Adele’s Everything

Adele can do no wrong in our eyes, especially when it comes to beauty. Her signature cat eye flick is always on point, but at the Brits this month she really pulled it out the bag. Killer flicks? Check. Bouncy bob? Check. Amazing outfit and makeup change halfway through the night? Check.

Dakota Johnson’s Matching Lip

Forget grey. All anyone could talk about at this year’s BAFTAs was Dakota Johnson’s smoking hot red. Red lips matched to the exact shade of her dress that is. To get this look, you could painstakingly try and find the right shade to match your dress yourself.

Eva Green’s Brows

Everything about Eva Green’s Golden Globes looks is great, from her voluminous bob to her bold red lip. But what we love the most are her brows. They’re the perfect balance of bold-but-not-TOO-bold brows. Sculpted, polished, but not graphic, drawn on HD-brows. The brow of 2016, if you will.

Lily James Smoky Eyes

Sometimes for a stunning look, all you need is to keep things classic. As Lily James proved on the Golden Globes red carpet, with her chic smoky eye and nude lip. Of course, no smoky eye is quite right without some serious lashes, which is why we’ve launched our new semi-permanent lashes service. Applied in the comfort of your own home, you can choose from three options: Natural (your lashes but better), Full (glamour-puss lashes), and Express (quickie lashes for special occasions).

Rihanna’s Pastel Eyes

Matching your makeup to your dress is proving to be very popular this awards season, with Rihanna opting to pair her eye makeup to her pastel gown. A pastel eye will look stunning on those with darker skin tones (avoid at all costs if you’re pale), with or without a pastel dress to go with it.

Kate Bosworth’s “No Makeup” Makeup

Kate Bosworth demonstrated how less can be so much more at the Golden Globes. Her hair was pulled back, and her makeup was a symphony of natural, blush tones. Proof that “no makeup” makeup is going to be just as big in 2016 as it was in 2015. Of course, we all know that there’s a fine art to creating the barely-there look, and it’s tougher than it looks. Don’t stress over it yourselves.