If you haven’t seen much of Hailey Baldwin lately, you must have cut yourself off from any and all social media. The emerging model—who walked the Topshop Unique and Sonia Rykiel runways this past Fashion Month—just booked herself the 2014 Revolve Holiday Campaign and is pretty much all over the Jenner sisters and her cousin Ireland Baldwin’s Instagram accounts. It seems like we’re going to be seeing a lot more of Baldwin on her rise to becoming a household name.
Last night, the 17-year-old (yeah, she’s seriously only 17, we triple-checked) attended the Topshop New York City flagship opening dinner in the most gorgeous bronzed makeup imaginable. And although not all can say we’ve been blessed with golden blonde hair, long legs, and a famous last name like Hailey Baldwin can, that doesn’t mean that we can’t steal her beauty look. Because we totally are...
French braid your hair, placing the plait at the center front of the hairline. Continue to the crown and secure with bobby pins. Gather the rest of the hair, teasing lightly at the crown for volume, and create a slightly-raised chignon.Leave some hair whisps at the side to create a romantic look. Add texture all over with a dry spray (we recommend Unite 7Seconds Refresher).
Skin: Apply a light BB cream to create glowing, radiant skin. We love Estee Lauder’s Enlighten Even Effect Skintone Corrector SPF 30. Apply a bronzer under the cheekbones (this one by Dolce & Gabbana is the bomb), and a satin-finish blush (Laura Mercier’s Cheek Mélange has just the right amount of bronze).
Eyes: Create a deep golden brown smokey eye, darkening and winging up at the outer corners. Apply a kohl liner to the lash line and sweep a hint of shadow under the lower lash line. Apply whispy false lashes (Eyeko makes some great ones) and finish off with a generous double coating of mascara. (Your go-to golden smokey eye kit? Topshop Smokey Eye set.)
Brows: Brush brows up with a light, darkening gel. (MAC Brow Set won’t leave you with stiff brows.)
Lips: Keep it simple with a barely-there gloss. (There’s a reason Stila’s Lip Glaze in Kitten is a classic—just saying.)