We spend lots of time focusing on what stars wear, but what about what they put on their faces? Although makeup may not seem important, plenty of women won't leave home without it.

In a survey, two-thirds of British women said that heading to the office bare-faced caused them more stress than public speaking, going on a first date or enduring a job interview. 91 percent of women surveyed would rather cancel a first date altogether than go without makeup on. And in the U.S., women spend around $7 billion on cosmetics every year.

And that doesn't even include hair. The AP recently reported that in 1950, about seven percent of women dyed their hair. Today? 95 percent or more.

So we're taking a look at This Week In Beauty, showcasing the best, worst and most, um, interesting styles of hair, makeup and nails that we came across this week. Take a look, get inspired and vote for your faves!

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  • Best: AnnaLynne McCord

    AnnaLynne McCord looked amazing arriving at New York's JFK airport. The actress is currently <a href="http://www.stylebistro.com/Daily+Dish/articles/dKhwEHH2JnX/AnnaLynne+McCord+Posts+Makeup+Free+Photo+Protest" target="_hplink">protesting "Hollywood's perfection requirement"</a> and has decided to go makeup free. We love it! (WireImage photo)

  • Worst: Lea Michele

    Lea Michele's hair is usually something to envy, but during the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/07/met-gala-2012-red-carpet-arrivals_n_1497975.html" target="_hplink">"Schiaparelli And Prada: Impossible Conversations" Costume Institute Gala</a> at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, her lopsided hair looked more messy than chic. (Getty photo)

  • Best: Camilla Belle

    Very few people can pull off bold brows and wine stained lips, but Camilla Belle is certainly one of them. Belle looked stunning at the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/07/met-gala-2012-red-carpet-arrivals_n_1497975.html" target="_hplink">Met Gala</a> this week sporting a dark, sultry look. (Getty photo)

  • Worst: Eva Green

    We loved actress Eva Green's dark hair when she arrived for the British premiere of her film "Dark Shadows." But it seems the actress forgot to touch up her light roots, leaving the top of her hair looking very thin. (Getty photo)

  • Best: Beyonce

    Of course Bey is on our best list! Her understated makeup looked amazing at the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/07/met-gala-2012-red-carpet-arrivals_n_1497975.html" target="_hplink">Met Gala</a>, all soft and peachy in contrast to her <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/07/beyonce-met-gala-2012_n_1498451.html" target="_hplink">sheer, envelope-pushing dress</a>. (Getty photo)

  • Worst: Janine White

    Yes, Janine White is known for big curls... but we've never seen her hair as frizzy as it was during the 26th Prix Veuve Clicquot this week. A little smoothing serum would definitely help control the frizz! (Getty photo)

  • Best: Brooklyn Decker

    Brooklyn Decker epitomized summer beauty at the "What To Expect When You're Expecting" New York screening this week. She kept her makeup very light and even rocked beachy waves and a new piecey fringe... we're big fans. (Getty photo)

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