Julianna Margulies’ Effortless Radiance:
Makeup artist Molly Stern designed Julianna’s beauty look to hint at her custom Reed Krakoff gown’s ‘60s-inspired silhouette while still keeping it current and fresh. We’re totally loving how soft and pretty, yet totally modern she looks.
Get the look below:
1. Create a flawless palette by applying L’Oreal Paris Revitalift Miracle Blur instant skin smoother ($24.99, drugstore.com) all over your face. Then highlight and even out your skin tone with Koh Gen Do Maifanshi moisture foundation ($62, kohgendocosmetics.com) and follow it up with L’Oreal Paris Magic Nude liquid powder foundation ($12.95, drugstore.com) on your T-zone. This will keep your T-zone matte, and everything else dewy.
2. News flash: You don’t need a liquid liner to get a ‘60s-inspired lash liner. Build the shape of the eye by layering shadows instead. Start with NARS cream eye shadow in Ponderosa ($24, beauty.com ) on the lid up to the crease; then softly line under the lash line with L’oReal Paris Infallible eye shadow in Bottomless Java ($7.95, drugstore.com). Apply a super matte shadow like Kevyn Aucoin ‘The Essential’ eye shadow in Aubergine ($28, beauty.com) heavily at the lash line to create the cat eye shape and dust L’Oreal Paris Infallible eye shadow in Glistening Garnet to the outer edges of the eye for a punch of color ($7.95, drugstore.com). L’Oreal Paris Voluminous mascara ($8.49, drugstore.com) applied with a concentration on the outer lashes finishes off the eyes.
3. Blend L’Oreal Paris Visible Lift cream blush in Nude Lift ($12.95, drugstore.com) onto the apples of your cheeks; then dust them with CARGO Blush in Catalina ($26, cargocosmetics.com) for a soft, pink glow.
4. Press L’Oreal Paris Colour Caresse wet shine stain in Infinite Fuchsia ($9.99, drugstore.com) onto your lips for a base of brightness and top with L’Oreal Paris Colour Caresse by Colour Rich lipstick in the popsicle pink shade Pink Vinyl ($9.99, drugstore.com). Go get ‘em, tiger!
Lucia Peters is BettyConfidential’s senior editor.