May has Cannes, but on this side of the summer season, it's all about the Venice Film Festival. And though we'll leave the film reviews to the esteemed jury, we're happy to deliver a verdict on the beauty looks that have graced the red carpet thus far: so far, SO good. A-listers from Suki Waterhouse to Alicia Vikander to Amy Adams have stepped out looking their very best—not that we're ever surprised.
And the best part: The fest is only just underway. Keep checking back as we count down our very favorite looks—and as always, the deets on how to get them.
The actress smoldered with a side-parted 'do and dramatically defined eyes. To create those loose yet defined waves, hairstylist Johnnie Sapong used a medium-barreled curling iron before spritzing the curls in place with Leonor Greyl's Laque Souple ($36).
Portman's kohl-rimmed eyes give this classic look some extra oomph.
At another red carpet, Depp kept her look simple but chic with a loose updo and winged liner.
Vikander played off her shimmering gown with her beauty look, from her luminescent cheekbones to her sparkling hair brooch. Get her radiant finish with RMS Beauty's Living Luminizer ($38).
Adams looked every bit the Old Hollywood bombshell with those Veronica Lake waves.
Fanning's cute half-pony and neutral makeup perfectly juxtaposed her bold gown.
Stone also opted for a classic look. "I wanted it to feel very dreamy and soft," says makeup artist Rachel Goodwin, who began by prepping the actress's skin with Chanel's La Solution 10 Sensitive Skin Cream ($80). Goodwin used the brand's Les Beiges Healthy Glow Sheer Colour Stick ($45) in No. 22 to add a pop of color to the actress's cheeks and finished the look off with a swipe of Chanel Rouge Coco Stylo Complete Care Lipshine ($37) in Lettre.
Watts was positively glowing at a tribute ceremony to husband Liev Schreiber.
We're loving Waterhouse's rust-tinged eye makeup look. Try it on yourself with the help of Tarte's Tartelette in Bloom Clay Eyeshadow Palette ($45).
Which look is your favorite? Sound off in the comments below.