Get The Look: Julianne Hough

Get The Look: Julianne Hough
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    Ben Nye Crème Blush Compact ($14)

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    Beauty Blender Sponge ($20)

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    Merle Norman Aqua Balance Makeup ($21)

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    Nars Bronzing Powder ($36)

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    Votre Vu Arch De Triumphe ($24)

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    T. LeClerc Loose Powder ($50)

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    Lorac Pro Palette ($42)

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    Merle Norman Anti-Redness Cream ($40)

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    Merle Norman Soft Touch Eye Pencil ($14)

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    Lancome Definicils Mascara ($27)

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    Piret and Tamara Eye Silk ($35)

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    Oribe Dry Texture Spray ($39)

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    Makeup artist Spencer Barnes prepped Hough’s skin with Merle Norman’s Anti-Redness Cream ($40) followed by the brand’s Aqua Balance Makeup ($21), picking up excess product with a damp Beauty Blender Sponge ($20). For extra coverage with a slight glow he reached for Nars’ Radiant Creamy Concealer ($28).

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    Barnes set Hough’s skin with T. LeClerc’s yellow-toned Loose Powder ($50) in Banane, then dusted on Nars’ Bronzing Powder ($36) in Casino. “Lightly apply bronzer on the temples, forehead, and under the cheek bones with a big fluffy brush, then switch to a smaller brush and dust on the side of the nose and top of the chin,” he says.

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    To get a natural-looking application of Lorac’s Pro Powder Cheek Stain ($20) Barnes dipped a fluffy brush into the Coral Crush shade, dusted the excess on the back of his hand, then brushed onto Hough’s cheeks.

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    For a day-appropriate smoky eye Barnes applied Piret and Tamara’s Eye Silk ($35) in Seashell from Hough’s lashline to brow bone, then reached for Lorac’s Pro Palette ($42). He dusted taupe in the actress’ crease, espresso on the outer corner, champagne on her brow bone and inner corner, and slate on the lid and under the actress’ bottom lashline.

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    For a full lash like Hough’s, Barnes recommends curling your lashes, using Lancome’s Definicils Mascara ($27), then adding a quick swipe of Merle Norman’s Soft Touch Eye Pencil ($14) in Blackout.

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    Barnes used one of Hough’s favorite products for her brows: Votre Vu’s Arch De Triumphe ($24) in Fair. “This makes brows look very natural,” says Barnes.

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    “This satiny-matte lip color is a makeup artist secret!” says Barnes, referring to Ben Nye’s Crème Blush Compact ($14) in Blushing Bride. “It’s the perfect peachy shade for lips.”

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    We’ve mentioned we’re digging the textured bob this summer. Hairstylist Tauni Dawson sprayed Oribe’s Dry Texture Spray ($39) all over the actress’ air-dried locks. Using a one-inch curling iron, she made loose curls in alternating directions. “Don’t overwork the hair with the iron--less is more with this look,” Dawson says.

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    Once cool, Dawson gave Hough’s hair a shake with her hands to make the actress’ locks look lived-in. “A deep side part feels sexy,” Dawson says. A mist of Oribe’s Superfine Strong Hair Spray ($36) secured everything in place.

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