Sparkly Skin | yohana

Mila Kunis
Mila Kunis caught our eye at the 2010 Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala in New York City with her frosty makeup, stunning Vera Wang gown and all-over shimmer. Take the star's lead, and rather than opting for a deep faux tan, dose your skin with light-catching sparkle. Choose a body moisturizer with a subtle incandescence—and be sure to apply at least 20 minutes before dressing to allow it to fully absorb into the skin.

Flawless Decollete | yohana

Rachel Weisz
At a Dolce & Gabbana party in Milan, Rachel Weisz's porcelain smooth shoulders and decollete were reason alone to celebrate. If you want to go for milky white skin in the summer months, a generous dose of moisturizing sunscreen is key. New body lotions are formulated with UVA and UVB blocking ingredients to fight damaging rays; for the best coverage and absorption, apply when your skin is still damp from the shower.

Healthy Summer Skin | yohana

Elizabeth Hurley

If the tanning tax has scared you off getting any sun exposure at all, but you'd still like tawny skin like Elizabeth Hurley at The Elephant Parade and Auction in London, consider a sunscreen with orange extract. The citrus infusion is said to promote the tanning process as sunscreen does its part blocking damaging rays.

Peachy Glow | yohana

Eva Longoria

At the Playing for Hope Gala in Beverly Hills, Eva Longoria Parker didn't have a deep mahogany tan—she showed off something even better. Tawny, peachy skin with a hint of shimmer. New body bronzers are formulated to work with your skin for a believable glow—add a sweep of peachy shadow like the star to fully complete the look.

Radiant Skin | yohana

Jessica Alba
Jessica Alba wasn't afraid of sporting a strapless dress at the 2010 Venice International Film Festival. And for good reason: Her skin had a healthy, lit-from-within glow. To keep the skin on your body from looking dull and lifeless, swap your daily lotion with a moisturizing body perfection cream. Most contain hyaluronic acid, which leaves your skin taut and luminous.

Moist Skin | yohana

Eva Mendes
At the 10th International Marrakech Film Festival, Eva Mendes's one-shoulder dress showed off her glowy, nourished skin. A luxurious moisturizer is all you need to take your skin to the next level—just as long as you're applying it right. First off, smoothing lotion on damp skin will help lock in moisture. And if you can, try to moisturize at night, when your skin is its most absorbent.

Bright White Teeth | yohana

AnnaLynne McCord
At the 2011 People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles, AnnaLynne McCord caught our eye with her dazzling smile. To give your teeth a winter brightening—amidst all the coffee, cocktail parties and glasses of wine, no less—rinse your mouth with water after every meal. Many foods and beverages contain acids that wear away your tooth enamel over time, which leads to excessive staining. A quick swish of water will whisk away residue and help preserve your smile.

Shimmery Skin | yohana

Hayden Panettiere

At a gala in Vienna, Hayden Panettiere's tan and shimmery skin was the perfect complement to her flesh-toned mini dress. It's especially important to trick out your skin when you're wearing a neutral color. Consider a gradual sunless tanner, a temporary bronzing gel, or even working a dab of foundation into your body moisturizer. If you're satisfied with your glow, dusting your skin with a finely milled highlighting powder will add just a touch more light.

Subtle Spray Tan | yohana

For the California premiere of Prom, Friday Night Lights star Aimee Teegarden was flawless in a shimmery strapless gown. St. Tropez skin finishing expert Fiona Locke was responsible for her matching glow—a tawny tone that wasn't the least bit patchy or orange. "With today’s HD technology, skin requires more than just a one-dimensional, flat application of self-tanner," Locke said. Her solution for giving Teegarden's skin dimension and depth? A base coat of sunless tanner and then careful application of a highlighting tan illuminator on the cheekbones, d├ęcolletage, arms and shins.

Well-Groomed Eyebrows | yohana

Sofia Vergara

Your eyebrows don't have to be pencil-thin and plucked within an inch of their life to make a statement. In fact, it's quite the opposite. At the London premiere of Happy Feet 2, Sofia Vergara kept her makeup neutral and her eyebrows full. When grooming your own arches, keep the following pointers in mind. The inner edge of your brow should line up with the center of your nostril; the highest point of your arch should fall above the outer edge of your iris. And don't get too caught up in making each one look exactly the same: Your brows are sisters, but they aren't twins.

Sideswept Bangs | yohana

Penelope Cruz

Penelope Cruz attended the Torino Film Festival in Italy with a new look: Wispy sideswept bangs. We love the way they’re longer and more layered than the blunt bangs of the last few seasons. This look is decidedly lower maintenance and more versatile, working with a variety of hair textures from straight and fine to thick and curly. Cruz is opting for an undone version here, but we can also envision them blown sleek and super-straight for a more formal holiday affair. And the very best part? The soft layers will make growing them out a breeze.

Miranda Kerr | yohana

WHAT SHE WORE Miranda Kerr arrived at the Sydney Louis Vuitton Maison in the label's printed dress, a jeweled clutch and peep-toe heels.

WHY WE LOVE IT The supermodel embraced the design's sexy retro vibe with bold red lips and vintage-inspired accessories.