Emma Roberts may have played villainous characters in some of her more memorable roles (American Horror Story and Scream), but in real life the actress embodies the perfect mix of pretty yet polished, and sassy yet sultry. We've long been fans of the star's look, so today, in honor of her 24th birthday, we rounded up her 10 best beauty moments ever. Keep scrolling for some killer beauty inspiration courtesy of the birthday girl!
To complement a metallic dress and earrings, the actress went for smoke-show vibes, with gunmetal gray liner, an alluring cat eye, and a piece-y sideswept ‘do.
Channeling Twiggy like nobody’s business, Roberts paired a retro Valentino shift dress with slicked-back and deep-side-parted hair, peach lips, and plum-colored eyeliner on her lower lash line.
Ever a fan of the deep side part, Roberts wore her go-to hair style—this time in a straight, clean finish of the Gwyneth variety.
We love the simple but still show-stealing makeup Roberts debuted for the Los Angeles premiere of Palo Alto: Glittery-gold shadow, spider-y black lashes, and a texturized side part, pulled back.
Roberts went for a pretty daytime look for a TV appearance on Extra, with glowing skin, her lob styled into loose, tousled waves, and a pop of pink on her lips.
One of our all-time favorites, Roberts's 2014 Golden Globes look featured a smooth and sleek low pony, an understated pink-nude lip, and a classic smoky eye.
For a film festival event in Hawaii, Roberts opted for a punchy strawberry-meets-watermelon shade of lipstick that matched her dress to a T.
In a vampy departure from her usual look, Roberts coordinated a glossy crimson lip with a sleek side part and pretty, minimal eye makeup.
To show off her geometric cut-out neckline, Roberts smartly swept hair back with a deep voluminous side-part in front. A glint of metallic shadow picked up the sequin strap of her dress.
For an American Horror Story related event, Roberts looked like a modern Hollywood bombshell, with deconstructed Veronica Lake waves, smoky bronze shadow, and a thick coat of black mascara. White shadow in the corners of her eyes coordinated perfectly with her white dress.
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