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Best of the Week: Rihanna’s Orange Lip, Kim Kardashian’s Birthday Glam, More
Regardless of which party they attended, the most sought-after A-listers definitely gave us something to celebrate this week. As usual, their hair and makeup was everything.RihannaandEmma Watsonopted for bold lips, whileOlivia WildeandAshley Madekwechose to keep things more simple.
Whether our favorite stars took the natural route, or were full-on glam, likeKim Kardashianat her 34th birthday, they all looked flawless. As always, we’ve compiled the best beauty looks from the past week, so don’t miss out on our slideshow above!
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Rihannaattended the amfAR Gala rocking bronze eyes, an orange lip, and a sleek low ponytail.
Ashley Madekwelooked stunning in the simple glam look of liner, lashes, and a nude lip.
Kim Kardashiancelebrated her 34th birthday in style, wearing her signature sultry makeup look: long, dramatic lashes and a pinky-nude lip.
Emma Watsonglammed up her simple look with a matte pink lipstick.
Olivia Wildeattended the IWMF Courage In Journalism Awards looking naturally beatufiul. With just a wash of color over her lids and a nude glossy lip, her killer bone structure stole the show.
Between her messy ponytail and smokey eyes, Juno Temple's hair and makeup was at the top of our must-have list.
Camilla Belle'slook couldn't have been any more polished, from her flawless makeup to her neat updo.
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