People.com Lifestyle Style Get the Look: Star Beauty Get the step-by-step how-to from the stars' hair and make-up pros to recreate Hollywood's best red carpet looks. By Katherine Kluznik By People Staff Published on May 11, 2009 08:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email 01 of 32 TAYLOR'S UPDO Kevin Mazur/WireImage Star hair stylist Enzo Angileri went for a “fresh and slightly bohemian” hairstyle for Swift’s red-carpet stroll at the Grammy Awards.How to Do It1: Using a medium-sized iron, curl hair roots to ends.2: Apply Moroccanoil Intense Curl Cream to tips.3: Tilt head back, gather hair and twirl into loose bun, securing with four or five pins.4: Mist hair with Moroccanoil Gold Shimmer Shine Spray. 02 of 32 HALLE'S AFFORDABLE GLAMOUR Jill Johnson/JPI Berry got a luxe Oscars makeup look that was truly affordable using all Revlon products.How to Do It1: Cover lid with Matte Eye Shadow in Peach Sorbet, then define using Riviera Blue and ColorStay 12 Hour Eye Shadow Quad in Sultry Smoke.2: Trace lash line with ColorStay Liquid Eye Pen, then sweep lashes with 3D Extreme Mascara, both in Black.3: Dust Matte Powder Blush in Blushing Berry on cheeks.4: Create a neutral lip with Creme Gloss in Just Blushed. 03 of 32 NATALIE'S AUDREY HEPBURN UPDO Francis Specker/Landov Nexxus Creative Director, Kevin Mancuso, gave Portman an Oscars updo that was “timelessly elegant, modern and romantic.”How to Do It1: Target Nexxus Root Exxtend at root and Nexxus Mousse Plus throughout wet hair. Then blow dry with large round brush.2: Use a medium-sized curling iron to make uneven waves throughout.3: Create a side part. Pull hair back, twist and pin low at the back.4: Fasten a decorative above bun, then secure style with Nexxus Comb Thru. 04 of 32 VANESSA'S ROSY FLUSH Craig Barritt/JPI For Hudgens’s Oscars look, celebrity makeup artist Karan Mitchell used Neutrogena products in neutral shades, plus pink lips to enhance the actress’s natural beauty.How to Do It1: Apply 3-in-1 Concealer under eye and on lid.2: Dust the darker shade from Nourishing Eye Duo in Fairy Dust in crease and cover lash line to brow bone with lighter shade.3: Finish eyes with two coats of Healthy Volume Mascara in Carbon Black.4: For lips, mix MoistureShine Lipstick in Angel’s Blush and Sheer Luck. 05 of 32 FREIDA'S NATURAL GLOW Carlos Diaz/INF Inspired by the “morning sunrise,” Jeffrey Paul created a soft and radiant eye for Pinto’s appearance at the Oscars.How to Do It1: Surround eye with the lightest shade from Dior 5-Colour Eyeshadow Beige Messai, and dust the darkest shade from Dior 5-Colour Eyeshadow in Night Dust at lash line.2: Line eye with <a href="http://www.dillards.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=301&langId=-1&storeId=301&productId=501447229&Ntk=all&Nty=1&N=1000301&Ntt=dior+pencil&search.x=0&search.y=0&searchUrl=%2Fendeca%2FEndecaStartServlet%3FNtk%3Dall%26Nty%3D1%26N%3D1000301%26Ntt%3Ddior%2Bpencil%26search.x%3D0%26search.y%3D0&R=02728706&IN_MERCH=true ">Dior Kohl Eye Pencil.3: Touch Dior 1-Colour Eyeshadow in Blooming Pink on center of eye.4: Plump lashes with DiorShow Mascara in Chestnut. 06 of 32 AMY'S ENCHANTMENT Kevin Mazur/WireImage CoverGirl makeup artist Molly R. Stern dreamed up an alluring look for Adams’s Oscars appearance. How to Do It1: Create a flawless base with YSL Perfect Touch in Blond.2: Apply Nars Cream Eye Shadow in Maracaibo to lids and blend Shu Uemura Shadow in Gray 960 and Purple 700 from lid into crease.3: Define eye with with Trish McEvoy Powder Liner in Arabian Nights and CoverGirl Exact Eyelights in Black Ruby.4: Play up lips with CoverGirl Outlast Lipstain in Plum Pout followed by CoverGirl Wetslicks AmazeMint in Plum Crazy at center of lip. 07 of 32 JENNIFER'S SHIMMER Entertainment Press/Splash News Before nabbing the first Grammy of the night, Hudson dazzled on the red carpet in a shimmering look created by makeup artist Tia Dantzler.How to Do It1: Define eye with Dior 1-Colour Eyeshadow in Smoking Black.2: Add depth using Dior 5-Colour Eyeshadow in Sky Glow.3: Sweep on DiorShow Mascara.4: Finish the look with Dior Addict Ultra Gloss Reflect in #377. 