Best Celebrity Hair, Style and Beauty Trends

By Shelley Levitt

Bright Orange Lips

It seemed like orange was the color of every other model's lips on the Spring 2014 catwalk. John Galliano, Donna Karan, Nanette Lepore, Rag & Bone and Prabal Gurung all featured citrus-colored pouts.

Here, Jennifer Hudson shows how it's done in real life. Feeling a little shy?

Start with a gloss in a tangerine hue.


Olivia Wilde - Best Celebrity Hair, Style and Beauty Trends
Olivia Wilde

Minimal Makeup

A (nearly) bare face is one of the strongest beauty trends for spring and summer.

Olivia Wilde kept her makeup to the minimum even at the ultra-glam Costume Institute Gala. The key to making naked chic: healthy glowing skin and the deft use of no-makeup makeup like concealer and skin primer.


Lupita Nyong'o - Best Celebrity Hair, Style and Beauty Trends
Lupita Nyong'o

Orchid Hues

Pantone named radiant orchid the color of 2014.

It may seem like a daunting hue to play with, but a touch on lips, nails, cheeks or eyes looks fresh and modern. At a Hollywood premiere of her movie 12 Years a Slave, Lupita Nyong'o showed off glistening hothouse lips and smoky lilac eyes.


Emmy Rossum - Best Celebrity Hair, Style and Beauty Trends
Emmy Rossum

Cat Eyes

Meow! Winged liner is still going strong in summer and spring.

But this year's cat eyes no longer look retro. Instead, done with precision, they're elegant, clean and completely fresh.

Emmy Rossum, at the Critics' Choice Awards, took top honors for purr-fect eyes!


Cameron Diaz - Best Celebrity Hair, Style and Beauty Trends
Cameron Diaz

Disheveled Updo's

Sleek is neat, but undone is sexy and ideal for every day.

The updo and the pony are going out of bounds, with tendrils and pieces set loose.

Cameron Diaz chose the un-do when she promoted her new book, The Body Book: The Law of Hunger, the Science of Strength, and Other Ways to Love Your Amazing Body.


Amy Adams - Best Celebrity Hair, Style and Beauty Trends
Amy Adams

Deep Side Parts

It's dramatic, effortless and almost universally flattering.

We're talking about the deep side part, which has been holding center stage as a hair trend for a couple of seasons now.

When Amy Adams picked up the Lacoste Spotlight Award at the Costume Designers Guild Awards, she was a case study in how to do a deep part perfectly -- align it with the arch of your eyebrow.


Shelley Levitt, managing editor of The Style Glossy, is a former West Coast editor of Self and senior writer at People.

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