Beauty Guide: The Billboard Latin Music Awards

These Latina hotties were killin' it on the red carpet. Check them out, then turn some heads by stealing their looks. We tell you how.

1. Billboard Beauty: Adrienne Bailon

Adrienne Bailon looks radiant and bronzed. Get the look by using a gold shadow on your lids, and extending it slightly above the crease. Use a slightly darker bronze on the lid and into the crease for definition. Line your upper lid with black liner, creating a subtle cateye effect by making the line slightly thicker as you extend out, and extending the line slightly past your eye. Use a lenghtening mascara to play up those peepers. Finish with a nude gloss. 

2. Billboard Beauty: Paulina Rubio

Paulina Rubio keeps things fresh and whimsical. Get the look by using a peach-toned eyeshadow and black eyeliner to rim your eyes (note: don't use too much underneath your eyes!). Finish with a peach lipgloss. 

3. Billboard Beauty: Jenni Rivera

Jenni Rivera looked gorgeous at the awards (per usual). To nab her look, use a highlighting creme on your lids. Wet an eyeshadow brush and drag in a dark navy shadow. Line your eyes and extend slightly out. (Using a shadow to line your eyes will be less dramatic than using a liner). Finish with a swipe of mascara and super-shiny gloss. 

4. Billboard Beauty: Olga Tanon

Olga Tanon was looking super-sultry. To nail this look, you'll want to create a smokey eye. Use a bronze shadow on your lids and into your crease. Next, take a brown shade and using an eyeshadow brush, line your eyes (underneath too!). Finally, using a black liner, line your eyes only where your lashes are. Use a Q-tip to fix any smudges. Finish with a volumizing mascara. (For extra drama, use liquid liner on the top lid.)

5. Billboard Beauty: Jessica Camacho

Jessica Camacho goes slightly emerald with this look. Steal the look by using a dark green liner to line your top lid, while using a black liner to line the bottom (only where your lashes are). Finish with a volumizing mascara and a nude gloss.