08 of 32 JENNIFER'S EYES Eric Charbonneau/WireImage Makeup artist Angela Levin played off Aniston’s chic Burberry suit for a sexy and simple eye at the He’s Just Not That Into You premiere in L.A.How to Do It1: Cover lids with Shu Uemura Cream Eye Shadow in Beige.2: Apply Chanel Soft Touch Eye Shadow in Le Bronze to outer half of lids and Tina Earnshaw’s Bitter Sweet shadow in crease.3: Highlight brow bone with Chanel Soft Touch Eye Shadow in Platine.4: Line with Chanel Intense Eye Pencil in Ambre and finish with Chanel Intimitable Mascara in Noir. 09 of 32 GWYNETH'S WAVES Kevin Mazur/WireImage Celebrity hairdresser David Babaii used his signature WildAid products to give Paltrow effortlessly sexy waves at the Grammys.How to Do It1: Mist damp hair with Bohemian Beach Spray.2: Create center part, then blow dry with WildAid Blow Dryer and round brush.3: Section hair into top, sides and nape.4: Softly bend large strands using a WildAid Styling Iron, alternating the direction of the wave. 10 of 32 DREW'S PONY Steve Granitz/WireImage Celebrity hairstylist Giannandrea gave Barrymore a fresh and youthful look for the L.A. premiere of He’s Just Not That Into You.How to Do It1: Blow-dry hair using medium round brush, then set with medium Velcro rollers.2: Remove rollers and brush hair back into high ponytail, securing with a band.3: Attach a fall that matches your hair color, finishing by wrapping a small piece to hide hair band.4: Back-brush pony and mist hair with L’Oreal Professionnel Infinium hairspray. Get More Star Beauty > 11 of 32 ANNE'S SEXY WAVES Lucas Jackson/Landov Hairstylist Ted Gibson added va-va-voom waves to Hathaway’s classic coif as “a modern interpretation of new Hollywood” at the premiere of Valentino: The Last Emperor in N.Y.C.How to Do It1: Spray roots with Build It spray.2: Apply Hair Sheet and blow-dry with Y.S. Park round brush.3: Create waves over entire head with 1-in. curling iron, pinning curls to scalp to cool.4: Brush and mist with Ted Gibson Beautiful Hold spray. 12 of 32 AUDRINA'S ROCK-STAR EYES TitoMedia/Splash News Online Celebrity makeup artist Kelsey Deenihan used Napoleon Perdis makeup to give Patridge a sultry, glam-rock look at the MTV Australia Awards.How to Do It1: Define lash line with China Doll Eyeliner.2: Apply Ultra Pearl shadow in Amethyst from lash line beyond crease.3: Sweep on Long Black Mascara.4: Add a pop of color to lash tips with Lash Patrol Mascara in Blinking Violet. 13 of 32 CLAIRE'S PASTELS Evan Agostini/AP Danes was the picture of spring at the Valentino: The Last Emperor film premiere in Manhattan with a fresh look created by makeup artist Matin.How to Do It1: Apply Neutrogena Healthy Skin Liquid Foundation in #40.2: Define eyes with Neutrogena Mineral Sheers shadow in Sand.3: Sweep on Givenchy Phenomen’Eyes Mascara.4: Give lips a delicate sheen with Neutrogena MoistureShine Lipstick in Berry Burst. 14 of 32 KERRY'S FEMININE FEEL Jamie McCarthy/WireImage Giorgio Armani Beauty National Artistic Director Tim Quinn used the brand’s luxe makeup to take Washington’s ethereal runway look to a softly feminine level.How to Do It1: Apply bronze shade of Blending Blush-Duo #2 beneath cheekbone and pink shade to apple of the cheeks.2: Use finger to apply Maestro Eye Shadow in #2.3: Define lash line with Maestro Liquid Eye Liner.4: Finish the look with Lip Shimmer #7. 15 of 32 AMERICA'S STARRY GLAMOUR Jason Merritt/Getty Makeup artist Vanessa Scali gave Ferrera a dazzling look at the Kids’ Choice Awards.How to Do It1: Create a flawless base with Armani Lasting Silk foundation.2: Apply Lancome Color Design Blush in Pret a Plum to cheeks.3: Apply Shu Uemura Cream Eye Shadow in Beige on lid, trace Lancome Artliner along upper lash line, followed by Oscillation mascara.4: Add Lancome La Laque Fever gloss in Cyber Coral and Techno Brick. 