Makeup: Kate Lee
Skin: British beauty guru Kate Lee first prepped Bosworth's skin with Chanel's Hydra Beauty Gel Crème ($87). Next, using a blender sponge, she applied Chanel Perfection Lumiere Long-Wear Flawless Fluid Makeup ($55) only where needed. She left Bosworth's cheekbones bare, save for a little Make Up For Ever Uplight Face Luminizer Gel ($29) to add radiance.
Eyes: Lee groomed Bosworth's brows and filled in any scarce spots with Anastasia's Perfect Brow Pencil ($22). Then she dusted Bosworth's lids with the lightest shade from Chanel'sLes 4 Ombres Quadra Eye Shadow ($58) in Eclosion, and then matted it down with powder for a canvas effect. Lashes-both top and bottom-received one generous coat of Chanel's Inimitable Mascara ($30) in Noir.
Cheeks: Lee opted for Laura Mercier's Crème Cheek Color ($22) in Praline for Bosworth's cheeks, which she applied along the cheekbone.
Lips: Last, but not least, Lee finished Bosworth's makeup with a fresh, matte raspberry lip color, which she achieved by mixing two shades: By Terry's Rouge Terrybly Lipstick ($49) in Pink Party and Tarte's LipSurgence Natural Matte Lip Tint ($24) in Lively.
Hair: Laini Reeves
To achieve Bosworth's side-swept bombshell hairstyle, Laini Reeves first conditioned the actress' mane from roots to ends with Nohona Organic Coconut Oil ($20). After drying her hair, Reeves used a 2-inch curling iron to create lots of loose curls in random sections. "It doesn't have to be perfect," she says. To give hair lots of height on top, Reeves had Bosworth flip her head upside down and then blasted her hair on high speed with Sedu's Revolution 6000i Hair Dryer ($160). Next, Reeves gave Bosworth a very low side part and flipped her hair over to one side. Finally she set Bosworth's loose, undone curls with L'Oreal's Elnett Satin Hairspray ($16) for a light hold.