Jessica Alba really knows how to glow, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is glamourgoals and Lily James makes her look seem effortless.
Jessica Alba at the premiere of Mechanic: Resurrection: Any bride would love to have skin as radiant as Jessica Alba's, but even if you don't have it naturally, here's how you can fake it with your makeup. First, prep the skin with a radiant finish primer, before buffing a full coverage foundation into place. Give your cheeks a flush with a rosy cream blush and use plenty of highlighter in that 'c' shape around your eyes. Brush your brows up and out to give them a full, natural look before filling in any sparse places and locking them into place with a wax. Add some depth to the look with a deep purple eyeshadow and amp up the glam with faux lashes. A glossy burgundy lip is the perfect finish.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley at the premiere of Mechanic: Resurrection: If you're looking for classic glamour, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley always serves up perfect inspiration. To recreate her look, use a full coverage foundation and any concealer you need to make sure your complexion looks flawless. Use some classic contouring to warm up the face, and bring out that gorgeous glow. Use a rose gold colored eyeshadow on the upper lids and under the lower lashes and apply a strip of faux lashes. Shape and define your brows, and then complete the look with an attention-grabbing bright pink lip. And by using a gloss, you can still get that bright pop of color on your lip without looking too fussy.
Lily James at the "My Burberry Black" launch event: If you want effortless beauty, Lily James is your girl. To channel her look, think shades of nude and brown. Start with a matte-finish foundation and accentuate your cheekbones with a matte-finish bronzer. Create a low-key smoky eye by blending shades of brown around the eyes, and make sure you use the darkest shade underneath the lower lashes at the outer corner and out into a slight cateye shape on the top. Layer on several coats of mascara. To create natural-looking thickness to your brows (unless yours are already as full as Lily's!), create hair-like strokes with a brow pencil. Pop on a nude lipstick and add a bit of radiance back into the complexion with a powder highlighter down the center of the face, and you're ready for your close-up.