Hollywood's elite always look flawless, from their red carpet premieres to their grocery store jaunts. How do they do it? Read on to discover the secrets behind their star style.
Are you a flat iron type of girl? What about a curly cutie? ELLE lets you know how to easily translate celebrity style — from make-up to hair and everything in between.
Celebrity style: Wavy hair
Thick, luscious wavy locks are a hair staple in Tinseltown. Everyone from Marilyn Monroe to Jennifer Aniston have rocked this look. Here’s a look at some of our current fave celebs who are riding the wave.
Celebrity style: Classic beauties
Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn took the titles of classic beauties in their day with timeless features and a certain je ne sais quois. Today there is a new flock of classic Hollywood beauties, such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Halle Berry. Here are a few from the bevy of gorgeous A-listers who are rocking golden skin, beautiful hair and stunning eyes.
Celebrity style: Red lips
From glossy to matte, deep to vibrant hues, red lips are a fave in Tinseltown. Here are our fave celebrities, like Charlize Theron and Reese Witherspoon, who pull off a red pout time and time again.
Red carpet glamour: You know you want it
Want to look picture-perfect? ELLE Canada gives you some fabulous tips, courtesy of April Jacob, founder and creator of Pink Beauty, to get your glam on! From sexy, shimmering eyes with lengthy lashes to soft flushed cheeks and the perfect pout, she lets you in on the secrets to being irresistibly feminine, fabulously chic and perfectly playful for your close up!
Get celebrity-worthy hair
For most stars their hair is a big part of their signature look – especially its colour. Whether you want to be a blonde bombshell like Naomi Watts, a fiery redhead like Marcia Cross or make a move to the dark side like Katie Holmes, ELLE enlisted the help of Christopher Martin, Canadian spokesperson for Clairol and co-owner of Shagg Salon in Toronto to give us the lowdown on how to get, and keep, close-up worthy hair colour.