look. Turns out he used a cult-favorite drugstore mascara to finish it off.
On Adriana Lima: Maybelline Falsies Volum'Express Mascara ($6)
Celebrity makeup artist Matin created Mandy Moore's simple, '70s-inspired makeup with a bit of sparkle. He amped up her lashes with easy-to-apply falsies for that thick, fluttery finish.
On Mandy Moore: Lashify The Control Kit ($125)
Makeup artist Kirin Bhatty created Kate Mara's fresh-skin and sultry-eye makeup look for the New York premiere of her upcoming movie. She went bold with the eyes but took a less-is-more approach to Mara's skin, finishing it off to look dewy and "unfiltered."
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Celebrity makeup artist Vincent Oquendo created Lily Collins's intergalactic eyes this week in NYC, and we're swooning. To get it, blend a shimmery purple shadow with fuchsia.
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Vanessa Hudgens's makeup artist, Karan Mitchell, offered a fresh take on the classic smoky eye with a smoked-out blue shadow to replace the usual black.
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Yara Shahidi stunned us all, yet again, with her reddish-pink eye look for the Marie Claire Fresh Faces party in L.A., created by her go-to makeup artist, Emily Cheng.
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Jourdan Dunn shows off her enviable curls on her Instagram, wrapped in a scarf, with hoops and perfectly tended to brows.
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Zendaya showed up at NYC's Beautycon looking absolutely stunning in pastel makeup and a slicked-back braid.
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Celebrity makeup artist Regina Harris created Lola Kirke's red-lip look to complement her new blonde 'do for the Tribeca Film Festival. Harris exfoliated, applied a balm for extra moisture, and finished off the look with liquid lipsticks.
Selena Gomez showed off a brand-new under-cut (which she called a spur-of-the-moment decision) with a sleek, high braid in Germany.
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Celebrity makeup artist Jo Baker was inspired by a bit of liner residue that remained under Paris's eyes when she stepped out of the shower. "I liked the idea of creating something bold and modern, but with a grunge-desert griminess to it," she said of the look. "I wanted to create a graphic, punchy winged cat eye (which is Paris's favorite look)."
On Paris Jackson: Dior Diorshow On Stage Liner in Matte White (launching in May) and Pump'N'Volume Mascara ($30)
Whitney Port's makeup artist, Taylor Fitzgerald, created a baby-pink shadow look and matching stained lip for an event in NYC.
On Whitney Port: Laura Mercier Velour Extreme Matte Lipstick Viva Cuba Shades in Chicas ($28)
Hung Vanngo, Selena Gomez's go-to makeup artist, created her look ahead of the 2018 WE Day California event. He used a bright strawberry-red pop of color on her lips and left the rest of her face natural.
On Selena Gomez: Marc Jacobs Beauty Le Marc Lip Crème Lipstick in Oh Miley ($30)
Celebrity makeup artist Hung Vanngo worked with Emily Ratajkowski ahead of the 2018 Daily Front Row Fashion Los Angeles Awards. "We gave Emily a modern take on '70s makeup. I maintained her natural tan and added a bit of dewiness with warm golden and peachy nude shades on the eyes, lips, and cheeks," said Vanngo.
On Emily Ratajkowski: Marc Jacobs Beauty Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eye Shadow Palette in Glambition ($49)
Rowan Blanchard is quickly becoming one of our top beauty inspirations, courtesy of her playful, dreamy aesthetic. Her hairstylist Laurie Heaps and makeup artist Amy Strozzi made this magical look happen. Here, Blanchard mixes berry-stained lips with watercolor eyes for a Coach event in L.A.
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Emily Blunt showed off this romantic braided updo ahead of the premiere of her new movie, A Quiet Place. Celebrity hairstylist Sarah Potempa used a ceramic styling iron and brush to create the look.
Cheng kept Shahidi's makeup look for the Teen Choice Awards very fresh, doing a monochromatic rose-blush tone across her features.
On Yara Shahidi: Nars Wanted Cheek Palette Vol II ($59)
Celebrity makeup artist Georgie Eisdell prepped Alicia Vikander ahead of the Los Angeles premiere of her movie Tomb Raider, creating a strong lip, dewy skin, and a classic but modern liner look with light gold, black cat-eye liner, and a double flick underneath her eye.
On Alicia Vikander: Sephora Collection Colorful 5 Eyeshadow Palette in Sunrise to Sunset Bronze ($25) and Long-Lasting 12 HR Wear Eye Liner in Black ($12)
Yara Shahidi is no stranger to this roundup, as she and makeup artist Emily Cheng know their way around a makeup brush and iPhone camera. This time, Shahidi was lit by the warm, glowing sunshine and not much else.
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Celebrity makeup artist Ernesto Casillas worked with Serayah McNeill before a Dior party in L.A. "I wanted to keep Serayah's skin bronzed and luminous for a youthful look to complement her fun outfit," he says of the look. "I definitely had more fun on the eyes. I used warm rust tones to give the effect of a smoldering eye without being too dark."
On Serayah McNeill: Dior Capture Youth Glow Booster Age-Delay Illuminating Serum ($95) and 5 Couleurs Eyeshadow Palette in 777 Exalt ($62)
Kristen Stewart has become a magician when it comes to a bold eye cat. This time, for a Chanel dinner in Beverly Hills, the actress paired her usual black liner with purple and pink shadow à la Pat McGrath's '80s Anna Sui runway look.
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Celebrity makeup artist Nina Parks created Zoë Kravitz's fresh face and red siren makeup for the Vanity Fair Oscars afterparty. She layered glowy, bronzing products and a matte YSL lipstick to create the super-wearable (and absolutely stunning) look.
On Zoë Kravitz: Rouge Pur Couture Lipstick 201
Selah Marley stepped out in Paris to attend Dior's runway show in a perfect midnight shade of lipstick (by Dior, of course). Celebrity makeup artist Daniel Martin layered two products (a liquid lipstick and glossy lacquer) to create a plump, dimensional look.
On Selah Marley: Dior Rouge Dior Liquid in Black Matte ($37), Dior Addict Lacquer Plump in All-Nighter (launching April 2018)
Celebrity makeup artist Amy Strozzi worked with Rowan Blanchard to create this sultry yet cosmic makeup for the premiere of A Wrinkle in Time. "It's a pearly lilac and we used it as the based for the eyes and the cheek," Strozzi explains.
On Rowan Blanchard: Fenty Beauty Match Stix Shimmer Skinstick in Unicorn ($25)
Cara Delevingne made an appearance at the Dior show as well, this time with her hair cropped and chestnut brown. Her impossibly blue eyes were accessorized with a modern smoky eye—sexy yet subtly shimmery with a soft flick.
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Tracee Ellis Ross, like the queen that she is, looked strong, radiant, and absolutely stunning at the premiere of A Wrinkle in Time. Her thick cornrows pair perfectly with her tight-lined eyeliner (along both the top lash line and the waterline).
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Priyanka Chopra (and her makeup artist, Patrick Ta) make a case for magenta eye shadow behind-the-scenes of a recent magazine shoot.
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Celebrity makeup artist Pati Dubroff created Margot Robbie's makeup look for the London premiere of I, Tonya. "I did a very gentle contour and cool highlight with a soft peach pink flush." Then, she added graphic white eyeliner at the lash line.
On Margot Robbie: Rodial Icons Collection Palette ($125)
Celebrity makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury prepped Salma's skin with moisturizer to plump and hydrate and blended luminous primer and complexion booster in with her foundation to create a really beautiful glow.
On Salma Hayek: Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter ($44)
Jennifer Lawrence turned it out at the Red Sparrow photocall in London with the most sultry, smoky cat eye.
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Zendaya is no stranger to an outstanding beauty look, made evident by her penchant for switching up her hair and showing off her enviable brows. Though this time we're talking about the perfect, blue-red lipstick she wore to the Michael Kors runway show at NYFW.
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Gigi Hadid catwalked down Anna Sui's runway with '80s-inspired hair and makeup to match. The eye look, created by Pat McGrath herself, was a nod to a no-fear mentality and '60s lashes.
On Gigi Hadid: Pat McGrath Labs Mothership II Eyeshadow Palette in Sublime ($125)
Celebrity hairstylist Laurie Heaps created chic faux fringe for Rowan Blanchard's look at the Calvin Klein show in NYC.
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Celebrity hairstylist Nai'vasha Johnson styled Yara Shahidi's one-sided cornrows and natural curls for Grown-ish panel discussion in NYC.
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Hairstylist César DeLeön Ramirêz used a volumizing mist made up of champagne extracts, white truffle, and botanicals to keep Ciara's hair soft yet voluminous ahead of the Tom Ford ready-to-wear men's show.
On Ciara: Cuvée Beauty Volumizing Mist ($45)
Madelaine Petsch, queen of the crimson lip, went for a nude option and exaggerated cat-eye liner for the GQ Men of the Year Party in L.A.
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Celebrity makeup artist Patrick Ta gave Chrissy Teigen a glowy, ethereal look for the Art of Elysium's 11th annual celebration in Santa Monica.
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At the same event, Vanessa Hudgens went for a sunset-orange eye, which celebrity makeup artist Allan Avendano blended into a bold drape over her cheekbones.
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Meghan Markle joined Prince Harry and the royal family for Christmas Day services in Sandringham, England, with a festive glow and rosy cheeks.
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The perennially blonde model went bubblegum pink over the holidays and we're here for it.
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Celebrity hairstylist Robert Vetica worked with Daisy Ridley for her Star Wars: The Last Jedi premiere look. "I duplicated the knot of the bow on her dress with this easy updo," says Vetica. "I combed each side section all the way back, created two low ponytails, and tightly tied a hair elastic around them. Then, after applying a mixture of styling gel and styling cream for grip, I twisted each ponytail until the hair was smooth."
Vernon François, Nyong'o's go-to stylist, prepped her hair with leave-in conditioner to provide hydration and protection. Then he slicked the sides and pinned them up to contour her gorgeous face. To complete the look, François used a shine spray to give the actress's hair a delicately sparkling finish.
