The five best beauty looks at the Tony Awards
We're not quite sure why Kendall Jenner was there at the awards, but the Estée Lauder spokesmodel was a headturner in a heavily-sequinned Calvin Klein minidress and a fresh, natural look. Think lots of peach-hued bronzer (that brought out the tones in her dress), nude lip gloss and and piece-y hair strands at the front.
Rose Byrne was there for her play You Can't Take it With You. We love how the elegant actress manages to make her ombré lob look as sophisticated as any classic hairdo and that she matched her vermillon lipstick to her dress — normally a no-no — and still looked fabulous.
Constance Jablonski was perhaps a bit too casual sartorially, but we can't fault her flawless honeyed locks and enviable tan. The model seemed to have floated by on a passing wave and onto the red carpet with her summery hair and makeup.
Actress Ashley Greene had the privilege of being made up by Nick Barose — one of our favourite and most tongue-in-cheek makeup artists. Barose credited Greene's own good cheekbones for her defined contours, but we're loving her perfect arches and gorgeous eyes, as well as her rich, mocha hair colour that subtly lightens towards the end.
And finally Jennifer Lopez gives us a masterclass on red carpet beauty. Last seen with blonde waves at the Billboard Awards, she seems to have done a 180°. Though Lopez has lopped off her long locks into the ever-popular lob, you can easily fake this look on longer hair by curling and pinning your hair under. We love the combination of her wine lips, rumoured mink lashes and lit-from-within glow. Plus the fact that she's toned down the bronzer and revealed her true, creamy complexion on both her face and body. Bravo.
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