Beauty Highlights from Awards Show Season

Awards season brings out the best beauty looks from America’s favorite celebs. Here's how you can achieve their looks at home.

55425 Awards Show Beauty
55425 Awards Show Beauty

55425 Awards Show Beauty

People’s Choice Awards co-host Anna Faris rocked a smoky cat eye on the red carpet. Peach blush and neutral lip gloss complement the look without competing with the dramatic eye makeup. For a classic cat eye, nothing beats a liquid liner; try Estee Lauder Double-Wear Zero Smudge Liner ($24 at Nordstrom).

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Katherine McPhee went for bold lips and a sleek bun at the People’s Choice Awards. To give your locks a sleek look, pull back your mane, then secure and smooth with Bumble and Bumble Hairdressers Invisible Oil ($39 at Sephora).

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Taylor Swift looked fresh and youthful with red-orange lips and thick lashes at the Golden Globe Awards. For your own thick, red carpet-ready lashes try Benefit’s They’re Real Mascara ($23 at Sephora).

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Lupita Nyong’o always looks chic on the red carpet and she didn’t disappoint at this year’s Golden Globes. To match her violet dress Lupita went with purple eye shadow and a magenta lip color. For a jewel-toned eye look check out Lancome’s Color Design Eye Brightening All-In-One 5 Shadow Palette in Amethyst Glam ($50 at Macys).

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At the SAG awards, Reese Witherspoon’s sleek pony and bright pink lips complemented her minimalistic off-the-shoulder dress. Hot pink lipstick can help brighten up fair wintertime skin. Try MAC lipstick in Chatterbox ($18 at MAC), a bright yet warm shade that won’t overpower your face.

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Chrissy Teigen’s long beachy waves looked amazing at this year’s Grammy Awards. Most people don’t have hair this great without a little help. If you want to rock this look, make it surprisingly simple with the use clip in hair extensions ($100 – $200 at Hair Pop). They offer shades for every hair color. Just clip them in to your own hair and curl as desired.

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