This week saw the Time 100 Gala red carpet turn into a springtime wonderland, where athletes, entertainers, and activists came out to celebrate their fellow honorees – all dressed to impress in unexpectedly bold colors and toned-down makeup.
It was refreshing to see the likes of Taylor Swift, Brie Larson, and Emilia Clarke having more fun on the red carpet, rocking everything from bright greens to dreamy pastels, and everything in between. But, of course, no look is complete without the perfect beauty look – and you can discover the best ones from the night in Savoir Flair‘s roundup, below.
Martha Hunt proved that sometimes all it takes is a swipe of eyeliner and a bold red lip to elevate any look. Hairstylist Benoit Moeyaert gave the model a beachy waved, tucked faux-bob as to not distract from her feathery Jason Wu frock.
Makeup artist Robert Sesnek did an amazing job highlighting actress Sophia Bush’s beautiful green eyes. Evidently, black lined eyes, dewy skin, and a peachy pout are all you need for a soft but striking makeup look.
Julianne Moore and Givenchy have always been a match made in heaven. With celebrity makeup artist Hung Vanngo’s take on a dewy smoky eye (which we are frankly obsessed with) and a swept-back low bun, the red carpet veteran stole the show once again.
We’re not sure what we love more, Larson’s custom Prada gown or the Marvel actress’ fresh-faced dew. A natural take on red carpet makeup, she was bronzed to perfection with a simple glossy lip and swept-back hair.
Clarke completed her daring Dolce and Gabbana gown with a defined eye, rose-stained lips and (thanks to renowned hairstylist Ben Skirvin) a chic and sleek chin-length bob.
Dripping in gold, Queen of the red carpet Naomi Campbell gave us major Cleopatra vibes with her sharp, sleek bob. The supermodel completed her golden Valentino look with a kohl-smudged liner and a simple glossy lip.
Sandra Oh has had quite the style transformation this year, proving she’s not afraid to experiment with fashion and beauty. This is clear from her 80s-inspired faux-hawk, which added a bit of edge to her Oscar de la Renta gown. Makeup artist Danielle Vincent picked up on the blush accents of the dress with a creamy pink lip.