Thomas Whiteside
Jennifer Ferrise
Mar 04, 2016 @ 10:45 am

Very few people can master “no-makeup” makeup without looking like they just rolled out of bed. But InStyle's March cover girl Shailene Woodley is one of them.

Arriving at L.A.’s Milk Studios completely fresh-faced, the star requested that beauty pro Ashleigh Louer use eco-friendly, all-natural skincare and makeup for our cover shoot. “She is passionate about her health and well-being, and doesn’t like to wear too many products,” says Louer. “Photographer Thomas Whiteside showed me a reference picture of Kate Moss, looking raw and a little undone, so that was my inspiration—to let Shailene's natural beauty shine.”

Woodley requested that beauty pro Kara Yoshimoto Bua use eco-friendly, all-natural skincare and makeup for her InStyle cover shoot. “She is passionate about her health and well-being, and doesn’t like to wear too many products,” says Yoshimoto Bua. Find out which products she used to get her look here.

Thomas Whiteside

Louer zeroed in on Woodley’s skin, prepping her base with Chantecaille Pure Rosewater ($66; chantecaille.com) and moisturizing it with Flower Harmonizing Crème ($104; chantecaille.com). For foundation, she took a light approach choosing Chantecaille’s Just Skin Tinted Moisturizer in Vanilla ($72; chantecaille.com). “I wanted only minimal coverage, so that her complexion came through,” Louer says. “It’s refreshing how comfortable Shailene is in her own skin."

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RMS Beauty’s Living Luminizer ($38; rmsbeauty.com) highlighted her cheekbones and brow bone, while the brand’s creamy Buriti Bronzer ($28; rmsbeauty.com) added a slight flush. The finishing touch? Ilia Beauty’s Funnel of Love lipstick ($26; iliabeauty.com), a soft-focus nude shade that tied everything together in a #iwokeuplikethis way.

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