From Lupita Nyong'o embracing her experimental side on her tour to promote new film Us to Emilie Clarke stepping out in a berry lip for the viewing party of Game of Thrones season 8, the A-list are pulling out all of the makeup stops at the moment.
Keep scrolling for the seven best celebrity beauty looks from this week so far.
I'm obsessed with the cool-girl glam makeup look that Nyong'o was rocking on the red carpet at the NAACP Image Awards this week. The brick-coloured lipstick burgundy nails and thick kohl eyeliner pop beautifully against her luminous complexion. As an ambassador for Lancôme, it's no surprise that Nyongo's makeup artist, Nick Barose, has been relying on the brand's richly pigmented lipsticks for her press tour this month. While I'm not sure on the exact colour that she's wearing here I think that the shade Tapis Rouge would give a similar result.
Lancôme L'Absolu Rouge Drama Matte Lipstick (£26)
Legendary makeup artist Lisa Eldridge created this "bejewelled eye" in emerald green for Emma Roberts's night at the Elle and Tous party in Madrid. Sadly, Eldridge revealed on Instagram that this particular eye shadow product wasn't out yet (I am desperate to find out what it is), but Pat McGrath Labs have some incredible options when it comes to creating a bold, colourful eye look.
Pat McGrath Labs Mothership Sublime Eyeshadow Palette (£115)
Taking to the red carpet in New York for the Game of Thrones season 8 launch party, Emmanuel looked like a total tangerine dream. I love her matchy-matchy approach to her lipstick and dress. Her makeup artist Kelsey Deenihan confirmed that the lipstick shade used was Urban Decay's Vice Lipstick in the shade Crash. In fact, the brand has a whole Game of Thrones–inspired makeup collection launching later this month.
Urban Decay Vice Lipstick in Crash (£18)
Victoria Beckham always keeps it classic when it comes to makeup, but there's something perfectly spring-ready about her nude blusher-and-lipstick combo teamed with her floral outfit. Even if you don't usually wear colour on your cheeks, the Charlotte Tilbury blusher below provides a subtle pink flush to the skin.
Charlotte Tilbury Cheek to Chic Pillow Talk Blusher (£30)
Proving that lip gloss really is having a moment, Ratajkowski shows that this '90s beauty throwback can look cool and modern when the rest of your makeup is kept simple. Bushy brows, simple skin and a slick of clear gloss create this fresh, everyday makeup look. I'm obsessed.
Lime Crime Wet Cherry Lip Gloss in Extra Poppin (£16)
I've made no secret of the fact that Jodie Comer is my beauty inspiration of 2019 so far, so it's no surprise that she stepped out at the premiere of Killing Eve season 2 with another killer makeup look. Peaches and corals are definitely continuing to have a beauty moment this year, with Comer embracing an apricot flush on her cheeks and a coral-tinged lip that pop against her turquoise crescent earrings.
Illamasqua Ready to Bare Beyond Powder in Dare (£34)
A suitably gothic-inspired makeup look for Clarke's red carpet look at the Game of Thrones final season premiere. Makeup artist Kate Lee took to Instagram Stories and revealed the full list of products that she used to create this rosy eye and burgundy lip combo—including the deep berry-toned liner for that impeccable pout.
Chanel Le Crayon Levres Precision Lip Definer in Rouge Noir (£18)
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