16 of 32 EVA'S LONG LOCKS Debbie VanStory/RockinExposures/iPhoto Ken Paves helped Longoria Parker grow inches in an instant by adding his clip-in extensions to her short do for the Phoebe in Wonderland premiere in L.A.How to Do It1: Flatiron dry hair smooth.2: Clip in the matching hue of hairdo Human Hair Clip-In Extensions.3: Use a 2-in. barrel curling iron to bend extensions slightly.4: Cool, then brush hair through. 17 of 32 JESSICA'S SOFT PALETTE Steve Granitz/WireImage Alba was the picture of spring for the Independent Spirit Awards using Revlon makeup in gentle hues.How to Do It1: Create a base using Beyond Natural Skin Smoothing Primer and Skin Matching Makeup.2: Dust cheeks with Beyond Natural Blush Bronzer in Pink.3: Define eyes with StayColor 12-Hour Eyeshadow Quad in Berry Bloom, Defining Eye Pencil in Dark Brown and Defining Mascara in Black Brown.4: Perfect your pout using Creme Gloss in Sassy Mauve and Pink Cami. 18 of 32 JENNIFER'S BABY BLUES Nick Sadler/Startraks Chanel makeup artist Angela Levin went with soft shadow colors that made Aniston’s blue eyes pop at the London premiere of Marley & Me.How to Do It1: Cover lids with LORAC shadow in Moonstone.2: Define eye with Rock & Republic shadow in Asphalt.3: Apply Tina Earnshaw shadow in Aubergine along top lash line.4: Line Chanel Long Lasting Eyeliner in Jade under eye, followed by Chanel Inimitable Mascara in Noir-Black. 19 of 32 JESSICA'S CHEAP CHIC Juan Soliz/Pacific Coast News Revlon Global Artistic Director Gucci Westman gave Biel, the brand’s newest face, a classic Old Hollywood glamour for the Met Gala using only Revlon makeup.How to Do It1: Prep skin with Age Defying Foundation.2: Apply Matte shadow in Rich Sable on lids and under eye and Vintage Lace under brow bone.3: Line bottom lids with Matte eyeliner in Black Truffle.4: Keep lips neutral with Matte lipstick in Nude Attitude. 20 of 32 KATE'S WAVES Johns PkI/Splash News Online David Babaii used his signature WildAid products to play up a boho vibe for Hudson’s ultra-glam Stella McCartney gown at the Met Gala.How to Do It1: Spray Bohemian Beach Spray throughout wet hair.2: Blow-dry using medium heat and air.3: Use hands to scrunch and twist hair until dry.4: Finish look with Mise en Plis Light Styling Spray. 21 of 32 ANNE'S SMOKY EYES Bill Davila/Startraks Celeb makeup artist Leslie Lopez made Hathaway’s eyes the focus by using Lancome products for the Met Gala.How to Do It1: Dust Color Design Eyeshadow in Statuesque over lid.2: Dab Color Design Eyeshadow in Daylight on brow bone.3: Sweep on several coats of L’Extreme Mascara in Black.4: Balance the look with L’Absolu Rouge Lipsick in neutral Couture Suede. 22 of 32 ASHLEY'S MODEL GLAM Landov Inspired by the Met Gala’s “Model as Muse” theme, Dior makeup artist Polly Osmond gave Olsen a glittering look.How to Do It1: Apply Diorskin Nude Foundation to skin.2: Create smoldering eyes with Dior 5-Colour Eyeshadow in Earth Reflection.3: Pump up lashes with DiorShow mascara.4: Finish with Dior Addict Lipcolor in Rose Lingerie. 23 of 32 KATE'S NOIR WAVES Bill Davila/Startraks Renato Campora for Frederic Fekkai used the brand’s luxe styling products to create Veronica Lake-inspired waves for Bosworth’s Met Gala look.How to Do It1: Apply Pre-Style Thermal/UV Protectant and Coiff Strong Hold Volume Mousse to wet hair.2: Blow out hair with the Large Round Brush.3: Using 1-in. iron, curl small sections of hair and pin to head until cool.4: Brush to create waves and finish with Sheer Hold Hairspray. 24 of 32 ANNALYNNE'S DISCO WAVES Michael N. Todaro/FilmMagic Patrick Melville of the namesake salon gave McCord an update on the classic feather do for W Hotel Hoboken’s Chandelier Room opening.How to Do It1: Wash and blow-dry hair to lock in shine.2: Use 1.5-in iron to curl random sections from root to end away from face.3: Break up curls with fingers.4: Enhance texture with Belegenza SpotLite Shine S500. 