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 divine or Zoë Kravitz's highlighter shining, just head over here, and we'll break down the look. Need to know what eyeliner Issa Rae 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.
While Georgia May Jagger is no stranger to switching up her hair color, this just might be our favorite. This week, she made a stop at Bleach London, and Bleach's co-founder, Alex Brownsell, turned her naturally blonde hair into this magenta convection. A few days later, she showed up at the British Fashion Awards with a matching Mulberry pink suit.
On Georgia May Jagger: Bleach London Super Cool Colours in The Big Pink ($27)
Celebrity makeup artist Vincent Oquendo created this warm, mauvy look for Tessa Thompson in Brazil ahead of a press event. To get the lip looking exactly as he wanted, he used two products layered together (a powder lipstick and then a gloss).
On Tessa Thompson: Shiseido Modern Matte Powder Lipstick in Disrobed ($26) and Crystal Gel Gloss ($22)
Celebrity hairstylist Lacy Redway gave Emmy Rossum these super-volume curls this week for a press event. She used a tiny-barrel curling iron and the rest is curly hair history.
Similar Product: Hot Tools 24K Gold Curling Iron in 3/4 inch ($50)
Celebrity makeup artist Patrick Ta posted up with Shay Mitchell to offer up some of the most divine, holographic, '90s-inspired glam we've seen in a long time—at 6 a.m. no less. We're especially lusting after her brownish-mauve lip, complete with a glossy finish and sophisticated grunge vibe.
Similar Product: Nyx Lipstick in Milk Chocolate Brown ($6)
Mai Quynh, the celebrity makeup artist who's responsible for all of Chloë Grace Moretz's recent epic makeup looks, created this sultry smoky eye for an award show this week.
On Chloë Grace Moretz: Tom Ford Eyeshadow Quad in Photosynthesex ($88)
Bryce Scarlett, Moroccanoil and Margot Robbie's long-time stylist, created this lived-in half-up, half-down look with tons of lift at the root and texture spray.
On Margot Robbie: Moroccanoil Dry Texture Spray ($28)
Celebrity makeup artist Nick Barose created Lupita Nyong'o's look for the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in New York City. He said of the inspiration, "We wanted to create a classic, old-Hollywood look in the fashion of iconic stars like Dorothy Dandridge, Lena Horne, and Billie Holiday. So we went with creamy red lips and flirty lashes." He continues, "To make her lashes extra glamorous, I first added fullness by applying [Lashify's DIY Luxury Lash Extension System] in the center of her top lashline. Then, to extend the length and create a doe-like shape, I used [longer ones] on just the outer corners of her eyes."
On Lupita Nyong'o: LashifyB10 Gossamers ($20) and B12 Gossamers ($20)
Celebrity makeup artist Vincent Oquendo worked with Tessa Thompson before a press event this week in Philadelphia. Her look, a vinyl red lip and kohl-lined eye, is exactly what we've been craving ahead of the holiday season.
Similar Product: Dior Addict Lacquer Plump in D-Mesure ($37)
Emily Ratajkowski showed off her enviable glow yet again this week, courtesy of celebrity makeup artist Hung Vanngo and his glow-inducing products. This time around, she poses in a sunny, peachy-coral palette, with matching blush, lids, and lips.
Similar Product: Glossier Cloud Paint in Dawn ($18)
Celeb makeup artist Mai Quynh painted Chloë Grace Moretz's face with exclusively Pat McGrath Labs products (chic) and turned out one of the most opulent makeup looks to date. "I wanted to keep the focus on the mouth by giving Chloë a very dark lip paired with bright eyes," Quynh said of her process.
On Chloë Grace Moretz: Pat McGrath Labs MatteTrance Lipstick in Deep Void ($38)
Celebrity makeup artist Kate Lee used Chanel products to make Emilia Clarke glow ahead of an event. Clarke even took to her Instagram to sing their praises, as she was really ill on that particular day—not that you'd ever be able to tell. Her piercing blue eyes, lined with a soft brown and dusted with gold, have never looked more awe-inspiring.
Similar Product: Chanel Ombre Première Longwear Powder Eyeshadow in Poudre d'Or ($30)
Kiernan Shipka wears makeup and chic hairstyles like the dream A-lister we've always wanted to be—and she's only 18. This week, she graced our Instagram feeds in the perfect poppy orange-red lipstick and petal-pink eyelids, courtesy of celebrity makeup artist Quinn Murphy.
On Kiernan Shipka: Nars Velvet Matte Lipstick Pencil in Red Square ($27)
Celebrity makeup artist Mai Quynh used just two products, layered together, to create Alison Brie's warm, pink glow ahead of a press event.
