10 posts tagged "Camilla Belle"
Between film premieres, parties, and celeb-studded events around the globe, this week was full of memorable hair and makeup looks (including Rita Ora’s cornrows and Gigi Hadid’s orange lids). Here, we recap five more of our favorite beauty moves.
Camilla Belle; Gucci Museo Cocktail Party; São Paulo, Brazil
With summer temps fast approaching (hello, humidity!), we’re seeing lots of fresh makeup and fuss-free hair on the red carpet. At Gucci’s cocktail party in Brazil, Camilla Belle opted for an easy slicked-back bun and a touch of teal eyeliner on her lower lash lines.
Elle Fanning; Maleficent World Premiere; Hollywood, CA
Fanning always manages a distinct yet age-appropriate red-carpet look. Dewy skin and rosy lips were the perfect reference to her ethereal Maleficent character, Aurora.
Juno Temple; Maleficent World Premiere; Hollywood, CA
Angelina Jolie; Maleficent World Premiere; Hollywood, CA
Though the rest of Jolie’s look seemed inspired by her wicked Maleficent character—rubberized silk dress, double-ended spike earring—a classic ponytail ensured it didn’t feel overly severe.
Amber Heard; Aleim Magazine Fourth Issue Launch; New York, NY
Heard’s effortless look for last night’s Aleim party is likely to become our summer uniform: white dress, red lip, loose bun. Bring on the heat.
Between film premieres, parties, and celeb-studded events around the globe, this week was full of memorable hair and makeup looks (including Isabel Lucas’ underliner and Emma Roberts’ soft waves). Here, we recap five more of our favorite beauty moves.
Camilla Belle; Carolina Herera Celebrates Her Archive Collection; Beverly Hills, CA
While there was nary a bold lip in sight on the Fall ’14 runways (with the exception of Rihanna in the front row), the celeb set is still feeling a statement pout. Camilla Belle opted for an icy pastel hue, similar to the shades spotted at Prabal Gurung’s Spring ’14 show.
Emma Roberts; Palo Alto Premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival; New York, NY
We caught up with Roberts earlier this week to check out her pre-gala beauty routine. Last night, she wowed us again with super-sleek strands and a classic crimson mouth.
Emmy Rossum; Carolina Herera Celebrates Her Archive Collection; Beverly Hills, CA
Rossum always nails it with new beauty trends, but we love this ultra-feminine look. You just can’t go wrong with girly pink lips and a glossy blow-out.
Emma Stone; The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Premiere; New York, NY
We’re quickly becoming lip gloss converts. Stones’ strawberry pout looked fresh (not sticky) with a slightly-smoky eye.
Solange Knowles; Q&Q Launch Event; New York, NY
We love an unexpected color combo: Knowles expertly teamed her lemon-yellow Christopher Kane sweatshirt and skirt with bright fuschia lips. (Get the look with Chanel Rouge Allure Velvet Lip Colour in La Diva.)
Between film premieres, parties, and celeb-studded events around the globe, this week was full of memorable hair and makeup looks (including Solange Knowles’ tangerine eyeliner and Lupita N’yongo’s graphic wing). Here, we recap five more of our favorite beauty moves.
Camilla Belle; Jimmy Choo’s Choo.08 Party; Beverly Hills, CA
When you’re wearing prim neutrals, add a loud mouth to keep things youthful. Belle opted for MAC’s nearly-neon Retro Matte lipstick in Flat Out Fabulous.
Chanel Iman; Spotify Brunch at the Soho Desert House; La Quinta, CA
You know we love a good dye job. Chanel Iman rocked the trend at Coachella with rainbow streaks of pink and teal.
Kate Bosworth; Alexander Wang x H&M Party; Indio, CA
Coachella veteran Kate Bosworth knows how to beat the heat in style. Laid-back waves and flushed cheeks (à la Stella McCartney FW14) looked effortless and fresh.
Jourdan Dunn; StyleCaster + UGG Coachella Party; Villa Sereno, CA
Blue eyeliner typically conjures up bad prom photos from the eighties. But Jourdan Dunn’s take—worn on the lower lash line with bare skin—looks as cool as her snow cone (and conjures up memories of Chanel’s most recent Resort show).
Emma Stone; The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Premiere; Berlin, Germany
This Amazing Spider-Man 2 star has been sporting some winning beauty looks as of late. Bouncy, flapper-inspired curls and a wash of pale blue eyeshadow played off her Chanel dress.
Last night’s launch party for Choo.08 (a line of more practical, sporty footwear from Jimmy Choo) in Beverly Hills celebrated accessories, but there were also plenty of covetable beauty looks on display. Similar to shoe shopping, it’s hard to single out just one hairstyle or makeup move and label it my favorite, so I thought I’d feature all of the standout moments (like Solange Knowles’ tangerine liner, Sandra Choi’s buzzed crop, and Emmy Rossum’s inky eyes and inventive nail art) from the evening’s fete: Click here to see the slideshow.
A bold blazer and an even bolder lid look on Solange Knowles.
Make the most of your moons with evil eyes like Emmy Rossum.
…or try metallic navy shadow in lieu of basic black.
Sandra Choi shows off her ear cuff with an undercut.
The Rattail Resurfaces; Shu Uemura Unveils The Eyelash Curler 2.0; Airbus Makes A Case For Personal Space; And More-------
Daria Werbowy has the ability to make anything look chic—even a rattail. She shows off her skinny, neck-grazing braid in the November issue of Marie Claire France. [Byrdie]
Shu Uemura’s beloved eyelash curler gets an update. The S Curler’s band is shorter, so you can add a precise curve to tiny, hard-to-reach lashes, and boasts a pad designed to be pressed against the eye for stability. [The Cut]
While waistlines and the number of travelers have increased in size since the 1950s, plane seats have not. According to research out of the London Sleep Centre (commissioned by Airbus), 18-inch chairs are conducive to better sleep at 35,000 feet (50 percent better than the standard 16- or 17-inch seats). Every inch counts, especially when you’re stuck in coach. [Daily Mail]
The verdict is still out on whether the bangs Camilla Belle debuted at A Quest for Beauty: The Art of Van Cleef & Arpels, an exhibit at the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana, California, are real or faux. Glamour.com says authentic, but that fringe is reminiscent of the choppy black wigs at Fendi, if you ask me.
Japonesque—a beauty brand known for its tools—is branching out into color cosmetics. Instead of testing the waters with a handful of products, the company is making a splash with over 280 SKUs and colorful compacts. [WWD]