"I wanted to keep the makeup reflective, bright, modern, and seasonal by avoiding anything too dark or too colorful," said celebrity makeup artist, Jo Baker, of Ruby Rose's look. "Glide on a silver eye pencil in the center of the eyelid, avoiding the inner eye or outer lid corners, as well inside the center of the waterline and underneath," explains Baker. "Then, take your ring finger and smudge it, allowing the product to blend seamlessly into the moisture on the lid."
On Ruby Rose: Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Cuff ($20)
"We didn't want to go too graphic," celebrity makeup artist Celia Burton told Into the Gloss of Abdoah's look for The Fashion Awards in London,"steering clear from any heavy or hard lines, keeping it really soft, light and blended.
On Adwoa Aboah: Charlotte Tilbury Luxury Eyeshadow Palette in The Glamour Muse ($53)
Selena Gomez is continuing her blonde-hair world tour, this time on the red carpet at The Fashion Awards with a red lip and strong brow.
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Jourdan Dunn turned it out with copper curls and bronze makeup for The Fashion Awards. Now we're contemplating bangs…
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Margot Robbie worked with celebrity hairstylist Bryce Scarlett for the L.A. premiere of I, Tonya. He used a one-and-a-quarter-inch curling iron to bend the ends for a very round finish and finished with a medium-hold hairspray.
On Margot Robbie: Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium ($24)
Nicole Richie looked pretty in pink shadow at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. Naturally, says her celebrity makeup artist Daniel Martin, the makeup was Dior.
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Shanina Shaik stepped out in quite possibly the most perfect holiday eye look—glittery, smoky, and winged out.
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Kim Kardashian West went more ethereal and bright with her makeup to complement her platinum hair and dark roots for an event in L.A.
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Haim performed at the Guggenheim International Gala in New York City in red dresses and makeup to match. Coined "fairy freshness" by their makeup artist, Sabrina Bedrani, the sisters prepped their skin with sorbet water for a dose of hydration and wore ruby shadow for an edgy but ethereal look.
On Haim: Dior Hydra Life Deep Hydration Sorbet Water Essence ($73) and 5 Couleur Precious Rocks Eyeshadow Palette in Ruby ($63)
Alecia Morais posed post–Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in Shanghai with "sultry taupe and brown tones on her eyes, high-impact lashes, rosy, bronzed cheeks, and a balmy nude pout achieved by the brand's very own lip stain," lead makeup artist Tom Pecheux explained.
On Alecia Morais: Victoria's Secret Velvet Matte Cream Lip Stain in Adored ($8)
Bella Hadid's super-sculpted face was on full display at the Victoria's Secret after-party with a chiseled contour and exaggerated cat eye.
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Yara Shahidi wore a perfect-for-holiday metallic eye, crafted by celebrity makeup artist Emily Cheng, for The Hollywood Reporter's Next Gen 2017 celebration.
"I put a few drops of treatment oil on Margot's wet hair and blew her out with a volumizer at the roots," explains celebrity hairstylist Bryce Scarlett of Robbie's look. "I used an oval-shaped iron to make very subtle waves, then layered dry shampoo and texture spray throughout, tucking it behind her ears. To finish, I used a hairspray that gives tons of shine. I like to focus it on the ends to give them a lot of separation and shape."
Gigi Hadid looked angelic in petal-pink shadow, blush, and matching lip gloss for her appearance on the Today show, a deviation from celebrity makeup artist Patrick Ta's usual look for her: a deep cat eye and a bronze complexion. We're very into it.
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Celebrity hairstylist Johnnie Sapong created a "chic punk rock bun" on Dakota Johnon for the 2017 LACMA Art+Film Gala in L.A. “I used Leonor Grey Algues et Fleurs and layered it with Leonor Greyl Structure Naturelle. Taking sections of her hair from the nape to the front, I worked this into the hair and then blow-dried with diffuser to encourage texture and body in the hair.”
On Dakota Johnson: Leonor Greyl Algues et Fleurs ($35) and Structure Naturelle ($42)
"Her eyes were the main focus," explains Georgie Eisdell, Elizabeth Olsen's celebrity makeup artist. "I applied the black shadow on the lashline and used the darker shades to blend the colors up and into the crease. I then applied the same black shadow under her eyes to create a smoky look. To finish, I used waterproof long-lasting eyeliner on the inner rim of her eyes to create more strength and depth."
On Elizabeth Olsen: Chanel Les 4 Ombres Multi-Effect Quadra Eyeshadow in Tissé Smoky ($61) and Stylo Yeux Waterproof Long-lasting Eyeliner in Noir Intense ($33)
Emily Ratajkowski went full-on Jessica Rabbit on her Instagram this week in a copper wig and exaggerated cat eye.
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A look originally intended for Halloween, we can't help but obsess over celebrity makeup artist Hung Vanngo's bold, moody makeup look on Karlie Kloss for a night out come holiday season. Agreed?
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Selena Gomez also looked to her go-to artist, Vanngo, this week for a dark, intense makeup look. He went super exaggerated on the smoky eye and slicked on a brick red creamy lipstick to pull it all together.
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For months Bella Hadid (with the hair genius that is Jen Atkin by her side) has been championing the resurgence of classic '90s hair—i.e., the bouncy, shoulder-length blowout Atkin deems "Cher hair." Atkin told Vogue: “As much as I love a good bedhead wave, it was time to bring back a good ’90s blowout. When I was in middle school, Cher was the ultimate Beverly Hills cool girl."
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Halle Bailey of Chloe x Halle (none other than two of Beyoncé's protégés) arrived at the InStyle Awards with the most gorgeous, glowy mocha lip. Camara Aunique, Bailey's makeup artist, says of the shade: "It's [Mented's] new lip gloss line and if you pair that with the chestnut lip liner you’ll see a really big difference… [It creates] a beautiful brown lip."
On Halle Bailey: Mented Gloss For Grown Ups Lip Gloss in Baby Brown ($50)
Zendaya undoubtedly sent everyone's hearts a-flutter with her '70s Pam Grier–inspired afro to accompany her radiant skin and long lashes. Her approach to beauty, both experimental and culturally significant, is nothing short of beautiful, necessary, and flawless every time.
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Ahead of introducing her go-to makeup artist, Hung Vanngo, at the InStyle Awards, Selena Gomez had him do his signature drawn-out, exaggerated cat eye for the red carpet. He blended a holographic purple with his usual black shadow to add sparkle and a dose of fun to her look.
On Selena Gomez: Marc Jacobs Beauty The Wild One Eye-Conic Eyeshadow Palette ($99)
Although Margot Robbie hails from Australia, she's somehow mastered the art of the cool French-girl style we've coveted time and time again. It's the slight bend, the unpolished waves, and the bit of roots peaking out that give it that undone, effortless feel. This time, she stepped out in L.A. with a perfectly styled lob created by her go-to celebrity stylish, Cristian Wood.
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Gabrielle Union is always glowing—thanks mostly to incredible genetics, but also a seriously great foundation. She hit the streets of NYC this week with the most flawless skin we've seen in months.
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Kristen Stewart turned it out at Elle's Women in Hollywood celebration in Beverly Hills—wearing a complete makeup look by Chanel, her makeup artist Jamie Greenberg adds. We're especially fond of her super-dark, thick eyeliner beauty—no one does "casual edge" quite like Stewart.
On Kristen Stewart: Chanel Le Crayon Yeux Precision Eye Definer ($30)
"I wanted to make her eyes pop without doing a dark smoky eye," says Emmy Rossum's makeup artist, Sabrina Bedrani. To do it, she used a five-color palette and "started with the lightest beige-gold color all over the lid, following with copper in the middle and the darkest brown on the outer corner of the eye." She then blended it outward to elongate Rossum's eyes. She used a kohl liner to line her eyes outside and inside of the lash line to intensify the look.
On Emmy Rossum: Dior 5 Couleurs High Fidelity Colours & Effects Eyeshadow Palette in Hypnotize ($62) and Diorshow Khol in Black Khol ($33)
Celebrity makeup artist Matin worked with Tracee Ellis Ross ahead of her PaleyFest NY appearance in New York City. To keep that glowy, radiant look to her skin, he used an organic beauty oil on her face and eye serum prior to applying foundation. And yes, those are cornrows and Bantu knots (called Zulu Knot–ended cornrows) styled by the legendary Chuck Amos. Tracee is perfection.
Matin worked with Mandy Moore as well, this time focusing on her lips. He used a matte red lip pencil to keep the color bold, velvety, and in place for the entire duration of her appearance on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon.
On Mandy Moore: Nars Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Red Square ($27)
Celebrity makeup artist Patrick Ta gave Chrissy Teigen a similar red pout, smoothing her complexion with a luminous, flexible coverage foundation.
On Chrissy Teigen: La Mer The Soft Fluid Long Wear Foundation ($110)
Karlie Kloss has been turning up everywhere in Europe, hopping from fashion show to fashion party and back again. This week, celebrity makeup artist Hung Vanngo gave her a warm, fall-friendly makeup look with Marc Jacobs Beauty's newest eye shadow palette.
On Karlie Kloss: Marc Jacobs Beauty Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette in Scandalust ($49)
Zendaya was literally glowing this week in New York City with a Jen Atkin–style half-up ponytail and enviable brows.
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Elle Fanning has reached peak dream-girl status—as evidenced by her vampy matte red lip and fluttery lashes at the Miu Miu show as part of Paris Fashion Week.
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Celebrity makeup artist Matin (who's painted the face of Angelina Jolie, to put things into perspective) used a light, delicate oil to keep Gal Gadot's skin absolutely radiant at a talk she attended in NYC.
On Gal Gadot: Leonor Greyl Huile Secret de Beauté Hair & Skin Oil ($66)
Jen Atkin slicked back Gigi Hadid's hair into a braided bun before her Messika Jewelry x Gigi Hadid event in Paris. She used rose hair oil, matte pomade, and a fine nylon hairnet to keep it all in place.
