The Exact Products Hailey Bieber Used To Achieve Her Dewiest ‘No-Makeup Makeup’ Look Ever
ICYMI, another glamorous Met Gala circled the sun last evening, giving us hours and hours of drool-worthy fashion and beauty moments galore. As to be expected, there was tons of gorgeous glam, but if there was one luxe look that wowed us for its effortless and alluring je ne sais quoi, it was Hailey Bieber's.
Her dress was one thing: The 25-year-old model strutted the carpet wearing a silky white halter gown with an ornate feather duster inspired by a similar one worn by supermodel Jerry Hall. But her makeup? *Swoon.* As always, Bieber's skin looked dewy and naturally luminous—as if she came directly to the event from a designer chemical peel (which, let's be honest, she probably did). Complete with a nude lip and barely-there mascara, I did a double-take when she walked down the red carpet. Was she wearing makeup? And if she was, what kind of sorcery was it?!
Lucky for us, we found a breakdown of the exact products used to get Bieber's next-to-nothing glow. According to an Instagram post shared by her makeup artist, Nina Park, Bieber's fresh complexion was crafted using entirely Chanel beauty products, including fan favorites like the Les Beiges Healthy Glow Bronzing Cream ($50) and the Le Correcteur De Chanel ($43).
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The star of the show, IMO, is the foundation base that matched her exact skin tone. Combined with the shimmery effervescence from the highlighters (one powder and one highlighting marker), the sun-kissed glow of the bronzers, and the rosy color on the cheeks, Bieber's look proved less really is more.
A heads up—the Chanel products cost a pretty penny. Most makeup on Park's list lies in the $50-$70 range, though a few products like the mascara and brow stylers cost $35 and $33, respectively. But if it's good enough for the Met Gala, you know it won't disappoint.
Shop Bieber's Met Gala complexion routine
This silky foundation is crafted with red camelia oil to moisturize skin and give it that dewy finish. It’s lightweight and buildable, formulated to blend seamlessly into skin to create natural base. Available in 20 shades.
Chanel’s gel-based concealer goes on smooth without sacrificing coverage. Simply dab on with the applicator and blend with your fingers or a sponge. It’s formulated with “soft-focus pigments” that add a soft, illuminating effect for that Bieber-inspired shine.
Parks doesn’t say, but we imagine she set Bieber’s face with this natural mineral powder to give everything that final seamless touch. Like the concealer, it’s made with natural pigments that add a subtle glimmer in the right light. Available in eight shades.
Chanel’s beloved cream bronzer is basically a suntan in a jar. Unlike many other cream products, it’s designed to go on weightlessly and without clogging pores (and without giving you that groggy “what is on my skin” feel.) Available in two sunny shades: Tan Bronze and Deep Bronze.
According to Park’s post, Bieber’s rosy cheeks are adorned with shade 440 “Quintessence”. It’s perfectly posey, a soft pink that can take you season to season. And if pink isn’t your thing, try one of the other 15 hues instead.
Yes, this is a top coat, but it’s not for your nails. Instead, this multi-use gloss can be used to highlight the those hard to reach areas. Think: the insides of your eyes, your brown bones, lids—anywhere where you want to add a natural shimmer of light.
Parks writes that she uses two shades of this nourishing lip-cheek balm to perfect Bieber’s look. First is “Wake Up Pink”, a vibrant pink that’s ideal for summer. Second is “Lively Rosewood”, which is a bit dustier and more muted for a more subtle vibe.
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