Like everyone else, we've got a serious case of Emma Stone envy. Between a starring role in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, the dreamiest Brit boyfriend ever, and an ever-rotating roster of gorgeous, polished designer outfits, Emma's ruling Hollywood right now. But more than anything else, we want to steal her perfect beauty looks. Between her edgy auburn bob, her glowy skin, and her total embrace of bold lipcolor, she's the cool bride's ultimate beauty inspiration. As usual, she killed it at The Amazing Spider-Man 2's New York City premiere after-party recently, and her springy pink makeup is begging to be paired with a flowy gown and bouquet of fresh May blooms. Learn how to get her rosy, romantic beauty look below!
Pink Lips: Emma offsets her famous flaming locks with a wash of pink lipcolor. She may be the only person on Earth genetically blessed with those bee-stung lips, but you can fake it with a high-gloss liquid formula, or a creamy, moisturizing lipstick.
Superlong Lashes: The best way to get Emma's Hollywood siren eyes is, of course, falsies. Go in for extensions before your wedding day (they run between $200 and $300), or pick up DIY lashes at the drugstore and glue them on before your wedding day. You could also go a more simple route: Layer on black volumizing mascara. Add thick liner on your top lash line, winging it out at the corners, and you're ready for the red carpet (or the aisle).
Rosy Cheeks: Emma always looks like someone (read: Andrew Garfield) couldn't help grabbing her face and pinching both her cheeks. We'll never know her secret for perpetual rosiness, but no one will know if you pretend with a creamy pink blush on the apples of your cheeks.
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Beachy bob: We've always loved Emma's hair, but we're particularly obsessed with her latest style. The best part about the 'do? Her piece-y waves look perfect on both short and long hair. Get the look with a texturizing mousse or spray. For a more natural, undone look, skip the blow-dryer and scrunch one-inch sections of your hair into waves with the palm of your hand. After your hair dries, go over any wonky pieces with a curling iron for a few seconds (but leave the ends alone!).