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We'll be updating this slideshow with tons of how-tos straight from the celebrity hairstylist and makeup artists themselves! Click through to find your favorite Met Gala beauty looks now, and come back to learn exactly what the pros used to create them.
Makeup artist Brigitte Reiss-Anderson used Marc Jacobs Beauty products to achieve Karlie Kloss' stunning cat eye and nude lip.
Chanel celebrity makeup artist Rachel Goodwin wanted to go for "a look that exuded modern and relaxed glamour" for Emma Stone, Revlon's global brand ambassador. To achieve a sun-kissed complexion, Goodwin first applied Chanel Perfection Lumiere Velvet Smooth-Effect Makeup in Beige 30, then added a subtle all-over glow with Revlon PhotoReady Skinlights Face Illuminator in Peach Light. To match her pink Thakoon outfit, Goodwin completed the look by applying Revlon ColorBurst Balm Stain in Cherish and lining the lips with Chanel Aqua Crayon Lip Color Stick in Rosewood.
Always one to turn heads, Beyoncé paired a deep berry lip color with her beaded headpiece.
Hairstylist Adir Abergel glammed up Kristen Stewart's messy fishtail braid with a '40s wave in the front.
Click here to learn how to recreate Dree Hemingway's Grace Kelly-inspired look.
Thanks to Joan Smalls, we'll be wearing electric purple lipstick to our next formal event.
It's a fact that you can never go wrong with old Hollywood-style waves and Blake Lively's glossy version is a case in point.
Inspired by Lupita's emerald green Prada gown, celebrity makeup artist Nick Barose created complementary smoky purple eyes for the Lancome brand ambassador. The key product behind the look was Lancome Color Design Eye Shadow in Miss Sweetheart D.
Liu Wen finished off her elegant look with a dark red lip color by Estée Lauder.
The SK-II brand ambassador's skin always looks picture perfect, but it was Kate Bosworth's super-sleek, ultra-deep side part that caught our immediate attention.
With slicked-back hair and luminous skin, Kendall Jenner looked just as sophisticated as her sister Kim.
Whether or not you're a fan of Rihanna's messy-hair-don't-care vibe, you have to admit her neutral makeup look, a pretty mix of pinks and mauves, makes the most of her features. And that glow? It's thanks to vBeaute's crazy-hydrating Buying Time face moisturizer.
Suki Waterhouse goes vampy with a just-bitten dark red lip and a windblown updo.

Marissa Marino for Moroccanoil created a glam, structured updo for Selena Gomez, mainly to put her show-stopping earrings on display. "First, split hair into three sections: ear-to-ear, temple-to-temple and the crown. Create a ponytail at the nape ofthe neck with the bottom section and then roll the entire pony and pin horizontally for a tube effect," says Marino. "Next, roll the middle section horizontally and pin it beneath the bottom roll. Lastly, lightly tease the top section, roll vertically—like a French twist—and pin it into the middle roll."

A mix of Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse and Luminous Hairspray Strong transforms sleek strands into voluminous, bouncy hair that holds up all night. Between her fancy, modern updo, sophisticated lip and smoky eyes, Selena Gomez looks glam and decidedly more grown-up.

"Anna Kendrick's eyes are the focal point of this look," says makeup artist Sara Glick. "I prepped the skin all-over with Burt's Bees new Brightening Even-Tone Moisturizing Cream to give her a dewy glow. Then to create the cat eye, I used eyeshadow primer, followed by a black liner pencil and topped off with a liquid liner with a felt tip pin." After a few swipes of mascara and darkening the brows, Burt's Bees Tinted Lip Balm in Red Dahlia completed the look.
Taylor Swift's signature red lipstick couldn't have been more appropriate for the occasion.
Celebrity hair colorist Marie Robinson lightened Chloe Grace Moretz's look for the night. "She wanted a pretty sunshine blonde that looked natural and beachy, but not necessarily 'colored,'"she said. We love how the half pulled-back style brings out her pretty highlights—and cheekbones!