1. Copper Tone
For Ellen Pompeo, a soft-hued gloss paired with light-reflecting shadow on the eyes emphasized a glowy texture all around. To re-create her palette, use a liquid highlighter on the top of the cheekbones, along with a creamy pink blush on the apples of the cheeks. Tie it together with a pale pink lip color, like Topshop's balm in Sheen ($8), and a shimmery copper shadow, like Bare Escentuals' eye color in Noble ($13), a medium bronzed sand.
2. Golden Girl
With her Farrah Fawcett-style waves and golden makeup, Beyoncé Knowles looks like she just stepped off the set of the latest Charlie's Angels film. To get her glistening take on the '70s-era trend, stick with a neutral gloss and focus on the eyes. Swipe a shimmery gold shadow on the lower lash lines, like Shu Uemura pressed eye shadow in Sparkling Gold ($21), and finish with a thick line of black liquid liner on the top lash area.
3. Hit the Matte
Emma Roberts proves that you don't have to go the dewy route to get a sizzling hot look. Try the look yourself with CoverGirl's Natureluxe foundation ($12). Line the upper and lower lash lines with a soft seafoam green shade, and add depth to the creases with a toffee-hued shadow. Physicians Formula shadow and liner palette in Bronzed Green Eyes ($11) has all you need to get the job done.
4. Bohemian Chic
To get Nicole Richie's cool-girl style, use a tinted moisturizer for a hint of luminescence, and apply a dusty pink hue, such as Beach Tint in Watermelon ($25), to the cheeks and lips. Smudge a generous amount of cocoa-colored eyeliner on the upper lashes, and top off with a Grecian-inspired gold headband.