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DREW'S VITAMIN K SECRET
“All I have to say about skin care,” Barrymore tells PEOPLE of her flawless complexion, “is vitamin K works!” And don’t think you need the actress’s superstar salary to nab her beauty regimen. “There’s a cream called Dermal K”, she says of her choice brand, which starts at $20 for a 2-oz. jar. “And, forget lasers, forget all of it! As a woman in her mid-thirties getting broken capillaries all over her face, oh my God, this is miracle stuff! Dermal K actually gets deep down in there. Kicks those little capillaries’ ass!”
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Getting an updo that’s more Anne Hathaway than Amy Winehouse might seem like a feat best left to the pros – but with a little help from star hairstylists Kevin Ryan and Frank Rizzieri’s Pin-Up Girl Kit, that’s exactly what you’ll be. Their just-launched, pocketbook-friendly kit contains the same clips, elastics, brushes and hair buns that they use on their famous clients – along with super-simple step-by-steps for recreating every star updo you love.
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KATHERINE'S MICRODERM MACHINE
While filming The Ugly Truth, the actress made a get-gorgeous discovery and brought home a Crystalift Vacuum Microdermabrasion machine like the one she’d tested out on set. According to the brand’s dermatologist, Laura Peña, the at-home skincare system incorporates the same dual-action, cell-renewing technology used in doctors’ offices for impossibly smooth skin. But while ongoing clinical session costs $2,000 to $3,000 per year, “Crystalift saves users over 95 percent off treatment prices.”
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STEAM AWAY SPLIT ENDS
“The big bad wolf in the hair color world is thermal styling,” says Stuart Gavert, whose L.A. salon Gavert Atelier created the hair color for Twilight’s stars – but, he points out, it’s also what gives hair that enviable superstar shine. His secret to keeping stressed hair strong? When you hit in the shower, shampoo immediately, roots to ends, following with a deep conditioner, ends to roots. “The steam and warmth will have time to activate the conditioner throughout the shower,” he says, “so always rinse out as your last step.”
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FINE HAIR FIX
For more than three decades, hairstylist-to-the-stars Oribe has tended to the lush locks of everyone from Cindy Crawford to Jennifer Lopez. His surprising secret to getting gorgeous volume like Kate Bosworth’s when you have baby-soft hair? “If your hair is fine,” he says, “don t use a conditioner.” Opt instead for volumizing products or a great gel that won’t weigh hair down. Then just “blow it out and put hairspray at the root.” Whatever your hair type, you can benefit from the gorgeous products in Oribe’s first-ever signature haircare line.
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LATE-NIGHT SKIN SECRET
When Hollywood’s A-listers want the ultimate in skincare indulgence they jet to the Guerlain Spa at the Waldorf Astoria in N.Y.C. But even if you can’t afford a famed $600 Exceptional Orchidée Impériale facial, you can use the spa’s strategies to get great results at home, says director Ryan Bedford. Want to depuff? “A simple eye massage using the ring finger in a circular motion from nose to cheek will help evacuate stagnant fluid.” And try Guerlain’s Midnight Secret, a star-loved serum that lets you “look like you had a full night’s sleep” – even on only a few hours.
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IT'S THE BALM!
Carrie Underwood’s superstar stylist was in for a surprise when she tried to share her newest skincare obsession, Decléor, with the country singer. “Carrie had one up on me and was a long-time fan of the line!” Trish Townsend tells PEOPLE.com. “She actually got me hooked on the Night Balm,” she reveals of the natural brand’s Rose D’Orient cream – which Carrie used to get red-carpet ready before the CMA Awards.
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GET GOSSIP-WORTHY LASHES
Gossip Girl’s Jessica Szohr makes the most of her famous gaze with a fresh and flattering take on one of spring’s biggest beauty trends: colored mascara. Her must-have brand? Napoleon Perdis Lash Patrol in Emerald Forest because, Jessica says, “[It] really makes my eyes pop.” To avoid sparking ’80s-flashbacks, stick to the tips of your lashes and just “apply a coat of it over black mascara.”
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SUGAR-COAT YOUR SKIN
Kim Kardashian’s not shy about showing off her flawless skin – and it may be because she’s discovered the secret to budget-friendly beauty. She suggests, “Try adding spoonful of sugar to your daily body wash for a gentle exfoliating experience that leaves skin glowing.” Or pick up her pre-made favorite, Caress Evenly Gorgeous Body Wash, which is formulated with burnt brown sugar and karite butter to exfoliate and tone.
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You don’t need a red-carpet glam squad to fake a flawless glow like Molly Sims. “Apply bronzer first where the sun hits,” touching on the forehead, nose and chin, says James Boehmer, lead makeup artist for Nars Cosmetics. If you prefer a gel, apply it uniformly over the face. To give the look depth, always finish by dusting blush on apples of the cheeks.
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BUDGET FOR BEAUTY INDULGENCE
“Never skimp on pretty!” says Jason Backe, color director for Clairol and celebrity colorist at Ted Gibson Salon. His secret to staying gorgeous without breaking the bank? “Invest in the part of your regimen that makes you feel most gorgeous – it could be a haircut, hair color or a lip gloss,” he suggests.
