How you can create these stunning stars' looks at home.

14 08 20 thelook

Power couple Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are nowhere near taking another day off. The former Sex and the City and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off stars are busy taking care of their kids, scampering around Manhattan—and now SJP has launched her own shoe line, worthy of making even Carrie Bradshaw drool. How does this duo stay looking youthful and natural with such a busy lifestyle? We’ve tapped the pros on how to get their looks.

SKIN

They have great "genes" to start with, but you would expect to see some age-appropriate lines on the forehead and around the eyes. The hallmark of good Botox ($500 to $900) is that the lines look natural on the forehead and eyes without looking too "done." They both have fair complexions, so I would suspect they are having maintenance intense pulsed light ($1,500 to $2,500 for three to six sessions) to keep the brown and red lesions that come with age and sun away. Sarah has a naturally long, thin face and is likely having some fillers with hyaluronic acid ($1,200 to $2,000)
to keep it from looking gaunt. 

—Dr. Sandy Skotnicki, MD, FRCPC, baydermatologycentre.com

SMILE

Depending on the photo, you will see that Sarah Jessica Parker has whitened her teeth. She has likely gotten veneers or orthodontic work as she once had an improper lip closure. A goal in straightening teeth is to ensure proper lip closure. Matthew Broderick is a happy guy and doesn't smile a lot, as his smile has always been veryyellow. To fix this, he can whiten with different materials, such as an in-office whitening from dentists with support for any sensitivity that might occur. His smile is also narrow, with black seen between the cheeks and teeth, possibly because he had orthodontic work done or teeth pulled.

—Dr. Vasant Ramlaggan, DDS, HBSc, midtowndental.com

MAKEUP

SJP is queen of the fresh face, so in order to achieve her look, you just need a few key products. To get a soft glow, use Lise Watier Havana Bronzing Powder ($30, Shoppers Drug Mart), which adds dimension. Use a smudgable eyeliner and apply sparingly on both the top and bottom lash lines then smudge with a Q-tip or finger (M.A.C Eye Kohl in Smolder ($19, maccosmetics.com). Apply a couple of coats of a buildable black mascara, like Benefit BadGal Lash Mascara ($26, sephora.ca). Finish the look off with a Clinique Chubby Stick Intense Moisturizing Lip Colour Balm in Plushest Punch ($19, at The Bay).

—Jordana Maxwell, Hair and Makeup Arist, judyinc.com 

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