5/08/10 5/04/10 POPSUGAR Beauty Makeup Met Ball Pictures and News 20 Gorgeous Looks From the Met Gala May 4, 2010 by Beauty 6 Shares Chat with us on Facebook Messenger. Learn what's trending across POPSUGAR. View in slideshow Stars were out in full force at the Met Costume Institute Gala. From smoky eyes to winged-out liner to retro-inspired hairdos, there was a bevy of beauty on the red carpet. Read on to see some of the best hair and makeup looks, along with tips for re-creating them at home! Jessica Alba Image Source: Getty Jessica Alba's gorgeous Old Hollywood hairstyle was created by Renato Campora. To create the look, on wet hair, Campora worked Fekkai Advanced Full Blown Volume Styling Whip ($23) through Jessica's hair, and then gave her a center part. Using a flat brush, he then blew her hair completely dry. With a one-inch curling iron, he curled her entire head and pinned the curls up, letting them dry for five minutes. Once cooled, he gently brushed hair out to create a soft wave. Using his fingers, he rolled her hair and loosely secured it with bobby pins at the nape of her neck, then finished the look with hairspray. Fekkai Advanced Full Blown Volume Styling Whip from skinstore.com Buy Now Naomi Watts Image Source: WireImage Naomi Watts was a Chanel girl at the Met Ball. She wore Chanel Blush Duo Tweed Effect in Tweed Pink ($45) and Chanel Rouge Coco in Cambon ($30). Chanel Blush Duo Tweed Effect in Tweed Pink from saksfifthavenue.com Buy Now Chanel Rouge Coco in Cambon from shop.nordstrom.com Buy Now Emma Watson Image Source: Getty Emma's pretty waves are courtesy of Ted Gibson. He began on wet hair, working in Build It Blow Dry Spray ($20) and Tame It Shine Lotion ($20), then blew her hair dry. Afterward, he used a medium barrel curling iron to create soft waves and finished off the look with a soft-hold hairspray. Build It Blow Dry Spray from drugstore.com Buy Now Tame It Shine Lotion from drugstore.com Buy Now Kerry Washington Image Source: Getty Kerry Washington sparkled in a shimmery pink lip gloss. And while most of the focus is on her ultra-smoky eye makeup, it's the way she brought it all together with a complementary blush that warrants a second look. Smoky eye + pink gloss + blush that nearly matches the dress = one stunning way to pair your makeup with a crimson dress. Kristen Stewart Image Source: Getty Fekkai's Renato Campora created Kristen's hairstyle. To do it, he began by working Fekkai Coiff Extra Control Styling Gel ($23) through Kristen's wet hair, then created a deep side part. He dried her hair and used his fingers to create a wave. Next, piece by piece, he pinned the back of her hair with bobby pins, creating waves in the back while keeping the sides and front smooth.To set the look, he finished with a spritz of hairspray. Fekkai Coiff Extra Control Styling Gel $23 from folica.com Buy Now Jennifer Lopez Image Source: Getty To complement her Zuhair Murad dress, Jennifer’s stylist Juan Carlos Maciques of the Rita Hazan Salon decided to give her a tousled upsweep. To create the look for yourself, begin by working volumizing mousse through your wet hair. Then blow dry with a round brush, lifting from the roots to add more volume. Once your hair is dry, straighten further if you need to. Gather your hair into a low ponytail, then pull out sections in the front, from directly above your ears forward, to create messy, face-framing pieces. Pin the rest of your hair into a low bun, and finish the look with plenty of hairspray. Claire Danes Image Source: WireImage To create Claire's intense eye look, makeup artist Gucci Westman lined the top and bottom lids with Revlon ColorStay Liquid Liner in Black ($7) and applied Revlon ColorStay 12 Hour Eye Shadow in Sultry Smoke ($7) to lids. She finished the look by waterlining Claire's inner, upper lids with black eyeliner pencil. Revlon ColorStay Liquid Liner in Black from walgreens.com Buy Now Revlon ColorStay 12 Hour Eye Shadow in Sultry Smoke from drugstore.com Buy Now Taylor Swift Image Source: WireImage Cover Girl's Pat McGrath created Taylor's gorgeous makeup look. To do it yourself, begin by applying a taupe shadow from lash line to crease, then apply a slightly darker brown or fawn shadow in the crease itself. To line your eyes, sweep a liquid liner from the inner corner of your upper lids all the way out to the end of your eyebrows for maximum dramatic effect. Kristen Bell Image Source: Getty To create beachy curls like Kristen’s, start by spritzing your dry hair with a high hold hairspray. Then, using large rollers, roll your hair up loosely. Once the rollers are cool, take