For a night out during Paris Fashion Week, Hung Vanngo created this stunning red lip look for Emily Ratajkowski. He used Marc Jacobs Beauty products to apply a creamy, siren-red lipstick and tons of inky black mascara.
Celebrity makeup artist Ashunta Sheriff did Taraji P Henson's makeup for the season premier of Empire, and her highlight was that of legend. "I popped her cheeks with blush added an extra pow with gold on her cheekbones. Then, I added soft focus powder for an alien luminescent glow."
Rihanna showed off a bold, draped lavender highlight and eye look at the launch of her Fenty Beauty line in London.
On Rihanna: Fenty Beauty Killawatt Freestyle Highlighter ($34)
Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid showed off blindingly glowy skin (with foundation, gently applied as needed, and not much else) before the Michael Kors show.
On Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid: MAC Studio Waterweight Foundation ($35)
Olivia Palermo did it up in London with a textured, windswept updo and glammed-out smoky eye.
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Say it with us now: ICONIC. The two supermodels sat front row at the Topshop show during LFW with chiseled cheekbones and radiant skin for days.
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Gigi Hadid wore her intense cat eye from the Marc Jacobs runway to her mother's book signing in NYC.
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For the I, Tonya premiere in Toronto, Margot Robbie went with fresh, dewy skin and lots of mascara. "I went for a very chunky mascara look to give her eyes a modern edge, using three coats on top and bottom lashes," says celebrity makeup artist Sabrina Bedrani.
On Margot Robbie: Dior Diorshow Pump 'N' Volume ($30)
Selena Gomez hit up Coach's flagship store during her time in NYC (rumor has it she's filming a Woody Allen film) and looked sophisticated, modern, and sultry with wet-look waves and a red lip.
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Shay Mitchell's '70s-inspired look for the Anna Sui fashion show in New York was everything we never knew we needed (and more). Those curls? Perfection.
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We caught up with Gigi Hadid backstage before the Prabal Gurung show, and her hair was slicked back and her makeup was fresh and glowing. "It's a very sexy look," Anthony Turner of Wella Professionals told WWD. "It's meant to kind of look like she's emerged from a swimming pool and combed her hair back."
On Gigi Hadid: Wella Sculpt Force Gel ($9)
Winnie Harlow shows off a cerulean-colored cat eye on the red carpet before the NGV Gala in Melbourne, Australia—and we're already copying it at Byrdie HQ.
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Gigi Hadid traded in her long golden hair for a shorter, shinier crop on the Tom Ford runway at NYFW.
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Meanwhile, her little sister Bella attended Bulgari's fragrance launch party in Brooklyn. She wore her signature slicked-back bun, and we'll never tire of it.
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Jasmine Tookes looks impossibly glowy on her way to a Victoria's Secret callback in NYC. In fact, her voluminous curls and rosy makeup both look ready for a wing-clad strut down the runway.
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With that same VS glow, Gigi heads out to her own go-see with her sandy blond hair bouncing. Still, it's her porcelain skin we can't stop staring at.
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Another Angel, yet another flawless complexion. Only this time, Bella headed to her casting appointment with a sleek, slicked-back bun and lip gloss.
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Justine Marjan finished off Maddie Ziegler's braids with little velvet bows and made sure the final look had "wisps," those windswept front pieces we all remember from the '90s.
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As we say goodbye to the last weeks of summer and witness fall approaching on the horizon, Chrissy Teigen's moody lip at L.A.'s Beautycon festival even more appealing.
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Sarah Potempa, celebrity hairstylist and founder of The Beachwaver, worked with Reese Witherspoon for the premiere of her new movie, Home Again. To create Witherspoon's effortless, textured look, Potempa applied a lifting spray before styling and a texture cream to finish off the look.
As if you didn't already think Zendaya was the coolest possible woman in Hollywood, she did her own makeup for the Teen Choice Awards. That's right—the coral lip, the kohl-lined eyes, and the glowy skin were all courtesy of her own two hands.
Celebrity makeup artist Allan Avendaño gave Vanessa Hudgens glittery disco eyes for an episode of So You Think You Can Dance.
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"I prepped Maddie's damp hair with leave-in conditioner and heat-styling spray, and then blew out her hair," says celebrity stylist Justine Marjan of Maddie Zeigler's hair before the Teen Choice Awards. I worked my way throughout her hair using a flatiron to straighten half-inch horizontal sections. This flatiron has completely even heat, all you need is one stroke across the hair to smooth it."
On Maddie Ziegler: Ghd Platinum Professional Performance Styler ($249).
Sir John (famed celebrity makeup artist and Beyoncé's go-to guru) took to Instagram this week to coin a new eyeliner trend: denim liner. While cobalt blue has certainly made the rounds before, this time, the look he created on Joan Smalls is reminiscent of a denim-on-denim outfit with intense, thick liner above both her top and bottom lashes.
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Kaia Gerber posed with her newly layered, modern shag (courtesy of Jen Atkin) while on vacation with her family.
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Emrata showed off her blessed bone structure and enviable pout during what I can only imagine is a midweekend boredom-induced selfie shoot.
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Gigi Hadid has gone from blond to dirty blond to brunette and back again. Now, the model snapped a picture of her newly minted neon-pink ponytail, and we're here for it.
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Celebrity stylist Laurie Heaps worked with Rowan Blanchard to come up with the perfect chop. "Rowan has been talking about cutting her hair for a while," Heaps told Refinery29. "When she started sending me pics of Cybill Shepherd in The Last Picture Show, I knew it was time… I felt the perfect length would fall right to her collarbone. Something effortless." To style her new lob, Heaps used a flat iron, texturizing spray, and finishing cream.
Celebrity makeup artist Daniel Martin achieved Jessica Biel's matte hot coral lip at the series premiere of The Sinner in NYC using a liquid lip stain. He says of his technique, "If your liquid lipstick appears too heavy, use your finger to blend it out and then blot with tissue. This picks up the perfect amount of pigment while still leaving a gorgeous, opaque finish on the lips."
On Jessica Biel: Dior Rouge Liquid Lip Stain in Crush Matte ($35).
Rihanna stunned at the Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets premiere in L.A., but there was something even more exciting happening that night. The singer later revealed on her Instagram that she was sporting samples from her forthcoming Fenty Beauty collection. A holographic highlighter per chance?
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Makeup artist Vincent Oquendo said of Bosworth's look, "I wanted to let her skin really glow," and used a face mask and liquid foundation to create a bouncy, clean canvas. To get the perfect dusty rose color on her lips, he used a mix of three different products.
On Kate Bosworth: Marc Jacobs Beauty Le Marc Lip Crème Lipstick in Slow Burn ($30) and Le Marc Liquid Lip Crème in Hot Cocoa ($28); Laura Mercier Lip Parfait Creamy Colour Balm in Raspberry Ripple ($26).
Kendall Jenner showed up to the Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets in glamorous Old Hollywood waves. Celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin prepped Jenner's hair with a wave spray, blew it dry, and used hot rollers to create Marilyn Monroe–inspired curls.
On Kendall Jenner: T3 Volumizing Hot Rollers Luxe ($119).
Makeup artist Vincent Oquendo used a drugstore lipstick on Gabrielle Union's lips while she was in Paris for fashion week. He explains, "This is a great lightweight lipstick and the perfect nude for every skin tone."
On Gabrielle Union: Burt's Bees Lipstick in Blush Basin ($9).
"No matter what skin tone you are, you have more than one [shade] on your face and likely need more than one foundation to find your perfect match," says Oquendo. For the Los Angeles premiere of her new movie, The Bad Batch, he buffed two different concealer and foundation shades onto Suki Waterhouse's skin.
On Suki Waterhouse: Laura Mercier Flawless Fusion Ultra-Longwear Foundation in Ivory and Buff ($48 each).
Zoë Kravitz wore a subtle smoky eye and natural lip to the NYC premiere of Gemini. Honestly, though, we can't help but proclaim (again) our undying love for her blond pixie.
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Celebrity hairstylist Justine Marjan created Shay Mitchell's summer-perfect waves at the Warner Bros. Studios in L.A. with a wide-tooth comb and sea salt pomade.
On Shay Mitchell: Fatboy Sea Salt Pomade ($21).
"I opted to do a fresh, peachy look," celebrity makeup artist Hung Vanngo said. He used a golden bronze gel crayon eyeliner along the top and bottom lash line. On top of the liner, Vanngo used a rose-gold eye shadow.
Cara Delevingne showed off her gorgeous blue eyes with earthy, bronze shades and smoldering liner at a Save the Elephants dinner in London.
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Leave it to Kendall Jenner (or, rather, Jen Atkin) to turn a polo match into a runway show. The model looked appropriate but fashionable as she sipped Veuve and posed at the event in New York. Atkin used a volumizing mist and soft mousse to prep her hair, blew it dry, and polished any flyaways with hair oil to give it a sheen.
Gigi Hadid has been letting her natural roots show for months now, this time taking her newly minted warm chestnut hair for a spin at the CFDAs in NYC.
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"I diffused her hair with a diffuser and volumizing mousse," celebrity hairstylist Justine Marjan explains. "Then went in with a one-inch iron over random pieces to define some curls. To finish, I combed through with a wide-tooth comb to create separation."
On Cleo Wade: Bumble and Bumble Thickening Full Form Mousse ($30).
Bella Hadid was bronzed and dripping in diamonds for a Bulgari press event this week—just in time for the official start of summer.
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Elisabeth Moss worked with her makeup artist, Daniel Martin, to create a look that was "full-throttle glam." Martin says, "I used shades of pink and lavender to complement her bright blue eyes."
On Elisabeth Moss: Dior 5 Couleurs Eyeshadow Palette in Magnify ($62).
Rihanna kills it every single time. For this particular occasion, a Parsons Benefit in NYC, she wore her bouncy, natural curls in a laid-back wet look.
