The people have spoken! Every year, fans do the voting for the People's Choice Awards, and this week, celebrities gathered in Los Angeles for the big reveal.
There's no category for red carpet beauty, but that's where we come in. Keep scrolling to see the standout hair and makeup looks of the night!
(Spoiler alert: I wasn't "wowed" by most of these, so let's hope things get better as we head into award season!)
Jenna is positively glowing (and it's not just makeup—she's currently pregnant!). To go with her glam red dress, she chose a muted strawberry lip and an unexpected shimmery rose gold eyeshadow. While it's not particularly fashion-forward, and I prefer a lighter touch, she still looks stunning.
Jenna is wearing: Highlighter
Lucy went for a more romantic vibe, with a loose updo and a cool-toned makeup palette. The creamy rose lipstick is super pretty on her, and I think I see a shimmering purple on her eyelids. I don't mind these false lashes, either, but I do think the blush is a tad strong.
Zendaya let her lips do the talking, with a bright matte orangey-red instead of her usual glossy neutrals. I love her hair in this high top knot, and how her skin looks sculpted but not heavy. I can even live with these false eyelashes.
Maggie's version of red carpet glam is so unexpected, creative and cool. I love the way she's rocking the deep, vampy blackberry lipstick with subtly shaded eyes, sculpted cheeks and long, half-up hair. Her lashes also have a great texture.
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I'm happy to see that Katherine finally tweaked her hair colour to a softer honey blonde (instead of this unflattering shade!). Now, we can actually appreciate her flawless skin and pretty makeup—like the shimmery blue shadow she's wearing here. With her features, she could get even more creative with her look, but baby steps!
Brittany, on the other hand, is still rocking the red hair she had at the TCAs. I think blonde looks a lot more natural on her, but the waves are pretty. I think the pink lipstick and eyeshadow also makes an interesting contrast against her warmer toned skin and hair.
Sarah did a vibrant orange lip, similar to Zendaya's, although the execution isn't nearly as cool. As usual, she added tons of shimmer eyeshadow, bronzer and even a dab of highlighter on the tip of her nose. (WHY do people do that?!) She has such great brows, I feel like she could pull this off in a much more minimalistic way, with just the bold mouth and a clean eye.
Sarah is wearing: Face mist • Primer • Foundation • Highlighter in Candlelight and Rose Gold • Bronzer in Suntan Bronze • Eyeshadow in Can You Feel It • Eyeshadow in Glam Attack • Lip liner in Poppy • Lipstick in Orange County
Kim's hair, makeup and even her poses never really change, do they? The only thing perhaps a little different here is the extra-long hair, down to her waist. The big, chunky lashes replace the need for much shadow and liner, while her lips are overlined and glossed a la JLo.
Kourtney has such an unusual heart-shaped hairline, I love when she shows it off. Unfortunately, there's a bit too much bronzer and lip liner happening here, and the overall nude palette leaves something to be desired. Is it against the Kardashian rules to wear blush or bright lipstick? I want to give her some colour!
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