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Get Radiant Skin
Apply a papaya-infused mask and hop in the shower. The steam will amp up the plumping and smoothing benefits of the fruit’s enzymes, says Georgia Louise, whose clients include Emma Stone. Decrease puffiness by patting argan oil all over your face, then give yourself a face massage with the backs of two chilled spoons, rubbing them along your brows, cheeks, jawline and under eyes. Wear a brightening sheet mask for 20 minutes before bed, making sure to rub in any excess serum left behind after. “It buffs away dead skin, so you’ll be glowing by morning,” says the pro.
Buy It! Pacifica Kale Juice Cleanse AHA Surface Overhaul Mask, $14.99; target.com, Acure Organics Moroccan Argan Oil, $12.99; target.com, and Dr. Jart+ Brightening Infusion Hydrogel Mask, $7.50; sephora.com
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Score Soft, Shiny Hair
Kerry Washington and Kristen Bell have both used this ultramoisturizing mask before major red carpets (the Golden Globes and Emmys, respectively). The appeal, says Washington's stylist Takisha Sturdivant-Drew, is that "it revives the hair and gives it great shine without weighing it down." To get your look just right, she suggests shampooing regularly, then applying a quarter-size amount (less if your hair is fine) instead of your regular conditioner. Massage it into the scalp and rub it into the ends. Let it sit for five minutes—up to 15 if you have coarser hair—then rinse.
Buy It! Neutrogena Triple Moisture Deep Recovery Hair Mask, $5.99; target.com
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Brighten Your Smile
"Having whiter teeth makes you look 10 years younger," says Beverly Hills cosmetic dentist Dr. Kevin Sands, whose clients include Freida Pinto. While a 45-minute teeth-whitening session with the pro costs $750, he recommends Crest Whitestrips to his A-list clients when they're in a pinch. "They're easy to use, don't cause a lot of sensitivity, and they work." Just remember, he adds, "if you drink a lot of red wine, the treatment won't last as long!"
Buy It! Crest 3D White Professional Effects Whitestrips, $35.99; amazon.com
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Go Glam With a Bold Beauty Look
Dust a rosy blush on your cheeks to brighten your complexion. Then, swipe black mascara on the top and bottom to amp up lashes. (For extra drama, try falsies!) Line both the top and bottom lash lines with black liquid liner to make them really stand out, recommends Carrie Underwood’s makeup artist Melissa Schleicher. Apply a silver eye shadow all over your lids, then blend the metallic lavender shade along the crease and the charcoal shade along the lash line. Finish with a sheer nude gloss for an effortlessly plump pout.
Buy It! Almay Smart Shade Powder Blush in Coral, $9.99; target.com, Almay One Coat Multi-Benefit Mascara in Blackest Black, $4.79; target.com, Almay Liquid Eyeliner in Black, $4.69; target.com, Almay Intense I-Color Evening Smoky for Hazel Eyes, $4.72; amazon.com, Almay Color + Care Liquid Lip Balm in Nudetrients, $5.08; target.com
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Highlight Your Hands
Highlighters have long been makeup artists' go-to for illuminating areas on the face such as the cheeks, the bridge of the nose and even the browbone. But manicurist Jenna Hipp, who works with Lea Michele, also uses it on the hands "to help mask any imperfections and keep them looking youthful," she says. To create the effect, gently dust your highlighter—this option comes in four pretty pearlized hues—on the back of your hands from your wrist to your nail bed.
Buy It! Physicians Formula Powder Palette Mineral Glow Pearls, $11.40; walmart.com
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Create a Glow All Over
Radiance-boosting lotions, which the always luminous Julianne Hough loves, are the swiftest way to get some sheen. One of the star's favorite formulas, Prtty Peaushun, contains light-reflecting particles and comes in five flattering tones. To get the look, the actress's makeup artist Spencer Barnes suggests first getting dressed, then applying a dime-size dollop to exposed skin for a healthy gleam.
Buy It! Prtty Peaushun Skin Tight Body Lotion, $31.80; amazon.com
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Lock In Your Look
The easiest way to make sure your style stays? Spritz on Elnett hairspray by L'Oréal Paris, suggests Blake Lively's hairstylist Rod Ortega, who uses it on the actress. "It adds volume without leaving the hair stiff and sticky, and gives you hold while still being able to brush through it." Just don't go overboard with your products, he warns: "The more you use, the duller your hair looks."
Buy It! L’Oréal Paris Mini Elnett Satin Extra Strong Hold Hairspray, $9.24; walmart.com
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Make Your Makeup Last
Instead of carrying around a bunch of products for touch-ups, mist your face with setting spray to extend the life of your makeup. "It bonds all your makeup together under a protective shield," says makeup artist Lusine Galadjian, who used it on Victoria Justice. The bonus: "It also softens your look, so it's like a real-life filter."
Buy It! E.L.F. Makeup Mist & Set, $2.72; target.com