Screen Actors Guild Awards 2011 DIY Beauty

Mila Kunis's drama-queen waves! Nicole Kidman's elegant palette! Get the step-by-step how-to from the celebs' hair and make-up pros to recreate Hollywood's best red carpet looks

01 of 10


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The Black Swan actress got ready for her close-up with waves created by TRESemmé stylist Mara Roszak using the brand’s products.
Four Easy Steps
1: Apply 24 Hour Body Foaming Mousse to damp hair.
2: Create an off-center part and blow out using a medium round brush.
3: Curl small sections using a 1-in. iron before breaking up curls with fingertips.
4: Set waves with TRES Two Extra Hold Hairspray.

02 of 10


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“Gorgeousness and simplicity were my inspiration,” says makeup artist Angela Levin of Chanel makeup look.
Four Easy Steps
1: Prep skin with Sublimage Concentrate.
2: Frame eyes by lining them with the deepest brown shade from Quadra Eyeshadow palette in Stupendous.
3: Cloak lashes in three sweeps of Inimitable Mascara in Noir.
4: Define lips with Rouge Coco Shine Lip Colour in lush rose Monte-Carlo

03 of 10


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Inspired by the glamour of the 1950s, Fekkai Hairstylist Renato Campora created a structured coif, using the brand’s products, that complemented the Mad Men star’s gilt-lace Carolina Herrera gown.
Four Easy Steps
1: Apply Advanced Full Blown Styling Whip and Coiff Contrôle Ironless Straightening Balm to damp hair.
2: Blow dry using a round brush.
3: Create waves with a 1-in. iron and let cool before brushing out the waves.
4: Twist and pin hair at center of head, revealing the nape of neck. Set with Coiff Sheer Hold Hairspray.

04 of 10


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“Dianna wore a vintage Chanel Haute Couture dress in navy with a black lace overlay,” says makeup artist Kate Lee, who mirrored the high-drama confection with a Chanel makeup look.
Four Easy Steps
1: Color inner lid with Intense Eye Pencil in dark brown Ambre and then blend along upper and lower lash lines.
2: Apply Soft Touch Eyeshadow in dark burgundy Cinnamon over lids and gray shimmer color from Quadra Eyeshadow in Enigma on inner third of lid.
3: Coat curled lashes with Inimitable Mascara in deep brown Noir-Brun.
4: Add a pop of pink with Rouge Coco Shine Lip Colour in Romance.

05 of 10


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“I went to Lea s dress fitting and immediately knew I had to complement it with a modern take on 70’s chic glamour,” says Dove stylist Mark Townsend, who used the brand’s products to create the Glee Bianca Jagger-inspired look.
Four Easy Steps
1: Apply a drop of Nourishing Oil Care Serum to just-washed hair.
2: Rake Body & Lift Mousse through damp hair and blow dry in 5-in. sections, using a round rush.
3: Curl 2-in. sections of hair away from face with a 1-in. iron, varying the sharpness of the curls by alternating hold time between 2 and 10 seconds.
4: Flip head upside down and rub Nourishing Oil Care Leave-In Smoothing Cream through hair before finishing with a generous mist of Unscented Extra Hold Hairspray with Natural Movement.

06 of 10


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True Grit’s young star balanced a bold Prada dress with a soft palette created for her by Stephen Sollitto, using Anastasia Beverly Hills makeup.
Four Easy Steps
1: Dust lids and creases with a deep purple shadow from Illumin8 with Youthful Synergy Complex Eye Shadow Palette #4. Apply soft pink shade from Palette #1 from crease to brow.
2: Sweep on Lash Lifting Mascara.
3: Using light, upward strokes, define eyebrows with Brow Wiz in Medium Ash.
4: Give lips natural shine with HydraFull Gloss in Barely.

07 of 10


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A sleek, oversized bun offers great juxtaposition with the architecture of her dress,” says Dove hairstylist Mark Townsend, who used the brand’s products to create Jennifer’s coif.
Four Easy Steps
1: Apply Curl & Sculpt Defining Mousse to damp hair and blow-dry using a large round brush.
2: Gather hair into a tight ponytail and backcomb entire pony.
3: Sculpt hair into a large bun by alternating between spraying with Flexible Hold Hairspray with Natural Movement and smoothing with the back of a rat tail comb, securing with pins as you go.
4: Smooth crown with a mix of Nourishing Oil Care Serum and Nourishing Oil Care Leave-in Smoothing Cream and finish with Unscented Flexible Hold Hairspray with Natural Movement.

08 of 10


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Brigitte Bardot was makeup artist Vanessa Scali’s inspriation for the Mad Men vixen’s smoky eyes and nude skin, created using CoverGirl products.
Four Easy Steps
1: Perfect complexion with NatureLuxe Silk Foundation in Alabaster and a touch of Simply Ageless Sculpting Blush in Plush Peach on apples of cheeks.
2: Apply Smoky ShadowBlast in Onyx Smoke from lash line to just above crease, sweeping out at corners.
3: Trace lash line with LiquiLine Blast Eyeliner in Black and sweep on LashBlast Fusion Mascara in Very Black.
4: Give lips glossy definition with Lip Perfection Lipstick in brown-toned Kiss.

09 of 10


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The 30 Rock star’s stylist, Remington’s Richard Marin, swept her hair into a chic chignon with the help of the brand’s hair care tools.
Four Easy Steps
1: After applying straightening balm to damp hair dry, blow-dry using a T-Studio Pearl Ceramic Dryer and a round brush.
2: Mist hair with a thermal protectant before smoothing with T-Studio Pearl Ceramic Sleek & Curl Iron, bending at ends.
3: Backcomb hair and pull into a side ponytail.
4: Coil ponytail into an off-center chignon, securing with pins and hairspray.

10 of 10


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60’s Bond girl Ursula Andress was hairstylist Robert Vetica’s inspiration for Hilary’s sexy waves, which he created using Moroccanoil products.
Four Easy Steps
1: Apply Treatment to hair before blow-drying.
2: Curl 1-in. sections using an iron, pinning to head to cool.
3: Mist hair with Luminous Hairspray and let it sit for 20 minutes before brushing and then smoothing with a touch of Hydrating Styling Cream.
4: Amplify volume by backcombing roots. Smooth out by brushing through most of the backcombing.

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