The Most Stunning Celebrity Hair & Makeup Looks Straight Out Of Coachella

Like clockwork, celebrities flock to the California desert every April for a weekend (or two) of sun and outdoor concert-hopping at Coachella. Yes, festival season kicked off this weekend and, if the flood of palm trees and private-jet interiors on your feed is any indication, the most excitable A-listers swarmed the valley. Even better, judging by the first round of Instagram posts, the whole festival season week going to be full of next-level looks.

Ahead, we’ve rounded up the best of celebrity Coachella desert style — from models with glowing skin and lace crop tops to A-list actresses dressed down in ripped denim and metallic nail polish. Scroll through for our favorite festival looks, flown in from this spring’s most VIP party venue.

Gigi Hadid

The supermodel makes the case for the simplicity of a fuss-free, bouncy blowout, leaving all the attention to her colorful layered necklaces and a funky tie-dye vest.

Julie Sariñana

The glitter cheekbone highlight is the prettiest festival makeup trend to come out of Coachella. The gemstone hair pins run a close second.

Jasmine Tookes

The VS model is clearly a Coachella pro, choosing a trendy floral minidress and classic aviator sunnies with photo-ready waves to match.

Olivia Culpo

Baby-pink silk bows are best styled with a pink-tinged highlight, à la Olivia Culpo.

Rowan Blanchard

Rowan Blanchard’s sassy pixie cut looks even cuter paired with a neon-pink crop top and peep-toe sandals in front of a palm tree-sprinkled backdrop.

Kendall Jenner

An up-close shot shows that the supermodel opted out of shadow and instead rocked an unexpectedly cool kitten-flick of liner across her eyelid crease.

Katy Perry

The classic red manicure is the perfect complement to Katy Perry’s bold black and yellow ensemble.

Joan Smalls

Three words: Neon blue shadow.


Draya Michele

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Dainty hairline decals are spring’s coolest styling trend.

Photo: Rachel Murray/Getty Images.


Winnie Harlow

Pastel-pink hair may be on track for a comeback.

Photo: Christian Vierig/Getty Images.


Maggie Rogers

Maggie Rogers did what she does best, keeping her beauty look au naturel — hair down and wavy — with a touch of glitter swept across her eyelids.

Photo: Rich Fury/Getty Images.


Janelle Monae

We’re here for Janelle Monae in a demi-matte red lip and a metallic manicure.

Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images.


Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez’s Coachella performance wasn’t the only surprise this weekend: She also gave fans an unexpected beauty look with a fresh set of extensions and face-framing braids.

Photo: Scott Dudelson/Getty Images


Kacey Musgraves

With a soft smoky eye and loose, glossy waves, Kacey Musgraves brought her signature country glamour to Coachella.

Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images.

Jordyn Woods

Woods kicked off the weekend with gorgeous butt-skimming braids by Los Angeles-based braider Tanasia McLean.

Elsa Hosk

Currently coveting Elsa’s Palm Desert style: minimal makeup and a messy topknot styled with a sexy lingerie top under an oversized Oxford, with chunky dad sneakers to boot.

Romee Strijd

We knew Romee Strijd had gorgeous hair, but this low-key desert look — bright blonde strands casually flipped over to one side — is further inspiration.

Aimee Song

Suede cowboy boots and a polished low bun might just be this spring’s chicest fashion-beauty combo.

Victoria Justice

We’re loving the hippie sunnies and the destroyed T-shirt, but our favorite part about Victoria Justice’s Palm Desert style has to be her silver chrome manicure.

Kiana Ledé

If you’re heading to the desert, be sure to pack two blinged-out pins to clip back your front pieces. It’s the style for spring, and musician Kiana Ledé’s Coachella look is proof.

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