To start, Teegarden mimicked her daily skincare routine: "I use Decleor Paris Hydra Floral Flower Nectar Moisturizing Cream ($49), because it's really clean and fragrance free, and then I put SkinCeuticals Eye Balm ($79) on underneath my eyes. I'm not sure how it ended up in my house, but I've been using it ever since!" Then she swept Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizer SPF 20 ($43) all over her face and used a combination of M.A.C. Select Moisture Cover ($18) in NW25 and L'Oreal True Match Super-Blendable Concealer ($10) in Fair Light Neutral underneath her eyes before finishing her skin with Young Blood Mineral Rice Setting Powder ($24).
"I ended up using Jane Iredale So Bronze Bronzing Powder ($42) in So-Bronze 3," Teegarden said of her pink cheeks. "It's a bronzing powder on one side and pink blush on the other, so I used both and then layered on another pink blush from Young Blood." (Though she didn't know the name, it looks like Crushed Mineral Blush ($22) in Tulip.)
Teegarden's "de-potted" all of her eye shadows, so she couldn't tell us the exact colors she used to build her sparkling, smoky eye, but they're all Shadow Pressed Individual Eyeshadows ($22) from Young Blood, "because I like the way their shadows last," she said. To start, she spread a light brown shadow across the lid followed by a purple shade in the crease, and a shimmering yellow in the corner of her eye "to brighten up the area."
Teegarden lined her upper inner eye with Rimmel London Exaggerate Waterproof Eyedefiner ($6) in Noir. "I normally love using false lashes," she said. "But I didn't have time so I used Maybelline Volum' Express The Falsies Mascara ($6) in Black Drama." She did three coats on the bottom and top lashes.
"On my lips I just used some Benefit Rush Hour ($22)," Teegarden said. The lip and cheek balm is being phased out, but you can't go wrong with the brand's other dual-purpose star, Benetint ($29).
The actress says her hair is "really thin," so Teegarden preps her wet locks with Pantene Pro-V Fine Hair Style Triple Action Volume Hair Mousse ($4) and Bumble and bumble Surf Spray ($24) "to give it some texture and body." For this look, she divided it into three sections and dried it from bottom to top before using a curling iron to get what she calls, "crazy Barbie pageant curls." Once her hair cooled, she ran her fingers through it and pulled it back into a loose ponytail. "I threw on some Oscar Blandi Lacca Hairspray ($25) for volume and shine," she said. "I guess I really like to mix my products!"