Generally matchy matchy is not the way to go. But with a sunny of-the-moment orange, we’re digging it. The key with such a bright shade is to make sure the rest of your makeup is polished yet simple, and going sleek and chic like Tracee with the hair won’t hurt.
Bright citrus polishes tend to make you look tan, even if the closest you’ve come to the sun is feeling it through your office window. To steal Tichina Arnold’s style, use a yellow that is more bright than pastel. We like Sally Hansen Triple Shine in Lemon Shark, $5, drugstores.
Creamy matte red is a classic gorgeous look. Steal Hannah Bronfman’s style by layering your favorite matte bright red over a good moisturizer. Before you apply the color line your lips and fill them in about half way with pencil.
The blue hair is making a statement, yes. But we’re also interested in how airbrushed-perfect Nicole’s skin looks. For light, flawless coverage in summer try BareMinerals BareSkin Pure Brightening Foundation, $29. The base is coconut-derived, so there’s no silicone—you’ll love how you look after buffing on just two drops of this liquid. Trust us.
As the latest spokemodel for Lancome, we’re sure Lupita will be rocking many a Lancome lacquer in the future. We reallly love this midnight navy look—an interesting color choice for summer. Lupita’s color looks like the brand’s new Summer 2014 shade Marine Chic, $15.
A deep wine lip is so sexy for night, as shown here on model Jasmine Tookes. It looks even better paired with a clean white or pastel ensemble. Try Ilia Lip Gloss in Gypsy, $24.
Lucky us Jourdan posted the exact cinnamon shade she used in this Instavideo. It’s Maybelline ColorSensational Lipcolor in Maple Kiss, $7, drugstores.
Even if you don’t have your own Mini Me, definitely try a classic red mani this summer. It’s always super sexy. We love Essie Really Red, $8, ulta.com.
We see a lot of brows out there that are too structured, too severe—just not quite right. But here, Ms. Union’s are perfect. To steal her look, use a powder brow filler like Bobbi Brown’s Dark Brow Kit, $47. Using a light coverage of powder start filling in your brow at the arch and move to the tail. Use the powder very sparingly at the inner part of the brow—this is the area that is often overly darkened and contoured.