Hanging with her mom, Diana Ross, at a fashion show, Tracee wore clean, barely-there makeup.
At the premiere of ‘Sliding Doors,’ Ross rocked an attention-getting, metallic copper lipstick.
At a fete for Valentino, Ross sported springy, colorful makeup: pale yellow shadow, silver eyeliner and shimmery rose gloss.
Ross wore a bright, matte red lip at the ‘8 Mile’ premiere in Hollywood.
A the premiere of ’Charlie’s Angels 2 – Full Throttle,’ Tracee turned heads in a bold, ultraviolet lip and kohl-rimmed eyes.
At a Bvlgari store opening, Ross balanced seafoam green eyeshadow with coppery-orange cheeks and lips.
At the taping of ‘Genius: A Night For Ray Charles,’ Tracee sported electric purple lipstick that perfectly matched her spaghetti strap dress.
Ross rocked out in deep burgundy lipstick at Oprah Winfrey’s Legends Ball.
At a Carolina Herrera boutique opening, Tracee wore a pop of neon orange shadow on lids.
At HBO’s ‘Life Support’ screening, Ross looked effortlessly pulled-together in periwinkle blue-rimmed eyes and a rosy flush.
At the ‘Vote For Change’ shoot, Ross rocked fluffy curls, a dab of mascara and show-stopping, bright cherry red lips.
At the 39th NAACP Image Awards, Ross looked so sophisticated in just enough black eye pencil and a luscious, golden-pink lip gloss. Perfect!
Ross wore a shock of electric blue shadow on her lids at ‘The September Issue’ premiere.
At the 2010 Divine Design gala, Ross showed up rocking vaguely flushed cheeks and a pale, 1960s-mod mouth.
At the grand opening of Books and Cookies in Santa Monica, Ross wore chic French braids and a pop of matte, cherry rid lipstick.