On Alison Brie: Jill Stuart Beauty Jelly Eye Color in 03 and 01 ($20)
Emily Ratajkowski is known for gorgeous lips and, this week, for the color her makeup artist, Hung Vanngo, applied to them. It's a gorgeous, Popsicle-stained tangerine color from Marc Jacobs Beauty, but we noticed it's almost identical to Nyx's $6 version. Behold, the power of a dupe.
Similar Product: Nyx Matte Lipstick in Pure Red ($6)
Quynh also created this stunning, classic look for Stephanie Shepherd, sculpting her face to feature her awe-inspiring bone structure, applying a nude lip, and drawing on a perfectly precise liner.
Similar Product: Maybelline Eyestudio Master Precise Skinny Gel Pencil ($8)
Celebrity makeup artist Nina Park created Amandla Stenberg's simple but alluring cat-eye look for the celebration of her Time magazine cover.
On Amandla Stenberg: Pat McGrath Labs Permagel Ultra Glide Eye Pencil in Xtreme Black ($25)
Nikki Wolff, or @nikki_makeup as you may know her on Instagram, crafted this awe-inspiring, glowy look on Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. Her bone structure is off the charts, and that highlight…
On Rosie Huntington-Whiteley: Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Highlighter ($38)
Hari Nef offered up some on-point, piecey hair texture with a covetable swoop to one side, and we're still reeling. The almost-wet, natural-looking waves are our fall inspiration.
Similar product: IGK Rich Kid Coconut Oil Gel ($29)
Katie Jane Hughes, one of our favorite makeup wizards, created this look on Ashley Graham—a pop of electric pink along the inside of her lid and thick cat-eye liner. Except, it wasn't eye shadow at all. She used an $11 lip powder to do it.
On Ashley Graham: Revlon Electric Shock Lip Powder in Shock Therapy ($11)
Makeup artist Vincent Oquendo was inspired by Schiaparelli & the Artists for this look on Sasha Lane, making the actress "feel like art," as she wrote on her Instagram.
Similar Product: Too Faced Sketch Marker Liquid Art Eyeliner in Pure White ($20)
Oquendo also worked with Chloë Grace Moretz this week, creating this perfect-for-fall, smoldering maroon smoky eye and stained lip.
Similar Product: MAC Eyeshadow Palette in Burgundy Times Nine ($32)
Before the end of Paris Fashion Week, Laura Harrier turned out this incredible Cleopatra-inspired liner look for the Louis Vuitton runway show. Hung Vanngo, her makeup artist, experimented using three different eyeliners with varying thickness to get it exactly right.
On Laura Harrier: Marc Jacobs Beauty Fineliner Ultra-Skinny Gel Eye Crayon Eyeliner in Blacquer ($24), Highliner Gel Eye Crayon Eyeliner in Blacquer ($25), Magic Marc'er Precision Pen Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner in Blacquer ($30)
Celebrity makeup artist Nikki Wolff worked with Shay Mitchell ahead of the Louis Vuitton show, creating a glowy, bronzy canvas that offered more restraint than Mitchell's usual go-to (she's known for her electric eye shadow and smoky liner). Needless to say, it's stunning.
Similar Product: Morphe 9B Bronzed Babe Eyeshadow Palette ($12)
Celebrity makeup artist Bob Scott showed off his genius with this splatter-paint eye shadow look on Amandla Stenberg in Milan. He coined the look "the virtues of pink and green," and we can't help but dream about re-creating it.
Similar Product: Sephora Collection Pro Editorial Palette ($68)
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley looks like a vision no matter what she does with her hair and makeup. That's a fact. But celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin broke out some good old-fashioned Velcro rollers to create RHW's most recent look for Paris Fashion Week, and we couldn't be more into it.
On Rosie Huntington-Whiteley: Conair Mega Self Holding Rollers ($9)
Lacy Redway styled Amandla Stenberg's glorious tresses this week, showing off her glorious curl pattern and natural volume.
Similar Product: DevaCurl Styling Cream Touchable Curl Definer($26)
Bella Hadid is always a fixture during fashion month, walking in various shows and serving looks at VIP after-parties. This time, celebrity makeup artist Hung Vanngo turned it out, giving her a super-exaggerated, glittery, smoked-out cat eye in Paris.
Similar Product: Marc Jacobs Beauty See-quins Glam Glitter Eyeshadow ($28)
Celebrity makeup artist Vincent Oquendo created this otherworldly look on Riverdale's Madelaine Petsch, mixing together a few shades of blue for depth and definition.
