Posts tagged "red carpet beauty"

7 Oscar Beauty Trends You’ll Want To Steal Now

Let’s face it: Few of us are going to have an occasion so glam as to warrant a big ball gown a la Amy Adams and Jennifer Lawrence or one of the mermaid styles worn by Reese Witherspoon or Jessica Chastain. But we can adapt the hair, makeup and nail trends stars were sporting to…

By: Kristin Koch / February 25, 2013

The Grammy’s Red Carpet Beauty Trends

Musicians were warned about showing too much skin, and for the most part, the stars seemed to stick to the code. Even Rihanna’s Azzedine Alaia gown was relatively subdued despite its sheer detailing.

The skin that we did see, however, was absolutely flawless. Jennifer Lopez’ complexion couldn’t have been more gorgeous. Fortunately she wore…

By: Kristin Koch / February 11, 2013

2013 Golden Globes Red Carpet Beauty Trends

It wasn’t just about the gorgeous gowns at this year’s Golden Globes. From sexy smoky eyes and winged eyeliner to old-school Hollywood waves, celebs walked the red carpet with stunning (and some surprising) hair, makeup and nails.

From Zooey Deschanel’s “60s social look” donning a high, bouncy ponytail, red lips and a pearl…

By: Kristin Koch / January 14, 2013

Best of Red Carpet Beauty at the 2013 People’s Choice Awards

We’ve shared our picks for the best- and- worst-dressed stars. We’ve broken down the night’s biggest fashion trends. We’ve rounded up the hottest accessories, from the clutches and shoes to the jewels.

But there’s one last style highlight from last night’s People’s Choice Awards that we have yet to breakdown: the best i…

By: Kristin Koch / January 10, 2013

American Music Awards 2012: Red Carpet Beauty Trends (GALLERY)

The eye-catching fashions weren’t the only trends turning heads on the red carpet at this year’s American Music Awards.

From punchy pouts and notice-me-nails to bobs, waves and elegant updos, stars matched their glam gowns with equally glamorous hair and makeup.

Gwen Stefani, Carrie Underwood, Lucy Hale and Ke$ha all wore…

By: Kristin Koch / November 19, 2012