Besides 7-year-old actor Brooklynn Prince’s acceptance speech and promise of ice cream after the Critics’ Choice Awards for her fellow nominees (here’s hoping the young actor splurges on sprinkles while buying a round post-awards show), there were some sweet beauty moments to behold on the red carpet. Here, our top seven:
Saorsie Ronan’s Vampy Lip
Makeup artist Kara Yoshimoto Bua contrasted Saorsie Ronan’s Swarovski-studded Michael Kors dress with an oxblood lip that verged on black. To create the sultry-yet-unexpected hue, she filled in the entire mouth with Chanel Le Crayon Kohl in Ambre to deepen the color, then blended Rouge Allure Lipstick in Rouge Noir with the berry hue from the brand’s Palette Essentielle in Beige Médium.
Kate Bosworth’s Twisted Bun
We’ve seen our fair share of chignons, but this one by hairstylist Bridget Brager was as knot-y as it was nice.
Jessica Biel’s Popsicle-Stained Pout
Bua’s other eye-catching creation: Jessica Biel’s major mouth created using Chanel’s new Lip Balm and Powder Duo in Rosso Pompeiano. While popsicles aren’t exactly native to Naples (the Italian city that inspired Chanel’s new makeup collection), we imagine cherry gelato would have the same stunning effect.
Margot Robbie’s Little Black Bow
Margot Robbie swapped the scrunchie she wore in I, Tonya for a classic black ribbon (reminiscent Chanel’s 2018 Cruise show) tied into place by mane master Bryce Scarlett.
Yara Shahidi’s Sunny Nails
She may not have pulled up to the red carpet in a taxi, but we definitely plan to hail our next cab wearing the same color manicurist Emi Kudo used on Yara Shahidi: Chanel Le Vernis in Giallo Napoli.
Diane Kruger’s Blunt Bob
Diane Kruger arrived at the Golden Globes sporting an elegant twist at the nape of her neck (perhaps the product of a few extensions), but she showed up on the carpet tonight with a chin-length chop (yet another Brager creation).
Elisabeth Moss’ Mane Mastery
Hairstylist Tommy Buckett’s glam squad didn’t arrive in time for the Critics Choice Awards, so Elisabeth Moss—winner of best actress in a drama series—offered a helping hand. While it appears things are going well for The Handmaid’s Tale star thus far this awards season, she can always get a gig wielding a Mason Pearson brush behind the scenes if things don’t work out in front of the camera.