Similar Product: Bumble and Bumble Sumo Gel ($29).
Celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin practically took over Cannes—styling Collins's hair six separate times. Our favorite (look at those curls!) was created with a hair-styling cocktail of curl jelly, wave spray, and spray wax.
Leave it to a Victoria's Secret model to master the ever-elusive effortless wave. Kroes stepped out in Cannes with the French-girl waves we've been dreaming of.
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Makeup artist Lottie created Alexandra Daddario's bold lip for the Baywatch premiere with just one long-lasting matte lipstick—no liner needed.
On Alexandra Daddario: Urban Decay Vice Liquid Lipstick in Tilt ($18).
Camilla Belle arrives at the Dior Cruise Collection show in California with a killer summer lip and her famous brows.
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Jennifer Lopez showed off her famous J.Lo glow with metallic lip gloss and bronzy cheeks at the NBCUniversal Upfront 2017 in NYC.
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Kendall Jenner posed for a photoshoot with a clean, glowy face and siren-red lipstick on the iconic steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
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Celebrity makeup artist Melissa Hernandez created Hailee Steinfeld's red carpet look with one particular product. Hernandez notes, "A gel liner formula is the most pigmented and long-wearing, but they can be tricky. To re-create it, dip a skinny liner brush into the formula, and wipe off the excess on the rim before quickly sweeping it along your lashes."
On Hailee Steinfeld: Inglot AMC Eyeliner Gel ($15).
Cara Delevingne won life and the red carpet at the MTV Movie and TV Awards when she showed off her new platinum buzz cut and a dark Bordeaux lip.
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Issa Rae worked with celebrity makeup artist Joanna Simkin to achieve her jewel-toned makeup look. "I was inspired by a '70s look I saw of Donna Summer—blue eye shadow and a spiked lash." She continues, "Key products for the look are the eye shadows: I used a shade for the sparkle on the middle of her lid, and turquoise on the outer and inner corners for depth."
Kaia Gerber demonstrates how to wear second-day hair to a fancy event with a cool, wispy topknot in Beverly Hills.
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Celebrity makeup artist Hung Vanngo posted Gisele's gorgeous, glowy look on set. His secret? Dewy, sheer highlighter for a subtle lit-from-within glow.
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Celebrity hairstylist Sarah Potempa crafted this romantic, intricate braid for Lea Michele with a ceramic iron and a mini brush for her bangs.
On Lea Michele: Sarah Potempa Coast Pro Ceramic Styling Iron ($170).
Jeanne Damas hit the red carpet in New York City with just a touch of cream blush and her famous red lip.
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Ashley Graham showed off her razor-sharp cheekbones and a glossy nude lip ahead of the Time 100 Gala at Lincoln Center.
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Margot Robbie walked the carpet at Marie Claire's Image Awards with perhaps the sexiest cool-girl blowout we've ever seen.
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Priyanka Chopra's ever-perfect brows were on point for the Harper's Bazaar 150th Anniversary Party in New York City. To get the look, fill in your brows with a pencil, and then highlight underneath your brow bone to define your arch and fake an eye lift.
Similar Product: Anastasia Beverly Hills Highlighting Duo Pencil ($23).
Celebrity makeup artist Vera Steimberg gave Zoe Saldana a "clean yet structured makeup look," for the premiere of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 in Hollywood. We're especially fond the dusty pink shade she used on her lips.
On Zoe Saldana: Nars Audacious Lipstick in Apoline ($34).
Charlize Theron looked absolutely luminous on the red carpet for the premiere of The Fate of the Furious. To get the look, Francesca Tolot, a celebrity makeup artist for Dior, began by prepping her skin to moisturize and even out her skin's texture.
On Charlize Theron: Dior Life Fresh Hydration Sorbet Crème ($69).
Jenny Slate looks chic and sophisticated at the opening night screening of Landslide in San Francisco. We're especially into the golden shimmer she applied to the inner corners of her eyes.
Similar Product: Hourglass Modernist Eyeshadow Palette ($58).
Celebrity makeup artist Nick Barose worked with Naomi Scott on her press tour for her upcoming movie, Power Rangers. He applied a fresh, monochrome look with sepia tones on her eyes and lips. He explains the look: "You can play up both eyes and lips when you keep the colors within the same family, in this case, sepia-brown tones."
While on her press tour, Emma Watson has committed to sticking with solely eco-friendly makeup and accessories. Her makeup artist, Dotti, pulled it off using makeup brushes that create an airbrushed effect and are cruelty-free and vegan.
On Emma Watson: Artis Elite Mirror Palm Brush ($65).
Makeup artist Emily Cheng created Yara Shahidi's fresh, rosy makeup look with a mix of creamy blushes on her cheeks and eyes.
On Yara Shahidi: Glossier Cloud Paint in Haze and Beam ($18 each).
Cheng also worked with Eiza González to create this earthy makeup look at SXSW. First, she prepped the skin with a water gel to hydrate, then applied a moisturizing face tint and berry lip.
Cara Delevingne pulled a Kim Kardashian West and showed up at Paris Fashion Week with a white-blond new 'do. Her punky platinum color is the perfect stylish accessory—however, the process can damage your hair, and after a few washes, brassiness can set in. To remedy, invest in a protein mask and a shade-reviving treatment to banish any yellowness.
Olivia Culpo went decidedly edgier for the Diorshow Backstage event with Bella Hadid and Peter Philips. Instead of her usual clean, sleek hair and pink lips, she added a bit of grease to her roots and '90s grunge to her pout.
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Emily Ratajkowski looked positively dreamy for the Vanity Fair Oscars party. Her makeup artist, Hung Vanngo, used Marc Jacobs beauty to give her eyes an unexpected pop. To re-create it, "Start by sketching a gel eye crayon along your top and bottom lashes and then slightly on your lids," Vanngo says. "Diffuse the liner with a brush before it sets to create a waterproof finish. Then, use a shadow palette and smudge smoky green and charcoal shadows, and blend silver on top."
Another Vanngo devotee, Kate Bosworth went romantic and timeless. "We drew inspiration from the idea of old Hollywood and Grace Kelly," Vango said of the look. To add dimension and warmth to her complexion, Vanngo patted illuminator to the high points of her face and then dusted bronzer along her temples and cheekbones.
Nathalie Emmanuel worked with makeup artist Kelsey Deenihan to get a soft and smoky eye look for her post-Oscars celebration. Deenihan used a selection of shades from Avon's new shadow palette, applying the lightest shades on Emmanuel's lids and the warmer, darker browns on her upper and lower lash lines.
On Nathalie Emmanuel: Avon True Color 8-in-1 Eyeshadow Palette in Nude Muse ($15).
Celebrity hairstylist Gregory Russell worked with Lily Collins to create a "clean and glossy modern take on an old Hollywood classic set." He started on damp hair, applying oil to the ends and mousse through the roots and lengths. Then, Russell used a 1.25-inch curling iron to curl the ends before pinning them. Once cooled down, he used a glossing wax for highly defined shine.
On Lily Collins: R+Co Continental Glossing Wax ($27).
Shay Mitchell's go-to makeup artist, Patrick Ta, explains the secret to her flawless red carpet skin: "I love using La Mer's foundation with La Mer Renewal Oil to give the skin a nice glow." And glow she did at the Vanity Fair and L'Oréal Paris Toast to Young Hollywood event.
Lily Collins's brows are truly a thing of beauty. To make sure they were in tip-top shape for the Costume Designers Guild Awards, makeup artist Fiona Stiles used a mirco-precision brow pencil.
On Lily Collins: Fiona Stiles Micro-Precision Brow Pencil in Neutral Brown ($16).
Katy Perry, another celebrity in the newly-minted blond club, complemented her new hair with a sparkly, metallic shadow we're dying over.
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Bella Hadid, Dior's makeup ambassador and the owner of enviably plump lips, is no stranger to a moisturized pout. She uses Dior's smoothing and plumping options at various events. (This one was the NikeLab opening in NYC.) Her friend, model Hailey Baldwin, does the same, admitting that a Dior balm was her favorite product sold at Sephora. For a less expensive product with similar benefits, try ($6).
On Bella Hadid: Dior Crème de Rose Smoothing Plumping Lip Balm ($30).
This is, without a doubt, Nicole Richie’s longtime signature look. Slick hair and that rad exaggerated cat-eye liner. She worked it, yet again, on the red carpet in West Hollywood.
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Celebrity hairstylist Robert Vetica created Daisy Ridley's playful textured bob for the EE British Academy Film Awards. Vetica first applied mousse to give her hair volume and bounce. He blow-dried the hair back in the direction of the finished style and added a low side part.
On Daisy Ridley: Leonor Greyl Paris Mousse au Lotus Volumatrice ($46).
Zoë Kravitz worked the step-and-repeat at the amfAR New York Gala, where her platinum blond hair perfectly matched her ethereal highlight.
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Selena Gomez hits the streets of NYC with a relaxed blowout and a natural, pink gloss on her lips.
Similar Product: Dior Crème de Rose Smoothing Plumping Lip Balm ($30).
Gigi Hadid looked dewy and natural backstage at the Tommyland Tommy Hilfiger S/S 17 runway show in Venice, California. Here, her makeup artist skillfully applies highlighter to her brow bone for extra glow.
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Ruby Rose is known for keeping us on our toes when it comes to her fashion and beauty choices. And as ambassador for Urban Decay, the actress's lipstick is consistently the main event of her beauty look. Celebrity makeup artist Jo Baker said of the look she created for her movie premiere in Hollywood, “This lip color is unlike anything I've seen in a while. Apply the liquid lipstick using the flat tip applicator to first line your lips (no lip liner needed), and then add more product to fill everything in."
On Ruby Rose: Urban Decay Vice Liquid Lipstick in Studded ($18).
Drew Barrymore showed off a bit of draping to sculpt her face at the Santa Clarita Diet premiere in L.A. Her makeup artist, Debra Ferullo, paired Flower Beauty's new contouring palette with a silky blush and highlighter to make her cheekbones pop with a healthy flush of color.