Similar Product: Yves Saint Laurent Vinyl Couture Mascara in I'm The Trouble ($29)
Hung Vanngo worked with Joan Smalls to create this awe-inspiring look—complete a deep purple, exaggerated cat-eye, and skin that will glow for days. Then, to complement her eyes, Vanngo applied a sheer, golden-shimmer lip gloss.
Similar product: Marc Jacobs Beauty Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette in Frivoluxe ($49)
Celebrity makeup artist Bob Scott went with purple as well, painting the lids of Karrueche Tran with a brilliant violet and leaving her skin fresh and dewy.
Similar Product: Huda Beauty Precious Stones Collection Obsessions Eyeshadow Palette in Amethyst ($27)
Celebrity hairstylist Lacy Redway worked with Natalia Dyer ahead of the Emmys, creating a covetable piecey shag to complement her minimal makeup and laid-back vibe.
Similar Product: IGK Rich Kid Coconut Oil Gel ($29)
Celebrity makeup artist Justine Marjan worked with Ashley Graham to create this adorable half-up ponytail, one of her signature looks. She used an extended-hold hair spray to keep it in place and a curling wand to create waves and texture.
On Ashley Graham: Tresemmé Compressed Micro Mist Hairspray in Extend Hold ($7)
For the premiere of A Star Is Born, celebrity makeup artist Sarah Tanno kept Lady Gaga's makeup soft, painting on a pink smoky eye and soft pink lips.
On Lady Gaga: Marc Jacobs Beauty Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette in Fantascene($49)
Shay Mitchell always looks out-of-this-world gorgeous. This time, we had to physically pick our jaws up from the floor. Here, she wears an exaggerated pink cat eye and tons of highlighter à la celebrity makeup artist Patrick Ta.
Similar Product: Nyx Vivid Brights Crème Color in Love Overdose ($7)
Zendaya stepped off a photo shoot and went straight to her bed—just in time to take a selfie of her glowing, bronzy makeup.
Similar Product: Estée Lauder Bronze Goddess Goddess Glow Eyeshadow Palette ($39)
Selena Gomez has been laying low recently, save for posting a few of these gorgeous selfies on her Instagram. She's wearing almost no makeup and has her natural curls out, save for a pink lip balm and summertime tan.
Similar Product: Dior Lip Glow ($34)
Makeup artist Hung Vanngo created this look for Bella, forgoing foundation altogether to keep her skin fresh and her freckles showing. He did, however, touch up with just a bit of concealer under her eyes and around her nose.
Similar Product: Dior Diorskin Forever Undercover Concealer ($34)
Vanngo also worked with EmRata, lining her lids with a classic cat eye to complement her auburn wig.
Similar Product: Clinique Quickliner for Eyes ($18)
Vanessa Hudgens has been keeping us on our toes lately, swapping out her sleek lob for a longer, shoulder-length blowout. This time around, it's shiny, bouncy, and inspired by Sporty Spice.
Similar Product: Oribe Straight Away Smoothing Blowout Cream ($44)
Celebrity makeup artist Hung Vanngo did it yet again, imparting his signature glossy glow on another Hollywood A-lister. This time, he worked with Rose Byrne ahead of the premiere for her newest film, Juliet, Naked, and created a peachy eye and shining, fresh-looking skin.
Similar Product: Marc Jacobs Beauty Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette in Fantascene ($49)
"The dress that Laura wore was so delicate but deconstructed," celebrity makeup artist Nina Park said of her inspiration for Laura Harrier's look for the BlackkKlansman premiere in L.A. "I wanted to anchor the look with a bold lip (but not one that was too overpowering). I used this stain and made sure to blot and blur the edges out with Q-tips for a more 'lived-in' feel."
On Laura Harrier: Yves Saint Laurent Tatouage Couture Liquid Matte Lip Stain in Black Red Code ($37)
Celebrity makeup artist Emily Cheng created Yara Shahidi's look for a Hollywood Reporter party (Shahidi was on the cover). "I wanted to keep the pop of color for the lips, so I used the same color on the eyes and cheeks to tie the look together." For the lip, the focal point of the look, Cheng applied the color with her fingers and pressed it in like a stain.
On Yara Shahidi: Bobbi Brown Crushed Lip Color in Lilac ($29)
Hung Vanngo created this look for Lily Aldridge with the intention of keeping her skin summery-looking and really glowy. To do that, he used a gel highlighter on her cheeks, Cupid's bow, and chest.
On Lily Aldridge: Marc Jacobs Beauty Dew Drops Coconut Gel Highlighter ($44)