Kristen Stewart surprised on-lookers with her brand new cropped hairstyle at Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week. The 24-year-old debuted her fiery layered shag at the Chanel fashion show to celebrate Karl Lagerfeld's Fall/Winter 2014 couture collection...and get this--it was only 2 hours old! That's right, Kristen's hairstylist Ken O'Rourke had the honor of giving her the brand new look and they cut it in her hotel bathroom right before Kristen got ready for the event. Ken shared that he didn't use any product and no hairdryer--he simply let it air-dry. Yup, that's right. Kristen's hair just naturally looks that good. #HairEnvy? Most definitely. He took it a step further by letting us know that it will most likely look even better the next day after she's slept on it. Of course, because no one rocks bed-head better than K-Stew! Not only couldn't we take our eyes off her fresh new 'do, but Kristen was also sporting some gorgeous shimmering rose eyeshadow that was instantly a summer must-have! Emma Kotch, who has worked with Kristen many times in the past during European press events, helped the start get ready using mostly products from the CHANEL beauty line.
Charlize Theron turned heads as she took her seat front row for the debut of the Dior Fall/Winter 2014 Haute Couture Collection during Paris Fashion Week donning a beautiful little gold sequined dress, a textured hairstyle and flawless subtle makeup. We may not all be able to rock a mini dress with the effortless ease of the stunning actress, but you can steal her beauty look with the Dior products she used below.
Diane Kruger rocked the red carpet for the Hollywood premiere to celebrate the second season of her hit FX show "The Bridge"; she stepped out wearing the most energetic patchwork dress by Mary Katrantzou that was bursting with color. The dress may have been the focal point of Diane's look upon entrance, but it wasn't the only highlight because when she exited we were treated with a look at her seriously cool braid-on-braid low ponytail hairstyle that was created by Kylee Heath. Who doesn't like to beat the summer heat with an oh-so-chic braid? In fact, this double-braid is so cool, it's perfect for every season. Get details below on how you can recreate the look--straight from the source!
Naomi Watts made an incredibly elegant arrival on the red carpet for the Cannes Film Festival premiere of "How To Train Your Dragon 2" in a gorgeous custom made Marchesa goddess gown. A glamorous dress calls for a major hair and makeup moment, and Naomi's go-to-gal Mary Wiles helped the beautiful actress achieve her desired look with a flawless ethereal makeup palette. "Naomi is stunning, so I wanted to emphasis her beautiful features subtlety, and keep her look fresh-faced and modern to compliment the romantic [Marchesa] dress," Mary explained the inspiration behind the look.
For a someone who took a long flight straight from the New Orleans set of her latest movie to the red carpet in France for the Cannes Film Festival premiere of "Clouds of Sils Maria", Kristen Stewart was the epitome of refreshed beauty -- from her rosy cheeks to her glamorous glossy tresses -- as she posed for the cameras in a sparkling lace embroidered Chanel Haute-Couture jumpsuit. Want the tips on recreating this ultra-glam look for yourself? Kristen's beauty team shared all of the secrets with The Fashion Court --- and I'm sharing them with you!
Adèle Exarchopoulos had possibly one of the best beauty moments at the Cannes Film Festival this year when she hit the red carpet for the "Grace of Monaco" premiere during the opening ceremony. The 20-year-old French actress wore a fabulous black and white Louis Vuitton gown that served as inspiration for both her metallic smoky eyes and her funky evening plait hairstyle.
It may have been her first time celebrating a film at the Cannes Film Festival, but Chloë Grace Moretz walked the red carpeted marches like a pro for the "Clouds of Sils Maria" screening in her whimsical mint feathered Chanel couture gown. The blonde beauty let her long wavy locks cascade over her bare shoulders and got ready for her close-up with a 'fresh face'! Makeup artist Mai Quynh created a glowing "soft and ethereal" look for Chloë after taking inspiration from her dress; from the spring color to the pretty feather and jewel embroideries. The goal was to create a soft look to keep focus on the dress.
Sarah Gadon dazzled her way down the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival for the "Maps to the Stars" premiere, but the Canadian actress exuded radiance due to more than just excitement and her gorgeous blue lace Giorgio Armani Privé gown---her makeup was flawless! FACE: Sarah's skin was prepped with Diorskin Nude BB Creme Nude Glow Skin Perfecting Beauty Balm in N°001 Light, which freshened the skin while moisturizing and smoothing for sheer coverage. Dior Glow Maximizer in N°001 was then applied for a luminous glow. CHEEKS: Diorskin Rosy Glow in Petal N°001 was applied to her cheeks for a natural flush.
Jessica Alba was quite the golden goddess at this year's Met Gala. The "Dear Eleanor" actress arrived to the white tie affair to honor the "Charles James: Beyond Fashion" exhibit with a beyond beautiful look that included a pale gold lace Diane von Furstenberg gown, shimmering jewels, a retro sculpted 'do, and makeup that was given the Midas touch by Avon Global Celebrity Makeup Artist Lauren Andersen. "Jessica is wearing a beautiful gold lace dress by DVF, so I wanted her makeup to look fresh and luminous. We wanted to create a monochromatic look so I used gold on her eyes so that everything looks seamless," Lauren said of the inspiration behind the look.
You can always count on Zoë Kravitz to bring a little edge to the red carpet, and at this year's Met Gala she didn't disappoint. The "Divergent" star put her own spin on the white tie dress code with a slinky cranberry Topshop gown featuring bold cut-outs that she complimented with equally sultry smoky eyes and a matching glossy pout. CHANEL Celebrity Makeup Artist Kara Yoshimoto Bua helped Zoë get ready for the night by giving her 'a new version of a glamorous smoky eye.' "The costume and the drama of the 30s inspired the look," Kara explained. "Zoë wanted to focus on the eye, but give it a pop without being too dark. So we decided to actually use a red lipstick on the lid, worked in with taupe and reddish brown shadows to make the effect stand out from a regular smoky eye."
Charlize Theron dazzled on the red carpet for this year's Met Gala, which honored the "Charles James: Beyond Fashion" exhibit with a strict white tie dress code. The "A Million Ways To Die In The West" actress stunned in a Dior piped gown with a black blazer draped over her shoulders. Diamond ear cuffs added an extra sparkle to her look while Dior Beauty pro--and Charlize's longtime makeup artist, Pati Dubroff helped complete her look with a flawless palette. SKIN: Charlize moisturized with BODY J’adore Dior Dry Silky Body Oil before Pati applied Dior Dreamskin Perfect Skin Creator to even out the skin. EYES: Pati gave the eyes a smoky appearance using the Diorshow Fusion Mono Eyeshadow in Cosmos #281 before adding drama with the Dior Addict It-Lash Mascara in It-Black #092---from the new It-Lash line that launches in stores nationwide and on Dior.com on June 1, 2014. LIPS: To emphasize Charlize's natural lip tone, Pati used a soft pink shade -- the Rouge Dior Lipstick in Swan #263.