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Looking for some bridal beauty inspiration? Look no further than the red-hot red carpet. Sienna Miller continues to wow with the rose gold trend, Busy Philipps keeps things fresh, and Gina Rodriguez embodies simplistic drama. Here's how to recreate their stunning looks for your own big day.
Sienna Miller at the 'High-Rise' Premiere: Remember when Sienna Miller started a hair salon frenzy with her 'rose gold' highlights? Well, she's staying true to the hue and giving major bridal inspiration with this makeup look. Begin with a foundation with mica or other glow-inducing agents to give you a healthy, all-over radiance. Use a bronzer on the apples of your cheeks and a highlighter on all the high points to add warmth and glow. Make sure your brows are well-shaped and filled in, and line the eyes with a brown kohl liner. Extend the liner a little darker and lower around the outer corners and to the halfway point under the lower lashes. Then, use a copper-colored shadow all over the upper lid and underneath the lower lashes. Finish with a few coats of mascara, and top everything off with a pink/nude shade of lipstick.
Busy Philipps at the Norma Jean Gala Benefitting Hollygrove: Spring brides, embrace the season with a simple, bright look like Busy Philipps. To start, use a BB Cream to even out your skin, but keep it looking natural and fresh. Next add a hint of pink blush on the cheekbones, concentrating on the apples. Tightline the eyes with a waterproof black liner to help make them pop, and use a lengthening mascara to make sure your lashes look nice and long. Use a nude eyeshadow with some shimmer to further brighten the eye area, and then punch up the look with a bright, matte orange lipstick.
Gina Rodriguez at the CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Awards: How do you glam up a simple makeup look for your wedding? The key is to keep your skin lightweight and fresh, and then turn up the volume elsewhere — let Gina Rodriguez be your guide! First, use a lightweight foundation to ensure that your natural skin shows through, but you have a flawless base. Then warm up the cheeks slightly with a stick-formula blush for a natural, dewy flush. Define and shape the brows, and use a heavier hand than normal with your brow powder of choice, for a bolder effect. On the eyes, apply a strip of long, lush faux lashes to the top lid, but leave the bottom bare of any mascara. Apply a shimmering white shadow on the upper lid and in the inner corners, and finish with a glossy red lipstick. Voila! Fresh, but glamorous.
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