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The 4 most noteworthy beauty looks from the 2015 MTV Movie Awards

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The 4 most noteworthy beauty looks from the 2015 MTV Movie Awards

IMG_0787From top left: Cara Delevingne, Shailene Woodley, Jennifer Lopez and Emily Ratajkowski (Images: Getty)

Missed the show last night? The beauty team weighs in on the 4 most noteworthy beauty looks from the 2015 MTV Movie Awards red carpet. CaraDelevigne Cara Delevingne's old-school glam Katherine Flemming, health and beauty editor: Cara looked like a 1920s screen siren fresh from a dip in the pool, proving that runway-wet hair can work on the red carpet. Victoria DiPlacido, assistant beauty editor: As much as I love a glam '20s wave, the look is a little formal for the MTV Movie Awards, non? 469507864 Emily Ratajkowski's slicked-back summer look KF: Another gleaming situation, that I was really into. Years ago I would have rushed to her side with a handful of blotting papers, but this neutral dewy vibe feels very now. VDP: Her brows, man. Look at them! They are glorious. Watch out, Cara. 469513072 Shailene Woodley's braided bun KF: I'm really starting to tire of braids as they JUST WON'T GO AWAY but this interpretation is a bit more mild – perhaps because it's a bit more mussed up. I'll take it. VDP: I know I just Cara looked too formal, but I wish Shailene would have stepped it up just a little in the hair/makeup department. I feel like she could have transitioned seamlessly to Coachella post-show. 469508490 Jennifer Lopez's glamazon vibes KF: Bronzey, contour-y, lipgloss-y and nude lips. In other words, on-brand J-Lo. Which isn't to say there's anything wrong with it, but I think she could have pulled back on at least one of the gold elements – whether it was the button, earrings, eyeshadow or highlights. VDP: Slow clap for J-Lo, shutting it down on the red carpet as per usual. READ MORE The 5 jokes that just made Amy Schumer our new girl crush MTV Movie Awards: The John Green love fest
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The 4 most noteworthy beauty looks from the 2015 MTV Movie Awards