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April 21 2014

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Best in Beauty: The Celebrity Looks That Killed It

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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.

Photo: Courtesy of BFAnyc.com; Getty

Best in Show: The Week in Red-Carpet Beauty

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Between film premieres, parties, and celeb-studded events around the globe, this week was full of memorable hair and makeup looks (including Katy Perry’s emerald strands and Lupita N’yongo’s modern pouf). Here, we recap five more of our favorite beauty moves.

Kate Bosworth; Tiffany & Co.’s Blue Book Party; New York, NY

Kate Bosworth always adds something a little unexpected to her beauty look. At last night’s Tiffany & Co. party, she expertly teamed tangerine lips (à la Rag & Bone Spring ’14) with a powder puff pink gown.

Emma Stone; The Amazing Spider-Man 2 world premiere; London, England

Further proof that berry lips work all year-round—and we love how they complement Stone’s canary yellow dress.

Hilary Rhoda; Tiffany & Co.’s Blue Book Party; New York, NY

Sometimes it’s chic to match your makeup to your outfit. Hilary Rhoda’s icy blue shadow and navy sweater looked fresh—not retro—with a messy updo and nude gloss.

Diane Kruger; FX Networks Screening of Fargo; New York, NY

If anyone can pull off a frosted lip, it’s Diane Kruger. The actress opted for a toned-down version of Rodarte’s sparkling Fall ’14 beauty look, then added some depth with a smoky eye.

Constance Jablonski; Tiffany & Co.’s Blue Book Party; New York, NY

Jablonski may or may not have woken up like this. Smudged, lived-in liner and a messy pony looked effortless and sexy for a night on the party circuit.

Photo: Getty; Courtesy of BFAnyc.com

Emma Stone Is Seeing Red

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More celebrities are embracing the tone-on-tone concept, with Emma Stone being the latest addition to the hair-to-hem crew. At a press conference in Beijing yesterday for The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro, she coordinated her fiery strands to the rest of her ensemble—similar to how Prabal Gurung styled model Natalie Westling for his Fall 2014 show. We always enjoy a celeb who gives a runway trend the red-carpet treatment.

Photo: Getty; Indigital

Get Glowing—Minus the Glitter

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“It’s more modern and cool not to use shimmer—especially with HD cameras,” said makeup artist Rachel Goodwin, who prepped Emma Stone for the Globes on Sunday. In lieu of sparkle, the face painter contoured the sides of the star’s face with Chanel Les Beiges powder, dusted her apples with Revlon Powder Blush in Oh Baby! Pink, and topped off her cheekbones with Le Jour de Chanel moisturizer. “It gives [the skin] that lush, hydrated quality, but doesn’t look reflective,” she explained. (If you love a good selfie, keep this tip in the bank). Stone’s smoky eyes acted as the “thread” between the bottom of her Chanel dress and her beauty statement. To achieve a more “casual” vibe, Goodwin applied Revlon’s ColorStay Eyeliner in Charcoal as a wash across Stone’s lids and muted it with a taupe powder shadow—pulling the shape out just slightly at the outer corners. To finish, she ran the same pigment along the lower lash lines. As for Stone’s pre-game plans, since she skipped out on the red carpet before presenting an award to Woody Allen: Watch your colleagues endure the long walk in Louboutins on TV and “gasp over Cate Blanchett’s gorgeousness,” revealed Goodwin. Celebs…they’re just like us.

Photo: Getty

Emma Stone’s Scrub Love; LACMA, Bottled; And More…

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Emma Stone caused a rush on grape-seed oil last year when she revealed that she uses it as a moisturizer. Now, the Revlon spokeswoman, who is “really allergic to a lot of stuff,” has a few more DIY beauty remedies to share. “I exfoliate with baking soda or brown sugar,” says Stone. [Cosmo]

First, they brought us the “caviar manicure,” and now British nail brand Ciaté is introducing the “chalkboard manicure.” Its latest kit comes with a matte black polish and pastel chalky-finish nail-art pens for embellishment. [Fashionista]

Interior designer Olivia Putnam is the latest artist to put her own personal spin on Nina Ricci’s classic L’Air du Temps fragrance flacon. Available in May, Putnam’s rendition features the classic dove-shaped stopper in a shade of royal blue, with the same color running through the grooves of the crystal bottle. [WWD]

Speaking of artful fragrance offerings, this year’s Wear LACMA collection, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s annual range of fashion accessories created by Los Angeles designers and inspired by the museum’s permanent collection, includes a custom fragrance from L’Oeil du Vert perfumer Haley Alexander van Oosten. Inspired by an eighteenth-century bronze relief of The Triumph of Neptune and Europa, by Antonio Montauti, van Oosten’s creation is a sensual, botanical scent called Tonae. [L.A. Times]

Photo: Aby Baker/Getty Images