Margot Robbie’s best red carpet beauty looks

In terms of red carpet beauty, actress Margot Robbie and her makeup artist Pati Dubroff are hard to beat.

The pair may have only been working together for a few years, but in that short time they’ve managed to turn out a banquet of iconic makeup moments and even blessed us with hacks for flawless foundation, for which we will be forever grateful.

Whether they’re reimagining the classic beauty looks of icons like Sharon Tate and Harley Quinn, or redefining the term ‘classic’ all together with a polished Chanel campaign or two, it’s hard to name a more iconic duo for creating drool-worthy red carpet makeup.

Here are some of the best red carpet beauty looks they’ve collaborated on.

Monochromatic makeup
Robbie rocked an on-trend relaxed red lip that matched her cherry-hued eyeshadow and blush, bringing to life a monochromatic makeup moment we won’t be forgetting anytime soon.

Image credit: @patidubroff

Neutral glam
We don’t know if it’s Miss Robbie’s cool-girl fringe, but this lowkey neutral glam makeup look that Dubroff created for the 2021 Oscars red carpet is too perfect for words.

Image credit: Getty

Refined smokey eye
Looking every bit the Chanel poster girl, Dubroff’s refined take on a kohl-rimmed eye is sleek to say the least. The only thing we need to know now is what illuminator Robbie’s wearing because we’re obsessed TBH.

Image credit: @patidubroff

60s no-makeup makeup
Adorable micro-braids aside, this redefining vision of Sharon Tate’s iconic ‘60s style is to die for. Dubroff created the look (as well as a wardrobe of other ‘60s-inspired bangers) for the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood press junket.

Image credit: @patidubroff

‘60s smokey eye
Dubroff recreated another one of Tate’s eye-emphasising looks on Robbie, this time choosing to stick to the brow-grazing eyeshadow application techniques popularised during the decade.

Image credit: @patidubroff

Contrasting colours
Who said you can’t wear red and blue together? Robbie’s perfect porcelain visage and expertly groomed brows may look flawless, but it’s the contrasting lip and eye moment that does it for us.

Image credit: @patidubroff

Polished glam
From the noughties blow-out to the angled smokey glam eye makeup, we’re lowkey obsessed with this polished take on red carpet glam.

Image credit: @patidubroff

Messy Blue Mascara
A little bit rock ‘n’ roll, a little bit classy; this messy blue mascara look is easy enough to recreate if you have a kooky coloured mascara in your makeup arsenal.