Kate Bosworth at the Target x Who What Wear Launch Party: Bosworth's radiant, natural-looking skin is warmed up ever so slightly with coral blush on the apples of her cheeks, while full brows and one coat of mascara are the only eye treatment. The finishing touch is a glossy, raspberry lip.
Gabrielle Union at the 'The Birth of a Nation' premiere at the Sundance Film Festival: You can easily add a little bit of smoke to your eye without going heavy on the rest of your makeup, as shown by Gabrielle Union. Coral blush on the apples of the cheeks and high shine lips with no added color are the perfect accompaniment to a lightly smoked out look. And you don't have to go straight black or gray to go smokey! Gabrielle's gray/green shadow complements the undertones of her skin for a more customized look, and a bit of gold shimmer under the lower lash lines adds an extra dose of glam.
Sarah Gadon at Glamour Magazine's Women Rewriting Hollywood Lunch: Brides with alabaster skin shouldn't feel like they have to go bronze to get glam. Take Sarah Gadon for example: Flawless fair skin without any highlighting or contouring in sight is the foundation for a simple-but-stunning beauty look that would be perfect for an afternoon affair. Eyes are accented with a shimmery white shadow at the top lash line and matte tan under the bottom to give them some depth and make them pop without a lot of mascara. The star of the makeup show is the deep raspberry lip— dark enough to be formal, but bright enough to be perfect for spring.