April 15, 2013 Makeup.com Looks

Red Carpet Roundup: Our Favorite Beauty Looks from the MTV Movie Awards

Stars hit the red carpet for the 2013 MTV Movie Awards in Culver City, California, Sunday night, bringing a playful take on award season glam. Here’s a roundup of our favorite beauty looks from the night’s event.

Karlie Kloss

2013 MTV Movie Awards - Arrivals

Model and red carpet host, Karlie Kloss’ orange pout, bouncy bob and playful eye makeup were the perfect contrast to her sexy Cushnie Et Ochs cutout dress. Recreate the look with a swipe of Yves Saint Laurent Rouge Volupté in Orange Shiver and Shu Uemura’s Eye Light Pencil in White on your lower waterline.

Selena Gomez 

MTV Movie Awards 2013

Before hitting the stage to perform her new single, Selena Gomez rocked a sophisticated pompadour and a subtle smoky eye on the red carpet. Between the textured braid, glitzy gold and sultry shadow, we had major flashbacks to Jana Kramer’s Academy of Country Music Awards look. Do you see it?

Brittany Snow

MTV Movie Awards 2013

Nominee Brittany Snow stunned with her steely smoky eye and asymmetrical bob. To recreate her sleek strands, spritz your hair with a protective thermal spray (we like Redken’s Iron Shape 11) before straightening.

Holland Roden

MTV Movie Awards 2013

Teen Wolf star Holland Roden’s flirty look landed her the title of “Newest MDC Beauty Crush.” We love how she paired her bold liner, pink cheeks and feminine lip with relaxed strands for a modern take on retro glamour. Channel her look with Urban Decay’s Lure False Lashes and a subtle pink pout.

Zoe Saldana

MTV Movie Awards 2013

Zoe Saldana’s red carpet style never fails to make us swoon and last night’s look was no exception. It’s nice to see Saldana with relaxed waves, and (no shock here) we love her in a bold lip.
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