Although Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards cater to an adolescent audience, there was plenty of adult glamour on the orange carpet. With a bevy of beachy waves and bronzed makeup palettes, stars were embracing that Spring feeling. Zoom in on the best celebrity hair and makeup looks of the night (before they were doused in green slime).
It was a casual look for Kristen Wiig, who wore a bright poppy-colored lip look to play up her reddish hair color at the Kids' Choice Awards.
Mom-to-be Fergie  was glowing, from her honey-blond hair to her bronzed complexion.
Ashley Tisdale  was sporting the lastest high-contrast ombré trend of dark roots and platinum tips.
A faux undercut and aquamarine eyeliner gave Jessica Alba 's look an edgy rock-star feeling.
Selena Gomez 's pale blue eyeliner matched her blouse, and her hair was styled in voluminous waves.
Katy Perry 's inky black hair was the focus of her beauty look, while her makeup remained neutral.
A messy side fishtail braid on Kristen Stewart  is one casual hairstyle you'll want to copy again and again this season.
Khloé Kardashian matched her tousled beach waves with a subtle brown smoky eye and nude lip gloss.
While Bella Thorne is known for her intricate updos, she stuck to the basics with a straight, sideswept-bang hairstyle and simplistic makeup palette at the Kids' Choice Awards.
Ke$ha's powder-blue suit and embellished shades didn't detract from her platinum waves and bubblegum-pink lip color.
Gold-medalist Gabby Douglas kept it cool with glimmering gray eye shadow, nude lip gloss, and stick-straight strands.
Mad Men actress Kiernan Shipka complemented her floral sundress with a carefree half-up hairstyle and bold brows.
Victoria Justice went for a classic look, with bouncing curls and a pop of pink lipstick: an ideal warm-weather combination.
Beachy waves were the ideal style for actress Miranda Cosgrove, and her rosy lipstick was the finishing touch.
Lucy Hale paired a loose ponytail with an electric pink lip color for her walk down the orange and purple carpets.