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To get Bella Ha­did’s hy­per-bronzed look at this year’s Met Gala, makeup artist Mary Phillips didn’t use just one prod­uct—she used three. “I ap­plied a darker colour of foun­da­tion in all the ar­eas where I wanted the skin to look a lit­tle warmer—the fore­head, the cheeks, the nose and the chin,” she ex­plains. She then lay­ered on Diorskin Nude Air Tan bronzer be­fore ap­ply­ing a bronzy blush on the ap­ples of the cheeks and back to­ward the tem­ples. “Don’t just throw it on all over your face or you’ll wind up look­ing un­nat­u­ral,” she warns. “Be strate­gic about place­ment. Think about where you can feel the sun hit your face when you close your eyes.”

2 6 5 3 1. 2. NARS High­light­ing Pow­der in St. Barths ($50). Marc Ja­cobs O!mega Bronzer Co­conut Per­fect in Tan-Tas­tic! ($59). Clar­ins Lim­ited-Edi­tion Bronz­ing Com­pact ($42). Fenty Beauty by Rihanna Body Lava Body Lu­minizer ($69). Chanel Les Beiges Healthy Glow Lu­mi­nous Multi-Colour in Medium ($75). Estée Lauder Bronze God­dess Il­lu­mi­nat­ing Pow­der Gelée ($58). For de­tails, see Shop­ping Guide. 4 3. 4. 5. 6.

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