How To Recreate Madison Beer’s Gorgeous Everyday Makeup

At the end of the day, celebrities are just people, and many of them prefer keeping their beauty routines simple and low-key just like we do. Such is the case with Madison Beer, who always looks gorgeous with timeless and neutral-looking makeup.

By Simone Sydel5 min read
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As a makeup lover, Madison Beer doesn't shy away from sharing her beauty secrets with her fans. She has multiple videos across her social media platforms where she goes over her daily beauty routine and her favorite products. So we decided to break down her everyday makeup look step by step so that you can achieve the same effortlessly chic look! And even though Madison likes to use high-end products, we included affordable dupes under each step so everyone can recreate this look without breaking the bank.

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1. Prep Your Skin

Many celebrities know the importance of prepping their skin before applying makeup. Prepping the skin will create a nice canvas for the makeup to glide across and look more natural and flawless without accentuating certain things we want to cover up, such as redness, blemishes, texture, and fine lines.

And Madison Beer does a great job at this too. As she mentions in her video, she's been dealing with blemishes for the past few years, which is why she always makes sure to wash her face with the PanOxyl Benzoyl Peroxide Wash, a product that contains antibacterial benzoyl peroxide to help keep bacteria overgrowth at bay and soothe active pimples.

After washing, Madison follows up with the Laneige Cream Skin Toner & Moisturize, a gentle, milky toner that helps soothe the skin and boost hydration and plumpness. Before continuing with her moisturizer and eye cream, she uses her Roze Quartz Facial Roller to calm the puffiness around her eyes and roll imperfections away.

Last but not least in her prepping routine are the Drunk Elephant Lala Retro Whipped Moisturizer with Ceramides, a heavy-duty moisturizer that does a great job at hydrating the skin without making it greasy, and the La Mer Eye Concentrate, which she uses to brighten and moisturize the eye area.

Adequately moisturizing the skin, especially when using drying makeup products such as matte foundations that contain alcohol as well as setting powders, is important, and Madison is a great example to follow when it comes to taking care of your skin.

Product To Try: CeraVe – Moisturizing Cream with Ceramides ($20)

2. Start with Your Brows

This is probably quite unusual for many of us who start with our base or eyes first; however, Madison likes to take a spoolie brush with a little bit of soap on it and brush her brows into place before doing anything else.

"Soap brows" is a viral TikTok trend that involves using a small amount of soap on a spoolie brush to tame the brows and give them a more polished look. The soap will also help follow-up brow products such as brow creams, pencils, or powders adhere to the brows better and last longer throughout the day.

However, even though trying it out now and again can be fun, avoid making the soap brow a regular step in your makeup routine, as leaving soap on your skin for the entire day can potentially irritate the skin and cause itchiness and discomfort. A brow gel is definitely a better and safer option.

Product To Try: NYX – The Brow Glue Clear Laminating Gel($9)

3. Lightweight Base

Madison likes to do natural, everyday makeup, so she tends to ditch the full-coverage foundations on most occasions and opts for a lightweight skin tint instead. She likes to alternate between the Glossier Perfecting Skin Tint when doing a day look and Charlotte Tilbury's Hollywood Flawless Filter Foundation when she wants a product that delivers an intense glow while still looking natural.

The products are pretty similar to one another, and they will give you a nice, dewy finish that looks very natural on the skin and won't accentuate dryness, texture, or fine lines. However, since both products are more suitable for someone with normal or dry skin, you would definitely need to set everything in place with a setting powder if your skin is on the oily side.

Product To Try: L'Oréal – True Match Nude Hyaluronic Tinted Serum ($20)

4. Concealer for a Brightening Effect

Madison likes to use a slightly lighter shade of concealer than her skin tone to brighten up the under-eye area as well as any areas of the face that she feels need a little bit of brightness, such as the center of her forehead, as well as the bridge and tip of her nose.

She has repeatedly raved about the Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer and can be seen using it in most of her makeup videos. This is a fast-drying, full-coverage, oil-free concealer with a natural matte finish, which is why she uses it light-handedly instead of packing it in. Once she's happy with the concealer placement, she blends it seamlessly into her skin with a damp beauty blender.

Product To Try: Maybelline – Fit Me Concealer ($8)

5. Contouring To Add Dimension

Madison likes to contour her face to add a bit of dimension and make her features, especially her beautiful cheekbones, pop even more. To contour, she uses a combination of cream-based products, depending on the look she's going for. 

