The 2022 Red Carpet Beauty Trends We’ll To Be Emulating All Year Round

After what seems like never-ending virtual red carpets, the 2022 award season has kicked off and is bringing with it the return of in-person events — which, lucky for us, means the celebrity set hasn’t disappointed on the beauty front. The Critics Choice Awards are done and dusted but we’re still fawning over the latest and greatest red carpet glam (that have us quickly reaching for our beauty bags ready to imitate the best in the biz). From Selena Gomez’s radiant, flushed look to Elle Fanning and Kristen Stewart’s nod to Old Hollywood Glamour, there’s a lot to be inspired by. Here, we look to the products that helped create some of these jaw-dropping beauty moments.

Who says you can’t pair a bold lip with an equally bold eye? Elle Fanning made a major case for the duo look, complimenting her daring matte red lip with a signature winged eye, courtesy of makeup artist Erin Ayanian Monroe. Better yet, we know exactly which colour was used for the actress’ look — L’Oreal’s iconic Rich Matte Addiction Lipstick in shade Retro Red.

Nobody does red carpet beauty quite like Selena Gomez, and her latest outing proves no different. As glowing and radiant as ever, Gomez’s go-to makeup artist Hung Vanngo used the actress’ own beauty brand, Rare Beauty, to create the stunning look. In particular, it was the label’s Soft Pinch Liquid Blush in shade Hope and Positive Light Liquid Luminizer in Enlighten that rounded out the glam, which are bot available at Sephora so we can imitate the luminous finish for ourselves.

As Jodie Turner-Smith’s makeup artist Shekia Daley told Vogue, the actress’ latest red carpet beauty look was all about combining “sexy and soft” touches to complement her bright Gucci gown. It was all done using Guerlain’s signature products, including the Mad Volume mascara in Mad Black to finish it all off. Other products we suggest include the beauty brand’s Cream Shadow Stick in Warm Brown/Golden Brown, as well as The Eye Pencil Kohl Contour in Deep Purple.

If anybody is going to pull off sultry red carpet glam, it’s Kristen Stewart — and boy, did her latest appearance nail it. Jillian Dempsey revealed on Instagram that the pair wanted to bring ‘90s supermodel meets classic Hollywood Glamour to the red carpet, and of course, employed Chanel Beauty to offer up the neutral metallic tones. If you’re looking for a palette that can recreate this look, turn to Chanel’s Les 4 Ombres in Modern Glamour and add a swipe of Rouge Coco Flash in shade BOY.