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This $48 skin-perfecting spray gave Margot Robbie her Barbie-worthy red carpet glow

Beyoncé, Zendaya and Hailey Bieber are also fans of this glow-getter spray

margot robbie alleven colour shield glow at the oscars 2023
Karen Silas
Senior Lifestyle Editor
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With the Barbie movie topping the box office with over a billion dollars, the film's producer and star Margot Robbie is Hollywood's golden girl. And HELLO! editors have our eyes on her beauty secrets, from the French beauty oil she uses to the affordable dry-shampoo she swears by for bouncy hair..

In fact, I noticed that the Babylon star was head-to-toe luminous all the way back at the 2023 Oscars, and I'm sure everyone wants to know just how she got her Barbie-worthy red carpet glow.

The Barbie star's MUA Pati Dubroff used a skin-enhancing spray, ALLEVEN Colour Shield, on Margot's arms, shoulders and décolleté, for an amazing, and very natural, glowy look, perfectly set off by her sequined Armani Privé gown.

Zendaya, Beyoncé and Hailey Bieber are also celebrity fans of the instant beauty booster, and Margot even rocked it on the set of Barbie for perfectly airbrushed looking skin.

margot robbie with glowing skin at oscars 2023

Margot looked flawless as she presented alongside Morgan Freeman at the Oscars

The transfer- and water-resistant Colour Shield is formulated to help balance your skin tone, and comes in seven different skin-matching hues.

MUA Pati used the Ivory shade for Margot's big night. “To achieve a flawless application, we made sure her skin was clean and dry and after that we lightly sprayed a few even coats to get that perfect skin-like finish on all areas of skin that would be showing," said Pati.

zendaya with glowing skin at the emmys 2022

Beyoncé used the skin-enhancing spray for her famed Coachella performance, and Zendaya wore it for the 2022 Emmys, above

"We allowed it to fully dry before she changed into her dress, knowing it will be transfer-resistant all night."

The body spray has quickly become a red carpet favorite. Make-up artist Sheika Daley used a mix of Amber and Sand ALLEVEN Colour Shield for Zendaya, giving her an extra boost of radiance at the 2022 Emmys.

And Beyoncé's makeup artist Sir John, who called the spray-on luminizing skin enhancer "revolutionary", revealed the Renaissance star – who uses a $12 ointment to soothe her skin – also sported the long-wearing Colour Shield for her legendary performance at Coachella. Iconic!

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