With not one but three major red carpet events at the start of this week, we were spoilt for choice on the celebrity beauty front.
Christina Ricci and Shailene Woodley. Photos: PA
Christina Ricci made two appearances in London this week. Her first stop was the Baftas on Sunday night, but our favourite look was from the Elle Style Awards on Monday. Not only did the star look stunning in a Jonathan Saunders gown, her blunt fringe, sleek locks and glowing complexion made us fall in love with her impeccable red carpet style even more. (It was the hint of metallic green eyeshadow that made this look for us).
As for the Baftas, rising star Shailene Woodley shunned groomed red carpet glamour for a fun, quirky style. Charles Worthington worked his magic on her hair but her top knot wouldn't have been complete without the addition of the hot pink lipstick. We're expecting big things from Shailene at the Oscars...
So who wins beauty look of the week for you? Let us know by voting below and find out how the beauty experts rated the stars' styles.
While we love Christina's polished look, Shailene's fun, fresh look wins it for us. Who know that top knots could look so glam on the red carpet?
Both are gorgeous girls with great makeup, focusing on glowy skin with a pop of colour, so this is a tough one! Christina has given her look a dash of colour with metallic green eyeshadow, while Shailene has used pink lips to add interest to her look. Personally, I prefer Christina's look, as I feel like the eyeshadow really enhances her entire look in an understated manner.
For more celebrity beauty, see our favourite hairstyles from last weekend's Baftas below:
- Christina Ricci
Ricci's blunt fringe added a super chic touch to her crushed, metallic Givenchy gown.</p>
- Edith Bowman
Bowman's 60s-inspired do looked oh so glam on the red carpet.</p>
- Elizabeth McGovern
The <em>Downton Abbey</em> star's sleek, curled crop showed off her strapless gown perfectly.</p>
- Joanne Froggatt
Note to Christina Hendrics: this is how to do the half-up, half-down do on the red carpet.</p>
- Kristen Wiig
Wiig's loosely curled locks looked effortlessly elegant paired with her simple Ferretti gown.</p>
- Meryl Streep
We don't usually see Streep wear such structured styles but we loved this scraped-back updo on the star.</p>
- Shailene Woodley
Our award for best hairstyle of the night went to rising star Shailene Woodley. She proved that top-knots can be glamorous with this statement style.</p>
- Tilda Swinton
Who else could pull off this Bowie-esque curled quiff?</p>
- Jessica Brown Findlay
The <em>Downton Abbey</em> girls all got their hair right on the night, and we loved Jessica's classic ballerina bun, created by Charles Worthington especially for the event.</p>