The Week’s Best Celebrity Looks and How to Re-Create Them
Each morning we scour the Internet, collecting and studying our favourite celebrity beauty looks for inspiration. Imitation is the highest form of flattery, right? What we’re saying is we stalk so you don’t have to.
Keep scrolling for our hair and makeup picks of the week plus the products you need to re-create them.
The actress/model mastered that lit-from-within glow at a Bulgari dinner during Milan Fashion Week (and the diamonds didn’t hurt either).
Get her look: MAC Strobe Cream (£25)
Leave it to Miss Hadid to get snapped by the paparazzi on the streets of Milan with side-parted waves that dreams are made of.
Get her look: Show Premiere Texture Working Spray (£30)
KJ showed off charcoal-lined eyes during fashion week, and they gave us serious early-2000s vibes—but in the best way possible. Throw it back yourself with black bottom liner, and friends will mistake you for a couture model in no time.
Get her look: Maybelline Master Drama Khol Liner (£5)
America’s sweetheart has not aged—it’s remarkable. She looked especially stunning on the Oscars red carpet, courtesy of a fresh peachy flush.
Get her look: Nars The Multiple in Orgasm (£29)
Gorgeous and glowing, this It Brit’s shimmery, swoon-worthy shadow was expertly placed in the inner corners of her eyes at Elton John’s Academy Awards Viewing Party.
Get her look: RMS Living Luminizer (£30)
Talk about glamour. There’s no better pairing for the Vanity Fair Oscars party than a smooth white-blonde lob and a smoked-out set of peepers.
Get her look: Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette (£39)