Beauty & The Met: Our Favorite Makeup & Hair Looks From the 2024 Met Gala and How to Recreate Them

If the looks were look-ing at the 2024 Met Gala last night, then we can also say that the beauty was beauty-ing.

The variations of glam we witnessed last night were varied, timeless, bold and trendy. And all of them served us viewers well, and especially brides.

From dewy bases and blushed cheeks to mermaid curls and bangs for days; brides everywhere can truly glean great inspo from the hair and makeup looks last night. And here at, we’ve gathered our favorite looks and the perfect products to help achieve them for your wedding day glam.

Let us know in the comments who YOUR favorite beauty look from last night was worn by and what bridal glam aesthetic you’re going for, for your big day!

Tyla’s Summer Glow

Makeup by Pat McGrath. Hair by Lacy Redway.

Tyla’s sanded look last night was perfectly complimented by her glowing glam. Featuring a dewy base, winged eyeliner and peachy glow cheeks, this makeup look is ideal for a beach wedding bride or summer nuptial look.

To achieve this look, try out Fenty Beauty’s new Soft’Lit Naturally Luminous Hydrating Longer Foundation to get a glowing base without compromising long-lasting wear.

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Maleah Joi Moon’s Updated 90’s Fingerwaves

Makeup by LB Charles. Hair by Monte Everett.

Maleah Joe Moon alluded to the iconic, sultry glamour of the 90’s with her elegant finger waves. And the best part of this look is it can go from day to night!

To achieve this look, try out Cantu’s Wave Whip Curling Mousse with Shea Butter to mold your fingerwaves into your dream look!

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Aya Nakamura Chic 90’s Bun & Frosted Cheeks

Hair by Candy Brown. Makeup by Glam By Majha.

Aya Nakamura absolutely slayed on the Met steps last night and her glam is what made her look standout all the more. With her ode to 90’s updo’s a lá Pamela Anderson style along with her frosted glow, this glam was a vision to look at.

To achieve this look, try out Rare Beauty’s Soft Pinch Luminous Powder Blush in “Happy” to get blushing, frosted cheeks.

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Taylor Russell’s Audrey Hepburn Bangs

Makeup by Celia Burton. Hair by Joey George.

Taylor’s custom Loewe look was accompanied by a stunningly neutral-toned makeup look and short, blunt bangs a lá Audrey Hepburn. The bangs in this look are chic and sophisticated, adding character and whimsy to her ‘fit.

To achieve this look, try out Got2b Glued Blasting Freeze Hairspray Aero to get maximum hold on both your bangs and bun.

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Jodie Turner-Smith’s Blown Out Eyes

Makeup by Kelechi. Hair by Ursula Stephen.

Jodie Turner-Smith went for bold last night at the fashion event of the evening and while her outfit was a showstopper, what made it perfect was her blown out smoky eye look. While seemingly heavy to some, her dark smoked out eyes actually added depth and edge to her look.

To achieve this look, try out Charlotte Tilbury’s Luxury Eyeshadow Palette to get the blown out glam that bridal dreams are made of.

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Da’Vine Joy’s Mermaid Blowout

Makeup by Sheika Daley. Hair by Tai Simon.

Mermaid crimped hair is both ethereal and gorgeous to look at, and Da’Vine Joy showed this statement to be true with her Met look. Styling her hair in this way added femininity and glamour to her look and made her orange tresses an additional character to her denim look.

To achieve this look, try out this BEACHWAVER 3B Waver Triple Barrel Hair Waver to get a waved hair look for your big day.

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Written by Fashion & Beauty Writer, Kennedi LéShea.

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