them out, spritz on a layer of shine spray, and run your fingers through the curls to loosen them up. Finish with another light misting of hairspray. Anne Hathaway Image Source: WireImage If you're searching for the perfect laid-back hairstyle that's simple to do, let Anne Hathaway's wavy 'do be your inspiration. Stylist Ted Gibson began by applying his Treatment Hair Sheets ($15) to the actress's hair, blowing her medium-length cut dry. Next, he used a small-barreled curling iron for body and a spritz of hairspray to finish. Treatment Hair Sheets $15 from target.com Buy Now Thandie Newton Image Source: Getty Thandie kept her makeup palette fresh and clean, but with a little touch of winged-out liner, the actress brought it to a whole new level. To create a similar look at home, start off with a gentle hand and apply black liner on both the upper and lower lashlines and waterlines, lightly tugging out on the outer corners to extend the line ever so slightly straight out. For lasting finish, set by using a liner brush and matte black shadow, like Stila Eye Shadow Matte Pan in Makalu ($18). liner brush and matte black shadow, like $18 from shopstyle.com Buy Now Stila Eye Shadow Matte Pan in Makalu $18 from skinstore.com Buy Now Gwen Stefani Image Sources: Getty and WireImage Gwen's voluminous French twist was styled by Danilo, who said, "I created a dramatic, contemporary twist inspired by Grace Kelly and the Hitchcock film goddesses." To re-create the look, he used Pantene Pro-V Medium-Thick Heat Protection & Shine Spray and Pantene Pro-V Root Lifter Spray Gel (both out in stores in June) while blow-drying. After pinning back the updo, Danilo used his fingers on top to form a piecey texture for the finishing touch. Zoe Saldana Image Source: Getty Want to re-create Zoe's gorgeously glowing complexion? Nars's Orgasm Illuminator is the secret. Mila Kunis Image Source: WireImage Sometimes, all it takes is a hint of color to make a makeup look a real knockout. For a similar look, encircle your eyes with a similar shade, like Benefit Velvet Eye Shadow in Fancy Pansy ($18). Top off with a light application of black liner and several coats of mascara to complete. Benefit Velvet Eye Shadow in Fancy Pansy $18 from benefitcosmetics.com Buy Now Sienna Miller Image Source: WireImage Sienna's inspiration? Brigitte Bardot. The secret to her shine? Stylist John D. finger-combed Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream through her hair before blow-drying it. Nicole Richie Image Source: WireImage For a big voluminous look like Nicole's, dust off your roller set. First blow-dry with a volume-enhancing mousse, focusing on creating lift at the front and crown. For a bohemian feel, place the rollers vertically starting a few inches down from the roots. Blake Lively Image Source: Getty With hair swept back, Blake's fresh face takes center stage. To create the look, start with Nars Skin Smoothing Face Prep ($30) and the perfect sheer bright red shade of Multiple Tint in Beverly Hills ($38). Top it off with Nars Love Devotion Lipstick ($24) to get a peachy-perfect finish. Nars Skin Smoothing Face Prep $30 from sephora.com Buy Now Multiple Tint in Beverly Hills $38 from narscosmetics.com Buy Now Nars Love Devotion Lipstick $24 from narscosmetics.com Buy Now Kate Bosworth Image Source: Getty Inspired by a beautiful Valentino dress, makeup artist Kate Lee gave her a vintage '30s makeup look. For that perfect pink glow, Kate wore Chanel Powder Blush in Imprevu ($42) on the cheekbones and bridge of the nose, and for the lips, Chanel Rouge Coco in Rose Comete ($30), a soft blue-pink, provided the perfect accentuating finish. Chanel Powder Blush in Imprevu $42 from saksfifthavenue.com Buy Now Chanel Rouge Coco in Rose Comete $30 from shop.nordstrom.com Buy Now Rosario Dawson Image Source: Getty To set off Rosario’s no-makeup look, makeup artist Troy Surratt used Creamy Lip Color in Raisin Berry ($22). Simple, pretty, sexy. Creamy Lip Color in Raisin Berry $22 from bobbibrowncosmetics.com Buy Now Jessica Stam Image Source: Getty Balance dramatic eye makeup with a barely there lip color; Stam wore Belle De Jour Velvet Matte Lip Pencil from Nars. 2010 Costume Institute GalaZoe SaldanaTaylor SwiftKristen StewartBlake LivelyEmma WatsonRed CarpetJessica StamMila KunisKerry WashingtonRosario DawsonKristen BellThandie NewtonJennifer LopezMakeupCelebrity BeautyHairAnne HathawayGwen StefaniJessica AlbaKate BosworthClaire DanesNicole RichieNaomi WattsSienna Miller Stay Stylish With OurFashion and Beauty Newsletter You're subscribed! 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