Serena Williams Always Wears These 5 Beauty Trends & No One Has Noticed

It’s safe to say that Serena Williams is winning. She won her first match at Indian Wells earlier this week (only to be bested by her sister, Venus, in the end, but it’s all good). She’s definitely winning at motherhood — have you seen her adorable daughter? — and now, after years in the spotlight, she’s still winning the red carpet beauty game.

In fact, TMZ reports that the tennis star filed to trademark the name Aneres, which could potentially be a beauty line. Given Williams’ love of big hair, pretty lipstick, and dope manicures on and off the court, we have a feeling that it’s going to be good. While we’re waiting (with baited breath) on more news — and hopefully product details — let’s take a look at Williams’ tried and true beauty go-tos.

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1. Power Ponytails
When you’re winning titles and making history, you’re probably a little too busy to make a fuss about your hair. Which is probably why we’ve seen Williams in her fair share of updos on and off the court… including this gilded, segmented ‘do that was created by Vernon François.

“Serena’s Versace dress was the inspiration for this hairstyle,” he told us. “With the gold detail and padded shoulders, the look needed to give face, so I was like, ‘ Ponytail it is!’ Snatching her hair up, away from the face, like this works well because it emphasizes the features.”

2. Pink Lips
You can always count on Williams to give you a pretty-in-pink pout, whether she’s on the carpet or playing around with Instagram filters. It’s been reported by Blaq Vixen Beauty that one of her go-tos is Smashbox Lipstick in Splendid with Sephora Collection Lip Gloss in In the Buff, which looks exactly like the look she’s wearing here.

3. Rosy Blush
Sir John (who created Williams’ Met Gala 2017 look) told us that a little bit of well-placed blush is all you need to make your face come alive. Williams consistently relies on this trick to bring life to her visage, typically choosing a deep pink shade worn on the apples of her cheeks. Tip: …read more

Source:: Refinery29

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