Three Bold Beauty Looks We Must Discuss

08/15/2013 at 06:15 PM ET

Three beauty looksK. Winter/Getty; S. Dziekan III/WireImage; J. Campbell/Startraks

Nude beds. Clear gloss. A few swipes of mascara. Nope, not happening for these these ladies. Lucy Hale, Keri Russell and Lily Collins all raised the bar on their beauty routines recently. And if you’re feeling ballsy (or bored with your minimal makeup situation) you might want to steal one of these bold looks.

Let’s start with Lucy’s mani. The Pretty Little Liars star didn’t need to rely on nail art to make her fingers standout at the Teen Choice Awards. She selected a metallic shade and shared a close-up of her look on Instagram with the funny caption, “No place like Chrome.”

Keri distracted us from her amazing side-swept waves (not an easy feat) with a bright pop of pink on her lips at an Austenland screening in N.Y.C. Her hue? Marc Jacobs’s new lacquer lip gloss in “Boom Boom.”

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And if you’re feeling really adventurous, tear a page out of Lily’s beauty playbook and add some major drama (and length) to your lashes with a heavy spider-eye and head-turning orange pout like the actress did at the Flaunt magazine and G-Star Raw event in L.A. Yes, she’s probably wearing falsies. No, you shouldn’t test this look out on a first date. Statement brows sold separately.

Tell us: Which look is your favorite?

–Brittany Talarico

FILED UNDER: Beauty , Celebs , Cosmetics , Lucy Hale , Nails
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