Bright Coral Lip

Photo: Peter Rosa. Still Lifes: Richard Majchrazak.

Be Bold. Be Brave. Make Noise.

—Donna D'Cruz, celebrity DJ, meditation instructor, designer, and founder of the Sleeping Beauty skincare line and Sleep Beditations audio project.

Bright Coral Lip: The glory of a rich, saturated lipstick—Even if you're otherwise barefaced, one swipe adds instant polish, says makeup artist Rebecca Restrepo, who created these looks. Today's hot hue is an orangy red that flatters all skin tones, adding warmth to fair types and a fiery burst of color to darker complexions. There's a variety of finishes to choose from—sheer, satin, matte. A slightly glossy finish is more forgiving, but if you're in the mood to really stand out, go with an opaque matte.

Ardell Hydra Lipstick in Tropic Hotshot, $10;
L’Oréal Paris Colour Riche Matte Lipstick in Matte At Bat, $9; drugstores
Givenchy Le Rouge Givenchy Lipstick in Corail Backstage, $36;
Urban Decay Vice Lipstick in Broadcast, $17;
Shiseido Rouge Rouge Lipstick in Fire Topaz, $28;
The Golden Glow

Photo: Peter Rosa. Still Lifes: Richard Majchrazak.

Never Miss A Chance to Shine

—Gabrielle Bernstein, New York Times–best-selling author of, most recently, Judgment Detox.

The Golden Glow: The go-to highlighter shades have been softer in seasons past, but a warm, vibrant gold makes a bigger statement, especially on dark skin. To pull off the look, a thin veil of foundation is a must. "This trend is most flattering when your skin tone looks even," says Restrepo. Next, use a small, fluffy dusting brush to sweep a powder or cream-to-powder highlighter (eyeshadow works here, too) in the shape of a 3, starting just under the brow, up to the outside of the brow's arch, over to the hairline, and curving around the eye to the cheekbones, then down toward the jawline. When it comes to choosing a shade, use Restrepo's gilded guide: "Fair and medium skin will look great in a true gold, while an amber will work best on olive and darker tones."

Maybelline New York The City Kits Eye + Cheek Palette in Pink Edge, $12; drugstores
The Pink Smoky Eye

Photo: Peter Rosa. Still Lifes: Richard Majchrazak.

Paint Your Life In Amazing Colors

—Agapi Stassinopoulos, motivational speaker and author of Wake Up to the Joy of You: 52 Meditations and Practices for a Calmer, Happier Life.

The Pink Smoky Eye: This look has evolved past black and midnight blue. But when you're working with surprising shades, you need a strategic plan. "Start by lining your top and bottom lashes with a lavender shadow," Restrepo says. "The hint of bluish coolness brings out the whites of your eyes instead of unwanted redness." Brush your rosy shadow (something with a hint of shimmer is best) everywhere—from the top lashline to just above the crease, and outward to the tail of your brow, fading the color as you go. Add definition with a generous coating of a volumizing black mascara.

Palladio Beauty Eyeland Vibes Eyeshadow Palette in Horizon, $14;
Elizabeth Arden Limited Edition Eyeshadow Trio in Center Stage, $48;
Clarins 4-Colour Eyeshadow Palette in Lovely Rose, $44;
Sephora Miniature Palettes, $10;
Pixi Beauty Eye Reflection Shadow Palette in Mixed Metals, $24;