5 Red-Carpet Beauty Looks to Steal for Your Wedding

Pining over Gisele's gorgeous locks? Drooling over Kate Bosworth's flawless skin? So are we! That's why we went to the pros to find out how to re-create these celebrity looks on your wedding day.
  1. How to Get: Kate Bosworth's Glowing Skin

    Our favorite celebrity aesthetician, Renee Rouleau, says there's nothing more effective to remove dull, dry skin than an acid peel. Her Triple Berry Smoothing Peel works in as little as five minutes. Start with
a test patch (you'll apply the full peel the same way). First, apply a thin coat of solution to a small section of skin on your forehead. When it tingles, rinse with cool water. Finish with moisturizer.

  2. How to Get: Lea Michele's Smile

    Irwin Smigel, DDS (the celeb dentist who created the Supersmile system), claims that this easy treatment "gets your teeth two to four shades whiter in six minutes." Prep for your wedding day with the pocket-size Supersmile Quikee gel. Just apply a drop to your teeth and smooth across with your tongue until it's dissolved. It whitens teeth (and freshens breath) at once.

  3. How to Get: Gisele Bundchen's Natural Waves

    The secret to Gisele-style curls is not using a curling iron. "Curling irons can make hair look too done," says celebrity hairstylist Oribe. Instead, begin by spritzing a shine spray all over damp hair. This adds moisture and keeps hair from tangling. Then, separate hair into large sections and create pin curls. Start at the end of each section and roll the strands upward until you meet the base of your scalp. Secure with a clip. Once your hair dries, run your fingers through it to loosen the curls into soft waves.

  4. How to Get: Freida Pinto's High Pony

    The casual ponytail is having a high-fashion moment. But what separates this style from those worn by the cheerleaders on Glee is the glamorous pouf on the top. To try it yourself: Separate the middle section of your hair from the front to the crown, and hold the section up and tease underneath to give your hair volume; spray with hairspray to set. Gently comb your unteased locks over the teased section and smooth flyaways. Pin into a pouf and then gather the rest of your hair into a high pony.
  5. How to Get: Emma Stone's Tousled Updo

    To get this messy yet sophisticated updo, work a texturizing spray into damp hair. Next, use curling irons with two different barrel sizes (half-inch and one-and-a-half-inch barrels), which creates a more natural look, and wrap sections of your hair to curl. Spray volumizing dry shampoo into the roots to get that extra lift. Comb through your hair with your fingers, gather your hair into a high ponytail, twist and pin.