Let loose and load on the mascara! As Marisol Nichols proves, more is more when it comes to lashes this season. Even after a bunch of coats of volumizing mascara (we like Lancome Hypnose Doll Lashes, $25, lancome-usa.com), a few inspired Latina staffers have been adding individual false lashes to statement-making success. To make lashes clumpier, dust lashes with eye shadow in between coats of mascara, then add a final coat to the tips.
Step aside smoky eye—the new eye look is Salma Hayek’s cat eye. Brush a thick stroke of carbon black gel eyeliner (like Tarte emphasEyes, $22, tartecosmetics.com) across your upper lashline, extending it a bit past the outer corner of your eyes. Then add mascara to both top and bottom lashes.
Naya Rivera shows off her playful side with this season’s bold-n-bright poppy blush look. The idea is to look youthful and healthy—like you just came inside from a chilly morning run—to try out the trend, blend a coral-pink blush (try Stila Custom Color Blush, $20, stilacosmetics.com) down to the hollows of your cheeks and out to your hairline.
Camilla Belle’s brow guru, Brett Freedman, explains that to get her “uber-ample, uber-modern arch” you need to work with your natural shape. “Tweeze the cobweb-y hairs that grow outside your main brow shape and the hairs below your arch,” says Freedman. Then flick a brow pencil (Brett uses his Vanitymark pencil, $16, vanitymark.com) that’s one shade lighter than your brows through the hairs to fill in any gaps and make arches full.
Flawless, Nude-All-Over Skin
It’s not dewy, it’s not matte—it’s the perfect in-between. For flawless skin like Sofia Vergara’s, smooth a lightweight foundation (we love CoverGirl NatureLuxe, $12, ulta.com) evenly all over your face with a blending sponge, like the Beauty Blender, $40, sephora.com.