The 10 craziest celebrity beauty looks of 2012
What-the-heck-is-going-on-here red-carpet beauty moments.
This year was jam-packed with what-the-heck-is-going-on-here red-carpet beauty moments that made our jaws hit the floor--or just really confused us. Here are the top 10 craziest celebrity beauty looks of 2012, in no particular order. (Oh, and in the spirit of solidarity with the stars we're picking on, I included a couple instances where we originally actually called the look a Do before promptly being told otherwise by our readers. Hey, just like these celebs, we can't get it right every time!)
1. Jennifer Love Hewitt starred in When Fake Eyelashes ATTACK! Seriously--these enormous, spidery fake lashes could scare a Kardashian.
5. Tyra Banks scared the crap out of everyone with this up-to-the-brows eye makeup (and creepy exaggeration of her signature smize).
6. Demi Lovato took the wrapped-ponytail concept to uncomfortable new heights. Was that a leather whip in her hair?
9. Debra Messing's lash curler turned against her.
10. Penelope Cruz forgot to blend her bronzer and walked the red carpet with brown cheekbones.
So there you have them--the most memorable celebrity beauty misses of 2012. We can only imagine the wacky moments that 2013 will bring, but in the meantime, I'm pretty sure that image of Tyra Banks will continue to haunt our dreams.Which of these do you thin wins biggest beauty miss of 2012?
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