may be glowing from new love with boyfriend Justin Theroux, but she got a little extra help for the recent London premiere of Horrible Bosses. “To finish up the look and give it a final glamour and shine, I used St. Tropez Skin Illuminator in Gold on her arms and cheeks,” says Aniston’s makeup artist Angela Levin.
“Apply your foundation with your hands, a bit like a moisturizer,” says P&G Beauty’s Global Creative Design Director Pat McGrath of the first step towards a natural sheen like . “Then rub away where you think you didn’t need any,” she says, citing the nose, chin and cheeks as the best spots to subtract. “You’ll bring back that natural glow to your face.”
“Want healthier, shinier hair? Then stop getting so many highlights,” says colorist Kelly Van Gogh. “You run the risk of over processing your hair,” she explains, recommending multi-dimensional, all-over color similar to her signature Master Blend. “If you want to lighten up, try only putting in 7-10 highlights scattered through the top layer. This technique will save you time, money and will ultimately save your hair.”
“Instead of curling your lashes up, comb them out to the side,” says Yves Saint Laurent Beauty’s National Makeup Artist Dell Ashley. “It’s going to elongate your eye and give a longer, fuller effect to the lash, and is also going to give you the look of an almond or cat-shaped eye.”
“Once a week I take Vaseline and I put it on my knees my elbows and my feet and I sleep in it because sometimes I just hate being dry,” Khloé tells PEOPLE. “I put socks on over my feet and I swear it’s like the cheapest thing you can buy and you’re so moisturized.”
Before your next big event, try this red-carpet trick that celeb hairstylist Marcus Francis used on actress Mia Wasikowska during the Cannes Film Festival. “Before she walked out the door, I took photo to make sure Mia[’s hair] had the right amount of height to width ratio,” he says, explaining, “The camera always catches details our eyes don’t pick up!”
Think the SPF in your foundation has you covered? “There are lots of combination products that are makeup plus SPF. Those also do not give the same coverage as wearing a sun-blocker by itself,” says dermatologist Dr. Neil Sadick, whose skincare collection counts Rebecca Gayheart as a devotee. He recommends following a high-potency antioxidant-infused skincare regimen similar to his own Park Avenue Prescription products, followed by full-spectrum protection. “SPF should always be the last thing you put on your skin surface.”
“Braids are a great addition to formal looks,” says Pantene celebrity hairstylist Hallie Bowman of one of Hollywood’s most of-the-moment hair trends, worn by stars like . “Before you braid, spray a little spray gel into your hands and rub around first to give a little extra grip.”
Considering overhauling your hair color for a big event? “Don’t try a radical change two weeks before [a day like] your wedding,” cautions colorist Tracey Cunningham of going from auburn to blonde like Emma Stone. Dramatic color changes affect all aspects of your look – from clothes to makeup. “Give yourself time to adjust to the change and embrace it!” You can even try before you dye by trying on Emma’s hair color in Instant Makeover.
“All day your hair leeches moisture while picking up environmental pollutants,” explains Pantene celebrity hairstylist Hallie Bowman of why she recommends that clients, like , prone to dry hair shampoo every day to improve hair’s condition. “When you shampoo it, you are giving your hair a fresh coat of armor to lock in moisture and prevent damage from heat tools and the environment.”
“I’m a sucker for a body polish or those scrubby-mittens, I love those,” Jennie Garth tells PEOPLE. “If you put on those mittens and wash yourself, you’ll be so happy. That’s my good in-shower secret.”
Looks like all those bikini shoots have made a big impact on Sport Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover girl Brooklyn Decker! The model turned actress tells PEOPLE, “The best hair product in the world is the ocean water. For me, when I go to the beach – it sounds gross, it probably smells bad – but I don t wash my hair for a day or two because it s so wavy and salty and beach-y and you get the natural color from the sun.”
is all about faking a tan and saving her skin this summer. “Lots and lots and lots of sunscreen. Stay out of the sun,” the Neutrogena spokesperson tells PEOPLE. “Sunless tanners not only look better, but they protect your skin and you’ll be very happy when you’re older and you don’t have to deal with skin cancer. It’s important, and I always say, hats and sunscreen, and you can still look beautifully tan.”
The key to a perfect summertime complexion like ? “Go a little sheer,” says Ready to Wear makeup founder Philippe Chansel. Instead of dumping your heavier makeup, use it to create your own perfectly formulated tinted moisturizer. “You can mix a tiny bit of your [favorite foundation] with your moisturizer,” he explains.
