We can't tell you how happy we were to see Lindsay Lohan looking so feminine and natural (minus those mall-bought hair extensions, obviously) at the Sundance Film Festival. Sobriety certainly agrees with the redheaded beauty.
We all know how difficult it must have been for her to maintain such creamy, hydrated skin in Park City, Utah. With the freezing cold temps and whipping winds combined with dry blaring indoor heat, the future reality TV star managed to overcome all obstacles to ensure her complexion perfection.
Instead of masking her face with layers of unnecessary makeup, which she has been guilty of doing in the past, Lindsay kept it simple—dusting her eyelids with a peachy pink eye shadow, lightly lining her upper lash lines in black, adding a hint of peach blush to her cheeks and wearing a bubblegum pink lip gloss.
We do have to mention, however, that Lindsay's under eye area looked a little haggard. She's definitely sporting some darkness and under-eye baggage that could have easily been hidden.
Get the Look: If you are battling the harsh, cold weather at home, you want to get glowing by first gently exfoliating away those dry, dead layers with a gentle enzyme peel like Naturopathica Pear Fig Polishing Enzyme Peel. Then, apply a daily moisturizer like REN Hydra-Calm Global Protection Day Cream that will not only hydrate and protect the skin, but also sooth and reduce irritation with ingredients like Arctic Seabuckthorn Berry Oil and Chamomile.
Now, if you're under-eye area looks like it was out all night with Lindsay's, apply an eye mask like Klorane Smoothing and Relaxing Patches with Cornflower to battle the puffiness. Tip: Always keep eye masks and patches in the fridge for maximum effectiveness in battling the puff.
To hide darkness under the eyes, tap on a brightening eye cream like Glow by Dr. Brandt Revitalizing Retinol Eye Cream which gives eyes an instant illuminated effect and also binds water to the skin and prevents moisture loss (which is obviously vital for dry, cold weather).
Once your moisturizer and eye cream have absorbed, prep skin with a primer. Then, apply a hydrating and nourishing cream or liquid foundation like LORAC Porefection Foundation. Tip: Stay away from powder foundation in the winter since it can settle into fine lines and bring more attention to dry skin.
Tap on a hydrating and brightening concealer like NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer under eyes to cover up any remaining darkness and/or puffiness. Then, add a little flush to your cheeks by tapping on a peachy pink gel or cream blush like MAKE UP FOR EVER HD Blush in 225 Peachy Pink to the apples of your cheeks.
To get Lindsay's ultra-flattering eye makeup (especially for blue and green eyes), start by prepping your entire upper eye area with primer or concealer and then covering with a matte cream eye shadow.
Next, with a loose eye brush, apply a shimmery peachy pink eye shadow like NYX Cosmetics Eye Shadow in Sex Kitten from upper lash line to above the crease. Then, use black waterproof eyeliner to make a thin line along the upper lash line. Finish by applying two to three coats of your favorite waterproof mascara.
Complete this look by slicking on a hydrating bubblegum pink lip gloss like Revlon Super Lustrous Lip Gloss in Snow Pink.
We really hope that this is just the beginning of Lindsay returning to her natural beauty roots. But, speaking of roots… we insist she lets her natural hair shine and gets rid of those scraggly extensions. Perhaps a blunt bob could be in her future? All we know is sobriety has never looked so good.