There's more than ridiculously good genes at work when it comes to our favourite actors' looks. Here's how they manage to look so damn fine.
Apparently soccer's main man has a thing for BB cream. But make-up artist Sarah Lucero can confirm she's put Stila Stay All Day 10- In- 1 HD Beauty Balm on Beck's face before a photo shoot.
Celebrity make-up artist Nathan Johnson testifies that this level of dewy skin perfection is simply not possible without help. "He may have used a liquid highlighter or a brightening primer, but I suspect there's more to it than that. I'd be willing to wager that he was either airbrushed or is wearing a very sheer layer of liquid/cream foundation. And he's wearing blush. Notice the highest part of his cheek bone. Natural flush never goes that high."
"Make-up is a wonderful thing for men as well as women," says Benedict Cumberbatch, who confessed to wearing concealer to hide his jet lag at this year's Golden Globes. "I literally landed about an hour before the ceremony started," he justifies.
Make-up artist Diana Schmidtke uses La Mer moisturiser and eye concentrate on Batman-turned-Birdman, Michael Keaton. Apparently he's sensitive about his under-eye bags and crows feet. Aren't we all?
Make-up artist Lauren Kaye Cohen uses Lumiere Oil Absorbing Lotion on Ethan Hawke to keep shine under control. "It keeps the skin matte with a little glow," she says.