Margot Robbie can really do no wrong when it comes to beauty looks (or fashion, for that matter). With the help of her incredible makeup artist, Pati Dubroff, she always achieves a rare breed of understated glam, even when she's opting for amped-up red carpet makeup. And let's not forget her lovely hair—the actress has sported some incredible styles over the years, from vintage curls to chic updos, and we'll never forget that perfect bob.
Thanks to her recent round of promo opportunities for Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood we've been particularly spoilt for Margot-based goodness. Keeping with the spirit of the retro movie, it's no surprise we're seeing vintage-inspired makeup and hair to match—and it's enough to drag even the most ardent no-makeup-makeup person away from their basics. But there's more—lots more…
Keep scrolling for eight of my all-time-favourite Margot Robbie beauty looks and shop my product recommendations for how to get her style at home.
This versatile cream bronzer can be worn over or under foundation for a sun-kissed glow. Use a fluffy brush to apply it for a naturally radiant finish.
Dubroff used this exact product on Margot's eyelids for a balmy, glossy eye look. Use your fingers to apply it over a powder eye shadow, or wear it alone for a subtle sheen.
This peachy-coral polish has to be one of my favourite summer shades for nails.
Apply two coats of this orange-pink from Charlotte Tilbury—blotting with a tissue between each one—for a bold lip that won't budge.
Spray this onto freshly washed strands before blow-drying your hair to amp up the volume.
Pat McGrath's matte lipsticks are one of the most comfortable, creamy formulas on the market. This pinky nude looks gorgeous on all skin tones.
Opt for pressed glitters like these from Matte Revolution for the easiest route to sparkly lids. I press them on with my fingertips rather than using a brush for more precise application.
Even the straightest of hair can achieve retro curls with this wand. Take sections of hair about 2 inches wide for a bouncy yet relaxed wave.
This new eyebrow pen from Glossier allows you to draw on precise hair-like strokes for natural-looking yet defined arches.
If you're skipping hairbands, use a generous spritz of hair spray at the ends of your hair to keep your mini plaits in place.
If you're new to eye shadow, this subtly illuminating silvery hue is a great shade to start with. Just follow Margot's lead and brighten your eye area right up with a similar coloured creamy shadow, taking it into the inner corner of the eyes to properly make your eyes pop. Pair with a natural pink lip hue and you're good to go.
A little goes a long way with these Milk Makeup pigments. Take the smallest of dots on your fingertip and smooth it over your eyelid. You'll have a few seconds to blend it before it sets in place.
Use a glitter-infused eyeliner along your upper lash line and into the inner corner of your eye to complete your metallic look.
This glitter-infused eyeliner can be worn as a thin line of colour to define your lashes or layered up all over your eyelid for a full-on sparkly eye.
For best results, apply at least two coats of this mascara to let the blue pigment really pop.
I really loved it when Margot had a bob, and every picture I see like this one makes me want to chop my own old style back in. This half-up, half down style complete with subtle surfer-girl waves suits the Aussie actress perfectly. And truthfully, those brows deserve their own Instagram account.
Generously spray this through damp hair, twisting your strands with your fingertips as you go. The end result? Beachy waves without having to reach for the curling tongs.
This iconic brow product has a pencil on one side to fill and define your brows and a spoolie on the other side to blend the colour through and fluff up your brow hairs.