Jenna Dewan-Tatum at Variety's Power of Women Luncheon: It would be hard to get more perfectly on-trend than Jenna Dewan-Tatum's look. From the rose gold shadow to the radiant skin (nevermind the eyelash-skimming fringe!), it's perfect for a wedding day look. To mimic her glow, use a finishing powder with a radiant finish, and a cream blush will help keep your cheek color in place all day without any settling. For the eyes, wet your brush before applying a rose gold eyeshadow to your lids and under the lower lashes — this helps make the metallic finish pop.
Camilla Belle at the 7th Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic: Who says simple makeup can't make a big impact? Take your cues from Camilla Belle for a look that offers plenty of wow without a lot of product. First, buff a lightweight foundation into your skin with a wet makeup sponge and then use a coral blush along the cheek bones. Highlight the high points of the face making sure you use plenty under the eye area. Tightline the upper and lower lash lines and apply a coat of mascara. Well-groomed brows and a semi-matte watermelon-colored lipstick finish the look.
Mandy Moore at the 7th Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic: I think it's safe to say 'trend alert'! Understated makeup with a bright lip is definitely happening, and apropos for any style wedding. For Mandy Moore's take on the trend, use a light pink blush on the apples of your cheeks and be sure to use a setting spray so that your luminous skin doesn't begin looking overly shiny as the day progresses. For the lipstick, look for a formula that is high shine, so you get a shiny finish that isn't overly thick and sometimes messy like a gloss — you'll be doing a fair amount of kissing after all!