Pop stars like Taylor Swift and Rita Ora looked amazing on the BRITs red carpet. Vote on your favorite beauty look below!
The BRIT Awards are Britain’s equivalent to The Grammys, and some of the biggest stars in music looked amazing at the show on Feb. 25 in London. See Taylor Swift, Rita Ora, and more beauty looks from the big night right here!
BRIT Awards: Best Hair & Makeup — Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian & More
Taylor wore her hair in a romantic updo, swept to the side. Her makeup looked gorgeous, punctuated by her signature red lip. It was a different look than the gelled, slick hair she rocked at the ELLE Style Awards on Feb. 24.
Rita looked absolutely amazing with very dark brows and dark eyes. She kept her lips nude, but her skin was highlighted to perfection and dewy. Her tan skin looked unbelievable with her sparkling low cut down! Rita is a Rimmel London ambassador — get a red carpet makeup look with the products to the right!
Kim Kardashian was there to support her hubby Kanye West, who was announced as a performer just one day before the show! Kim rocked her new bob slightly wavy, with a deep side part. She wore a subtle cat eye, long lashes and kept her lips nude.
Ellie Goulding looked amazing with her natural makeup — we loved her peachy eyeshadow and pale pink lip.
Model Karlie Kloss rocked super dramatic, dark eye makeup and a mauve lip. Her straight hair was pulled back into a ponytail.
More Makeup & Hair At BRIT Awards
Ghost singer Ella Henderson went for a retro look with her hair pulled half back and styled in big ’60s-style waves. Her makeup focused on her gorgeous blue eyes, with smokey shadows and long lashes. She kept her lips nude and glossy.
Cara Delevingne rocked perfect smudged eye makeup and her hair in boho waves. She accentuated her outfit with a black hat — she looked amazing!
FKA Twigs wore a metallic shadow on her eyes and rocked bold, dark brows.
Charli XCX pulled her hair back into a low ponytail and rocked a red hot lip.
Who had the best beauty look at the BRITs? Tell me in the comments.
— Dory Larrabee-Zayas