There were red lips and retro waves, smokey eyes and top knots. Yes, there was much to admire on the beauty front this week, with Bella Thorne, Gwen Stefani, Zoe Kravitz and more stepping out with hair and makeup that we’re eager to try ourselves. Short on ideas for your next haircut? Looking to add a new lip color to your collection? May the best celebrity beauty looks of the week provide you with ample inspiration.
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Perhaps inspired by Texas's affinity for big hair, Bella Thorne opted for voluminous waves and a bright red lip at SXSW.
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Zoe Kravitz's top knot? Perfect. Her lipstick? Also perfect. That masterfully-slicked-down baby hair? Too good for words.
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Miranda Kerr's long dark locks are no more. The model debuted a stunning short cut and strawberry blonde color this week.
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Channeling a 1940s-era starlet, Zendaya wore dreamy retro waves to the Kid's Choice Awards. Stylish beyond her years, once again.
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A round of applause to whoever did Alison Brie's smokey eye, and kudos to the actress for letting it shine by keeping the rest of her look minimal.
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We've seen Tracee Ellis Ross in a lot of nice straight styles, but her gorgeous curls—worn at an event in L.A. this week—remain our favorite look on her.
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Gwen Stefani seemingly makes a bold beauty statement every time she leaves the house. This week, it was in the form of an exquisitely-coiffed ponytail and thick, dark lashes.
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Regina Hall hit the red carpet in soft, cascading waves, and a pink lip color that we'd like to own, stat.
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Kaley Cuoco simultaneously nailed the messy bun and hot pink lipstick trends. Well done.
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We can't see ourselves wearing bright blue eyeliner daily, but Emma Roberts helped confirm that it can be a fun departure from the norm every now and then.