Always start with a good moisturizer and primer to get a smooth base before you apply any foundation. (We heard that Gadot’s makeup artist, Sarah Brock, used Murad’s Invisiblur on the set of Wonder Woman.) Another tip: Go light with the setting powder and apply it only where you absolutely need it. Skip the perimeter of your face altogether, as that’s where you want to keep some sheen.
MASTER THE SUBTLE CONTOUR
The contouring craze is (thankfully) dying down, but the art of subtle sculpting is forever flattering. Stick to cream formulas (which are easier to blend) and make sure you choose a shade of contouring powder that’s only one to two shades darker than your natural skin tone
TRY A MONOCHROMATIC LOOK
Pick a shade and use it on your lids, lips and cheeks. Not sure which colors to start with? We’re partial to peach because it instantly warms up your complexion and works on every skin tone.
FOCUS ON YOUR BROWS
They frame your entire face, after all. See how Gadot’s arches are full and defined but not overly drawn in? You can get a similar effect at home with a brow pencil (using short dashes) and gel (brush the hairs up and out to set them in place).