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GO RAINBOW LIGHT
Vivid blue, green and purple shadows are taking over the red carpet this season, gracing the eyes of everyone from Kim Kardashian to Katie Holmes. The key to keeping the dramatic look totally wearable, like Kristen Bell? “Start small,” says celebrity makeup artist Ashunta Sheriff. “Apply a sheer wash all over lids, or smudge a bit along the lash line so eyes really pop.”
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Want a star-loved way to change up your hairstyle without going for broke? “Try a bobby pin!” says hairstylist David Evangelista, managing creative director of the namesake salon at Cornelia Day Resort in N.Y.C. “It’s super-simple but surprisingly chic.”
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FIND YOUR PERFECT CLEANSER
Puzzled by which cleanser is right for your complexion? “Go by your skin type,” says Dr. Howard Murad, founder of Murad Inc., whose products count stars like Thandie Newton as fans. “Wash, then wait 20 minutes and see how skin looks and feels. If it’s shiny, you have oily or combination skin and need a gel. If it feels taut, you have dry skin and need a cream. If it feels fine, you’re normal and a lotion should work well.”
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MATCH MADE IN HEAVEN
When it comes to getting a never-fail classic look, matching your mani and pedi like Cassie is the way to go. “But if you want to mix it up,” says Barielle celebrity manicurist Elle, “try two colors in the same family, like a light pink on the hands and a darker rose for toes.”
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Keeping your whitened teeth stain-free on the go is as simple as walking and chewing gum at the same time, says Dr. Kevin Sands, who’s worked on some of Hollywood’s brightest smiles, including . “Chewing sugarless gum immediately after eating or drinking stain-causing foods or beverages such as berries, red wine or coffee can promote saliva flow before stains have a chance to set,” he says. “An added benefit is that [sugar substitute] xylitol has been shown to help prevent decay.”
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Adriana Lima shares with PEOPLE.com the kitchen cupboard secret behind her flawless complexion: “Coconut water!,” she says. “Since I was little my mom taught me to take the water and wet cotton pads with it, and you put it on your skin and you lay there five minutes. It’s the best thing for your skin!”
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Summer might spark urges to dust on a deep tropical glow, but the secret to choosing your bronzer shade is all about following one never-fail rule, says star makeup artist Pati Dubroff, who gives a believable glow. “Never go more than two shades darker than [your] skin tone,” she says.
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Harry Connick Jr. knows good hair – which includes a favorite trick he picked up from his hairstylist Patrick Melville of the namesake salon in N.Y.C. “Patrick cuts my hair. He s got this technique where he puts Murray’s [pomade] in his hands and he rubs his hands together and starts clapping his hands,” the crooner says. The tousled results worked so well Connick uses the technique at home, which he says, “drives [my wife] Jill nuts.”
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IT'S A WASH!
Wondering how often is too often to shampoo? “It all depends on your scalp,” says Dr. Heidi A. Waldorf, director of laser and cosmetic dermatology at New York’s Mount Sinai Medical Center. “If it’s oily, or if you have dandruff or other issues, washing daily may be helpful. You also may want to shampoo more in summer. Otherwise, you can probably get away with as little as once a week.” To keep hair looking fresh between washes, stars like Blake Lively use Oscar Blandi’s Pronto dry shampoo, which absorbs oil without over-drying and adds sexy volume.
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SLEEP ON IT
Getting a flawless self-tanned bronze is all about putting your skin on bed rest, according to Lisa Fulton, celebrity tanning expert for Fake Bake, whose celeb fans include . “It s best to do your tan at night,” she says, “as it takes six to eight hours for the tanning agents to develop. When you are sleeping there is less chance for the tan to be ruined.” The top bronze spoilers? Hand washing and spilling liquids on the skin.
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“Powder will always be your friend in the summer,” says Sam Fine, a celebrity makeup artist and creator of the soon-to-launch DVD The Basics of Beauty, who has worked closely with , and Vanessa Williams. But resist going overboard. “Don t fight the glow during the summer – let it literally shine through,” Sam says. “The forehead and cheeks are more consistent in color and texture so forgo using foundation and powder in those areas and keep them dewy. His favorite beauty bargain brands for women of color like Jennifer include Black Opal, Iman Cosmetics and the Queen collection from CoverGirl.
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TRY 'GREEN' HAIR
Gossip Girl star Kelly Rutherford knows that being pregnant doesn’t mean you have to embrace your roots. The actress, who recently gave birth to her second baby, tells PEOPLE.com that she kept her color perfect with the eco-friendly, semi-permanent colorant Coloursplash!, developed by her long-time colorist Tracy Hill. “I just love it! I can use it while pregnant to keep color fresh,” she explained. “You just add water, and put it on like a shampoo.” And it certainly works for non-pregnant women on the go as well. “It’s great if you are traveling and can’t get your color touched up,” Rutherford raved.
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To give natural-looking curls for the MTV Movie Awards, Jonathan Hanousek used a favorite insiders’ trick. “I alternated between 1-in. and 1.5-in. curling irons,” he says. But he didn’t stop there: “Switching the direction you wrap the hair – forward and backwards – will also give you a more natural wave,” he says.
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Hayden’s pout might be one of fall’s hottest trends, but “a red matte lip color will pick up and emphasize any lip imperfections, such as dryness or flakiness,” says her makeup artist Amy Oresman. Amy’s simple solution? She prepped Panettiere’s lips with a base of Neutrogena MoistureShine Lip Soother in Sparkle before applying the shade.