The biggest makeup trend at the Critics' Choice Awards

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We’re just two major award shows into the year, but we can already confirm that pink will be one of the biggest colour trends of 2020. While soft pastels and magentas made huge statements on past red carpets, including last week’s Golden Globes, Sunday’s Critics’ Choice Awards proved that rosy hues were here to stay.

Zendaya 

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The “Euphoria” star shut down the red carpet in a striking two-piece dress by Tom Ford, and topped off her look with smokey hot pink eyeshadow. The 23-year-old actress is known to doing her makeup for the red carpet, but whether she did it this time around is still in question. In her latest Instagram post, she credits Kim Kimble, Hollywood’s specialist in hair extensions, wigs and weaves, for her braided locks. To get the look, try the new Fenty Beauty Snap Shadows Mix & Match Eye Shadow Palette in 4 Rose ($33).

Kate Beckinsale

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Beckinsale went for a clean and monochromatic look with rosy lips, cheeks and dramatic shimmery eyes to match. Celebrity makeup artist Rob Scheppy used Armani Beauty Lip Maestro in shade 300 ($49) to create a soft matte finish on her lips. 

Saoirse Ronan

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Ronan’s makeup artist Kara Yoshimoto Bua used Chanel’s new longwear liquid shadow Ombre Première Laque in shade No 26 Rose Quartz ($49) to create a soft, blurred effect across the actress’s top and bottom lids, and paired it with a bold lip by Rouge Spectaculaire ($45). The pink and red trend paired perfectly with the “Little Women” star’s hand-embroidered tiered Erdem gown

Rachel Brosnahan

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Wearing a bright tangerine tulip-skirt gown by Carolina Herrera, Brosnahan’s makeup artist Lisa Aharon decided to take the pink route with hot fushia lids. To keep the neon shadow in place, Aharon prepped the lids with a light layer of Dior Backstage Eye Primer.

Cynthia Erivo

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The “Harriet” actress rocked a beautiful marble mosaic-print Fendi Haute Couture gown with a soft finish of hot-pink-accented eyes. Celebrity makeup artist Terrell Mullin used Armani Beauty’s Eye Tint Liquid Eyeshadow in 41 ($39) to create this old Hollywood-inspired look on Erivo.


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