Get the best Makeup Looks Inspired by celebs

By Rachel Barton

We are hooked on watching the red carpets for the glamour, the glitz and the killer make-up looks. Now, the artists behind these genius make-up ideas spill their secrets for us.

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Lashes and Lips – Keri Hilson

The person responsible for Hilson’s gorgeous look, Ashunta Sheriff, make-up artist for the stars and Mark Kay, points out, women with dark skin can really play up both their lips and their lashes without appearing overly done.

Ethereal Glow – Kate Winslet

Kate Winslet has the capacity to radiate without any need for bronzer or the damaging effects of the sun.Linda Melazzo, her personal make-up artist, loves allowing Winslet’s natural beauty shine through by sticking with light make-up and natural colors.

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Electric Pink Lips – Emma Stone

Hot pink lips are sexy, young and vivacious. Mai Quynh, Mark make-up artist, who created her look, loves how striking the color in contrast with Emma’s lovely pale skin.

The Classic Red Lip – Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller sports her pouty red lip to perfection showing off why this time-honored make-up tradition has stood the test of time for ingénues and screen sires alike. Emma O’Byrne, Miller’s make-up artist, updated this look by pairing it with shimmery cheeks.

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Bronze Flush – Minka Kelly

Minka Kelly shows off her radiant glow enhanced by bronzer and blush.Matthew VanLeeuwen, Kelly’s make-up artist stated that she reminded him of a young Sophia Loren and is continuously inspired by the outfits she chooses and her amazing tan.

Sunset Shadow – Scarlett Johansson

For the Oscars, Gianpaolo Ceciliato,Johansson’s make-up artist, didn’t want her eyes to match her dress to closely, so instead chose to paint a tequila sunrise look with a dusty blend of shadows on her eyes. Ceciliato stated that the reddish bronze eye shadows really made her green eyes stand out, and he was right.

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Rachel Barton

Rachel Barton specializes in style and beauty. She has done MA from the Oxford University. She has 10 years of writing experience and she is also involved in the makeup industry for the last 6 years. She is now a leading contributor of TBI for various makeup and beauty related articles.