‘Real Housewives’ Beauty — Vote On Your Fave Look

Thu, April 4, 2013 1:55pm EST by 6 Comments
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At the Bravo upfront media presentation on April 4, Housewives from Beverly Hills, Miami, Atlanta, New York City and New Jersey looked glam on the blue, not red, carpet. Which beauty look was your fave?

The Housewives stars were out and about on April 4 at the New York City upfront presentation. Teresa Giudice, Joanna Krupa, Brandi Glanville, and Melissa Gorga were dressed to the nines. But which beauty was best tressed?

Housewives At Bravo Upfronts — Vote On The Best Beauty

Teresa Giudice from The Real Housewives of New Jersey went super dark and smokey in a black mini dress. Her hair was teased into a sky-high ponytail and she was wearing thick black eyeliner and silver shadow.

Joanna Krupa from The Real Housewives of Miami wore a colorful hot pink satin dress with pink leopard chiffon detailing. The Miami sun gave her a sun-kissed look, as she wore her hair in big, beachy waves. A subtle smokey eye brought the attention to her blue eyes, while her pink lips looked full and shiny.

Brandi Glanville from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stole the spotlight in her plunging-to-her-bellybutton red mini dress. She magnified her lashes, and rocked a defined pink bush and slightly red lip. Her blonde hair was slightly curled with her dark roots peeking out. Her deep tan was accented with gold shoes.

Melissa Gorga from The Real Housewives of New Jersey wore a sexy green dress. Her long brown hair looked gorgeous with subtle highlights. She rocked a center part and soft waves. Her makeup look was subtle with a nude lip and luxe, long lashes. A soft pink blush highlighted her cheekbones.

Which Housewives star looked best last night, HollywoodLifers?

— Dory Larrabee

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