An everyday, lightweight look involves her using the Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Contour Wand, which is a super easy-to-use contouring stick that instantly warms up, sculpts, and defines the face. When looking for more definition, she goes for the Tom Ford Shade and Illuminate Sculptor, a duo of shading and highlighting creams to contour, sculpt, and bring out the optimal bone structure of her beautifully symmetrical face.

As for the product placement, Madison tends to apply a tiny bit of product just below her cheekbones as this helps add more depth, as well as her temples to give the illusion of a narrower forehead and the sides of her nose to make it appear thinner.

Product To Try: Makeup Revolution – Eye Bright Concealer ($10)

6. Heavy Blush for a Sunkissed Look

Madison loves a good, flushed cheek, and her favorite way to achieve this look is by using a cream blush. Her go-to product is the ultra-popular Charlotte Tilbury Beauty Light Wand in the shade “Pinkgasm,” which is a gorgeous, soft pink color that looks amazing on all skin tones.

She applies the blush on her cheeks as well as the tip of her nose, which is yet another blush placement trend that's popular on TikTok and intended to give you that glowy, sun-kissed look. To blend, she first starts with her fingers and then uses a damp beauty blender to sheer it out and make it look more natural.

Product To Try: Wet n Wild – MegaGlo Makeup Stick Blush ($5)

7. Set Everything with Powder

Once she's done with her cream-based products, Madison likes to go in with her beloved Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Flawless Finish Setting Powder and lightly set her base under the eyes, jawline, and chin. She strategically leaves her cheeks, forehead, and nose untouched because she likes the beautiful glow her cream-based products give her.

Again, this placement can definitely work great for those with normal or dry skin; however, if your skin is on the oily side, you'll be best off lightly setting your entire face.

Product To Try: LYS Beauty – Triple Fix Setting Powder ($18)

8. Repeat with Powder-Based Products

After she's done setting certain areas of her face with powder, Madison retraces her steps with powder-based products, including a powder bronzer to go over her contour, powder blush to go over the areas where she applied her cream blush, as well as powder highlighter to add extra glow on the tip of her nose and cheeks.

To do this, she uses Fenty Beauty Sun Stalk'r Instant Warmth Bronzer and Killawatt Freestyle Highlighter in the shade “Ginger Binge/Moscow Mule,” a soft copper pink with a beautiful shine.

Product To Try: L'Oréal – True Match Lumi Bronze It Bronzer ($15)

9. Eye Definition

To add depth and definition to her eyes, Madison uses her collaboration palette Morphe x Madison Beer Channel Surfing Artistry Palette (now discontinued) and tends to add a couple of neutral shades in the crease of her eyes as well as a light shimmery shade in the corner of her eyes to make them pop.

To bring everything together, she uses an angled eyebrow brush and one of the darker shades in the palette to create a wing starting from the corner of her lashes. And for the final touch, she uses her Pretty Vulgar Faux Reals Mascara to add length, volume, and curl to her lashes.

Product To Try: Tarte – Tartelette In Bloom Clay Eyeshadow Palette ($42)

10. Natural Lips

For her lips, Madison uses the Charlotte Tilbury Lip Cheat Lip Liner in the shade “Pillow Talk” to line the entire perimeter of her lips and then fills them in with the Ulta Juice Infused Lip Oil, a nourishing oil that provides shine while ensuring the lips are moisturized and hydrated.

Product To Try: NYX – Slim Lip Pencil in "Peekaboo Neutral” ($4)

11. Setting Spray

To set everything in place, Madison sprays a few spritzes of the Caudalie Beauty Elixir, which is a three-in-one product that can act as a hydrating mist, a primer, and a setting spray on top of makeup.

Product To Try: Wet n Wild – Take Your Vitamins Super Nutrient Face Mist($8)

Closing Thoughts

Even though this tutorial may seem like it consists of many steps and too much work in general, Madison Beer's everyday makeup look would take you no more than 15-20 minutes to achieve. So if you're someone who loves a dewy, sun-kissed look with a little bit of definition around the eyes, this is the perfect tutorial for you!

Plus, all of the products she used are easily accessible; however, we made sure to link our favorite dupes that would cost you a fraction of the price. Let us know in the comments below if you'll be trying out Madison's everyday makeup look!

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