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December 18, 2019

4 Celebrity-Inspired Beauty Looks For Prom

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When we find ourselves in need of inspiration, whether it’s fashion-related or lifestyle-wise, we tend to turn our attention toward celebrities, to our favourite ones most likely. So when you have yet to make up your mind on how you want to look for your upcoming prom, a quick scan into the fabulous red carpet looks of celebrities will give you that much needed inspiration.

Below are 4 celebrity-inspired beauty looks that you can wear to prom:

Hollywood Glam

Red carpet events are never without personalities who opt for classic Hollywood glam, which isn’t surprising considering that this is one of the best fool-proof looks for any fashion-forward occasion. Classic Hollywood glam exudes a sultry yet sophisticated appeal. Imagine Marilyn Monroe, Hollywood’s ultimate glamour girl, with her flawless retro waves and bold red lips. For a more recent reference, check out Lady Gaga’s Marilyn Monroe-inspired look at the 2019 Screen Actors Guild Awards. Lady Gaga channelled timeless elegance in a chiffon maxi dress with a sexy deep V-neckline, a chic low bun, and her signature burgundy lips.

To achieve the classic Hollywood glam beauty look for your own prom, find a figure-flattering floor-length strapless evening gown. Put your hair up in an immaculate old Hollywood chignon, and wear your favourite crimson lip shades. 

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Classic Little Black Dress 

Another beauty look that has withstood the test of time (and celebrity critics) is the iconic LBD. It seems to us that no one is ever going to look unsightly in a gorgeous little black dress. Take for example Reese Witherspoon in a sparkly Saint Laurent little black dress at the 2019 Country Music Awards. She didn’t even have to wear much makeup (light blue eye shadow, rosy blush, and pink glossy lips) and kept her hairstyle simple. The sequined one-shoulder LBD was also the perfect fit to accentuate her curves and the right length to flaunt her flawless legs.

To achieve your own LBD beauty look, check out beautiful black prom dresses at your nearby boutique or through online stores and find one that speaks to you. The style choices are limitless, but make sure you choose one that is the right length for your height as well the proper fit to show off your figure. For a more flattering silhouette, look for a little black dress with embellished waist details.

Cap off the ensemble with a glowing skin makeup look and a chic hairstyle. Cascading waves, an elegant side bun, or a textured long bob come highly recommended by celebrity hairstylists. Smokey eyes also compliment the LBD beauty look.

 Prom Princess

If you’re looking to create an enchanting impact at your prom, it won’t be difficult to seek inspiration from red carpet events because many of our favourite celebrities also love channelling princesses in fabulous ball gowns.

For starters, take a cue from Zendaya and Elle Fanning. You don’t have to get your hands on that jaw-dropping Cinderella-esque ball gown that Zendaya wore at the 2019 Met Gala red carpet or Elle Fanning’s Vivienne Westwood couture gown with whimsical doodles at the Cannes red carpet. Instead, be inspired by these two celebrities in creating your own unforgettable princess beauty look by adding your own creative touch to the classic ball gowns.

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Lady In Red (And Pink) 

Turn heads with the newest red carpet-ready beauty look - red and pink ensembles! In fact, these were the trendiest outfits at the recent Emmy Awards red carpet event. Mandy Moore, Susan Kelechi Watson, Taraji P. Henson, Marisa Tomei, and Zoe Kazan showed up in fashion-forward designer gowns that featured two of the most favourite colour options to wear to prom.

Uninspired yet?

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