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Most of my days are spent makeup-free, yet I still find myself screen-shotting celebrity makeup looks, thinking of when and how to replicate them. Because while buying actual products is obviously the bridge between inspiration and execution, seeing how it looks on someone else helps a lot. And with award season in full swing and Fashion Month drawing to a close, we’ve already got plenty to gawk over, despite being just two months into the New Year.
For instance, the Golden Globe Awards were mostly traditional with a handful of women opting for classic red lipstick. And at the SAG Awards, the underlying theme appeared to be glowy skin without the extra frills. The Grammy Awards were a hodge-podge of shimmery eyelids, bold lips and accessories galore. Plus, New York Fashion Week had us ready to invest in full-blown makeup kits, thanks to a handful of avant-garde moments. The point I’m trying to make is this: choices are never in short supply.
With that being said, here are the makeup looks we’ll be adding to our Pinterest boards for safe keeping. From Cardi B. to Emmy Rossum to Indya Moore, the slayage is real.
The icon was in perfect character for the 2019 Dior show. Her makeup nailed all things people love about Dior by being all glamorous, luxurious, seductive, romantic, and girlie.
Devon Lee Carlson
Instagram’s favorite wild child typically keeps it natural with a makeup free face, but the fans are loving the versatility with this makeover that suits her personality.
The glam queen nails an exotic look that has her looking like Eve on her first day in the garden.
Millie Bobby Brown
Bobby Brown is somehow redefining hot pink shadow from Barbie to elegant.
Hilton shows the world her dark side by swapping out her iconic sparkly palettes for some black eye art.
Zendaya’s baby blue detail lightens her complexion perfectly, making her presence magically radiant at the 2019 Met Gala.
The singer’s neon yellow lids were definitely the ultimate Instagram beauty statement that we didn’t see coming.
Monáe is finally living in color with her show-stopping neon blue eye art.
King’s clean white wing added a bold touch to her simple and elegant look during the premier of her show, The Act.
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Now this, is a real star. Her radiant glam makes Céline Dion the ultimate golden girl.
Gaga can do no wrong when it comes to beautifying–the pop star’s iconic makeovers will be seen in history books.
The actress compliments all her features perfectly with just a simple pink highlighter–she keeps her look clean-cut while still mastering a fun-n-flirty vibe.
I’m always amazed at Margot Robbie’s ability to rock every single personality of a makeover without fault. Her hardcore beauty look for Vogue Magazine is killer.
The leader of the Kardashian-Jenner tribe finally shows us the beauty genes she’s passed down to her daughters. Her bright blue glam at the 2019 Met Gala was an elegant statement.
The actress’ face is truly the ultimate canvas for any makeup artists. She keeps her fans on their feet by either keeping it totally natural or wildly bold.
Boynton’s magical makeup art truly exemplified the Camp theme at the 2019 Met Gala.
Brie looks totally out of this world while shamelessly rocking her flashy-bronze makeover.
Stone honestly doesn’t get enough credit for her glam. She’s always pulling of a subtle and chic look while still having fun with her makeup art by focusing on intricate details.
The actress’s emerald green lids were a standout at the Golden Globe Awards.
It really gets no better than bright coral lipstick and blended-out, forest green shadow during Paris Couture Fashion Week.
Though it would be easy to assume the glossy red lip is our favorite part of this SAG Awards looks, it’s really the pink under-liner that caught our eye.
All red everything at the Golden Globes–eyeshadow included.
The Shameless star’s blush-toned makeup leaves us pining for spring.
We love the way the Pose actress accentuated her closely set, expressive eyes with electric blue eyeshadow.
As it turns out, orange eyeshadow is the perfect makeup look for a tea party; in this case, the high profile BAFTA Tea Party.
Is her eyeshadow gold? Is it orange? Is it a mix of both? Either way, we’re obsessed with it.
Not to be outdone by her 2018 press run for A Star is Born, the singer and actress upped the glam even more for the . National Board of Review awards gala.
With her full pout covered in bordeaux lipstick, it’s no wonder the Pose star was also Belle of the Critics’ Choice Awards ball.
We’d be hard-pressed to overlook this impossibly gorgeous neutral moment sported by the actress at this year’s Critic’s Choice Awards.
For Miu Miu’s ‘Shako Mako’ release party, the former Disney Channel star looked ready to hit the dance floor in glittery lids and in-your-face red lipstick.
The Bohemian Rhapsody star has dominated award season with her avant-garde makeup looks, but our favorite is this lash-tastic one for the Santa Barbara Film Festival.
Kudos to Whack for stepping outside the traditional box and wowing us with pink eyeshadow blended all the way out to her temples.
The singer rarely fails to impress and at this year’s Grammy Awards, she stole everyone’s attention with a whole lot of silver glitter.
Long lashes, glossy nude lipstick and bubblegum pink eyeshadow? Just another day in the life of a future beauty icon.
For Teen Vogue‘s Young Hollywood party, the actress proved minimalism can leave a big impression with this negative space eyeliner look.
For this year’s BRIT Awards, the model made us want to throw on a cat eye and red lipstick just because.
At this year’s Grammy Awards, the country singer literally had a twinkle in her eyes; silver shadow in the inner corners to be exact.
Bubblegum pink eyeshadow to match her finger waves.
There’s just something about this particular shade of red lipstick that seriously pops against the Crazy Rich Asians star’s flawless skin.
We’ve never seen a cat eye more perfect than the one this ingenue wore to the Oscars.
At this year’s Producer’s Guild Awards, the Glow star caught us offguard with this unexpected combo of frosted eyeshadow and red lipstick.
At Clive Davis’ 2019 Pre-Grammy Gala, the singer wowed us with this classic cat eye accented with graphic lines across the middle of the lids.
We love that the actress opted for blue mascara and nothing else at the BAFTAs.
This blended-out cat eye made Jackson’s piercing eyes look even brighter at the Vanity Fair Oscar party.
The singer, who never plays it safe in the makeup department, looked stunning in turquoise under-liner at the Vanity Fair Oscar party.
Tracee Ellis Ross
At this year’s Vanity Fair Oscar party, we love how her blended-out cat eye extended from the bottom of her eyes instead of the top.
For the Vanity Fair Oscar party, the supermodel somehow elevated a simple cat eye and red lipstick.
The Netflix star’s orange eyeshadow and coral lipstick at the Vanity Fair Oscar party have us excited for spring.
Go bold or go home was probably running through the actress’ head when she opted for a heavy, royal blue smoky eye.
This pink-red eyeshadow moment was one of our favorite looks at the Vanity Fair Oscar party.
The eyes definitely have it! How could you not be obsessed with this glittery smoky eye, spotted at the Vanity Fair Oscar party?