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Steal Red Carpet Beauty Secrets From The Stars!

Want to look as good as a celeb for your Quinceañera? We break down their best red carpet beauty and hair tips and tricks here!

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Plum Perfect

Demi Lovato, Mis Quince, Beauty how-to, purple eyeshadow, latina beauty looks, celebrity makeup inspiration Plum Perfect

Demi Lovato's brown eyes pop with this gorgeous plum! To get her look, sweep a lighter shade of purple eyeshadow beneath your eyebrow and across your entire eyelid. Choose a deeper hue—we love MAC eyeshadow in "Trax"—to layer over your eyelids. Make sure to blend the two shades for a smooth transition from dark to light! Then, sweep your favorite nude blush upward, across the apple of your cheeks, toward your temple.

Loud Mouth

Mis Quince, Beauty how-to, Emma Stone Loud Mouth

Emma Stone's bold lipstick is the focal point of this glamorous look! Try pairing a bright shade of lipstick, like "Scarlet Ibis" from MAC's Marilyn Monroe collection, with a chic and simple cat eye.

Dress Up the Ponytail

Mis Quince, Beauty how-to, Selena Gomez, ponytails, celebrity hair and makeup Dress Up the Ponytail

A curling iron, hair tie, and a little hairspray are all you need to recreate Selena Gomez's elegant ponytail! Part your hair down the center and use a medium barreled curling iron to add loose waves. Gather your hair at the nape of your neck into a low ponytail and tie with a hair elastic, leaving a few shorter, face-framing pieces out at the front. Finish the look with a light spritz of hairspray!

Smoky in Style

Mis Quince, Beauty how-to, Vanessa Hudgens Smoky in Style

To get Vaness Hudgens' smoky eye, smudge charcoal gray eyeshadow across your eyelid. Then, line your top and bottom lashlines with a black pencil liner. Finish off with two coats of volumizing mascara, like Maybelline Colossal Cat Eyes Mascara, on your top and bottom eyelashes to complete this look.

Ballerina Bun

Mis Quince, Beauty how-to, Jenna Ushkowitz, ballerina bun, topknots, celebrity hair and makeup Ballerina Bun

Jenna Ushkowitz looks lovely in a ballerina bun! For this look, you'll need a hair elastic, hairspray, and loads of bobby pins. First, brush your hair into a super high ponytail. Twist your hair, wrap it around the base of the ponytail, and use bobby pins around the base of the bun to secure it to your head. To keep your hair in place, spritz hairspray all over and use a paddle brush to smooth your hair down.

Gorgeous Glow

Mis Quince, Beauty how-to, Kat Graham, celebrity hair and makeup Gorgeous Glow

Get Kat Graham's glow by using a bronzer that's only a shade or two lighter than your skintone. Then blend a creamy blush, like MAC's Cremeblend Blush, onto the apples of your cheeks. Recreate her smooth and shiny waves by using a heat protection spray before using a flat iron, to prevent your hair from frying! Make waves by twisting the end of your hair around a thin flat iron and holding for a few seconds, or wrap your ends around a large curling iron.

Do Up Your Look

Mis Quince, Beauty how-to, Nikki Reed, updos, celebrity hair and makeup Do Up Your Look

Steal Nikki Reed's elegant updo by first using a curling iron to create soft curls throughout your hair. Part your hair down the center and pull it back into a low and loose ponytail, allowing a shorter strands to fall free around your face. Gather a few curls at a time and pin them around the base of the pony tail, until all your hair is pulled back. Finish the look with a veil of lightweight hairspray, like Garnier Sleek and Shine Hairspray, to keep hair in place, but still look soft.

Style Blues

Mis Quince, Beauty how-to, Kat Deluna Style Blues

Kat Deluna put a blue spin on the classic smoky eye! Instead of using the usual gray and black eyeshadow, go for steel blue and navy eyeshadow, like MAC eyeshadow in "Moon's Reflection" and "Deep Truth." Line your eyes in black or navy blue eyeliner and use multiple coats of mascara for lengthy lashes.

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