17 Best Red Carpet Beauty Looks From 2017
Well that awards season finished with a bang! If you need to calm down from all the drama of the Oscars’ Best Picture blunder, take a look back at our favourite red carpet looks from the BAFTAs, Golden Globes, Grammys and the Oscars. Loving the looks? We asked our resident hair and make-up experts, Lauren and Emma, to give us the insider tips and tricks so you can walk into your next party looking (and feeling) like an A-Lister!
Despite the awkwardness that was La La Land’s not-quite-win last night, Emma’s look was, as always, unbeatable. The golden girl paired a berry lip look with glittering eyes, book a 75 minute VIP service with our elite team of hair and make-up professionals to recreate this red carpet winner!
Amy Adams paired her iconic red locks with emerald green shadow and a bare lip at the BAFTAs. Emma advises, “use FACE Stockholm’s Pearl Shadow in the shade 008 to as a liner and in your eye crease to achieve this emerald smokey eye. It’s great for building up colour and when layered over a standard black eyeshadow”.
Drew’s tousled waves pair perfectly with her dress’s mermaid vibes at the Golden Globes. “The best way to achieve this look is by prepping the hair with #blowLTD Protect and Prime Styling Cream, rough dry and use the GHD Curve tong to create classic curls”, says Lauren, “then I brush out the curls and add volume and hold with a few spritzes of TIGI Catwalk Work It Hairspray.”. Want this look in a flash? Book a Beach Blow with our expert hair stylists!
Felicity Jones looks sleek and sophisticated with her smokey brown eye look at the BAFTAs. A nude lip adds an extra carefree vibe, our make-up pros recommend using Stila’s Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick in the shade Naturally Nude to recreate this look.
Pairing jewel tones with a black dress, a la Thandie Newton at this year’s BAFTAs, is a great way to subtly experiment with makeup colours that are usually not in your wheelhouse. “Start off small by switching out your usual black eyeliner with Laura Mercier’s Kohl Eye Pencil in Navy”, says Emma, “and build up to a multi-colour look that gives you tonnes of confidence”.
Naomie Harris knows how to work that highlight, accompanied by a baby pink lip creates a fresh faced and youthful look at the Golden Globes. Our MUAs recommend using Studio 10’s Age Skin Perfecter with Laura Mercier’s Paint Wash Liquid Lip Colour in Petal Pink to achieve this look.
So nice we featured her twice! This ethereal looks shows that pale skin ladies CAN do blush. Get Emma Stone’s Globes cheeky look with an Ilia Multi Stick in the shade All of Me. Not the best at doing your own make-up? Try our at-home make-up service.
Emma Ratajanoski’s bronzed babe look for the Golden Globes looks fresh and fashion forward. Use RMS’s Beauty Eye Polish and plenty of Lord & Berry Bronzer to achieve one of our favourite red carpet looks of the season! Need a helping hand? Book an at-home Bespoke Blow Dry and Make-up service with our expert stylists!
Adele rocked the Grammy’s with her soft updo. Lauren recommends prepping the hair first with the Kerastase Nutritive Masquintense Cheveux Epais Treatment, followed by Shu Uemura Art of Hair Styling Satin Design and finishing with Living Proof Blowout Styling & Finishing Spray. Or, book an Undone Bun with our expert hair stylists!
Rihanna is giving off major Barbadian Princess vibes with her auburn waves at this year’s Grammy Awards. Get the look with our Beach Blow from our expert hair stylists.
Pink and red is our favourite beauty colour clash, and Lily Collins’ look a the Golden Globes was no exception. Our resident MUA, Emma, recommends using RMS’s Beauty Lip2Cheek in the shade Modest to create a romantic look that’s ideal for date night.
Emily Blunt’s bold BAFTA cat eye can be achieved using Eyeko’s Eye Do Liquid Liner. Struggling to get those slick flicks? Book the blow LTD Cocktail Look Make-up and the Undone Bun Blow Dry with our expert stylists to get an Oscar-worthy professional finish.
Scarlett Johannsen’s pretty punk look was one of faves at this year’s Oscars. The harsh quiff paired with a subtle, glowing face is the perfect combination of sweet and edgey. Want to rock a quiff like ScarJo? Our expert hair stylist Lauren recommends using Living Proof’s Full Thickening Cream followed by lashings of dry shampoo to avoid a stick hairsprayed mess.
Taraji P Henson stole the show with a smouldering Jessica Rabbit esque look at last night’s Oscars. Emma says: “try a silver smokey eye to pump up the glam, use Stila’s Magnificent Metals Foil Finish Eye Shadow in the shade Comex Platinum in your eye crease to achieve this look”.
We love Karlie Kloss’s deep parting and side swept locks requires a high performing product that won’t give you flyaways, our resident hair expert Lauren recommends the Oscar worthy Living Proof’s Satin Hair Serum. Want some extra time to achieve this classic Hollywood look? Book a 75 minute VIP service for just £75!
Kirsten Dunst’s goth glam brought a messy charm to the usually clean cut Oscar’s red carpet. Lauren advises, “shake up your long bob out with Living Proof’s Amp Instant Texture Volumizer to get this look, the more disheveled the better!”.
Viola Davis’s short but sweet style showed us you don’t have to have flowing locks to look ladylike. Our hair pros recommend styling your short cut with Tigi Catwalk’s Root Boost Spray to give it that extra bit of volume.
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