Looking for bridal beauty inspiration for your wedding day? Look no further than the red carpet! Naomie Harris, Elizabeth Olsen, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley stepped out this week in bridal-perfect beauty looks you can totally recreate for your own big day.
Naomie Harris at the UK Gala of "Our Kind of Traitor": A springtime smokey eye, à la Naomie Harris, is the perfect way to play to the season while still adding some edge to your look. Bonus? It's perfectly apropos for both daytime or nighttime events. To recreate Naomie's look, start with a lightweight foundation, and make sure your brows are filled in and shaped. Add a pop of coral blush on the apples of the cheeks for a burst of springtime color, swipe a clear gloss on your lips, and then focus the rest of your attention on the eyes. First, tightline the lower lash line with a brown kohl liner, and use a black kohl liner right above the upper lash line. Smudge the line for a lived-in effect. Next, select a duo of shimmering brown eyeshadows — ones with purple undertones are ideal — apply them around both eyes, focusing the lighter shade at the inner corners and the darker on the outer. Extend the shadow out past the outer corners in a cateye shape for added drama.
Elizabeth Olsen at a screening of "Captain America: Civil War": You know how they say about if something isn't broken, don't fix it? Well, Elizabeth and her makeup team clearly believe that adage, and can you blame them? We're firmly on board with what is quickly becoming Elizabeth's go-to makeup look — a look that is perfect for the bride who wants to take the no-fuss approach to glamour. To achieve the look yourself, keep your foundation lightweight and simple, and use a cream blush to warm up the cheeks ever-so-slightly. To emulate Elizabeth's to-die for brows, brush them up and out, and fill in any sparse places — go easy on the plucking or waxing! Tightline the eyes and use a primer on the lashes before adding a couple coats of a lengthening mascara to make sure you get the most length possible out of your natural lashes. Then, add a copper shadow above and below the lashes. On the lips, select a shade of lipstick slightly darker than your natural lip color for a nude effect with a little added impact.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley at the Met Gala: One of the first things you think of when you hear Rosie's name is her killer cheekbones, so to emulate her look, it's important to play up yours. Begin with a full coverage foundation with a radiant finish and apply bronzer in the hollows of the cheeks. Then add blush to the cheekbones along the line of the bronzer for added warmth. On the eyes, skip eyeliner, and glue a strip of faux lashes to the top. Use a matte brown eyeshadow and extend it past the brow bone. Define the brows, and then it's highlighter time! The tops of the cheekbones, the bridge of the nose, the brow bone — don't skimp on adding that radiance to your look. Finally, add a matte pink lipstick, and you're done!