Last year's beauty looks at the Met Gala provided enough breathtaking beauty inspiration to last us, well, until this year's impending event. The theme is "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology," so it's safe to say we're expecting all things futuristic and edgy. Click through the gallery below to see the best looks of the night.
Rita made sure her look was totally futureproof with embellishments adorning her side parting. Her bronzed smoky make-up was made complete with a pearlised cream eyeshadow. Perfection! Try Burberry Beauty Eye Colour Cream in Mink No102 (£25).
RHW channels angelic vibes with a slick updo and clean, minimalistic makeup. Recreate her look with Hourglass Ambient Lighting Palette (£56).
We have never seen silver hair look quite as chic as it does on Ciara. Her short crop, matched with winged liner and a pale lip, merge futurism with vintage.
Gomez's take on futurism is streamlined and monochromatic. Her graphic winged liner and slick ponytail keep the look sleek and glossy. Get the look with Sachajuan Straight and Shine Spray (£22).
Byrne's sultry take on techno-beauty features a liner-heavy smoky eye and deep-red berry lip. To recreate, grab a long-lasting black liner meant for the waterline, such as Urban Decay's 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil (£16), and Dolce & Gabbana's Matte Lipstick in Dolce Desire (£30).
Swift's new platinum hue perfectly suits this year's avant-garde theme. Paired with an almost-black purple lip, she nails futuristic-chic. Try Nars's Audacious Lipstick in Liv (£24).
Moretz's interpretation of the theme also involves clean skin and neutrals on the lips, eyes, and cheeks. Thankfully, she proves that in the future, loose waves will still be in style. Try David Mallett Spray No2: Le Volume (£25).
If the future includes more tight, super-high ponies like Fanning's, we are looking forward to it.
Copeland's glowy skin, black liner, and nude lip fall perfectly in line with the evening's minimalist looks.
They say trends come and go in cycles, and according to Delevingne, the roaring '20s are in for a resurrection. Her purple lip and long, platinum hair modernise the look. To steal her exact lip colour, use Charlotte Tilbury's Lip Cheat pencil in Berry Naughty (£16), followed by Matte Revolution in Glastonberry (£23).
Slick hair and technology go together like highlight and contour. Kloss rocks hers with a deep side part and a red lip.
Is that you, Kate Upton? The model's bold brows and delicately lined eye makeup seems to completely restructure her face. It's Future Upton, if you will. Try Eyeko Black Magic Eyeliner (£15).
Jenner brings her signature sleek pony to the ball, completely with subtle makeup: glowy skin, winged liner, and a nude lip.
Reflecting the fast-paced age of technology, Kylie sheds her extensions in place of a slick, straight bob.
Ambrosio's simple, straight hairstyle brings an effortless wearability to the gala. Try Bumble and Bumble Straight Conditioner (£25).
Re-create Crawford's dewy, ageless finish by blending a dollop of Becca's Shimmering Skin Perfector (£34) with your foundation.
Lovato is bringing the wet-hair look into the tech age.
Bosworth also channels the '20s with her bejeweled headpieces and true-red matte lip. To steal the look, try Nars Pure Matte Lipstick in Moscow (£21).
According to Met Ball trends, stick-straight hair is about to make a major comeback. Time to stock up on those frizz-fighters.
Miller's drapey updo brings soft waves into the future.
A bright, minimal eye look and pinky-red lip put a modern skin on classic beauty. For her hair Amika stylist Rebekah Forecast created a unique fishtail updo with the help of Balmain Paris Hair Couture Texturising Salt Spray (£23).
Fanning's neutral makeup and perfectly undone hair share the softer side of tech-chic.
Hart's braided faux-hawk looks not unlike something we might have seen in Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century, and we're into it.
Smalls's smoky eye is 100% on-trend at this year's ball. Her slicked-back hair allows the sultry makeup to take center stage. Try Illamasqua Eye Slick Stick in Alloy (£19).
We are all about this gothic take on technological style. The oxblood hair and jade eye shadow are daring yet chic.
Stone brings a retro hairstyle into the 21st century by pairing it with a bold smoky eye and a super-light nude lip.
Depp's smudgy bottom liner and loose updo are relaxed and undone, yet modern. Re-create her eye makeup with L'Oréal Paris's Infallible Smokissime Powder Eyeliner Pen (£6).
Williams keeps things ultra-minimal with a no makeup-makeup look and straight, piecey bob.
We can always trust Smith to come up with something avant-garde. The rhinestones under her eyes are playful yet slick.
Heard brings Old Hollywood glamour to the age of technology with a voluminous 'do and a berry-red lip.
Hadid's sheer mauve lip and loose waves show an effortless take on the evening's theme.
Watson's structured do almost looks like something out of The Hunger Games's capital. She pairs the style with a glamorous black-and-gold eye look.
In a sea of smoky eyes and nude lips, Chastain sticks to her trademark class with a creamy pink lip and rosy cheeks.
Even in the age of technology, it wouldn't be Hudson without a middle part and soft, beachy waves.
Gaga owes her extra-voluminous style to hair artist Frederic Aspiras, who used Matrix's Total Results Wonder Boost Root Lifter (£9) for lift and Original & Mineral Surf Bomb Sea Salt Spray (£19) for texture.
Aldridge is almost unrecognisable with her oh-so-shiny black updo and statement gold brows.
Nyong'o's takes Lara Stone's beehive and raises her this impressive sci-fi style.
Kim also brings a wet hair look, which she complements with layers of under-eye smoke.
Robbie's long, middle-parted lengths and neutral makeup leave her looking youthful and natural.
The elder Hadid goes for a monochromatic look, matching the high-shine taupey blond of her hair with that of her eye shadow and lips.
Tight braids and clean, glowing skin make Vikander look like the star of the next big dystopian YA novel.
Be still our hearts. Deep jewel-toned eye shadow, a bare lip, and slick, straight hair define our future queen.
Lively pairs her statement earrings with a statement lip, proving that you don't have to choose just one.
This androgynous crop is quite realistically a hairstyle of the future.
Stewart demonstrates what witchy bohemian style will look like in 2026.
An ageless Kidman flaunts iridescent skin and darkened brows, allowing her headpiece and bejeweled ensemble to stand on their own.
Evidently, lip colours in the age of technology are either one of two extremes: pale nude or near-black. Re-create McAdams's deep red colour with Temptu Colour True Lipstick in Jet Rouge (£20).
We had no idea a bowl cut could look so modern. Thank you, Zendaya. Now we do.
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