Summer Beauty 2013:
Bare-faced Beauty: Everything You Need to Know
Sharp, Bronzed Cheekbones
At the Met Gala, Jessica Biel's slicked-back ponytail showed off her perfectly-bronzed skin. “I wanted to make it look as though she was wearing nothing,” says makeup artist Kayleen McAdams. That meant applying a thin layer of foundation with a beauty blender sponge ($20; sephora.com), then using ck one cream + powder bronzer duo in lightly golden ($25; ulta.com) to contour Biel's cheekbones and make them look even sharper; McAdams also blended the bronzer along Biel's chin and forehead to make the cheek bronze look more natural.
Evangeline Lilly swept onto the red carpet at The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug premiere in a black slightly sheer Alberta Ferretti gown with a lace overlay and tiers of tulle at the skirt, keeping all accessories to a minimum, save for studs and a gold bracelet.