Lily Collins — the star of Netflix’s highly popular Emily in Paris — sure is channeling her character’s enterprising spirit with this duo-toned eyeshadow look.
Those kohl-rimmed peepers sure make for an arresting sight. Elle Fanning allows them to take centrestage by keeping the rest of her makeup comparatively simple.
Soft, dusty peach tones turn bold when they’re paired with fluttery falsies and a high-shine gloss. Lana Condor is living proof.
Emma Corrin pays tribute to ‘60s pop icon, Twiggy, with spidery bottom lashes and slicked-back locks.
What better way is there to commemorate her role as the queen of chess with a look that emits major royalty vibes? Anya Taylor-Joy gets it.
Slicked-back tresses help show off Eiza Gonzalez’s stunning bone structure — and impeccable contour, of course.
Her character in Bridgerton might be a bit of a wallflower, but that’s hardly the case when it comes to the actress who plays her. Nicola Coughlan demonstrates how to turn up the volume with this high-octane makeup look.
Amanda Seyfried could give a masterclass on how to pull off old-school Hollywood glam.
Elevate — and modernise — classic winged liner by opting for a striking hue beyond black. Liz Koshy’s white flicks certainly steal the show.
Julia Garner sure is giving us a case of lip envy with her patent scarlet pout. Seriously, it’s so shiny, we could probably spot our reflection in it.
Talk about impressive braid work. Laverne Cox’s tresses are a true masterpiece.
Paging for Tiffany Haddish to give us the lowdown on her skincare routine, please.
A muted makeup look serves as the perfect contrast to Sarah Hyland’s vibrant copper-red locks.