How adorable is Hayden Panettiere at the premiere of It's A Mall World? I love how she's looking more grown-up these days, but in a fun, age-appropriate way. This youthful, fresh look works because it doesn't take itself too seriously—and it's a great look for summer, too.
Hayden is jumping on the braids bandwagon, favoring a look shown on Jessica Simpson earlier this summer. This how-to will help you weave your hair into this style. For a guide to replicating Hayden's makeup,
Skin: Hayden is wearing full foundation for the photos, but for everyday wear, go with a lighter, more sheer foundation. Use a powder brush to apply a powder bronzer on the apples of cheeks and temples. Follow by blending a warm, sunkissed rose blush on the apples of cheeks (sweep upward along the cheekbone). A good two-in-one option is Nars Blush/Bronzer duo in Orgasm/ Laguna.
Lips: Line lips with a light rose lip pencil, like Cover Girl lip pencil in, uh, Rose. Fill in lips with a slightly warm pink lipstick, such as shu uemura Lolishine in shade 334. Top off with a coat of clear lip gloss, or if you want the pink to really pop, a pink gloss like MAC Lipglass in Lust.
Eyes: Using an eye shadow brush, brush a frosty moss eye shadow (like MAC shadow in Steamy) on the center of the lid. Follow by blending in a slightly darker green, such as Make Up For Ever in Diamond Green, and sweeping it toward the outer lid. Follow by dusting a shimmery goldish green on the inner corners of eyes. I like Milani loose eye shadow powder in Mint Sugar, which comes with a brush. Then, dot a thin line of liquid eyeliner (such as Revlon Bedroom Eyes liquid eyeliner in Fishnet Jet) into the lower lash line—not underneath. Do the same for upper lids, and follow with another line on top of the lash line (it should be thicker toward the outer corner). Follow with a coat of lengthening mascara. Hayden is wearing false lashes here, but I think you can use Diorshow in Black Out and get great results.