7 Winter Beauty Trends to Try Right Now

Charlize Theron's sexy pout, Angelina Jolie's nude lips and Lea Michele's spider lashes are just some of the looks you'll want to sport this season

01 of 07

DEEP RED LIPS WITH MINIMAL MAKEUP

DEEP RED LIPS WITH MINIMAL MAKEUP
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Jump on the red-lip bandwagon (hey, people are into it for a reason!) and take a cue from – who really took the cue from Snow White: Go for a dark, dramatic mouth while keeping the rest of your makeup low-key.

02 of 07

A NAKED POUT WITH DRAMATIC EYES

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Or, if you’re just not that into the red lip look, leave your mouth totally bare à la . Just be sure to play up your peepers either by loading up on black liner or smoldering in a smoky eye.

03 of 07

SPIDER LASHES

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Once considered a retro no-no, chunky eyelashes are suddenly very in. First spotted on the runways last year, they’re just now starting to pop up on the red carpet on celebs like . To try it, dab the mascara wand onto your lashes rather than combing it through.

04 of 07

JUST-OUT-OF-BED SIDE BRAIDS

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slightly messy do is right on-trend, giving off an effortlessly chic vibe. Tease your locks (or skip the shower and spritz on dry shampoo) for volume, make a deep side part, then create the braid over one shoulder. Finish it off by pulling out a few pieces to keep the plait from looking too sleek.

05 of 07

MATCHING LIPS AND CHEEKS

MATCHING LIPS AND CHEEKS
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Here’s one instance where matchy-matchy is actually a good thing! Anne Hathaway proves that dabbing the same hue on your pout and the apples of your cheeks is a surefire way to warm up a light complexion in winter.

06 of 07

STRAWBERRY HONEY-BLONDE HAIR

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The best way to keep highlights looking natural through the chilly months is to go slightly darker. Choose a warm red shade, as recently did, rather than going all-out brunette – it’ll be easier to transition back to blonde once spring arrives.

07 of 07

SEVERE BANGS – WITH A PART

SEVERE BANGS – WITH A PART
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Until Rooney Mara and her blunt fringe came along, you might have thought the only way to change up a look with bangs was to pin them back. Instead, soften them without losing all the edginess by side-parting, and keep bangs in place with a pomade or wax.

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