Although the theme was PUNK: Chaos to Couture, many stars took the suggestion a little too literally on the carpet. Were these looks couture or too costume? Vote below.
The Costume Institute Benefit at The Metropolitan Museum on May 6 in New York City brought hundreds of stars to the glorious red carpet. While some stars hit the mark, like Miley Cyrus, others took the theme too far. Who rocked the craziest makeup look of the night, HollywoodLifers?
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Elle Fanning wore a romantic half up-do but her eye makeup was all wrong! She wore hot pink eyeliner with one inch long wings. On top, she wore royal blue eyeshadow. Color overkill! Even though she’s young and should be talking beauty risks, this was not the right move!
Lily Collins wore blue streaks in her wavy brown hair. Her hair streaks were definitely cool and a big trend throughout the night. Her eye makeup, however, was a little weird. With a bright white base, black eyeliner was added to the crease of her eyes out towards her temples. But then it wasn’t filled in… Very futuristic.
Ginnifer Goodwin‘s makeup was created by celebrity makeup artist Mai Quynh. Mai told HollywoodLife.com that Ginnifer “loves wearing edgy makeup” and that “Ginny loves to play up her eyes and wear fun makeup. She’s never afraid of color or going too bold, and lets me have fun and be daring with her looks.”
She used Laura Mercier products (like Laura Mercier Matte Eye Shadow in Noir, Laura Mercier Full Blown Volume Lash Building Mascara in Black and Laura Mercier Kohl Eye Pencil in Black Violet) to get the “heavy, dark” look. We actually think she looked really pretty — it would just be impossible to wear in real life!
Ever the exhibitionist, Nicki Minaj rocked larger-than-life hair, a cat eye with super long lashes and a bold red lip.
Who had the craziest makeup of the night, HollywoodLifers?
— Dory Larrabee
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