At the We're the Millers premiere in New York City, Jennifer Aniston strayed from her usual uniform of a strappy black cocktail dress, but she kept her signature glowy makeup look intact. Clad in a purple satin Burberry dress, the Aveeno global brand ambassador lit up the red carpet in a natural makeup palette. Get all the details on re-creating the luminous look below.
"We were going to have a long day with red carpet moments outdoors in a hot and humid New York City, so I wanted an oil-free moisturizer that hydrates and is lightweight," said Chanel celebrity makeup artist Angela Levin. That's why she reached for Aveeno Positively Radiant Daily Moisturizer SPF 15 ($17), using her fingers to massage the cream onto Jennifer's face and neck. Once Angels Makeup Collagen Treatment Pads ($20) were set under the eyes, Levin dabbed Young Blood's Mineral Primer ($41) on with a sponge, followed by Face Picture Perfect Foundation in O and J ($48 each) with a foundation brush.
After priming with Edward Bess Illuminating Eyeshadow Base ($30), Levin used various colors in Chanel's Quadra Eyeshadow in Spices ($59) to accentuate Jennifer's eye. The lightest color was applied directly under the brow to give a lifting effect, while the gold tone was added to the lid to brighten. "In the crease, I applied the dark mauve color in a half-moon shape in the center above the eyeball; this helps give a round, open look to the eyes," Levin explained. She next lined Jennifer's eyes with Chanel Luminous Eyeshadow in Ebloui ($36), removed the treatment pads, and applied Aveeno Positively Ageless Lifting & Firming Eye Cream ($20) and La Mer Concealer in Dark ($70).
Cheeks and Lips
"With a small round brush, I applied Chanel Cream Blush in Révélation ($38). It's the perfect natural, sun-kissed color," said Levin. A few swipes of Edward Bess Defining Lip Liner in Natural ($29) on the lips brought it all together for a flattering beat-the-heat finish.