Sex and the City’s Kim Cattrall has a few tricks up her sleeve for looking ageless: She’s the face of Olay Total Effects 7-in-1 Advanced Anti-Aging Body Wash, for one, and she’s got a fab foundation tip that ensures she always meets her match. “I use a honey-beige Laura Mercier base and in the winter months, I [mix in] one lighter,” she explains. “You can’t just wear one base all year round – this is really good.”
Supermodel Selita Ebanks has her makeup done often in her line of work, so she’s a pro at knowing what’s worth the big bucks and where to pinch pennies. “Foundation is key – if it matches and covers and is the right match for your complexion, you should invest in that,” she says. “Everything else, shop at the drugstore. I like to take old lipsticks, scrape them out, mix them with your favorite lip gloss – and now you have a new shade!”
Get a tan from the sun? Forget it! A constantly photographed diva like knows that the secret to summer beauty is a good faux glow. “I love Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs water-resistant spray because the tan looks real,” she says.
“I don’t believe in changing one’s hair color completely but enhancing what they already have instead,” says star stylist Denis De Souza, whose clients include Mila Kunis. To achieve a high-impact, low-maintenance style that suits Kunis’s jet-setting lifestyle, De Souza gives “more subtle highlights on top and brighter ones from the middle to the ends of the hair the hair will grow out nicely without having that drastic line of demarcation.” Another tip to stretch your color’s life span? Shampoo only two to three times a week and condition the other days.
Sprinting out the door and need to pare down your beauty routine, fast? AnnaLynne McCord recommends sticking to the basics: “Bronzer, bronzer, everywhere bronzer!” She loves the glow-giving powder because “you get a big brush and do all the contouring. Accents on the nose, the chin and the forehead, and you’re good to go!” Her staple is Laguna by NARS.
Keeping nails as complicated as is no easy feat – and Aija Vilemsonne, creative director of nail-art brand Pretty Woman, should know. Since perfection is key to pulling off a fancy-fingered look, Vilemsonne recommends keeping nails strengthened and moisturized so that they’re in good shape for the art, and be sure to go slowly – most nail-art kits don’t come with extras.
Star dermatologist Marta Rendon pinpoints as the celeb whose skin is most enviable and gives her credit for appearing to be religious about sun protection. To achieve her flawless facade, adhere to a regimen with “good cleanser, good moisturizer and sunscreen like Obagi Nu-Derm Sun Shield SPF 50 in the morning,” the doctor recommends. “Same in the evening, but instead of the sunscreen use a therapeutic topical product at night.”
With dry weather coming up, Sophia Bush has some secret weapons in her arsenal. “Body oils save your skin in the winter,” she shares. “You can buy pure oil, too. Sesame oil is pretty good, and I found a rose oil I really like. I always try different kinds!”
An added benefit to raising three kids? Learning which mommy products do double duty for you! “This is going to sound so weird, but it’s the truth: The Lansinoh product that people use for nursing – If you use that on your lips, it’s amazing,” raves Angie Harmon. “It makes your lips so moist and makes them the best color. I’ve turned so many people onto it!”
secret to her stick-straight locks at the Emmys? Couture Color’s Pequi Oil. She loves it so much that she roped stylist David Babaii into sharing his behind-the-scenes scoop. “It is the one and only product I use on all my clients,” he said. “It not only provides a mirrorlike shine, but absorbs instantly into the hair without weighing it down.”
Skin-care guru Margot Grant Witz, who has advised stars including , says to keep up your regimen even if holiday parties have you ready to hit the pillow the minute you get home. When it’s cold out and flesh feels tight, “Your face is stripped of its natural oils, kicking your skin into overdrive,” she says. “Fine lines may be more noticeable, and your skin may break out due to having to produce more oil.” Bottom line: Wash, cleanse and tone regularly!
Last-minute invite? Don’t fret about not having hours to pull together an elaborate coif. Stylist Alex Polillo gave Olivia Wilde this easy updo by braiding a loose ponytail, twisting it into a bun and finishing the look with a Jennifer Behr headband (leather gives polish, but play with sparkling or multistrand styles too!). Voilà – party ready in five minutes!
Don’t rely on a one-size-fits-all approach to tame your tresses this holiday. To create this party-perfect updo for , stylist Luke Chamberlain reined in flyaways with Redken Forceful 23 hair spray and soothed baby hairs with Oribe Original Pomade. More Tips and Tricks from the Stars! >