The actress offset her flawlessly bronzed skin with a pop of white highlighter on the inner corners of her eyes for a beautifully bright-eyed makeup look.
Though she's already made a name for herself as one of Hollywood's most iconic blondes, back in 2011 she proved just as gorgeous as a redhead. Dewy skin, lush lashes, and a soft wash of peach on the apples of her cheeks kept the attention on the fiery hue.
It's not often you'll catch Blake Lively sans her signature nude lip. But honestly, we're obsessed with this matte hot pink and wish she'd wear it more often. For similar impact, try Mac's Lipstick in Candy Yum Yum ($18).
The actress kept it simple with a monochromatic makeup look featuring earthy shades of terra-cotta on her lids, cheekbones, and gloss-coated lips.
At the Savages premiere in 2012, Lively paid tribute to Old Hollywood–inspired glamour with a classic red lip, gold metallic eyes, and flawless skin, of course.
When we think of Blake Lively, we think of her trademark no-makeup makeup look: long, separated lashes, dewy skin, and a shiny nude lip. Here, she epitomizes the look.
Soft, romantic, and a tad bit Renaissance, Blake Lively wore a pretty rose tint on her lips, which was offset by muted maroon eyelids—the perfect accent to her windswept hairstyle.
A pop of mauve-pink on her lips and sky-high lashes complement the vintage feel of Blake Lively's 2014 Met Gala ensemble.
Typically, the actress keeps her eye makeup super minimal, but we're really into the edgy look of her kohl-rimmed lids. Get the look with Stila's Stay All Day Waterproof Liquid Eye Liner ($22) and Urban Decay's 24/7 Waterline Eye Pencil ($20).
Pristinely filled-in arches frame Blake Lively's metallic smoky eye look. We love Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Powder Duo in Blonde ($23).
For the premiere of The Captives at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, the actress paired a matte tomato-red lip with layers of mascara for an amplified touch of bombshell-inspired beauty. For when you need more than one quote, we love Origins GinZing Brightening Mascara ($21). (The brush means business, and the formula never smudges.)
Back in 2009, a pillowy pink pout, champagne-tinged lids, and immaculately radiant skin created an almost otherworldly vibe.
Not quite coral, not quite pink, Blake Lively's eye-catching lip accented the rest of her minimal makeup look during this fall at New York Fashion Week.