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Alison Brie at The Hollywood Reporter and Jimmy Choo's Power Stylists Dinner: Brides looking to embrace the non-white gown trend, this one's for you. Alison Brie's dramatic wine-colored dress and eyeshadow situation is sophisticated and fun. To achieve her look, start by evening out your skin tone with a cushion compact foundation that offers a radiant finish. Line the upper and lower lash line with a soft, brown pencil and play with shades of purple and burgundy to get your perfect smokey eye. Alison has a plum color on the upper lids up to the crease, and a deep pink in and slightly above the crease, with both of those colors blended under the lower lashes. Make sure to use a highlighter in the inner corners to keep your eyes bright, even with the dark effect. Several coats of mascara and heavily defined eyebrows finish the look.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley at The Hollywood Reporter and Jimmy Choo's Power Stylists Dinner: Most of the time when we think of a certain feature popping with color, it's the eyes or lips, but Rosie Huntington-Whitely's look reminds us of a road less traveled — playing up the cheeks. Radiant skin is the perfect starting point, then add a bright pink blush to the apples of your cheeks. A red lip ensures the look stays firmly in the sophisticated category and doesn't lean toward romantic and dreamy. Brows are defined, and eye makeup is kept at a minimum — tight-lining and one or two coats of mascara on the upper lashes is sufficient.
Kaley Cuoco at PALEYFEST: For brides who shy away from the oh-so-popular dewy look, Kaley Cuoco shows you can be radiant and still have a matte finish to your skin. To copy the look, use a matte foundation followed by a powder highlighter on the high points of your face. And then of course there's that semi-matte lip, which is perfect for spring, and an unexpected lip color for the bride is definitely a memorable makeup moment! A soft wash of pink on the cheekbones, a thin line of liquid liner with some individual false lashes at the outer corners of the eyes, and well-defined eyebrows complete what would be an unexpected and show-stopping bridal look.