Glee: The 3D Concert Movie Premiere – what they wore

I have only ever seen a few episodes ever of Glee – but I do admire those kids for being like the old Hollywood icons, artists, who can sing, dance AND act while some also play instruments!

TV’s hottest stars shone brightly at the premiere for Glee: The 3D Concert Movie held in Los Angeles at the Regency Village Theater on August 6th.

Leading ladies Lea Michele and Dianna Agron worked it with stunning designer gowns and edgy makeup looks.

Lea wore a statement mini Marchesa cocktail dress. The black dress showed off her summer tan and bronzed makeup look. She wore smoky eye makeup accentuated with black eyeliner rimming her top and bottom waterline. Her cheeks were contoured with strong bronzer and a pale pink pout completed the look and kept Michele’s makeup looking fresh and young.

Dianna rocked up with an edgy tousled hairstyle to go with her classy Christian Cota tulip wrap dress. She softened her rock star hair with subtle pretty makeup. Her eyes were highlighted with a light shimmer eye shadow and a thick line of black eyeliner on her upper lashes. Her cheeks showed just a hint of a natural pink blush and pale pink lips to match.

Sarah Hyland wore a cute white Nuj Novakhett dress with black and pink accents and sexy cut-out details on the waist. A pair of Giuseppe Zanotti sling-backs completed her look. Her hair was braided to the side and her make-up looked flawlessly natural.

Charlotte Ross wore a bold printed Alexander McQueen gown which she paired with a skull clasp McQueen clutch. Her blond hair hang down while her make-up was simple and understated, with dark long lashes, a hint of blusher and glossy nude pink lips.

So, are you a Gleek!?! Who’s look did you love?

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