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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 Nina Dobrev’s little black bow and Dita Von Teese’s dark berry lips). Here, we recap five more of our favorite beauty moves.

Emma Watson; The Late Show With David Letterman; New York, NY

Watson has been (successfully) experimenting with bold lip color as of late. She recently wore a juicy orange shade to the New York premiere of Noah and paired a tux with classic crimson for an appearance on The Late Show.

Hanneli Mustaparta; DIFFA’s Dining by Design Gala dinner; New York, NY

We love seeing loose, beachy waves with a formal gown—Hanneli’s glowy skin is just icing on the cake.

Jennifer Connelly; New York premiere of Noah; New York, NY

A simple side part and fresh makeup were the perfect complement to Connelly’s custom Louis Vuitton dress.

Lindsay Ellingson; Tiffany & Co. and Rachel Zoe Celebrate Living in Style; New York, NY

Mega lashes and pinned-back hair took us back to the sixties vibes we saw at Gucci FW14.

Anne Hathaway; Miami Walk of Fame Inauguration; Miami, FL

The key to growing out a pixie: twisty braids and a statement-making barrette (like the butterfly clips at Rodarte FW14 or the gold bars at Balenciaga SS13).

Emma Watson’s Next-Level Orange Lip

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"Noah" New York Premiere - Outside ArrivalsEmma Watson has been killing it on the red carpet in terms of her beauty look—from a strip of metallic bobby pins in Madrid to her traffic-cone orange lip at last night’s premiere of Noah in New York City. Designers also loved a loud mouth on the Spring 2014 runways (including Rag & Bone, which took its first-ever lip adventure with a combo of Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Carnival and ColorBurst Matte Balm in Mischievous), and the shade looks just as stunning on the red carpet with major lashes and an equally dazzling ear cuff. Well played, Watson, well played—keep the hits coming.

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Best in Show: The Week in Red-Carpet Beauty

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There were quite a few contenders for best beauty move of the week—among them, the steel underliner sported by Zoë Kravitz and mixed metal bobbies Emma Watson wore to one side. Here, our five remaining red-carpet favorites.

Jennifer Connelly; Noah premiere; Madrid, Spain

The perfect pair: Connelly’s crystal collar and fuchsia lips.

Annie Clark; St. Vincent at the Grammy Museum; Los Angeles, CA

The blue lids and lashes Pat McGrath created at Dior successfully transitioned from the catwalk to the stage care of Clark.

Scarlett Johansson; Captain America: The Winter Soldier premiere; Paris, France

Johansson’s purple cat-eyes took us back to a bright spot in backstage beauty history: Jason Wu’s Fall 2013 runway.

January Jones; Rebel With a Cause Gala; Hollywood, CA

We don’t know which was better, Jones’ windswept waves or fiery lips.

Shailene Woodley; Divergent screening; New York, NY

Woodley revives the loud mouth seen at Rag & Bone’s Spring 2014 show.

Hair Trick Worth Trying: Emma Watson’s Mixed Metal Bobbies

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emma-watsonFrom the front, you didn’t see the brilliant beauty secret Emma Watson’s side sweep was hiding at last night’s Noah premiere in Madrid. A profile view, however, revealed bobby pins in varying metallic tones anchoring the hair tight to the left side of her head. It’s an accessory often employed by the pros on the runway (Sam McKnight slipped simple silver versions into faux bobs at Lanvin this season) and one all amateurs can afford to add to their arsenals.

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Sleeping Easy; Shiseido’s New Antiaging Range for Millennials; and Marie Robinson’s Favorite Brunettes

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brunettes-salma-hayek-mahogany_resizeResearch conducted by Chanel revealed women don’t sleep as much—or as well—as they used to. Whether it’s insomnia or a jam-packed schedule that’s keeping you from getting enough zzz‘s, beauty companies and former beauty editors are coming up with new ways to fake a well-rested glow. If you toss and turn, onetime British Vogue beauty editor Kathy Phillips’ collection, This Works, could help. The range includes candles, sprays, and balms infused with lavender, chamomile, and vetiver, all of which naturally soothe restless sleepers. If a dull complexion is more your problem, Phillips’ upcoming night treatments—like No Wrinkles Midnight Moisture and No Wrinkles Tired Eyes—include hyaluronic acid, retinoids, and water-absorbent cactus flower to hydrate and plump your skin overnight.

They say it’s never too soon use antiaging products, and Shiseido is making it easier for millennials to get started. The company’s newest product line, Ibuki, targets women ages 25 to 34 and aims to combat the “typical” twentysomething lifestyle: lack of sleep, oily skin, visible pores after a night on the town, and poor nutrition. The line has seven products, all of which include Shiseido’s innovative PhytoResist Complex, which inhibits cell shrinkage and boosts moisture in surface cells with trehalose and white nettle. The collection is reasonably priced, ranging from $24 to $45, but if you’d rather give it a test run, a Starter Kit containing two-week supplies of the Gentle Cleanser, Softening Concentrate, and Refining Moisturizer goes for $25.

Who says blondes have more fun? Celebrity colorist Marie Robinson, whose clients include Michelle Williams, Natalie Portman, and Liv Tyler, says the color of the season is brown, but with a unique twist. “It’s about enhancing, not extremes,” she says. From Emma Watson’s shimmering beachy brown to Salma Hayek’s rich mahogany, Robinson narrowed down her list of favorite brunette celebs. The key, she says, is to stay within two shades of your natural color—and get a really good haircut, of course.