When Halle Berry hits the red carpet, she commands everyone's attention.
The 47-year-old actress turned heads at the Los Angeles premiere for the upcoming sci-fi TV series "Extant." Dressed in a gunmetal gray Jenny Packham dress and black Christian Louboutin heels, Berry wowed with her signature pixie haircut. The textured bangs fell perfectly against her flawless complexion and drew us in to her metallic eyeliner.
Keep scrolling down to find out why Halle Berry stands out on this week's best and worst beauty list.
BEST: Halle Berry
Berry's pixie is always on point! And we love how she enhances her gorgeous caramel skin with the right amount of eye makeup and blush.
BEST: Bailey Noble
The "True Blood" actress is a doppelganger for model Petra Nemcova with her voluminous waves, winged-out liner and glossy lips.
BEST: Olivia Wilde
Even though we're over ombre hair, we can't help but love Wilde's natural-looking highlights which mimic her bronze eyeshadow.
BEST: Molly Sims
Sims embodies classic American beauty with her tousled, blonde locks and rosy glow. The subtle white liner along her lower waterline makes her haze eyes pop.
WORST: Cara Santana
Jesse Metcalfe's girlfriend broke a cardinal beauty rule by brushing her smokey eyeshadow up way too high. It's such a shame to see her beautiful face covered in so much eye makeup.
WORST: Annie Wersching
We're not exactly sure what look the "24" actress was trying to achieve with this big-and-teased hairdo that's giving us bad '80s flashbacks.
WORST: Ellen Page
Kudos to Page for experimenting with a sultry cat-eye, but the wrong placement (and shade) of blush comes across as though she rushed with her makeup.
WORST: Lorelei Linklater
The budding actress' facial expression says it all: she doesn't look too happy with this unflattering shade of black lipstick.