The New Beauty Icons
The New Beauty Icons
The New Siren: Angelina Jolie
Angelina Jolie’s signature bat-wing-black liquid eyeliner, expertly arched eyebrows, pristine porcelain complexion and sleek, polished hair recall Elizabeth Taylor’s elegant, refined beauty-but with a rebellious edge. Her look is “simple, sophisticated and slightly mysterious,” says Jolie’s makeup artist Matin. Since her full lips inspire enough awe without a heavy dose of color, Matin mutes them with a creamy soft-beige lipstick—drawing more attention to Jolie’s captivating catlike eyes.
The New Bombshell: Jessica Simpson
Jessica Simpson's full-bodied, layered blond waves and glossy, girl-next-door makeup call to mind a modern-day Farrah Fawcett. “Jessica’s look (bronzed skin, thick lashes and pink lips) is all about highlighting her natural beauty, her flawless skin and her perfect bone structure,” says Simpson’s makeup artist Mary Phillips, who uses a neutral earth-tone palette with a hint of light-catching shimmer that works just as well on a sunny beach as it does at a blockbuster premiere.
The New Goddess: Jennifer Lopez
A modern-day Sophia Loren, Jennifer Lopez single-handedly sets the bar for red-carpet glamour. With her smoky eyes and super-glossy peach lips, Lopez shines like a goddess with every detail impeccably in place. And who can forget the famous glowing complexion that turned summertime bronzers, shimmery shadows and luminizing lotions into year-round necessities? “Jennifer’s look is a reflection of her deep inner confidence-it’s almost otherworldly,” says her longtime hairstylist Oribe.
The New Bohemian: Sienna Miller
A relative newcomer to the Hollywood scene, Sienna Miller has made a big splash with a relaxed, sexy but still approachable look that is reminiscent of a fresh-faced, beachy-chic Brigitte Bardot. With her understated makeup (slightly smudged black kohl eyeliner and little else) and tousled, wavy hair, Miller has given us a new definition of modern glamour. “Undone is done for Sienna-the idea is to make her look like she did everything herself,” says Miller’s hairstylist Alex Dizon.