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No style was more covetable than Jessica’s loosely curled half-updo at the Academy Awards. To complete the flirtatious look, Mark makeup artist Mai Quynh applied gold and copper shadows from the line’s On the Dot Neutral Eye Color Compact, then added winged-out liner with Keep It Going Longwear Eyeliner & Shadow.
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To complement her high-drama Lanvin gown at the Golden Globes, Chanel makeup artist Rachel Goodwin gave the Revlon Technicolor eyes with Revlon’s 16 Hour Eye Shadow quad in Precious, then lined with Chanel Intense Eye Pencil in Noir. She finished with Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butter in Lollipop. Hairstylist Mara Roszak gave her a pinned-back chignon with long, side-swept bangs, keeping it all in place with Biolage Freeze Fix hair spray.
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CoverGirl spokeswoman stunned at the SAGs in a soft and pretty look by Kayleen McAdams using the line’s products, including Eye Enhancers 1-Kit Shadows in Forever Fig and Brown Smolder, and LipPerfection Lipcolor in Eternal. A low ponytail with height at the crown lent the same note of relaxed sophistication to her style.
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Flawless skin and a bombshell ponytail complemented kicky Zuhair Murad mini at the Grammys. Because her updo had plenty going on (between the teased pouf and cascade of curls), all she needed for her makeup to make an impact was thick lashes and rosy cheeks.
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Since the tends to go more neutral with her beauty looks, her bouncy curls and striking scarlet lip color were a welcome surprise at the Academy Awards – as well as the perfect complement to her supersexy gown by Atelier Versace.
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Hairstylist Chris McMillan gave the the perfect pixie at the Golden Globes using Wella Professionals Natural Volume Styling Mousse and Mirror Polish, then finished the look with a vintage Fred Leighton for Forevermark headband. Her makeup was polished but still youthful, combining navy liner with dewy skin and rosy lips.
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To offset the auburn hue of her natural hair, the actress opted for rich emerald liner and super-matte skin, plus glossy nude lips that paired perfectly with her deep green Vera Wang Oscars gown.
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Pulling off a “Scarface-inspired” bob calls for a super-high-shine finish without a hair out of place – plus toned-down makeup: a baby pink lip, sweep of blush and hint of liner was all Rose needed to finish the look at the SAG Awards.
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At the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards, the actress went for modified bombshell: Sun-streaked, combed-out ringlets, plus subtle bronze shadow and a slick taupe lip perfectly played up the casually sexy vibe of her sunny Emilio Pucci gown.