Our favorite celebs have certainly mastered complexion perfection—and you can too. Here check out their prettiest looks and discover the best skin-refining products around.
The ageless star, who at 41 is known for having the skin of a twentysomething, has worked with Neutrogena for about a decade. The brand's Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes are a quick way to swipe off makeup at the end of a long day. Follow up with a gentle cleanser.
Jada Pinkett Smith
Shown here bare-faced at LAX Airport in Los Angeles this month, Jada's skin is clearly glowing. To get that dewey look, apply a skin-brightening Vitamin C treatment like, SkinCeuticals C +AHA under your daily moisturizer (which should also include SPF).
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The rapper, actress and television personality could clearly add "flawless skin ambassador" to her credits. To prep your skin for makeup and create the smoothest surface possible, try a hydrating primer like Illamasqua Hydra Veil.
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In a rare makeup-free moment, Beyonce posted this selfie while on vacation with Jay Z in the Domincan Republic. For an even complexion sans foundation, repair skin over time with perscription retinoids like Retin A and Tazorac. The Vitamin-A derived class of skincare fade dark spots and increase collagen products.
Even skin as lovely as Lupita's needs a little TLC. Shine can be a major issue for a skin type like this one. Apply a transluscent powder all over the face to set liquid makeup and prevent excessive sheen on the T-zone. We love Jurlique Rose Silk Finishing Powder.
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Keys' skin is so natural—even to this very trained eye it looks like she has on nearly no makeup. You couldn't tell by looking at her now but the singer-songwriter once suffered from acne. To fight back, try a salicylic acid cleanser. And for more advanced cases see a dermatologist. We like perscription gel Aczone—it doesn't increase light sensitivity or severely dry skin.