7 Beauty Looks We’re Loving Right Now

From Margot Robbie’s fresh take on orange make-up to Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s enviable smokey eye, these are the seven-celebrity beauty looks inspiring us, and how to recreate them…

Margot Robbie, Pati Dubroff

The Look: Warm, Sunset Tones  
How To Create: Make-up artist, Pati Dubroff used orange tones to add warmth to Margot’s complexion, bringing structure and definition to the face at the same time. On Instagram, she revealed the exact products she used to pull this look together. They included Chanel’s Ombre Premiere Gloss in Solaire which was swiped over the lids, alongside the brand’s Soleil Tan de Chanel Duo Bronze et Lumiere Clair, swept over the face. Love the lipstick, too? The exact colour used was Chanel’s Rouge Coco Flash in Pulse – apply straight from the bullet to get the same, strong colour. 

Jasmines Tookes, Leah Darcy

The Look: Creamy, Radiant Skin
How To Create: Replicate Jasmine’s glow with products that are sheer, and with little to no shimmer, for the same creamy effect. Look to Pat McGrath Labs new Skin Fetish Foundation a velvety finish and Charlotte Tilbury’s Beauty Light Wand to create a similar highlight. Use the latter sparingly though, just a few dots over the bridge of the nose, tops of the cheekbones and a little on the Cupid’s bow, too, to tie everything in together. As for the lip, make-up artist, @leahdarcymakeup, shared on her Instagram that she used YSL’s Rouge Pur Couture in 53.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Nikki de Roest

The Look: Soft, Smokey Eyes 
How To Create: Rosie’s make-up artist, Nikki de Roest offered a full breakdown of this look over on her Instagram page. Starting with Rosie’s smooth complexion, Nikki used Giorgio Armani’s Beauty Power Fabric Foundation, followed by NARS’ Soft Matte Complete Concealer for touch-ups. The cheeks were then buffed with Flesh Swipe Flesh Lip Colour in Puffy, while Ciate’s Dewy Stix in Lustre was tapped onto cheekbones, allowing the structure to catch beautifully in the light. As for the statement eyes, the look was created using shade ‘Yep’ from the Róen Beauty 52 Palette, while ‘Disco Eye’ was pushed into the corners for extra sparkle. While Róen ships to the UK, Flesh is yet to expand its delivery, so find a similar lipstick shade in NYX’s Extra Creamy Round Lipstick in Thalia (a muted mauve). 

Priyanka Chopra, Pati Dubroff

​The Look: Flashes Of Neon
How To Create: Embracing the neon eye make-up trend, Priyanka Chopra’s make-up artist, Pati Dubroff paired this look with muted lips and skin. Using Danessa Myricks Cushion Colour Shadow in Cotton Candy on the lids, she then tapped Lemonhead’s GlowJam glitter overtop to mute the colour and make it more wearable before lining the waterline with Chanel’s Stylo Ombre et Contour pencil. On the lips, she used Chantecaille’s Lip Veil in Mandevilla, which has a sheer, washed out formula that anybody can try. Side note: Danessa Myricks isn’t yet available in the UK, so for a similar effect, try Revolution’s Pro Pigment Pomade in Hot Pink – it’s more affordable, too.

Kate Bosworth, Hung Vanngo

The Look: All Things Rouge 
How To Create: This statement look was painted on by celebrity make-up artist, Hung Vanngo. While it’s quite daring, the key is to make sure your complexion is pared back with just a dash of blusher to keep everything fresh – Kate likes RMS Beauty’s Lip2Cheek colours. Play with shades from Huda Beauty’s Ruby Obsessions Palette on the eyes and try Tom Ford’s Emotionproof Liner in Pinot, in the inner lining of the eye to further enhance the look. For the lips, rich reds like this look best when they complement your skin’s undertone. So, if you’re fair like Kate, opt for a shade like Glossier’s Generation G Lipstick in Zip – a poppy, orange red that suits most complexions. Darker skin tones can afford to go even brighter – try NARS Audacious Lipstick in Lana. If it feels too intimidating, avoid doing both the lip and eye, just experiment with one.

Lily Collins, Fiona Stiles

The Look: Statement, Plum Lips
How To Create: If you fancy recreating this vampy lip, copy make-up artist Fiona Stiles’ (who created this look) hack which is to mix your lip colours together for something unique. Here, she’s combined Lancôme’s L’Absolu Rouge Nuit Et Jour with Lancôme Berry Noir for a beautiful, deep plum. Mixing shades allows you to mute or amp up a colour to suit your needs best. If this look is too dark, blend it with a creamy nude to take down the tone. As for application, use a brush for extra definition around the cupid’s bow, or apply with your finger for a diffused, feathery finish

Josephine Skriver, Leah Darcy

The Look: Sea Blue Shades
How To Create: Fancy replicating this classic look? Make-up artist Leah Darcy used Maybelline make-up for this wearable, blue smokey eye. Recreate with the brand’s popular Rock Nudes Eyeshadow Palette, layering the white and silver on the lids, before smoking out the deep blue to the outer corners of the eyes. Finish with layers of the Maybelline Falsies Mascara to complete the look.

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