the best and worst beauty looks at the 2017 kids choice awards

The Children’ Alternative Awards purple carpet is at all times a enjoyable one for recognizing new faces—and to see how younger Hollywood interprets the newest magnificence tendencies.

At this yr’s occasion, held on Saturday night time in Los Angeles, it was all about ponytails, rose lipstick, black cat eyes, and naturally, pores and skin that was strobed to perfection.

Listed here are all of the seems to be that you must see:

Zendaya

Zendaya Coleman, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Zendaya on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Zendaya Coleman, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Zendaya’s beautiful glowing pores and skin—lastly, a highlighting and contouring job I can get behind! I am additionally into her half-sleek, half-voluminous ponytail; her pure lashes; and the orangey eyeshadow to match her costume. What I would change: Nothing. (Fairly wonderful how her look has developed in the previous couple of years!)

Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Demi Lovato on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Demi Lovato, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Demi’s coral lipstick (to match her costume), dewy pores and skin and freckles. What I would change: The false lashes are an excessive amount of, and I believe the brow-filling might be much less angular, in a darker color.

Gwen Stefani

Gwen Stefani, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Gwen Stefani on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Gwen Stefani, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Gwen’s ultra-cool-toned pink lip gloss. She is without doubt one of the few who can pull off this hard-to-wear shade. What I would change: The spiky lashes, black cat eyes, white waterlines and drawn-on brows make this look campy.

Heidi Klum

Heidi Klum, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Heidi Klum on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Heidi Klum, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Heidi’s lengthy, silky “bronde” hair. I really like how undone and easy it seems to be in distinction to the plunging, busy costume. Identical along with her make-up—it is properly understated. What I would change: The false lashes are a bit bushy, however okay.

Miranda Cosgrove

Miranda Cosgrove, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Miranda Cosgrove on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Miranda Cosgrove, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Miranda’s teal liner beneath her decrease waterlines. I additionally love the pink lip color and texture. What I would change: Her hair wants a little bit smoothing, and I am unsure how I really feel in regards to the teal liner, copper shimmer shadow and black cat eyes all of sudden. She will be able to carry it, however most of us would wish to stay with simply two.

Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Mariah Carey on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Mariah Carey, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Mariah’s large curls. Usually, she is without doubt one of the worst “mermaid hair” offenders, so this can be a welcome change. Observe the mini braids on the prime. I believe the attention make-up is okay—even the false lashes, since they assist shut up all that lid house. What I would change: That is an instance of heavy basis wiping out all of the dimension of a face!

Kira Kosarin

Kira Kosarin, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Kira Kosarin on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Kira Kosarin, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Kira’s orange-red lipstick and tight, excessive ponytail. Her pores and skin seems to be so glowy, and I admire that her brows are au naturel. What I would change: This is able to be cooler with a clear, naked, simply mascara’d eye.

Dove Cameron

Dove Cameron, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Dove Cameron on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Dove Cameron, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Dove’s insanely flawless pores and skin (after all!) and the girly ribbon adorning her hair. I additionally like how she is carrying the pink eyeshadow development, with matching rosy lipstick. What I would change: These lashes are manner too aggressive. And why are white waterlines making a comeback?!

Becky G

Becky G, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Becky G on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Becky G, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Becky’s brunette waves with a child aspect braid. The feel, shine and heat highlights are excellent. I additionally just like the muted pink lipstick. Have you ever ever seen enamel this white?! What I would change: The attention make-up is simply too heavy, and I believe her basis is a fraction too mild.

Peyton Checklist

Peyton List, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Peyton Checklist on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Peyton List, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Peyton’s lit-from-within pores and skin and pure brows. What I would change: These new hair extensions are too piecey and curly in comparison with the hair on the prime. Along with her truthful colouring, I do not assume she wanted such harsh black liner.

Naomi Scott

Naomi Scott, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Naomi Scott on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Naomi Scott, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Naomi’s clear, trendy updo and polished purple lipstick. Plus, lastly, some pure lashes on this purple carpet! What I would change: Nothing.

Ava Sambora

Ava Sambora, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Ava Sambora on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Ava Sambora, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Ava’s glowing pores and skin and clear, shiny lips. (I am prepared for gloss once more!) Her eyeshadow mixing is nice; the false lashes work as a result of the remainder of her face is naked and impartial. What I would change: This can be a very lemon-yellow shade of blonde!

Jade Pettyjohn

Jade Pettyjohn, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Jade Pettyjohn on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Jade Pettyjohn, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Jade’s tawny lips and cheeks. I am glad she did not cowl up the freckles throughout her nostril. What I would change: For a 16-year-old, I really feel this look is just too grown-up—the hair is just too “executed” and the false lashes are heavy. I like her bushy brows, however the powder color is off.

Brec Bassinger

Brec Bassinger, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Brec Bassinger on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Brec Bassinger, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Brec’s pores and skin seems to be critically air-brushed. She has such stunning eyes, I believe she will carry extra eyeshadow there than most. The excessive ponytail is cute. What I would change: If solely she did not add this over-the-top pair of false lashes!

Candace Cameron Bure

Candace Cameron Bure, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Candace Cameron Bure on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Candace Cameron Bure, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Candace’s informal, side-parted bronde lob is nice. These pink lipstick and blush tones actually flatter her. What I would change: As we have seen earlier than, her forehead pencil is just too purple. The strokes might be much more feathery, too.

