Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is forever our inspiration when it comes to achieving a believable (albeit completely enchanting) summer glow. But most recently, the model and her magical makeup artist, Nikki DeRoest, have truly outdone themselves. Earlier today, DeRoest posted a gallery of spellbinding shots featuring a sun-kissed aesthetic she created for Huntington-Whiteley in honor of Monday's event celebrating the Too Faced x Pop & Suki set—a pink Pop & Suki makeup case featuring none other than the iconic Too Faced mascara.
(It's a perennial makeup-artist, reader, and Byrdie-editor favorite, naturally.) And while we're sometimes left hanging when it comes to the exact product lineup makeup artists use on their star-studded clientele, DeRoest's entire roster of MVPs was highlighted on Rose Inc., the model's relatively new editorial platform featuring all things beauty.
According to the post, the look, dubbed Sun-Kissed Glamour, requires all of 15 products (honestly, that's not that bad when you consider the infinite depths of a celebrity makeup artist's trusted kit), with an emphasis on all things neutral and glow-enhancing. In other words, the model's makeup epitomizes everything we crave from a showstopping beauty moment this summer—versatile enough to wear by day, sultry enough to wear by night, and downright dreamy in terms of photographic potential to boot.
Curious to find out which makeup products DeRoest used on Huntington-Whiteley? Keep scrolling for the exact 15-item list. Oh, and for more details regarding application and inspiration, make sure you check out the original post on Rose Inc.!
To prep Huntington-Whiteley's skin, DeRoest began by massaging this ultra-brightening elixir into the model's complexion.
To complete the glow prep, she patted on a touch of this universal radiance-enhancing potion from Mara. (FYI: I personally just got my hands on this oil and am beyond obsessed.)
Pre-foundation, DeRoest used this apricot-tinged CC serum as the ultimate base for luminosity.
While Armani's Luminous Silk Foundation formula typically gets all the love, this option from the brand allows longer wear and is DeRoest's go-to for a full-coverage, immovable makeup application. In other words, it's great for the never-ending days of summer.
An unsung hero for its setting prowess, this compact formula keeps foundation in place while offering a silk, ever-so-slightly glowing finish.
Truth: We've yet to meet a single soul who doesn't fall in love with this high-impact (albeit still natural-looking) concealer upon first application. Not surprisingly, DeRoest cites it as one of Huntington-Whiteley's all-time favorites.
Another product universally beloved by celebrities, this jar is filled with bronzing magic to deliver the most natural sun-kissed touch of color.
Next, the brand's sheer illuminating elixir for a "luminous and tawny finish." So pretty.
When it comes to a covetable glow, it's all in the way you layer. For a glowing flush, DeRoest used this light-catching blush from Chanel as her third step in the quest for an otherworldly luminosity. Or, as Rose Inc. describes the look, "a light-reflecting, holiday-in-Ibiza vibe."
The fourth and final step for radiance? This stellar stick from Hourglass strategically applied to the model's (very high) cheekbones.
Next up, warm and earthy shades with loads of shimmer thanks to this six-shade compact from BareMinerals.
And, of course, the aforementioned iconic tube of Mascara from Too Faced. DeRoest used two coats before adding further depth to the model's gaze with just a few false lashes.
Huntington-Whiteley's brows are infamous—to naturally fill them in, DeRoest opted for this hair-pleasing brow pencil from Chanel.
Then, to keep the hairs from moving, she set them with this affordably priced brow gel from Maybelline.
Last but not least, this nude lipstick was applied to accentuate the model's ultra-plump put.