Building red-carpet-worthy lashes isn't enough for Anna. She wants her mascara to provide a full sensory experience: "It's a great mascara and all, but it smells really good, too," the actor told the New York Times of her Guerlain pick. "It seems silly, but for a product you use every day, it's kind of a nice touch."
Guerlain Cils D'enfer Maxi Lash Volume Creating Curl Sculpting Mascara, $30
You'd never know it by looking at her, but Kate Upton claims to suffer self-styling challenges in the hair department. "I'm so bad at doing my hair but it helps if I use Leonor Greyl products," she told Marie Claire. "Then at least it's smooth and healthy, so I'm not starting with a tangling mess." The model starts with this hydrating mask to ensure healthy tresses.
Leonor Greyl Masque Quintessence Deep Conditioning Treatment Mask, $145
The ergonomic shape of these makeup brushes may look funny, but they allow for precise application that Lady Gaga—and fellow celebs including Sofía Vergara, Hilary Duff, and Rihanna—love.
Artis Makeup Brushes Fluenta Collection, 5-brush set, $190
Mindy Kaling is in good company with the beauty pick she deemed tweet-worthy; Rachel Zoe, Mariska Hargitay and Heidi Klum all swear by these blotting papers, too.
Tatcha Petal Fresh Original Aburatorigami Beauty Papers, $12
In addition to this calming rosewater mist, Maggie Gyllenhaal swears by this brand's Calendula Cream and Soothing Cleansing Lotion. "The whole bio dynamic line is amazing," she said of the brand.
Jurlique Rosewater Balancing Mist, $24
Karlie Kloss's dry shampoo of choice? The same formula favored by Gwyneth Paltrow and Cindy Crawford; it's made without silicones, parabens or sulfates.
Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk, $20
A lazy girl's skin savior? Cleansing wipes. "If I'm feeling a little bit lazy at the end of a long day, I still make sure to take my makeup off even if I'm just using a wipe," Sophia Bush told Popsugar. "Yes to makes wipes that have cucumber in them that are really soothing."
Yes to Cucumber Facial Wipes, $9
The list of celebs who use this luxe face oil is as steep as its price tag: Gwyneth Paltrow, Liv Tyler, Mandy Moore, Karlie Kloss, Cindy Crawford and Alexa Chung are just a few of the famous devotees who moisturize with this jasmine-scented oil blend.
Rodin Olio Lusso Face Oil, $170
Want Taylor Swift's red lip? She (along with Amber Valletta, Olivia Munn and bestie Jaime King) have all sworn by this classic shade of crimson, which delivers a matte finish and is housed in an easy-to-tote crayon.
NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Dragon Girl, $26
If the surgence of $500 face creams have taught us anything, it's that celebs spare no expense on when it comes to beauty. But sometimes, simple is best. A-listers like Beyoncé and Natalie Portman often sing praises of this lip-smoothing balm, which hit the market back in 1892.
Smith's Rosebud Salve, $6
Highlighters can make noses look more narrow, browbones lifted and cheekbones more defined. Some of the most glowing celeb complexions, including Miranda Kerr's, Gisele Bündchen's and Kate Bosworth's, never look glittery or greasy thanks to this version made with coconut oil.
RMS Beauty Living Liminizer, $38
When Vogue named this balm-like face wash "probably the best cleanser in the world," celebrities listened. Kate Hudson, Eva Mendes and Jessica Alba are just a few of the actors who use this botanically-spiked cleanser and muslin cloth to melt away studio makeup and post-workout grime.
Eve Lom Cleanser, $50
This racily-named powder blush warms cheeks with a peachy-pink hue flecked with gold and works for light and dark skin tones alike. Since it was introduced, the complexion brightener has become a red-carpet staple for actors such as Jennifer Lawrence, Catherine Zeta-Jones, AnnaSophia Robb and Debi Mazar.
NARS blush in Orgasm, $30
When it comes to expert advice about cover-up, who better to turn to than some of reality TV's biggest names? Both Kim Kardashian and Lauren Conrad trust this cult classic product to erase dark undereye circles and brighten skin.
Clé de Peau Beauté Concealer, $70
This brand's first blend, Royal English Leather, was created for King George III in the late 1700s. The scent, along with subsequent creations, have attracted a famous following ever since. Today, a laundry list of celebs including George Clooney (who, along with Prince Charles, is known to wear Green Irish Tweed), Madonna, Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Lopez depend on Creed's intoxicating blends to keep them smelling anything but common.
Creed Green Irish Tweed, $280