Yahoo Lifestyle has got you covered with editor-approved products to help you really turn up your glow like a royal.
Makeup artist Hung Vanngo used standout products from upcoming Marc Jacobs collections on Gomez for the Met Gala. However, there's no need to wait to re-create her glow on the red carpet.
Glossier has an answer to your dull-skin woes: an $18 cream-gel blush in four universal shades, served up in paint-like tubes.
The rule of thumb is to wear a shadow color that is opposite your eye color: People with green eyes are told to wear pink and red to make their eyes pop. But the look isn’t for everybody.
Some people are obsessed with packaging, but I firmly believe it’s what’s inside that counts. The new spring makeup palettes are no exception — just try popping them open without oohing and aahing. From exquisite ribbon blush to pearl illuminator to floral shadow quads, it’s easy to fall in love with the intricate designs etched in the latest batch of makeup compacts. Not so simple: bringing yourself to use them.
Frigid weather may not be enticing for everyone, but there’s no denying the appeal of sweet rosy cheeks. Thankfully, you don’t need to be out in the cold to have a lovely winter flush. These cream blushes make it a cinch to attain a natural-looking glow and are a helpful, moisturizing makeup swap when skin is getting dryer by the day. Related: How to Really Find Your Perfect Blush How to Apply Blush Perfectly Flushed Rosy Winter Cheek
Finding the right shade of blush is pretty simple. The key is to go with a blush that matches the color your cheeks when you exercise — usually a pink to peach tone. If you have alabaster or porcelain skin, you will look best in a pale pastel pink shade with cool tones. For skin that eventually tans by the end of the summer, go with a pink that is a bit dustier. For skin that tans easily, and rarely burns, go tawnier pink that has some brown tones in it. Women with tan, warm skin tones should choose an almost plum blush that looks like a rich pink when applied. For deeper skin tones, redder shades that have bluish shades like cranberry leave a beautiful finish.
Finding the right shade of blush is pretty simple. The key is to go with a blush that matches the color your cheek naturally turns when you pinch it. It’s usually a shade of pink to peach depending on your skin tone. If you have alabaster or porcelain skin, you will look best in a pale pastel pink shade with cool tones. For skin that eventually tans by the end of the summer, go with a pink that is a bit dustier. For skin that tans easily, and rarely burns, go tawnier pink that has some brown tones in it. ...
Lit-from-within skin and subtly flushed cheeks is a universally flattering, easily attainable look that’s seen everywhere from the runway to IRL.
Kerry Washington, Jennifer Aniston, and Cate Blanchette at the Academy Awards (Getty Images). More than a few actresses at the Academy Awards on Sunday night went with subtle, soft, nude makeup to accentuate their features on the red carpet. This look is all about bright and radiant skin. Makeup artist Carola Gonzalez perfected Kerry Washington’s skin using Marc Jacobs’ Beauty Genius Oil Free Foundation in Cocoa Light ($48) and applied Washington’s signature Neutrogena Healthy Custom Glow Blush & Bronzer in Raisin Glow ($12) to cheeks.
Pressed for time? Don’t fret. Read VIOLET GREY’s guide to polished makeup and a voluminous ponytail in the blink of an eye. Written by Lexy Lebsack Bad manners includes tardiness, but there are certain moments when being five, 10 minutes late allows for just the right build up of anticipation.
Marsala, a gorgeous terracotta red shade, has been named the official color of the year by the biggest experts in the field. You may not have heard of Pantone, but the color authorities have been used as an industry resource for decades. They’ve also worked with Sephora to create some stunning new makeup to bring the shade to your lips, lids, and cheeks. While there may only be so many ways you can wear radiant orchid or tangerine tango, the new marsala collection, launching in Sephora and on Sephora.com on December 26, is by far the most wearable collaboration.
Finding your perfect blush color is no easy task—it ranks right up there with false lash application and mastering the messy bun on the difficulty scale. Thankfully, we can look to our favorite celebs with similar skin tones to guide us towards an ideal cheek shade. Let Kerry Washington, Olivia Munn, and Jennifer Lawrence help steer you in the right direction by reading up on their signature hues. Related: 9 Celeb Inspired Holiday Updo
From creative product names to revolutionary formulas, these are the cosmetics that have established themselves as must-haves and truly deliver on their promises. Nars Orgasm Blush ($30) The name may have made us blush naturally, but the product is great at faking it. Urban Decay Naked Palette ($54) Adored by makeup artists and product junkies alike, this palette contains a dozen ultra-wearable eye shadows so you’ll never have one shade used up while the others collect dust. Lancome Definicils Mascara ($28) A top-seller since the ‘90s, you can’t go wrong with this classic tube for natural-looking lashes.