Go for the glam with three dramatic looks straight from the red carpet.
Cara Delevingne at the Suicide Squad European Premiere
Want to add a little edge to a boho affair or play up your personal glam rock style? Cara Delevingne offers the perfect combination of hard and soft. Start with a matte finish foundation, buffing everything into a smooth, soft canvas. Warm up your cheekbones with a matte bronzer in the contours of your face and then focus on the eyes.
Shape and define your brows so they are full and more prominent than your everyday look, and then tight line your upper and lower lids. Smudge the liner under the lower lashes in the outer corners. Use a slate gray eyeshadow from the upper lashes to the crease of your lid, and smudge it under the lower lashes. Use a dark brown shadow in the crease, and coat the lashes with mascara. Add a matte nude lipstick and you're done.
Shay Mitchell at the 2016 Teen Choice Awards
Looking for an ultra-glam look that ignores convention? We've got you covered! To recreate Shay Mitchell's look, prep the skin with a luminous finish primer and then use your favorite full-coverage foundation. Do a traditional contour and highlight, and don't defuse the bronzer too much, to keep that sharp, glam effect.
For the eyes, tight line with a jet black pencil and here's the trick: to create the smokey red eye, use a blush palette. Use a tool to make sure your shadow has the ultra-sharp, defined cat-eye shape, and tap a copper glitter over the top of the color from lashes to the crease and below the lower lashes. Don't forget a strip of thick faux lashes or the brows! Define the brows with a pencil first, to get the shape you want and then fill them in with a gel formula. Nude liner and lipstick complete the look.
Ashley Benson at the 2016 Teen Choice Awards
If you're a bride who likes to experiment with your beauty looks, this one will definitely give your wedding photos an exciting editorial edge. To get Ashley Benson's awards show look, use a BB Cream or lightweight foundation to even out your complexion followed by a light wash of pink blush on the cheekbones and heavy highlighter on all the highpoints of the face. Brush your eyebrows up and out and fill them in, making sure you let the individual hairs show for a natural look.
Line the lips and fill them in with a semi-matte light pink. Onto the show-stopper: line the eyes with a gray pencil, taking the line out past the outer corners of the lower lashes and blurring the lower line to give it a "second-day" look. Then, smudge a plum/gray eyeshadow under your lower lashes. Finally, place a splotch of gold shadow under the lower lashes in the middle of each eye, and use a coat or two of mascara on the upper lashes.