On Drew Barrymore: Flower Beauty Lift & Sculpt Contouring Palette ($13).
Kim Kardashian West strutted through the streets of New York in her (now) signature lip ring and super-shiny, Cher-inspired hair.
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Bella Hadid went full-on etherial for the Christian Dior Bal Masqué in Paris. Her makeup artist, Sabrina Bedrani, explains how to create it: "I used gold shadow on her lids, and then lightly lined her lash lines with silver by blending outward and up toward the outer corner of her eyes. I added a little dab of shimmery gold to the inner corners of her eyes and along her bottom lash line to add some more glow."
Celebrity hair stylist Justine Marjan created Kerry Washington's voluminous, textured ponytail at Sundance. She explains: "I curled the pony in tiny sections, alternating directions with my curling iron. Then, I sprayed the pony with dry shampoo, lifted it up and backbrushed, and then pieced it out with the end of my rat-tail comb and sprayed with hairspray to finish."
On Kerry Washington: Ghd Curve Classic Curl Iron ($199).
Nicole Richie intensified her warm brown eyes with a natural, smoky bronze shadow in the the NBCUniversal Press Tour portrait studio in Pasadena.
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Mandy Moore looks positively angelic showing off a bolder brow and expertly sculpted skin at Elle's annual Women in Television celebration in L.A.
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Leighton Meester made a rare red carpet appearance at a party in Beverly Hills with a modern take on Old Hollywood glam.
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Makeup artist Vera Steimberg wanted to create a blank canvas on Saldana—a chic, simple "naked eye." She used concealer to “remove all the color” from the lid and repurposed a brow pencil for gel eyeliner. She used a very fine brush to apply a thin line along the lid.
Lily Collins did a little makeup color blocking with electric blue eyeliner and a bold red lip at the Haiti Rising Gala in Beverly Hills.
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Kendall and Kylie Jenner hit up the Golden Globes after-parties in L.A. with very similar beauty looks. The one difference? Kendall's lips look decidedly bigger and Kylie took hers down a notch. Either way, the pinky nude gloss is on point.
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Hailey Baldwin wore the coolest messy topknot and gold eye shadow as she posed on the red carpet before the 10th Anniversary at Red Studios event in L.A.
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Olivia Culpo took to the red carpet before the second annual Moët Moment Film Festival with a slicked-back pony braided on each side. We're thinking it's the perfect second-day hair to disguise grease and still look chic.
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Kendall Jenner attended a Lakers game in L.A. and stuck to a similar theme: She threw her hair up into a messy topknot and topped the look off with gel and an extra-hold hairspray.
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Sienna Miller posed, blond hair gleaming, at a Live by Night discussion in New York City. Though the temperatures have dropped, her color is still as sunny as ever.
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Adriana Lima attends a Brooklyn Nets game looking every bit as gorgeous and modelesque as she did on the Victoria's Secret runway. We can't stop staring at her perfectly plump pout, though…
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Olivia Culpo stunned, as per usual, on the Jingle Ball red carpet at Madison Square Garden with a slicked-back pony and bronze lids.
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Ashley Graham went full-on sultry glam with an exaggerated cat eye and lashes for days while posing before the America's Next Top Model premiere party.
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Olivia Munn brought out the holiday-themed big guns with a bold red lip at the premiere of Office Christmas Party in Westwood. Her makeup artist, Patrick Ta, explains: "I wanted to give it a Hollywood feel without looking too overdone." (FYI: She used Matrix Style Link Big Queen Volumizing Blowout Cream, $20, for that piece-y 'do.)
On Olivia Munn: Lorac Alter Ego Lipstick in Pin Up ($17).
Sarah Tanno for Marc Jacobs Beauty worked with Lady Gaga on her (many) looks for the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in Paris. She gushes, "Gaga's skin was milky and alabaster, her eyes were big and bright, and her classic red pout at the beginning of the night really stole the show."
Gigi Hadid attended the Fashion Awards in London where she accepted the Model of the Year award. Before she hit the red carpet, she coordinated her icy blue-gray jumpsuit with a matching shadow along the inner corners of her eyes.
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Naomi Campbell brought the supermodel glamour she's known for on the red carpet at the Fashion Awards in London. She showed off impossibly glowing skin with a fresh, fluttery pink eye look.
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Sarah Potempa, the hairstylist at the Victoria's Secret show in Paris explains, "Use The Beachwaver Co. Beachwaver S1 ($129) and clamp near the ends of your hair, leaving about one inch out at the ends. Then, press the arrow away from your face. The curling iron does all the work for you by rotating in both directions. Continue to curl up in large 2-inch sections as you move your way up."
On Gigi Hadid: The Beachwaver Co. Beachwaver S1 ($129).
Janelle Monáe attended the Gotham Independent Film Awards in New York City in the most gorgeous fluorescent pink lip we've ever seen. Swoon.
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Jennifer Lopez is known for her absolutely flawless skin. How does she keep it in tip-top shape? Her makeup artist, Mary Phillips, swipes brightening peel pads across her face, neck, and décolleté. Then, Phillips mixed a few different shades of foundation for "the most realistic effect for sexy, healthy 3D skin. Skin in its natural state is never just one full shade."
Margot Robbie gave us pink cheeks, rosy lips, and a subtle cat eye at the same NYC event.
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Olivia Culpo showed up in a high braid with a gorgeous slick-back at the Blue Jeans Go Green denim recycling program celebration in New York City.
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Kate Bosworth killed the neutral, effortless-looking makeup game at the launch of Idole de Christofle at Bergdorf Goodman.
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Irina Shayk gave us serious pout envy at the 20 years of Intimissimi event in Madrid. To naturally plump your lips, try a serum with hyaluronic acid, Inca inchi oil, and sesame.
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Zoë Kravitz brought it at the premiere of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Her makeup artist, Renee Garnes, dusted the apples of her cheeks with blush and topped it off with a glowy finishing powder to bring light and shimmer to the high points of her cheeks, nose, chin, and forehead.
Cara Delevingne aptly channeled Old Hollywood glamour for the Glamour Women of the Year Awards. She chose a bombshell red lip and loose finger waves to bring the look home.
Similar Product: Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Moisturizing Lipstick in Red Door Red ($25).
Christina Hendricks also went for a red lip while doing press for Bad Santa 2—only this one has a velvety matte finish courtesy of her makeup artist, Quinn Murphy.
On Christina Hendricks: Sacha Intense Matte Lipstick in Red Light District ($12).
Ashley Graham worked the red carpet at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in Hollywood with a voluminous slick-back and super-long lashes.
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Celebrity makeup artist Robert Sesnek worked with Hailey Baldwin for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards in NYC. To achieve the model’s subtle yet luminous makeup look, Sesnek used super-moisturizing skincare to prep the skin and then sheer foundation, creamy concealer, and volumizing mascara.
Chrissy Teigen wore neutral, earthy tones at the Hamilton Behind the Camera Awards in L.A. Our favorite was the mocha-nude gloss to match her cheeks.
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Emily Ratajkowski does no-makeup makeup better than most. At the Breeders’ Cup World Championships in Arcadia, she subtly defined her eyes and cheekbones as to look polished but still totally natural.
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We never thought maroon eye shadow and a red lip could look so cool. Celebrity makeup artist Molly R. Stern layered the shadow for a fully customized look at the Hollywood Film Awards in L.A.
On Lily Collins: Lancôme Color Design Eyeshadow in Fashion Label and Ruby Velvet ($20 each).
Celebrity hairstylist Laura Polko created Lea Michele’s sleek braided bun for the amfAR gala by brushing her hair into a low ponytail, braiding the ends, and securing with a Scunci Polyband.
On Lea Michele: Scunci Hair Polybands ($3).
Rosie has never let us down with her beauty look… ever. For the LACMA Art + Film Gala in L.A., the model showed off a deep berry lip with a bit of sheen.
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With a subtle but still sexy smoky eye, Cara Santana highlighted her gorgeous honey-brown peepers at the amfAR gala in L.A.
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Emma Stone showed off a matching peach lip and cheek at the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund show. It’s the perfect trick to keep your makeup looking fresh and on trend.
Olivia Culpo’s entire look at the InStyle Awards in L.A. was so flawless we had a hard time choosing one thing to top the list. Naturally, we’re in awe of her classic red lip.
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Vincent Oquendo collaborated with Bella to really play up her eyes and get creative for Dior’s Art of Color party. He explains, “I used the dark blue Diorshow Khôl Stick for both the shape and the color in her eye look, applying all around her eyes with a heavy line on the top lid, and then used the black Khôl stick on just the lash line, smudging it in—almost undetectable, but it made her lashes look fuller.”
Priyanka Chopra attended the InStyle Awards in L.A. in jewel tones from top to bottom. Celebrity makeup artist Pati Dubroff mused: “I wanted her look to be deep and vampy, with hints of teal and a bold lip.”
Tresemmé celebrity stylist John D. styled Teresa Palmer’s ’do for the screening of Hacksaw Ridge in Beverly Hills. To keep it looking cool and effortless, he “opted for smooth, shiny hair with a deep center part, pulled into low, loose ponytail.”
>“Kristen is always one for a bold beauty look,” her makeup artist, Beau Nelson, explained. “We really went for it.” Get her striking draping effect from the New York Film Festival (and pay homage to Bowie at the same time) with a pink blush on your temples and cheekbones.
>On Kristen Stewart: Chanel Powder Blush in Hyperfresh ($45).
>Elizabeth Olsen hit up the Kenzo x H&M runway show with a totally Olsen-esque ’do. Just like her sisters, she went with a pared-back bedhead vibe that we’re consistently obsessed with.
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>Ciara is Revlon’s new brand ambassador, but just because she’s focusing on makeup doesn’t mean she’s lacking in the hair department. Her insanely long, perfectly messy curls cascaded down her back as she performed in NYC.
