Leo season has officially started, but whether you’re celebrating your birthday in the next month or not, now’s the time to add embrace self-expression and creativity. And whether or not you believe in astrology, there’s no denying that the ultimate way to get creative with your makeup is by adding some cool color and switching up your shades. Don’t believe us? These celebrity beauty looks are sure to change your mind.
Proving that color can be chic and subtle, actress Zoey Deutch opted for a sheer wash of shimmery mauve to make her hazel eyes pop. Makeup artist Jenna Kristina extended the shadow out to create a winged shape, before adding a slick of mascara for some extra definition. Creamy skin warmed with a touch of bronze and a naturally textured lob made for the perfect finishing touches.
Never one to shy away from a loud lash, Lucy Boynton didn’t disappoint with her fluttery falsies this week. Although this may be one of the less ‘out there’ looks from the British beauty, she still managed to add her signature edge with a splash of pink eyeshadow matched perfectly to a powdery pout – because who said pink has to be girly?
Brazilian bombshell Adriana Lima matched her statement smile to her sparkly Magda Butrym dress at the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood premiere. Teaming her classic power pout with her signature slicked-back locks, she exuded glamour as she took to the red carpet as the ultimate Lady in Red.
Margot Robbie also made her way down the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood red carpet, but opted for a totally different vibe with her “hot summer 70s” look. Armed with Chanel beauty products, makeup artist Pati Dubroff created a gorgeous, glossy look using the ‘Ombre Première Gloss Solaire’ on her eyes and the ‘Rouge Coco Flash in 66 Pulse’ on her lips. As for that bronzed glow? All thanks to Chanel’s ‘Soleil Tan de Chanel’ and ‘Duo Bronze et Lumière’ bronzer and highlighter duo.
At first glance, it might look like Cara Delevingne’s rocking a classic cat-eye, but look a little closer, and you’ll see that makeup artist Kate Synnott actually used a blue hue to line and define her eyes. This small swap is the perfect way to inject some color into your makeup if you don’t want to commit to a full-on bright beauty look. Team with a twisted top-knot, defined brows, and natural skin for the ultimate statement stare.