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Kerry Washington, Kate Upton And More In This Week's Best And Worst Beauty (PHOTOS)

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If we had to pick a soap opera title that would best describe this week in beauty, it would have to be "The Bold and the Beautiful."

While making the promo rounds for Season 3 of "Scandal," Kerry Washington wore voluminous curls that made us want to know what type of curling iron she uses and Princess Charlene of Monaco sat front row at Louis Vuitton's spring 2014 show sporting a shocking matte purple lip color. However, Alicia Keys' attempt at daring smokey eyes failed miserably. (There's always makeup remover!)

Check out our picks for this week's best and worst beauty looks and let us know if you agree.

BEST: Kerry Washington

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Look at that body! (We mean Washington's hair, of course.) The 36-year-old actress' thick curls frame her face perfectly and accentuate her chestnut highlights. And her berry lip gloss is a nice pop of color.

BEST: Kate Upton

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This Sports Illustrated swimsuit model's pared-down hair and makeup are quite refreshing. When your hair is cut into bouncy loose layers like Upton's, all you need is a little mascara and eyeliner.

BEST: Princess Charlene of Monaco

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It's official! Purple lipstick is the IT shade of the season. The deep magenta color is striking against the royal's glowing complexion.

BEST: Elizabeth Hurley

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The breast cancer awareness advocate is pretty in pink with her flushed cheek color and glossy lips. Hurley's lush waves and lashes add the finishing touch.

BEST: Sandra Bullock

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We can't help but gasp over the gorgeous red carpet looks the "Gravity" star has been wearing these past few weeks. And this super straight hair and brown smoldering eye makeup is one of our favorites.

WORST: Shenae Grimes

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Are you under there, Shenae? We can barely see the "90210" actress underneath her dark and heavy bangs hairstyle. Plus, her complexion appears a tad orange.

WORST: Alicia Keys

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Keys sure knows how to rock a pompadour, but she could use some help choosing the best makeup shades for her skin tone. That shade of blue-gray shadow on her lids reads harsh, and the tomato red lipstick isn't flattering at all.

WORST: Roselyn Sanchez

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The "Devious Maids" actress' low chignon is too severe, and the way her strands are wrapped around her head makes it look like she's wearing a turban.

WORST: Gina Gershon

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We hate to admit this, but we prefer the blonde wig dons as Donatella Versace in the upcoming TV movie "House of Versace" over her naturally frizzy hair. Gershon is in desperate need of a deep conditioner.

WORST: Camilla Belle

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When you're lucky to have some of the best brows in Hollywood, you really don't need to do much. Belle's top knot-and-bob combo makes the young star look as though she really didn't put much thought into her appearance.

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