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Celebrity makeup artist Fabiola played up Biel’s eyes and dewy skin for an elegant yet effortless look at the Book of Love premiere in New Orleans. “I smudged the liner on her eyelids, keeping it close to the lash line to create a nice dark and smoky base,” she explained.
>On Jessica Biel: Physicians Formula Argan Wear Ultra-Nourishing Argan Oil Kohl Kajal Eyeliner ($8).
>Kate Hudson went dewy, glowy, and pink at a Tiffany & Co. party in Beverly Hills.
>Similar Product: Nars Blush in Orgasm ($30).
Kristen Stewart always stuns, but how incredible does she look with a big, toothy smile? She rocked her usual textured hair and kohl-lined eyes at the New York Film Festival, only this time, we couldn’t stop staring at her nude lip color and pearly whites.
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Another day, another devastatingly gorgeous beauty look on Lupita Nyong’o. She is consistently slaying the game! Her creamy, teal eyeliner at a screening of Queen of Katwe is our current obsession.
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Olivia Culpo fluttered her wildly long, thick lashes down the red carpet at the LaPalme fall issue party in Paris.
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Miranda Kerr opted for a sleek, side-parted chignon at the Louis Vuitton show in Paris. When in Paris, right?
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Kim is always keeping us on our toes. Just when we thought we knew what to expect (flawless glam, a sculpted contour, lots of lashes), she showed up at the Balenciaga runway show in her most shocking look yet—completely makeup free.
Jessica Alba went ’50s Americana at the Valentino show during Paris Fashion week thanks to her longtime makeup artist and Honest Beauty color consultant, Daniel Martin. Martin explains, “To get Jessica’s dark, exaggerated lashes, allow the primer to set for five to 10 minutes (until the white disappears) before applying a few coats of the mascara.”
Gigi Hadid posed backstage before the Giambattista Valli show in Paris with clean, matte makeup and a velvety red lip.
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Emily Blunt showed off her new blond ’do and piecey bob at the New York premiere of her latest film, The Girl on the Train. Her stylist, Ashley Streicher, explains how to re-create the look: “Once the hair was dry, I used a dry texture spray at the roots only so ends stayed shiny and separated.”
On Emily Blunt: StriVectin Hair Max Volume Bodifying Radiance Serum ($35).
Celebrity stylist Ted Gibson achieved Moore’s ’70s, French-girl curls by applying Starring’s Beautifullest Powerball Styler from midlength to her ends before blow-drying. Then he used a 1.25-inch curling iron all over her head and finished with hair spray to hold it in place.
On Mandy Moore: Starring’s Beautifullest Powerball Styler ($62).
How does she do it? Kate Bosworth has the most glowing skin we’ve ever seen. She showed off her porcelain complexion at a rooftop dinner in L.A.
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Jourdan Dunn and her cheekbones attended the Fenty x Puma by Rihanna show in Paris, and we can’t get over that contour. The highlight is popping, her face is sculpted, and we’re officially jealous.
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Kendall Jenner rocked a great red lip (and, subsequently, the vote) at MTV’s Total Registration Live in Times Square.
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Barbara Palvin hit up the opening of the first L’Oréal Paris store in Paris with some of the best, brightest baking we’ve seen yet.
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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley showed off impossibly glossy, straight locks at the Nirav Modi dinner in London. The only thing we’re more excited about than re-creating her ’do is trying her red-shadow smoky eye on for size.
Celebrity makeup artist Nick Barose applied a purple eye and glossy, fuchsia lip to match the actress’s gorgeous dress at the premiere of Queen of Katwe in L.A.
On Lupita Nyong’o: Lancôme Color Design 5 Pan Eyeshadow Palette in Mauve Chérie ($50) and L’Absolu Rouge in Rose Lancôme ($31).
Makeup artist Peter Philips created this punky, glittery look on Gigi Hadid for the Fendi runway. “You smoosh the glitter on, clean up the edges with clear tape, and finish by pressing a tissue over the mouth,” Philips explained to Allure. Unfortunately, though, he wouldn’t dish on the actual product they used. Luckily for us, we know of a similar lip kit.
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Emily Blunt’s brand new baby-blond highlights and romantic updo at the premiere of The Girl on the Train in London have us scheduling our next salon appointment ASAP.
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Celebrity hairstylist Gregory Russell styled Chloë Grace Moretz’s hair for the Coach runway show in NYC, and it was everything we’ve ever wanted and more. Starting with damp hair, Russell used a pump of Kevin Murphy Killer Curls from ends to mid-strand, and then he applied a volumizing spray before diffusing her curls.
Celebrity hairstylist and R+Co co-founder, Garren, created this rocker, rough texture on Gigi Hadid backstage before the Anna Sui show. To create that body, texture, and movement, he prepped the hair with texturizing shampoo and thickening spray.
At the Toronto Film Festival, Michelle Williams went with a natural, healthy, glowing beauty look. Her makeup artist, Angela Levin kept the look elegant, modern, and clean with a dusting of foundation, powder blush, and volumizing mascara.
On Michelle Williams: Chanel Le Teint Ultra Tenue Ultrawear Flawless Foundation ($60), Joues Contraste Powder Blush in Rouge Profond ($45), and Le Volume de Chanel Waterproof Mascara in Noir ($32).
“The beauty inspiration is a surfer, beach girl. It's that look and natural color that someone gets if their skin has been kissed by the sun,” Diane Kendal for Nars told us backstage before the Alexander Wang show in NYC. She used sheer foundation and a high-impact matte highlighter on the face and cheeks and applied concealer to the lips to keep them nude.
Makeup artist Flynn Marie adorned the model in an ultra-vibrant purple eye, paired down with a soft orange cheek to bring the classic smoky eye a fresh twist at V Magazine’s issue launch party in NYC.
Bella Hadid stunned in pink lips and sparkly diamonds at the GQ Men Of The Year Awards in London.
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Celebrity makeup artist Kate lee created a soft, smoky, romantic look to contrast the futuristic look of Knightley's coat dress at the Chanel Fine Jewelry dinner in NYC.
On Keira Knightley: Chanel Stylo Yeux Waterproof LongLasting Eyeliner in Agapé ($33) and Illusion D'Ombre Velvet Long Wear Luminous Matte Eyeshadow in Rouge Contraste ($36).
Celebrity stylist Jennifer Yepez prepped Alba’s hair with leave-in conditioner from mid-shaft to ends, followed by a heat defense spray and volumizing spray to get that sexy sixties lift at the root at the Resurrection premiere in L.A.
On Jessica Alba: Honest Beauty Beyond Hydrated Moisture Milk Leave-in Conditioner ($20), Honestly Protected Heat Defense Spray ($24), and Honestly Uplifted Volumizing Spray ($24).
Seriously, this is what Jenna Dewan Tatum looks like leaving the gym. Get her natural, absolutely gorgeous look with just a hint of sheer gloss and a hair balm for that piece-y texture.
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Elle Fanning showed off her glossy, golden locks and huge blue eyes with simple, youthful, and rosy-cheeked look at the Just One Eye x Creatures of the Wind collaboration dinner in L.A.
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Hung Vanngo posted a few behind-the-scenes images of his magical makeup work on the Victoria's Secret Angels in Paris. This one truly stopped us in our tracks—how does he get Elsa Hosk's blue eyes to look so polarizing? Easy: gold shadow.
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In another awe-inducing shot, Josephine Skriver looks downright flawless on set of the new Victoria's Secret campaign. We're especially lusting after her perfectly sculpted cheekbones and bronzey, luminous skin.
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A frequent celeb on the top of our weekly list is Chanel Iman. The model knows a thing or two (or three or four) about showing off a sultry smoky eye in NYC.
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Diane Kruger attended the screening of Disorder in New York City in a neon lip shade we didn’t see coming. A lesson in how to pull off Barbie pink as an adult, the actress pulls it off flawlessly with a simple kohl-lined eye and huge diamond earrings.
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In another shocking turn of events, model and spawn of rock and roll royalty, Georgia May Jagger, dyed her hair fire engine red for the European premiere of Suicide Squad in London.
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Kim Kardashian eased on the contouring in favor of a petal pink blush at the #BlogHer16 Experts Among Us Conference in L.A.
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Cara Delevingne continued to absolutely slay with her most recent beauty look at the European premiere of Suicide Squad. This time, she opted for a soft, beachy wave—which is a far cry from the space buns and intricate styles Jen Atkin has crafted for her over the last week—but absolutely gorgeous just the same. As usual, her big, blue eyes were smoldering, and her brows were on point.
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Celebrity hairstylist Renato Campora created Margot Robbie’s stunning but oh-so-effortless ’do at the NYC premiere of Suicide Squad. This is the trick: Renato started the look by applying KMS California’s Add Volume Volumizing Spray and Free Shape Hot Flex Spray to her damp hair to create a voluminous base for the easygoing style.
Shay Mitchell worked with celebrity hairstylist Chris Appleton to create this textured topknot with gold adornments before the Teen Choice Awards in Inglewood, California. Appleton explains, “I took a two-inch-wide section at the nape of her head and braided up to the crown. Then, I took the rest of the hair into a ponytail and back-combed for more volume. After I twisted the hair into a top knot, I used Oribe Superfine Hair Spray to hold."
On Shay Mitchell: Oribe Superfine Hair Spray ($33).
Ever since designer and vintage curator Sami Miro and Selena Gomez teamed up on the Revival tour, Gomez has completely upped the ante on her beauty look as well. With thick, side-swept fringe and a dusty rose lip gloss, the pop star has us completely smitten.
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Jenna Dewan Tatum gave us glowing, sun-kissed skin and a red lip at the Target Cat & Jack brand launch in New York. Her makeup artist, Tyron Machhausen, explains the look: “I started prepping Jenna's skin with primer to create a perfect canvas and to fight the hot and humid New York evening. For the lips, I wanted to go with a matte to satin effect, and I mixed two shades of Chanel’s Rouge Allure Intense Long-Wear Lip Color ($37) to achieve the perfect hue.”
