This year's BAFTAs—the British equivalent of the Oscars—welcomed celebs from both sides of the pond, and I've got all the beauty looks to show you!
Just like at the Globes, most of the attendees wore black to show solidarity with the Time's Up movement, leaving the colour statements for their makeup.
From red lips to rose blush to blue eyeshadow, here's the glam you need to see. I've also included product details wherever available!
Could Angelina's skin be any more glowy?! I also like her smoky cat eyes. On most people, I know I'd say these false lashes were too heavy and theatrical, but she's got the model features and almond shape to pull them off. With sheer pink gloss and a clean updo, she looks fresher and more modern than she has in a long time (even if her under-eye concealer is a tad too light!).
Salma is gorgeous in rose-toned lipstick and blush. I know she wears this shade a lot, but it's just SO good with her skin tone—the lipstick was named for her, after all! Her lashes fan out in an amazing way, complemented by well-blended brown shadow and natural brows. A loose mane of curls adds to the romantic vibe.
Jennifer showed off red lips and rosy cheeks with her ultra-luminous skin. The texture through her brows is fantastic, and I appreciate the light touch on the eyes (all I can detect is mascara and tightlining on the upper lashes only, with a sweep of taupe shadow for definition.
Lupita's signature colour-blocking is back, with these two-toned cat eyes and sheer red lipstick. She's got black for her flicks, but the bright blue at her inner corners breathes new life into this classic technique. I love that she didn't leave it there, but went and added an unexpected bold lip as well. Skin is flawless, per usual.
Margot's centre-parted blunt cut has the perfect amount of "bend." Lob goals for sure! Her makeup is super-soft this time, featuring a pinky-nude lip, natural lashes and pink eyeshadow. Notice how her brows are overdrawn to fake more fullness.
Emma's bad bangs weren't real, thank goodness! I'm breathing a huge sigh of relief at this simple, fringe-free updo. Her skin is super-dewy, and I always love her feathery brows and long lashes. Pulling the shadow out at the edges creates a cool, feline effect.
I'm obsessed with Gemma's matte, bright orange-red lips, and sheer skin finish showing off her freckles. There was so much attention to detail here—from the shading on the brows and eyelids, to the fluttery soft lashes and luminizer at the corner of her eyes (which brings it all to life). I also love the boyish, off-the-face bob.
Gemma is wearing: Eye mask • Moisturizer • Foundation in 20 Beige • Concealer in 215 N Buff (under eyes) • Concealer in SC-2 (rest of face) • Highlighter in Pearl • Contour in Light • Blush in Flush • Powder • Eye primer • Eyeshadow in Nude Dip • Mascara in Black • Individual lashes • Brow powder in 01 • Brow mascara in Brown • Lipstick in Isabella (outer edges of lips) • Lipstick in Idôle (centre of lips) • Lip liner in Cherry
Kate did defined, slightly chunky lashes with two-toned eyeliner. Right in the waterlines is black, and then it's framed by a lovely smudged-out purple. The peach lips and cheeks match her hair (which I'm loving long again).
There's a lot happening here—Anya wore not only graphic cat eyes, but also ruby lips, flushed cheeks and a crown in her hair (!). How do we feel about crowns as accessories? I'm not sure, especially when ACTUAL royalty is in attendance!
Who had your favourite (and least favourite) beauty look on this red carpet?