Want red carpet-worthy skin? This new product from Charlotte Tilbury is like an Instagram filter in a bottle.

By Kathleen Felton
March 05, 2018
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It's officially easier than ever for us non-celebs to get a gorgeous Hollywood glow.

Last night, Zendaya, Emma Roberts, Sofia Vergara, Kate Upton, and dancer Violetta Komyshan all wore makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury's new Hollywood Flawless Filter ($44; nordstrom.com or bergdorfgoodman.com) on the Oscars red carpet. This customizable primer-highlighter is making waves among the A-list crowd for its ability to deliver a soft, subtle glow—think Instagram filter for your face.

The formula is available in seven super-flattering shades and can be worn alone, blended with foundation, or applied as a highlighter to give skin a dewy, lit-from-within appearance. On Roberts, Tilbury started by using the brand's Light Wonder Foundation in shades 4 and 7 ($46; nordstrom.com), then dotted Hollywood Flawless Filter along the actress's cheekbones. On Zendaya, makeup artist Sheika Daley mixed Hollywood Flawless Filter with Magic Foundation in shade 9 ($44; nordstrom.com). "I wanted to give her a beautiful bronzy and sculpted look," Daley explains.

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Charlotte Tilbury lead makeup artist Barry King also used Hollywood Flawless Filter on Komyshan, who attended the event with boyfriend Ansel Elgort. King applied the brand's Brightening Youth Primer ($55; nordstrom.com) first, then dabbed on Hollywood Flawless Filter in shades 1 and 2. As a final step, she blended Magic Foundation in shades 2 and 3 and finished with The Retoucher concealer in shade 2 ($35; nordstrom.com).

The end result? Soft, dewy skin that looks flawless yet natural. BRB while we "Add to Cart" immediately.