Violett Beane

Violett Beane, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Violett Beane on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Violett Beane, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Violett’s naturally feathery brows and fluffy lashes. The smoky eyeshadow is robust, however she has plenty of lid house to work with. What I would change: What’s throwing me off right here is the brown lipstick. I believe a pink or peach can be a more sensible choice with the shadow colors.

Daniella Monet

Daniella Monet, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Daniella Monet on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Daniella Monet, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Daniella’s rosy lips and cheeks—what a reasonably color! She has nice, robust brows and correctly did not go loopy on the lashes. The wavy aspect ponytail is enjoyable. What I would change: Nothing.

Alli Simpson

Alli Simpson, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Alli Simpson on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Alli Simpson, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Alli’s matching mauvey pink lip gloss and eyeshadow. With out false lashes or liner, the impact is super-soft. What I would change: Like Ava Sambora, her blonde is trying overly yellow, so I suppose it is the lighting. Though it isn’t an enormous deal on this case, that is one other instance of too-red forehead pencil. Additionally, what’s up with the tiara?

Bea Miller

Bea Miller, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Bea Miller on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Bea Miller, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Bea’s off-the-face updo and excellent pink lip color and texture. I believe the shimmery, greenish-goldish shadow is cool. What I would change: The thin black waterlines make this really feel a bit harsh; I would fairly see the eyes extra delicate and smudgy.

Lilimar Hernandez

Lilimar Hernandez, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Lilimar Hernandez on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Lilimar Hernandez, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Lilimar’s rose lipstick and pure brows. What I would change: These are the precise kind of lashes I am in opposition to—they’re manner too overpowering, particularly when her brows are already so robust. I am not a fan of the pink highlights at her tear ducts, both.

Ashleigh Ross

Ashleigh Ross, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Ashleigh Ross on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Ashleigh Ross, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Ashleigh’s excessive ponytail (to indicate off her superb hair color), and muted, age-appropriate make-up. These false lashes have the proper texture and stability! Delicate black cat eyes and peachy-nude lipstick and eyeshadow full the look. What I would change: Nothing.

Brady Reiter

Brady Reiter, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Brady Reiter on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Brady Reiter, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Brady’s delicate rose lip stain and wholesome, highlighted hair. What I would change: She’s solely 16, so I do not assume the black cat eyes are obligatory. I would additionally brush out these waves.

Jodie Sweetin

Jodie Sweetin, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Jodie Sweetin on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Jodie Sweetin, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Jodie’s crown braid and child pink lip stain. Her pores and skin seems to be recent and foundation-free. What I would change: As soon as once more, the false lashes are too heavy and the forehead pencil too purple. I believe the updo would look good with a couple of free strands to border her face.

Bethany Mota

Bethany Mota, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Bethany Mota on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Bethany Mota, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Bethany’s ’60s-inspired magnificence look is enjoyable with the choker neckline. I like her clear, shiny lips, and her waves look actually wholesome. What I would change: The matte pale pink eyeshadow is just too literal; this may be extra trendy with a hotter, shimmery hue. The liner across the internal corners can also be harsh, and the double flick did not fairly work (the second will get misplaced!). A mid-length would give her waves a recent replace.

Isabela Moner

Isabela Moner, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Isabela Moner on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Isabela Moner, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Isabela’s brief hair and faux-hawk are actually cool—she wears them effectively! I additionally like her clear, shiny lips. What I would change: These eyebrows are straight from Instagram and look fully drawn on. Quelle shock, I am additionally not liking the big lashes.

Sophie Reynolds

Sophie Reynolds, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Sophie Reynolds on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Sophie Reynolds, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Sophie’s purple lipstick is attention-grabbing, and she or he has good brows with glorious followers. What I would change: With a deep, vampy lip color, every part else needs to be recent—however the heavy lashes, brown shadow and plum blush are simply the alternative. It is overworked. Identical with the hair; the ringlets want brushing out.

Laura Marano

Laura Marano, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Laura Marano on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Laura Marano, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: I am completely happy to see Laura’s new lob haircut, and never the lengthy, droopy mermaid waves she had for a few years. What I would change: She already has such beautiful large brown eyes, there is not any want for an exaggerated black liner flick—and purple lipstick in addition! It is harsh. Additionally, her brows might be softer and ashier.

Noah Cyrus

Noah Cyrus, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Noah Cyrus on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Noah Cyrus, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: Noah’s silver eyeshadow is wonderful, particularly along with her deep blue eyes. I additionally just like the rose lip color, which we hold seeing on this purple carpet. What I would change: I am by no means a fan of dyed black hair (and on this case, matching black brows!). I at all times discover the spotlight on the tip of the nostril perplexing.

Niki DeMartino

Niki DeMartino, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

Niki DeMartino on the 2017 Children’ Alternative Awards.

Niki DeMartino, Kids' Choice Awards 2017

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What I like: If you happen to can see previous the false eyelashes, Niki’s black eyeliner and brown shadow have a lived-in, sooty high quality that’s really fairly cool. And there is not any motive she will’t rock the blue hair. What I would change: There’s an excessive amount of occurring, and it lacks polish. Clearly, the lashes are cray, and the robust eye make-up can be extra balanced with a transparent gloss or nude lipstick. She might additionally darken her brows with an ashy-toned pencil.

Who had your favorite (and least favorite) magnificence look on this purple carpet?

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