11 star beauty secrets for summer
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Celeb Beauty Secrets1 of 12
By Zoe Schaeffer
Ever wonder exactly how your favorite celebs got that sexy smoky eye or perfect matte pout? Glo tracked down the exact products stylists used to create these 11 standout red carpet looks. Go ahead, steal Miranda Kerr's lip color and Jessica Alba's lashes. After all, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
Pretty in Punk2 of 12
Diane Kruger is no stranger to setting trends, and her look at this year's Met Gala will surely inspire. While a shock of pink hair is nothing new, Diane Kruger's dipped pony turned heads at the season's most stylish events. A few sprays of Rita Hazan Pop Color Spray in Pink gave her 'do its rock-star edge.
SHOP NOW: Rita Hazan Pop Color Spray in Pink, $18
Lash Out3 of 12
Lush lashes are a Hollywood mainstay, and at the Social Star Awards in Singapore, Jessica Alba did the glam eye-makeup trend justice. Framed by these luxe faux lashes, the eyes really do have it.
SHOP NOW: Velour Mink Lashes in Strike a Pose, $35
Face Time4 of 12
Kerry Washington's CFDA Awards makeup was created by pro Jeanine Lobell, who centered the star's beauty moment around flawless skin. Lobell used this cake-free foundation—designed to stay put for up to 24 hours—which is perfect for long day-to-evening occasions.
SHOP NOW: Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra 24H Foundation, $45
Brow Wow5 of 12
For Naomi Watts' polished look in Cannes, makeup artist Georgie Eisdell used this all-in-one brow makeup and tool to create a strong arch. (Brow pluckers, take note: A groomed arch will help to define your facial features better than any haircut.) The result on Watts was pure Old Hollywood glamour.
SHOP NOW: Tom Ford Brow Sculptor, $42
Oil Spill6 of 12
Stylist Laini Reeves used Moroccanoil Treatment to finish Amy Adams' '20s-inspired hairstyle at the Man of Steel premiere. Reeves applied the oil from roots to give this throwback 'do a high-wattage sheen.
SHOP NOW: Moroccanoil Treatment, $43
Plum Part7 of 12
To achieve Kate Mara's modern, sleek 'do for the White House Correspondents' Dinner, stylist Brian Magallones made a deep, asymmetrical side part, smoothed on KMS California Hair Play Gel Wax and brushed it back into a low ponytail secured at the nape. For a less dramatic take on the look, try a center part and a higher pony.
SHOP NOW: KMS Hair Play Gel Wax, $16
Code Red8 of 12
For the Star Trek Into Darkness premiere in London, makeup artist Vera Steimberg drew inspiration from Zoe Saldana's dazzling dress to create her 1920s-inspired beauty look. Making her bold red lip the focal point, Steimberg used this lipstick to create an elegant, finished face.
SHOP NOW: Laura Mercier Crème Smooth Lip Colour in Portofino Red, $26
High Marks9 of 12
To achieve Katie Holmes' punk bouffant for the Met Gala, her hairstylist back-combed her hair at the roots and then finished the look with this super-strong hairspray.
SHOP NOW: Alterna Bamboo Style Ultra Hold Hairspray, $22
Blow Out10 of 12
At the CFDA Awards, model Karlie Kloss donned a strong side part that was slicked down for a gorgeously dramatic look. Stylist Josue Perez blew out her hair with this dryer, then finished it with gel. The back of Kloss' hair was given texture with a few strategically placed waves, set with a curling iron.
SHOP NOW: Rowenta Infini Pro Blow Dryer, $160
High Contrast11 of 12
Because makeup artist Rose-Marie Swift felt that a Goth black lip would feel too expected for Miranda Kerr's glamour-girl look for the Met Gala, she went for a deep-rose shade with a dark outline instead. Swift layered brownish cheek color (RMS Lip2Cheek in Illusive) over a RMS Lip Shine in Sacred to create a dimensional, one-of-a-kind color.
Black Out12 of 12
Perfectly in tune with the Met Gala's punk theme, Brit "It" model Cara Delevigne flaunted long, pointed nails that were accented with a gunmetal-hued skull. Coated in Deborah Lippmann's Goth hue Fade to Black (the skulls were created with the brand's color Stardust), the look was both edgy and sophisticated.
SHOP NOW: Deborah Lippmann Nail Lacquer in Fade to Black, $17
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