The Best Celebrity Bridal Beauty Looks of the Week

Celebrity, Hair & Beauty

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From dramatic, dark red lipstick to retro eye makeup and fuss-free, summer braids, this week ran the gamut in the world of celebrity beauty. One thing they all had in common? Whether with bright blush or shimmering bronzer, everyone was sporting perfect, glowing complexions — the most important wedding-day accessory. Here, the looks we loved.

Marion Cotillard at the London Premiere of Two Days, One Night (above): Matching peach blush and sheer lip gloss gave this French beauty a light, summery glow. Her wispy chignon is so low maintenance — we just love it when every hair isn't supposed to be in place! Try her look for a destination wedding and wear it with a soft, chiffon dress and metallic sandals to channel your inner-French girl.


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Shay Mitchell at the Teen Choice Awards: Paired with an undone side braid, Shay made her glamorous, polished makeup seem effortless. For all of you fall brides, try her dark red lip — it would look so good with an autumnal color palette.


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Taylor Swift at the New York City Premiere of The Giver: We are loving Taylor's chic, side-parted bob — it's simultaneously youthful and sophisticated. Worn with bronze makeup and a pop of bright pink lipstick, this would be just the thing for an evening wedding in the city.


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Nina Dobrev at the Los Angeles Premiere of Let's Be Cops: Nina shows us how to wear your hair down while maintaining volume and keeping it off your face. With rosy cheeks, sheer pink lips and super-long eyelashes, she incorporated the perfect amount of retro appeal into her look. Try this for an afternoon wedding and be sure to pair it with knockout earrings, since this half-up hairstyle will let them be on full display.


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Rosamund Pike at the London Premiere of Hector and the Search for Happiness: When in doubt, go classic. With shiny, blonde locks and timeless red lipstick, Rosamund's beauty look is so reminiscent of an Alfred Hitchcock star. (Not a bad comparison to receive on your wedding day, no?) Whether you pair it with a slim sheath or traditional ball gown, this one works with practically any type of dress.

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