This Is the Tool You Need to Re-Create Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's PFW Hair
Each morning, we scour the internet in an effort to collect and study our favourite celebrity beauty looks. It's fun. (And it's our job.) Luckily, you can reap the benefits too. We'll be updating this story with the top beauty wins each week, along with expert advice on how to copy the looks at home. We're also listing the products you'll need to get them right.
So next time you see Gigi Hadid's hair looking divine or Zoë Kravitz's highlighter shining, just head over here, and we'll break down the look. Need to know what eyeliner Issa Rae rocks on the red carpet? We have it. Plus, there are a few chic under-the-radar tastemakers you're going to love—trust us. Click through for this week's hair and makeup picks.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley looks like a vision no matter what she does with her hair and makeup. That's a fact. But celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin broke out some good old-fashioned Velcro rollers to create RHW's most recent look for Paris Fashion Week, and we couldn't be more into it.
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Celebrity makeup artist Vincent Oquendo created this otherworldly look on Riverdale's Madelaine Petsch, mixing together a few shades of blue for depth and definition.
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Celebrity hairstylist Lacy Redway worked with Natalia Dyer ahead of the Emmys, creating a covetable piecey shag to complement her minimal makeup and laid-back vibe.
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Zendaya stepped off a photo shoot and went straight to her bed—just in time to take a selfie of her glowing, bronzy makeup.
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Vanessa Hudgens has been keeping us on our toes lately, swapping out her sleek lob for a longer, shoulder-length blowout. This time around, it's shiny, bouncy, and inspired by Sporty Spice.
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"The dress that Laura wore was so delicate but deconstructed," celebrity makeup artist Nina Park said of her inspiration for Laura Harrier's look for the BlackkKlansman premiere in L.A. "I wanted to anchor the look with a bold lip (but not one that was too overpowering). I used this stain and made sure to blot and blur the edges out with Q-tips for a more 'lived-in' feel."
Celebrity makeup artist Emily Cheng created Yara Shahidi's look for a Hollywood Reporter party (Shahidi was on the cover). "I wanted to keep the pop of color for the lips, so I used the same color on the eyes and cheeks to tie the look together." For the lip, the focal point of the look, Cheng applied the colour with her fingers and pressed it in like a stain.