From Paris to New York (and all points in between), your favorite celebs turned the glamour up to 11 this week. From retro-inspired curls to seriously gorgeous hair accessories, stars like Cate Blanchett and Janelle Monae went all out with their red carpet beauty—and we couldn’t be happier. Check out our picks for the best, most gorgeous beauty looks of this week.
Cate Blanchett went full glam with lightly undone retro curls, smokey eyes and peachy pink blush the coordinates perfectly with her '70s-inspired gown.
Janelle Monae, perfect human, continues to be amazing at the Chanel show with her perfect eyebrows, smoky eyes and incredible beehive. And in case you think the front is as good as it gets...
...check out the back. Hello, hair accessories! *swoons*
Lily James has been rocking this dark hair for a while now, but we think it looks especially great in this shorter, wavier cut.
Speaking of major color changes, Greta Gerwig debuted a brand new cool-toned red this week—and we love it.
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Garcelle Beauvais served radiant skin and sleek hair with grey-toned smokey eyes and a killer smile. Happiness is always your best accessory!
Rooney Mara's slicked-back hair and extra-strong eyebrows balance out this otherwise monochrome dusty-pink look.
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Nina Dobrev's hair is an actual wonder of the world—it's so shiny and bouncy, with the most gorgeous subtle highlights. We also love the way she's paired a glossy pink-toned lip with her wine jacket. It provides a great contrast.
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M.I.A. matched her dusty pink lips to her outfit at the Chanel show, and the effect—with her extra-long lashes and brushed-up (but not defined) brows is stunning.
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Kate Winslet is always stunning, and this look is no exception—her bright pink lipstick is fairly sheer so as not to compete with her buttery-blonde hair.
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And now some Salma Hayek in KILLER red lipstick to inspire you today. You know, just in case you needed it.
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