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The best blushing beauty looks from the 2016 VMAs

Pinks, blush and nudes ruled the beauty stakes at the VMAs. Here are the best looks.

The VMAs is easily one of the most fun award shows of the year. A less stiff and a bit more casual, the VMAs is a chance for the stars of the music industry to really let their personal style show. With vibrancy and individualism a key element VMAs style, some of the best beauty looks we see all year happen on this red carpet.

This year, there was a notable blushing trend. Today, as we watched the music stars, celebrities and models arrive at the event we couldn't help but spy pink everywhere. Peach tones, cherry lip and fuchsia and more were the popular makeup colours this year and we can't get enough.

Scroll through to see our the best pink inspired makeup looks from the MTV VMAs this year or you can check out the best dressed from the white carpet today.

Ariana Grande

With frosty pink lips and eyeshadow, Ariana absolutely rocked the blush trend.

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Joan Smalls

The peachy tones of Joan's makeup perfectly complemented her flawless complexion.

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Taylor Hill

With a bold black and pink glittery eye, Taylor topped things off with the perfect nudie-pink lip.

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Stella Maxwell

This smoky fuchsia eye might be the hottest look of the evening. Stella looked like a grunge goddess!

Naomi Campbell

Who could look past Naomi's stunning cherry lip? The woman is flawless.

Mia Steiber

Mia Steiber is the Editor of the Shopping section at finder. She has a serious shopping habit and an addiction to gold jewellery. Her talents include tracking down one-off or almost sold out pieces and knowing the sizing charts for just about every brand.

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