The stars went all out for the Star Awards, which turns 25 this year. And slicked back hair – from short to long – and natural makeup are what many of them are going for. Here are the best beauty looks we picked from the red carpet.
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It’s a win for Ya Hui who proved that a side-parted, slicked back pixie cut just adds to the glam factor. Keep the eye makeup simple with eyeliner to define the eyes and go for a pink lippie to keep the look feminine.
Queen of Caldecott Zoe Tay kept the focus on her eyes by going with natural lips with a subtle hint of colour that matches her gown. Who can tell that there’s a 22 year age gap between Zoe and Wu Jinyan?
Local darling Carrie Wong went for a monochrome look from head to toe, with pink eyeshadow and lips to match her pastel pink gown. Her long, loose waves finished off the sweet and feminine look.
Actress Cynthia Koh’s bold lip elevates her otherwise casual-looking hairstyle – a deep side part pulled back into a short but chic-looking ponytail.
While many actresses kept their makeup pared down, the Malaysian actress who made her acting debut in Singapore just two years ago shows that a bold red lip is sure to make an unforgettable impression.
Actress Fann Wong is #skingoals with just-right dewy skin. While we’re seeing lots of slicked back hair, Fann brought some volume to her hair with wavy locks that are pulled back into a low ponytail.
Local actress Hong Ling’s smoky eye stood out among the mostly natural-makeup looks of the night.
Actress-turned-director Joanne Peh kept her look super simple with natural-looking brows and side-parted, slicked back hair.
Other than a pair of super strong brows and a little definition to the eyes, actress Paige Chua looked every bit the natural beauty with sleek, straight hair pinned behind her ears.
The veteran actress opted for old Hollywood waves, a bold lip and a cat-eye – proving that this classic combination is, like her new award, evergreen.
The Chinese actress of Story of Yanxi Palace fame looks fresh-faced and energetic with impeccable brows and a coral lip.
Cool girl Sheila Sim went for a monochrome look with mauve eyeshadow and lips to match. We’re in love with how chic she looks, from head to toe.
Actress Rebecca Lim went with pale pink lips to match her girly gown. She kept her hair simple, centre-parted with loose waves at the ends.