How to Get Shailene Woodley’s Soft-Focus Makeup Look from Our March Cover Shoot
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.”
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."
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.