Under-eye bags, size XL baggy T-shirt, messy top-knot -- not the cute kind -- and some splotchy leftover foundation we didn’t quite rinse off the night before: yep, we woke up like this.
When you roll out of bed in the mornings and the sight starting back at you in the mirror is mildly horrifying, take a deep breath and remember you aren’t the only one sporting the disheveled look. It’s comforting to know that even the most gorgeous celebrities don’t wake up looking like themselves as we see them on TV and on magazine covers. Except for Beyoncé; we’re pretty sure Beyoncé wakes up looking like Beyoncé.
The phrase “it takes a village” was never more applicable than when talking about celebrities and their public facades of flawlessness.
Hair: Ken Paves
One of the most sought after hairstylist in the fashion and entertainment industries, Paves has created award-winning designs on the tresses of Celine Dion, Christina Applegate and Jessica Simpson.
Makeup: Claudia Betancur
As a L’Oreal Brand Ambassador and beauty editor of Venue Magazine, Betancur is an industry veteran who has also worked with gorgeous celebrities like Jennifer Lopez and Kim Kardashian.
Wardrobe: Charlene Roxborough
Besides Longoria, Roxborough’s clientele includes styling album cover looks for artists like Nelly Furtado and keeping stars like Jeremy Renner looking handsome.
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Hair: Jen Atkin
After getting her start working every season at New York Fashion Week, Atkin now works with top designers like Alexander McQueen and Lanvin, and top celebs like J-Lo and Sofia Vergara.
Makeup: Patrick Ta
Ta cut his teeth in the industry working with Jessica Alba, and soon other celebrities began to take notice of his amazing work. Take one look at his Instagram, @patrickta, and you’ll see he has no shortage of noteworthy clients.
Wardrobe: Brad Goreski
Gaining notoriety from starring on the popular series The Rachel Zoe Project, Goreski now serves as Exclusive Brand Stylist for Kate Spade New York and dresses the likes of Jessica Alba, Demi Moore and Minka Kelly.
Hair: David Babaii
The son of a legendary hairdresser in London, Babaii has earned the title of one of the most in-demand stylists today. His impressive roster includes Jennifer Lawrence, Angelina Jolie and Gwyneth Paltrow, among dozens of other A-listers.
Makeup: Melanie Inglessis
Raised in Paris and educated at the London College of Fashion, Inglessis lends her talents to the famous faces of Olivia Wilde, Lea Michele and Rachel Weisz.
Wardrobe: Sophie Lopez
Lopez gravitates toward super-revealing dresses that showcase and accentuate different parts of a woman’s body, and she’s also known for styling the English rock band Muse.
Hair: Bridget Brager
Brager started as an assistant to Danilo, Heidi Klum’s hairstylist, graduating to working NYFW shows and high-profile red carpets for January Jones, Naomi Watts, Rachel McAdams and many more.
Makeup: Pati Dubroff
Dubroff, who is anti-contouring and has been very vocal about embracing natural beauty, has a celebrity roster including beauties such as Charlize Theron and Dakota Johnson.
Wardrobe: Kris Zero
Zero’s editorial work can be found anywhere from Vogue to InStyle to V magazines, and she has collaborated with top brands from Tom Ford to Levis.
Initially working with supermodels, Danilo delved into the Hollywood scene to work with the likes of Mariah Carey, Lady Gaga and Gwen Stefani, whom he’s been with for over 19 years.
Makeup: Linda Hay
After starting out as a fashion model to finance her dreams of working in makeup, Hay’s career skyrocketed and her work is now featured in reputable publications like W, Vogue Italia and Allure.
Wardrobe: Maryam Malakpour
After getting her start decking out Mick Jagger in the 90s, Malakpour moved on to style the likes of David Bowie, Lenny Kravitz, Coldplay and Shakira, to name just a few.
Hair: George Northwood
Northwood does editorial work for notable publications like Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue, as well as lending his talents to his celebrity clients like Alexa Chung and Cameron Diaz, all while being a brand ambassador and consultant for global haircare brands like Kerastase, Redken and Pureology.
Makeup: Mary Greenwell
Greenwell touts over 25 years of experience in the beauty industry, working with everyone from Cate Blanchett to Cindy Crawford.
Wardrobe: Cher Coulter
Stylist to starlets such as Kate Bosworth and Sienna Miller, Coulter’s portfolio also includes some of Hollywood’s biggest male names like Eric Bana and Orlando Bloom, among others.
Hair: Johnny Lavoy
Hairstylist to the stars and owner of Moda-Rey Salon and Spa, Lavoy was also the lead hairstylist on Project Runway seasons 10, 11 and 12.
Makeup: Moani Lee
Hailing from the prestigious makeup design school in Paris, Christian Chauveau, Lee is an in-demand artist in the editorial, commercial, fashion and celebrity realms with her work being featured in the likes of Vogue and Marie Claire.
Wardrobe: Tiffany Gifford
After five years as Fashion Editor and Stylist at Condé Nast Traveler magazine, Gifford now resides in Nashville, TN styling country artists like Lambert, Little Big Town, Katie Armiger and Thompson Square.