Published: May 10, 2015
The fresh-faced actress rocks an easy pretty vibe.
Hair: To add some windblown texture to the actress’s cropped cut, hairstylist Chris McMillan spritzed texturing mist on damp hair. He then blowdried it for extra volume, and used his hands to work in a flexible hairspray.
Makeup: McAdams’ makeup artist on set was none other than her sister, Kayleen McAdams. Together they decided on an ultrafeminine yet natural look. “I wanted the makeup to blend seamlessly and let Rachel take the center stage,” Kayleen says. A touch of concealer and light-pink cream blush lent a subtle flush to her skin.
Nails: For a simple effect, manicurist Ashlie Johnson buffed nails and left the tips polish-free. “I recommend this finish for anyone who wants to give their nails a break,” Johnson says.
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