You didn’t have to be psychic to predict that people were going to go crazy when Kim Kardashian showed up to the Met Gala with boyfriend Pete Davidson. The intrigue was inevitable. What we weren’t expecting was the simple slip-style dress and refined blonde updo she showcased…
Winnie Harlow really captured our hearts and imaginations when she graced us all with this literal piece of art.
All anyone can talk about after Coachella is baby braids, but Bella Hadid’s interpretation for the evening was something we’ve never seen on the red carpet before.
If we can’t find replicas of Olivia Rodrigo’s adorable butterfly accessories to wear in our hair by the time spring rolls around, we’re gonna scream.
Kendall Jenner made the case for bleached eyebrows and big lashes. What a match made in heaven.
Trust Hailey Bieber to keep things simple and understated on the red carpet. We’d take issue with it, if it wasn’t so damn good.
Laura Harrier’s eyeshadow left us truly mesmerised – that subtle shimmer is everything.
The Bridgerton star coordinated her eye makeup with her pink and black ensemble perfectly.
We NEED to know which products Simone Ashley used to create that wet-look sheen finish on her hair and we need to know NOW.
Gigi Hadid mixed things up with a scarlet moment on the red carpet that she matched with her lipstick and nails.
Lizzo’s hair was one of our favourite looks of the evening and gave us refined glamour and outrageous volume in equal measure.
Chloe Bailey’s neckpiece really stole the show on the red carpet but we were desperately squinting to get a closer look at her yellow inner corner highlight.
You can count on Billie Eilish to always do the unexpected at the Met Gala and this year was no exception.
Phoebe Bridgers’ hair somehow managed to throw the same shade as her crystal-embellished gown. Magic.
Phoebe Dynevor did the impossible, creating a dramatic, gothic look with minimal makeup and long brunette waves.
Kaia Gerber’s hair was a glorious thing to behold. We’re talking bundles of ringlets *chefs kiss*.
We didn’t think a smokey eye could look this refined but Sydney Sweeney’s shown us that the classic eye look is black tie appropriate.
Blue eyeshadow is bold any day of the week but Iris Law went one step further and smoked out her frosty blue eye makeup to the tops of her cheekbones for maximum impact.
Chloe Grace Moretz
We can’t stop staring at Chloe Grace Moretz’s skin. No seriously, we need to know what base and cheek products she’s wearing because her complexion is flawless.
Emma Chamberlain added a glimmer of gold to her smokey eye and a touch of rouge to her cheeks for the red carpet.
Camila Cabello let her hair upstage her makeup with a flower-adorned updo.
Newlywed Nicola Peltz can do no wrong when it comes to makeup. As for her hair? We love the subtle, naturally wavy shag.
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