Must-See Beauty Looks From The Met Gala

Wendy Rodewald
Must-See Beauty Looks From The Met Gala
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The Metropolitan Museum's annual Costume Institute Gala is basically the Oscars of fashion. But with this year's theme centered around the new Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibit, it was the edgy beauty looks that really stood out. Probably the biggest surprise of the night was Anne Hathaway who debuted a new hair color, along with a black and blue smoky eye (maekup artist Adam Breuchaud mixed Laura Mercier Caviar Stick Eye Colour in Orchid with Matte Eye Colour in Deep Night to get the perfect shade). See Anne Hathaway's Blonde Hair Makeover

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Beyonc, who was the Honorary Met Gala Chair, wore her hair long and wavy.

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Jessica Alba's lightened brows made her whole look feel edgier.

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This burgundy eye shadow really brought out Kristen Stewart's green eyes.

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Rooney Mara stuck with her signature plum lip color.

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Hair stylist Luke Chamberlain used hair paint to turn Nicole Richie's hair white.

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Jessica Biel decided to forgo the costume and show up as herself. We can respect that!

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Makeup artist Molly Stern created these dramatic lashes using CoverGirl Flamed Out Mascara and individual false lashes on the bottom.

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Katy Perry made up her own theme in a Byzantine dress by Dolce & Gabbana.

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Ginnifer Goodwin's makeup artist Mai Quynh was inspired by Siouxsie and the Banshees singer Siouxsie Sioux. She used Laura Mercier Matte Eye Shadow in Noir to line Ginnifer's eyes and brows.

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Cameron Diaz paired navy blue eye liner with a slicked back hairstyle by Lona Vigi, who used TRESemm Color Care Dry Shampoo and TRES Two Extra Hold Hairspray to secure the style.

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Gwen Stefani wore her signature cat eye and red lip with a sculptural bun.

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With her bold eye makeup and edgy braided hairstyle, January Jones looked the part.

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How J.Lo does punk: faux-hawk-inspired big hair and a leopard print dress.

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Elle Fanning went all-out '80s punk with her eye makeup.

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Carey Mulligan complemented her cutout dress with a sleek ponytail by Suave Professionals Celebrity Stylist Jenny Cho.

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We loved Sienna Miller's spiked headband and jacket. Hair stylist Oscar Blandi created texture in Sienna's hair with Pronto Dry Sculipting Pomade and Pronto Instant Glossing Cream before adding an Eddie Borgo spiked accessory.

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Would you expect anything less from Miley Cyrus at this point?

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Makeup artist Dominique Samuel created Stacy Kiebler's rock and roll eye using the the NP Set Day to Night Palette ($24, target.com) and Pixi Lash Line Ink ($16).

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"I just went through and cut underneath her hair and cut off the blonde, leaving her with darker roots, which lends itself to the punk rock look," said hair stylist Chris McMillan, who used Living Proof Hold Flexible Hairspray to create texture.

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