25 of 32 LIV'S STAR COIF Richie Buxo/Splash News Online David Babaii used his signature WildAid products to help Tyler channel Sophia Loren’s signature sexy hair at the Met Gala.How to Do It1: Part hair above highest point on eyebrow.2: Section into top sides and nape.3: Spray sections with Volcanic Ash Root Lift, curl and clip each ringlet to head to cool.4: Finger brush into curls’ natural pattern and set with Mise en Plis Light Styling Spray. 26 of 32 BLAKE'S PERFECT PONY Stephen Lovekin/Getty Renato Campora for Frederic Fekkai created a sexy and modern ponytail to complement Lively’s sultry Versace gown using Fekkai products for the Met Gala.How to Do It1: Use Coiff Strong Hold Volume Mousse on wet hair.2: Blow dry straight with Extra Large Round Brush.3: Tease roots and pull hair back into tight ponytail. Secure with a band.4: Use a touch of Magnifique Ultra-Light Finishing Creme over hair, finishing with Sheer Hold Hairspray. 27 of 32 MILEY'S BRIGHT EYES Mark Davis /Landov Makeup artist Mai Quynh gave Cyrus a superstar look using super-affordable mark cosmetics on the ACM red carpet. How to Do It1: Blend Winkstick Hook Up Eye Shadow Stick in Envious, from lash line to crease.2: Top with I-mark Custom Pick Eye Shadow in Retro Peacock lash to crease.3: Sweep on two coats Make It Big Lash Plumping Mascara in Raven.4: Balance the look with a touch of Shine Tubes Hook Up Lip Gloss in Sugared Almond on lips. 28 of 32 AUDRINA'S ELEGANCE Bruce Gifford/FilmMagic Hairstylist Jeremy Clark changed up Patridge’s look with an updo to accept her ShoWest females of tomorrow award in Las Vegas.How to Do It1: Apply Davines Defining Styling Cream to damp hair and blow-dry.2: Run small amount of Davines Defining Invisible Paste through dried hair to create piece-y texture.3: Loosely pull hair back into a low ponytail, twist under to form a chignon and secure with pins.4: Set the look with a misting of Davines No. 7 Crystal Fixative Lacquer. 29 of 32 MICHELLE'S CLASSIC GLAMOUR Jeffrey Mayer/WireImage M.A.C.’s Directory of Makeup Artistry Gregory Arlt gave Trachtenberg an enviable glow using M.A.C. products at the 17 Again premiere in L.A.How to Do It1: Create a base with Studio Sculpt Foundation in NW15 followed by Mineralize Skinfinish.2: Apply Eye Shadow in All That Glitters to lids and line with Embark.3: Finish with black mascara.4: Trace lips with Lip Pencil in Oak, followed by High Tea Lipstick and Luminary Lustreglass. 30 of 32 GINNIFER'S SMOKY EYES Isaac Brekken/WireImage Celebrity makeup artist Jeffrey Paul gave Goodwin an elegant look – with a touch of refined glamour.How to Do It1: Graduate lid color by smudging Dior Pencil in Brown from lash line to crease.2: Apply Jouer Amaretto shadow over lid.3: Work M.A.C. Liquid Liner into lash line and line inner lid with Dior Pencil in Brown into lashline.4: Finish with several sweeps of mascara. 31 of 32 EMMA'S SOPHISTICATION Jason Merritt/Getty Inspired by Roberts’s recent 18th birthday milestone, makeup artist Geoffrey Rodriguez for Dior Beauty tried a look that highlighted the “sophisticated and grown-up side of her” at the Kids’ Choice Awards in L.A.How to Do It1: Apply 5-Colour Eyeshadow in Beige Massai over lid.2: Smudge Dior Kohl Pencil in Black along lash line.3: Layer on DiorShow Iconic Mascara.4: Define lip with Dior Ultra Gloss Reflect in “Trenchcoat Beige”. 32 of 32 J.LO'S HOT BANGS Masatoshi Okauchi/Rex USA The singer hit Tokyo with “a glamorous yet undone modern shag,” says her hairstylist Ken Paves, whose signature products can help fake Jennifer’s fringed look.How to Do It1: Apply Healthy Hair Volumizing Spray to wet hair.2: Finger dry while using a blow dryer.3: Snap hairdo Clip-In Fringe in place.4: Gently brush hair for a seamless look.