On Jenna Dewan Tatum: Hourglass Veil Mineral Primer ($19); Chanel Rouge Allure Intense Long-Wear Lip Color in Coromandel ($37) and Excentrique ($37).
Selena Gomez traded in her long, flowing curls in favor of straight, blunt strands and thick fringe in Singapore. We're obsessed!
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Cara Delevingne showed off awesome blue eyeliner at Comic-Con in San Diego. Celebrity makeup artist Molly R. Stern lined her eyes with a combination of Rimmel Magnif'eyes Double Ended Shadow and Liner and Scandaleyes Shadow Stick. To finish off, the smoked out her lower lash line with a taupe shadow.
On Cara Delevingne: Rimmel Magnif'eyes Double Ended Shadow and Liner in Dark Side of Blue ($7) and Scandaleyes Shadow Stick in Teasing Turquoise ($5).
Mila Kunis donned a weather-appropriate wet look at the premiere of Bad Moms in Westwood. Her stylist, Rento Campora, let us in on the trick to keeping it sleek: "Start with wet hair and apply Matrix's Style Link Minerals Airy Builder Mousse from root to tip. Next, blow-dry your hair, and flatiron it straight."
On Mila Kunis: Matrix Style Link Minerals Airy Builder Mousse ($18).
Rita Ora hit the streets of NYC in what we can only assume is the best, most smudge-proof liner (it's really hot outside) because that cat eye in absolutely flawless.
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Tresemmé celebrity stylist John D created Teresa Palmer's textured braid for the premiere of her movie Lights Out in Hollywood. He explained: "We opted to create a braided style that pulled the hair off of her face to keep things fresh and accentuate the neckline of the dress."
It seems literally impossible for Gigi Hadid to step outside her door without looking on point. Here, she sports cat-eye sunnies and a siren red lip in New York City.
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Chanel Iman shows off yet another great summertime braid at the Pepsi Exhibition in New York.
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Celebrity hairstylist Renato Campora styled Mila Kunis's hair into a faux bob for the Bad Moms New York premiere. Campora says, "Start by applying mousse, then blow-dry using a round brush. Using a curling iron, carefully curl each section. Next, braid the hair below your ears and pin the braids together so they lay flat against your head. This will create a cushion for you to pin your faux bob onto."
Olivia Munn arrived at the ESPY Awards with a 'do we're obsessed with. Celebrity hairstylist Chris Appleton explained exactly how he achieved all that texture: "I used a two-inch curling iron at the root of her hair but then switched to a three-inch iron at the ends in order to create a more natural, effortless look until all pieces were curled." He continued, "To finish off the look, I cocktailed the dry shampoo with mineral booster for a final touch."
Ciara worked her signature face-framing highlights and nude lip on the ESPYs red carpet in L.A.
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Chanel Iman, Hailey Baldwin, and Jamie Chung hung out at the Revolve Summer Splash party with hair and makeup perfect for the occasion. Our fave, however, was Iman's effortless half-up, half-down 'do with a gorgeous lift at the root.
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Kendall Jenner walked the runway at Fendi's 90th-anniversary fashion show at the Trevi Fountain with curls for days. While her usual texture is straight and silky, we can't get enough of her voluminous waves.
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Zoë Kravitz posed at the Vogue Paris Foundation Gala with an exaggerated cat eye only dreams are made of. Lloyd Simmonds, the creative director of makeup at YSL Beauty, was responsible for the gorgeous look. He explained, "To intensify her look, I combined Couture Mono Eyeshadow N°5 and Couture Kajal N°1. I used the Couture Eye Marker to define her eyes and the Couture Variation Palette in Tuxedo to finish the look." There you have it, folks. The chicest smoky eye to date.
Kelly Rowland has obviously perfected the art of the natural, exquisite-looking brow. The singer smiled for cameras with those wondrous arches on the step-and-repeat at Beautycon in L.A.
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Sienna Miller redefined heat-wave chic with a dewy no-makeup makeup look and a swooped side part at the Serpentine Summer Party in London. Is there anything more effortlessly beautiful than that? Plus, thanks to her barely there products, you won’t look like you’re melting by the end of the night.
Bella Hadid looked bold and beautiful as she walked down the Dior runway in Paris—adorned with an exaggerated cat eye to die for. Peter Philips, the creative and image director for Dior Makeup, created a bespoke graphic liner on the models, adapting each look to their specific eyes. Philips explained, “The challenge involved taking inspiration from the eye shape of about forty different models to apply black eyeliner on each of them in a unique and hyper-modern way, using the precision of the black Diorshow Pro Liner or Diorshow Art Pen, depending on the eye shape.”
On Bella Hadid: Dior Diorshow Pro Liner Waterproof in Pro Black ($32) and Diorshow Art Pen Intense Professional Felt-Tip Eyeliner in Catwalk Black ($32).
Working her usual mocha-colored shadow (in the crease to add definition) and almost nude pink balm, Zoë Kravitz looked like a goddess at the Valentino show in Paris.
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Olivia Palermo strutted down the street of Paris after attending the Elie Saab show with piece-y waves that could practically stop traffic.
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In true French-girl form, Jeanne Damas paired her wispy lashes with a red-stained pout in Paris.
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Chrissy Teigen showed off a braided part before her return to Spike’s Lip Sync Battle in North Hollywood—and we’re obsessed. It’s an easy (and quick) way to adorn your usual blowout. All you need a root lifting product to help the plait stay put.
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Lily Collins made magenta hair oh so chic with a side part and slight wave at a Sony party in Culver City.
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Kendall Jenner left the Givenchy show in Paris sporting a super-slick ’do. Though it’s a far cry from her usual au naturel look, the runway style is absolutely workin’ for her.
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Jessica Alba is a hair goddess—from the color to the style and, in this case especially, the amazing volume. The actress and businesswoman taught us all a lesson in working with the humidity (so it doesn’t work against you) with big, full curls at the premiere of Seoul Searching in L.A.
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Mastering the art of no-makeup makeup, Margot Robbie wore just a hint of blush and a pink gloss to match at the premiere of The Legend of Tarzan in Hollywood.
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Olivia Munn’s hairstylist, Laura Polko, kept the actress’s ’do “cool and easy” on the Saturn Awards red carpet in L.A. After prepping her hair with wave spray and leave-in conditioner, Polko created a deep side part and loosely French-braided Munn’s hair into a low, tight pony. To finish it off, she wrapped a gold cuff around the elastic for a chic final touch.
Kate Moss looked stunning with natural hair and makeup while celebrating Rimmel’s 15th anniversary in London. As usual, her bedhead hair had us swooning.
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Georgia May Jagger, spawn of rock and supermodel royalty, knows how to pull off a seductive pose. It’s in her genes! At the Refinery29 x Sunglass Hut event in New York, the model paired Kate Moss waves with Marianne Faithfull bangs in what can only be described as hair perfection.
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Shay Mitchell hit up the step-and-repeat at Sirius XM Studio in New York City in an absolutely stunning textured braid. In an interview with Cosmopolitan.com, she talked about how she doesn’t usually do an updo, but it was the perfect thing to get through a busy (read: sweaty) day of press interviews. Her long-time hairstylist, César DeLeon Ramirez, did a similar braid on Ciara, and Mitchell couldn’t help herself. Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, after all.
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Kendall Jenner took her freshly minted lob out for a spin on the town with brother-in-law Kanye West. The duo sat front row at Tyler, the Creator's fashion show in L.A. Their eyes were on the show, but we couldn't tear ours away from her perfectly styled new 'do. Kudos to Jen Atkin for her scissor wizardry.
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We've said it before, and we'll say it again: Kristen Stewart is killing it. The actress showed off some new roots, a whole lot of texture, and a gunmetal smoky eye at the Thirst Gala in Beverly Hills. Her hairstylist, Kylee Heath, explains, "Starting on damp hair, I applied Oscar Blandi Volumizing Spray to the roots and applied a small amount of Iles Formula Serum to the ends. Using a round brush, I blew out the crown section of hair. I then lightly dried the rest of the hair while scrunching it. I wanted to work with the natural texture a bit."
Every time we see a picture of Ratajkowski, it's like she's reinvented the phrase drop-dead gorgeous. Her side-parted mermaid hair, her glowy model skin, and a tiny bit of golden metallic shadow were all on display as she posed at the 2016 Women in Film event in L.A.
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Another day, another Elle Fanning look we can't wait to replicate. The recently graduated teen took the premiere of The Neon Demon by storm with a sleek topknot and otherworldly pink sparkles.
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Her big sis was there, too, and it seems glitter was the theme of the night. Dakota Fanning added icy blue sparkles to not just her eyes but her hair as well. That's it: We're officially coining this the summer of glittery parts.
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Inspired by Black Swan, celebrity hairstylist Justine Marjan styled Culpo’s hair in a braided bun for the CFDA Fashion Awards. It’s a chic ballet-inspired look we’re going to wear all summer long (outdoor wedding anyone?). All you have to do is use a wax around your hairline, comb it down smooth, and part your hair in the center. Next braid your ponytail, wrap it around the base, and pin to secure.
Elle Fanning donned a sleek blowout and—drumroll, please—quite possibly our favorite summer trend at the UK premiere of The Neon Demon. Like Fanning, you can match your lipstick to your blush for a fresh, youthful look that doesn’t take much time to achieve.
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Leave it to Bella Hadid to make super-dark, exaggerated smoky eyes look elegant. Of course, she did have expert help from makeup artist Peter Philips before the Dior show. Philips explains: “I used the deep bronze shade from the 5 Couleurs Palette Parisian Sky, which I applied as a color-block in a single sweep over the entire eyelid, from the lash root to the eyebrows. This extreme look was chosen to contrast with the Baroque beauty of the décor.”
On Bella Hadid: Dior 5 Couleurs Skyline Eyeshadow Palette in Parisian Sky ($62).
