At the ‘Pretty Little Liars’ 100th episode party, the cast not only showed up showing off their own unique fashion styles, but they also stepped up their beauty games! Which liar’s beauty look do YOU like the best?
The Pretty Little Liars girls celebrated the show’s 100th episode at the W Hotel in Hollywood on May 31! The cast showed up in each of their best outfits as well as their most glamorous beauty looks. Just like the girls’ personal sense of style, the different makeup looks of the cast showed off the cast’s fun personalities! Check out these flawless looks and tell us which beauty look you love the most!
Pretty Little Liars’ Makeup At 100 Episode Party — Lucy Hale’s Orangy-Red Lipstick
Red lipsticks on the red carpet are so common now that we almost forget to appreciate them. Lucy Hale‘s red lipstick has an orange undertone that instantly lights up her complexion and adds a hint of summer to her look.
The unique red lip is vibrant yet not too bold paired with her neutral, bronzed eyes and face.
Ashely Benson’s Rosy Glow
Ashley Benson kept her blue eyes simple but still made them pop by focusing on her girly lashes. Her rosy blush matches perfectly with her lipstick and gave her face a natural yet glamorous glow. Her look is so effortless yet so elegant — looks like rosy is the new to-go color this summer!
Troian Bellisario’s No Makeup-Makeup
Wearing a white-on-white outfit, Troian Bellisario kept her face as pure as her outfit. Troian focused on her flawless skin and added a light berry tinted lip balm to make her face glow. She looks so clean — as if she barely has any makeup on!
Shay Mitchell’s Nude Lips and Smokey Eye
Shay Mitchell showed up in a sexy LBD and the dress is perfected by her sexy, sultry makeup. Shay accentuated her beautiful tan skin with perfectly blended foundation and bronzer. Her sultry smokey-eye brings out the color of her hair and her dress and her nude lips muted the rest of her face so that her entire look is like an airbrushed picture!
Which beauty look do you like best, HollywoodLifers?
— Wendy Niu