5 beauty looks from the Suicide Squad cast that totally slayed
If you haven't already bought your ticket to see Suicide Squad, fret not, as the cast is giving a different kind of show altogether with its appearances at its various international premieres and events. And while three of the pretty young things in the cast — Margot Robbie, Cara Delevingne and newcomer Karen Fukuhara — have been getting some serious competition from fellow DC co-stars like Jared Leto and Ezra Miller, the ladies still came up tops in our opinion. Here are the looks that killed:
Cara Delevingne's heavy makeup
Trust a bonafide supermodel to carry off the near impossible: heavy, smoky, metallic eyes and bright, red lipstick — without looking like the Joker's younger sister.
Margot Robbie's romantic braid
Look closer and you'll see that Robbie's soft, blonde waves have been fashioned into an undone plait. We love how relaxed and pretty it looks, gently framing her lightly made up face.
Karen Fukuhara's sleek waves
Japanese-American actress Fukuhara, who plays Katana in the film, may not be as well-known as her co-stars, but we love the tousled, ombré look she wore for the world premiere. Her waves started higher up on the head, above her ears, for a glossy and voluminous style.
Margot Robbie's multi-dimensional lip
In case you haven't noticed, bold lips are in. Robbie takes hers up a notch with a rich, oxblood shade with a gorgeous sheen — notice the highlights on the centre of her lower and upper lip.
Cara Delevingne's everyday smoky look
While she's known for her expressive brows, Delevingne also wears a smouldering eye look well. Her thinly-rimmed, smudged liner and a palette of soft grey and pink-toned eyeshadows on the eyes, creates the perfect day-to-night smoky.
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