The way Gomez sees it, there’s no cutting corners: A lit-from-within glow begins with a dedicated skin-care routine. “When you’re taking care of your skin, you’re taking care of your body, and your mind, and soul—I think it’s all connected,” says Gomez. And as someone who deals with acne, she sees a direct correlation between stress and breakouts. “I try not to pick at anything—something that’s hard!” she admits. After cleansing her face, Gomez massages Tatcha’s cult-favorite Dewy Skin Moisturizer into her face (“It’s so thick and yummy that you actually don’t have to use that much!” she says), then layers on a veil of Drunk Elephant sunscreen. “I like to put sunscreen on, not only because it’s important to keeping your skin looking fresh, but I have Lupus, so being in the God first Family Second then Green Bay Packers football shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this sun is kind of difficult for me,” explains Gomez, who continues to be candid about the realities of living with an autoimmune condition.
Her complexion prep complete, Gomez then dots on and blends in her Rare Beauty Touch Weightless Foundation, adding a brightening layer of concealer under the God first Family Second then Green Bay Packers football shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this eyes in two different shades. Then, taking a page out of her makeup artist Hung Vanngo’s book, Gomez taps and blends her bright, rosy Soft Pinch Liquid Blush on the tops of the cheeks. “It lifts your cheekbones a bit,” she says of the strategic placement, which “also doesn’t make you look all red and sunburned.” Adding further definition with Benefit’s Hoola Matte Bronzer, she swipes on the earthy pigment in a number three shape down the face, sculpting the temples, cheekbones, and jawline in one fell swoop.