When a celeb beauty look ends up in the Refinery29 beauty team chat, it could go one of two ways. But every time a photo of Lana Condor (a.k.a. Lara Jean from the Netflix hit To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before) drops in, it’s a stream of prayer hand emoji, all-caps OMGs, and exclamation points from everyone — so you know it’s good. Scrolling through her Instagram feed, we find ourselves obsessing over her voluminous eyelashes and wondering if we should invest in ponytail extensions.
Aside from being one of this year’s biggest breakout stars, Condor is a beauty queen in her own right. She manages to serve countless screenshot-worthy hair and makeup moments with every appearance. She’s gone from an extra-long ponytail to an edgy bob, her cheekbones could practically blind you through the phone screen, and she isn’t afraid to tango with bright eyeshadow. Let’s just say… girl’s beauty game deserves a few love letters, too. Check out her most stunning habits ahead.
1. Loads Of Lashes
Like her on-screen character Lara Jean, Condor loves a thick set of lashes. When her natural lashes aren’t coated in mascara, she’s either rocking wispy falsies or cat-eye shaped extensions.
2. Bright Eyeshadow
While some of us steer clear of bright orange and green eyeshadow, Condor proves that color can be fun. The actress often wears vibrant pigments on her lids like this pumpkin-colored look that left us drooling. She’s also dabbled in sea green, rose gold, and peach-colored shadow for red carpet appearances.
3. Wavy Bob
4. Blinging Highlighter
No it didn’t just get sunny in here, it’s just Condor’s perfectly highlighted cheekbones. Her makeup artist Anton Khachaturian keeps her face perfectly sculpted and the apples of her cheeks topped off with reflective shimmer.
5. Pouty Lip Gloss
Since Condor often plays up her eyes with dramatic eyeshadow and winged liner, her lips are usually kept simple. But don’t get it twisted — she can still wear the hell out of a red lip. Khachaturian frequently uses neutral pink or brick-colored lip gloss, which creates a plumped effect.
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