Kate Beckinsale showed up at a Dior dinner in London looking positively radiant. Her makeup artist, Adam Breuchaud, gave us the lowdown: “I first applied the Glow Maximizer to create a glowing effect on the skin, followed by Diorskin Star Foundation.”
Kiernan Shipka also wowed us at the Dior show, this time with some subtle strobing action to accompany her signature full brow.
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Alexa Chung mesmerized us with her gorgeous big eyes and low-key glossy lips at the Christian Dior cruise collection runway show.
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Across the pond, Kate Mara demonstrated an easy, chic way to pull off a braid on short hair. Naturally, we’re obsessed.
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Chanel Iman’s precise and exquisite winged liner has us practically singing from the rooftops. It’s feminine and subtle but still quite striking. Luckily, you don’t need an invite to the swanky Swarovski party in NYC to pull it off.
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On a carpet where the majority of celebs were sporting barely there makeup looks, Hailee Steinfeld kicked her beauty up a notch with purple and blue eye shadow paired with a candy-pink lip.
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For summer (and, honestly, any time of year), natural curls are the way to go. Show off the texture you were born with à la Winnie Harlow in NYC this week.
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Just a few days after declaring to the world that she’s officially gotten her pre-baby bod back, Kim Kardashian West slayed with a bit of non-touring and super-voluminous hair at the Vogue 100 Gala dinner in London.
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After announcing that she’s the new face of Swarovski’s #BeBrilliant campaign (I can’t pass up this opportunity to say, “Ladies, frost yourselves!”), Karlie Kloss showed up at Top of the Rock in a fiery red lipstick and, you guessed it, tons of sparkly accents.
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Taylor Swift highlights her piercing blue eyes with a rose gold shadow and a sultry stare at the BMI Pop Awards in Beverly Hills.
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Gigi Hadid hit the streets in NYC with slightly darker roots and a bold smoky eye before her interview on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. FYI: She ate a burger during the segment. That's our girl.
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Solange showed off her #blessed, bushy eyebrows at the launch of the Jean-Michel Basquiat for Etnia Barcelona Collection in Brooklyn. Great brows and great taste in art.
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Kendall Jenner has been raising the bar when it comes to ponytails. At the Chopard Party in Cannes, she debuted what has to be our favorite of the bunch—textured, high, and full of volume.
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Chloë Grace Moretz showed off more than just her adorable relationship with Brooklyn Beckham at the premiere of her new movie Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising in Westwood. She also made us swoon over her gorgeous, glowing complexion.
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Kim Kardashian West hit up Cannes with striking Cleopatra-inspired eyeliner and diamonds for days. Naturally.
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We’re head over heels for Kristen Stewart’s new platinum ’do, but at the Cafe Society photocall in Cannes, it was all about her kohl-lined eyes.
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Boy, if brows could kill, we’d all be dead after Zendaya's beauty look at a Humane Society gala in Hollywood. Precise, bold perfection.
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Blake Lively is always a vision—and it was no difference this week in the South of France. She stunned with face-framing textured tendrils and fresh, matte skin.
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As usual, Olivia Culpo doesn’t have a hair out of place. Her impossibly smooth strands look glossy and gorgeous on the streets of New York.
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Watch out, Cara Delevingne: Gigi Hadid is quickly becoming the reigning queen of the sick brow. She arched those beauties for all to see at her 21st-birthday celebration (one of many) in Las Vegas.
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Katy Perry did it up in a bold navy-blue cat eye and cat ears at her launch event with CoverGirl in NYC.
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In our humble opinion, Zendaya’s reverse smoky eye won her the top spot at the Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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To offset her ’90s-grunge Louis Vuitton ensemble, Gomez paired the frock with clean, simple makeup and a pretty ponytail.
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All we could see were cheekbones as the model made her way down the Time 100 Gala red carpet.
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She may be famous for a lot of things, but Kim Kardashian is an expert in the post-baby bod snapback. Toned and looking fiiiine, the reality star wore a teased ponytail and a low neckline for a friend’s wedding in Miami.
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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is a magical goddess. She is so exquisite-looking that it’s hard not to include her in every beauty roundup. This week, the model slicked back her usually tousled blond hair into a polished bun and paired it with a rose-colored lip.
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Out and about in NYC, Shay Mitchell stunned in big, thick lashes and a contour we’d do just about anything to replicate.
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Tinashe gave good face as she posed with Alexander Wang on Time’s red carpet. We’re especially coveting her bronzy smoky eye and winged liner.
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Zendaya and King attended Glamour’s Game Changers Lunch in West Hollywood in fresh takes on usually nighttime looks. Zendaya showed us how to rock a smoky eye during the day, and King flawlessly pulled off a dark berry pout.
KJ let us in on her hair secret when we spoke with her last month—she sleeps with her hair wet to get that really great bedhead-y texture—but we’re pretty sure Jen Atkin had a hand in this perfectly coiffed (yet still cool and effortless) style.
Culpo looked like an actual angel at brunch during Coachella. This time, we’re coveting her pretty pink flush.
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Emily Blunt showed off impossibly shiny hair thanks to her long-time hairstylist, Ashley Streicher, and rosy cheeks courtesy of celeb makeup artist Jenn Streicher at the premiere of her new movie, The Huntsman: Winter’s War, in Westwood.
On Emily Blunt: StriVectin Color Care Vibrancy Booster ($27); Dior DiorBlush Vibrant Colour Powder Blush in Lucky Pink ($43).
Emily Ratajkowski looked fresh-faced and highlighted to perfection at the Alice + Olivia See-Now-Buy-Now Runway Show in Hollywood.
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At the same event, Kardashian fluttered her famous lashes as she posed for pictures with a bronzed face and nude lips. Needless to say, she’s got it going on.
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Cara Delevingne reminded us all why she’s one of the most celebrated models in the world when she showed up to the MTV Movie Awards with a brown lip and brows to kill. Celebrity makeup artist Molly R. Stern wouldn’t have it any other way.
On Cara Delevingne: Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick in Stripped ($20).
Miranda Kerr knows how to stun, even in the airport. The model hopped off a flight in Tokyo with black sunnies and a pretty pink lip.
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Gigi Hadid is no stranger to a faux haircut, but this one certainly sent shock waves through the Internet. Makeup artist Sarah Tanno created “a nod to Donatella Versace’s signature black-rimmed eye—but with a twist of neon yellow that make it punkier,” to match her new blunt bangs.
On Gigi Hadid: Maybelline Eyestudio Color Tattoo Concentrated Crayon in Barely Beige ($6) and Eyestudio Color Tattoo Concentrated Crayon in Charcoal Chrome ($6).
Olivia Culpo certainly knows how to put together a gorgeous beauty look, as evidenced by this shot where her hair is perfectly slicked back and her almost-nude, muted-coral pout is matte and effortless.
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The singer showed off fluttery, impossibly long lashes at the AOL Build Series in New York.
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Kendall Jenner literally glowed as she made her way down the step-and-repeat to promote the Kylie + Kendall Collection at Chateau Marmont.
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Looking very model-off-duty chic, Prinsloo strolled around West Hollywood in sunnies and a messy bun that put our similar attempts to shame.
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Lauren Conrad takes a break from her signature beach waves in favor of a straight, parted updo on Amazon’s Style Code Live in New York City.
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Rihanna showed off her waist-high boots, enviable curves, and the perfect purple-brown lip on stage in Brooklyn during her Anti World Tour.
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Gigi Hadid posed with rosy cheeks and perfectly arched brows on a photo shoot in NYC.
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Jaime King slicked her hair back and posed with model Soo Joo Park—whose platinum hair with darker roots is right up our ally—at a Vogue and Fendi party in Beverly Hills.
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Jourdan Dunn strutted her stuff in a velvety red lip and a manicure to match on the streets of SoHo.
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The Maybelline spokeswoman showed up to present at The Daily Front Row’s Fashion Los Angeles Awards with a matte mocha lip and a wash of champagne color over her eyes. Her makeup artist, Patrick Ta, said, “I wanted to keep her looking borderline hippie but still sexy. Gigi loves a fresh, natural look that’s still glam at the same time. Applying too much makeup on her face is a crime!”
On Gigi Hadid: Maybelline Eyestudio Lasting Drama Waterproof Gel Pencil in Soft Nude ($7), The Blushed Nudes Palette ($10), Color Sensational Lip Liner in Toast ($5), and Color Sensational Vivid Matte Liquid in Nude Thrill ($7).
The third Olsen sister showed off our favorite new makeup technique—striping—at the premiere of I Saw the Light in Hollywood. Rather than contouring, Olsen applied bronzer to give her face natural-looking definition by darkening from cheekbone to cheekbone in a straight line. The best part? The fresh take on sculpting can be done in 60 seconds rather than an entire 45-minute contouring endeavor. For a step-by-step tutorial, check out our easy guide to striping.
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Gal Gadot—aka Wonder Woman—looked like a golden goddess as she walked the red carpet at the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice premiere in New York City. Her makeup artist, Matin Maulawizada, layered different bronze and gold colors in cream then powder, going from lighter to darker from the inner to outer eye to create “luminous skin and gradations of bronze and gold” on the eye.
The model turned actress showed off her gorgeous baby blues (courtesy of a shimmering rose-gold shadow) at the Jonathan Yeo Portraits exhibition opening in Denmark. If you’re a blue-eyed gal as well, opt for golden hues as well as terra-cotta, purple, and orange to highlight them, à la Delevingne.
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Talk about to-die-for brows. Olivia Culpo put her well-sculpted eyebrows on full display at The Daily Front Row’s Fashion Los Angeles Awards in West Hollywood. Look for a three-in-one pen that boasts magical results to keep your own brows looking just as fabulous.
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Ah, Rosie. Not a day goes by that this gorgeous woman doesn’t absolutely stun. This time, we’re going crazy over her artfully applied cat eye. Luckily, a new product just launched that makes re-creating the perfect flick a total cinch.
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Lea Michele went for a razor-sharp contour and illuminating highlight at the 33rd annual PaleyFest.
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