Sophia Bush goes for punchy lipstick, Freida Pinto opts for purple eye shadow, and Lily James is the epitome of a modern-day princess. Here, the red-carpet beauty looks we loved this week.
Sophia Bush on Extra: Getting married on the beach? Sophia's entire look is perfect for warm-weather nuptials, from her side-swept, choppy waves to her bright lipstick. To make it last in a hot climate, though, go for weather-proof beauty products. That means locking in your tousled waves with a humidity resistant spray, like Big Sexy Hair Weather Proof Spray, and wearing blush and lip stains for light, long-lasting wear. We likeStila Raspberry Crush Cheek and Lip Stain.
Freida Pinto at a screening of Desert Dancer: There's nothing like a bit of subtle purple eye shadow to emphasize brown eyes. (And as Freida shows us, it can actually be softer than black smoky eye makeup!) For your wedding, keep it toned down by wearing it only on your upper lids — don't extend it past the creases — and pair it with understated hair and makeup. A simple chignon, a touch of bronzer, and nude lipstick will finish the look without appearing overdone.
Lily James at the Tokyo premiere of Cinderella: Even in her blush dress, Lily James looks like she could be ready to walk down the aisle. Her blowout has the golden done-to-undone ratio, and her makeup (gold eye shadow, dusty rose blush, and peach lipstick) makes her look every bit the glowing bride. But a tip on how to get that perfectly imperfect hair: First of all, choose a cool-girl center part like Lily did. Prep with texture balm, like Bumble and Bumble Texture, $14, to give your hair a bit of grip, and finish with a shine spray, likePantene Pro-V Classic Care Shine Spray, so you don't forgo the polish.