By Amber Kallor for Style.com.
The Material Girl has spurred many a beauty trend -- platinum dye jobs, bold brows and beauty marks, to name just three -- and at 56 years young, she doesn't show any signs of stopping. And when it comes to club-worthy hair and maquillage, Madge's message in her latest music video, "Bitch I'm Madonna," is clear: "We go hard or we go home."
While her iconic, oversize bows make an appearance on the underage party girls in the opening scene, the legend also explores many a recent backstage beauty phenomenon, including black lips (à la Giles' Fall '15 show) and candy-colored hair (embraced by many a model on the runway and red carpet). Whether you're hitting the elevator right up to the rooftop at The Standard or dancing under the flashing lights with Alexander Wang, the Queen of Pop provides plenty of options for stealing the spotlight and blowing up the house tonight. Here, 10 looks to try before you pop bottles and swim in the hotel pool with your clothes on.
A white headband instantly recalls The Virgin Tour days and keeps hair off your face when you're getting freaky on the dance floor. For even more of a statement, tie a crisp, cotton scarf into an extra-large bow, like the head wraps seen at Giambattista Valli's Fall '14 Couture show.
Got dark circles from a long string of late nights? Skip the concealer and reach for glitter like Miley Cyrus.
We ruled ombré as a hair color trend that is on its way out, but if anyone can make it feel fresh again, it's Madge. Hot-pink ends the same color as a studded leather jacket or your Barbie-themed Moschino ensemble make a dip-dye job feel shiny and new.
Bathing is a must before you get sweaty at the club, but doing it with a saucy ponytail, pasties and a friend is entirely optional.
A matchy-matchy beauty moment works when it includes doorknocker earrings, fuchsia lipstick and Katy Perry.
Electric eyeliner and crimson lips -- Rita Ora demonstrates that overdosing on color is a risk worth taking.
Vampy pouts were spotted on the runway at Marc Jacobs, Giles and Emanuel Ungaro this season, but this duo makes a strong case for slicking on black before turning up the bass.
Nicki Minaj's Pepto-pink wig looks strangely familiar...likely because model Fernanda Ly rocked the same cut and color on Louis Vuitton's runway first. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, right?
Grillz: Love 'em or hate 'em, mouth jewelry provides no shortage of flash.
For a subtler approach, look to Beyoncé's cameo for direction: Flawless skin, strategically placed highlighter and a wash of gold-tinged gloss is guaranteed to turn heads.
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