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Get the Glamorous Makeup We're Expecting to See at Met Gala 2014

May 5 2014 - 4:30am

Every year, the Costume Institute benefit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art brings forth the biggest names in fashion paired with A-list celebrities as their mannequins, er, dates for a night. Last year, the theme was Punk: Chaos to Couture, which inspired many edgy and extreme hair and makeup moments [1] (RIP to Anne Hathaway [2]'s white-blond hair [3]). However this year, we expect the beauty to be a tad more tame.

For 2014, the Met Gala will honor the work of designer Charles James [4]. In fashion, that means extravagant ball gowns with architectural shapes. But for beauty, you can expect hairstyles sourced from the '40s and '50s (like French rolls, chignons, and pin curls). There are also sure to be multiple brick-red lips, tons of winged eyeliner, and overdone angular aches on the red carpet come May 5. It's all just a guessing game at this point, but we've taken notes from Charles James's designs to create a makeup palette of our own.

Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art [5]

Inspired by Babe Paley in a Charles James Gown

Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art [6]

"Red," She Said

MAC 35 Lash [7] ($16)
Bobbi Brown Dark Brow Kit [8] ($47)
Nars Lipstick in Trans-Siberian [9] ($26)
Kevyn Aucoin Precision Liquid Liner [10] ($34)
Lancome Infinite 24-Hour Eye Shadow in Timeless Taupe [11] ($25)
Deborah Lippmann Lady Is a Tramp [12] ($18)

Inspired by Charles James Ball Gowns

Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art [13]

Pastel and Pretty

Chanel Eye Shadow Quad in Fascination [14] ($59)
Essie Loophole [15] ($9)
Make Up For Ever HD Blush 210 [16] ($26)
MAC Pigment in Old Gold [17] ($21)
Tom Ford Lipstick in Nude Vanille [18] ($49)
Stila Eye Shadow in Cha Cha [19] ($18)

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