Get Cameron's Fresh-Faced Look. Image Courtesy of Vogue

StyleList already gave you a sneak peek at Cameron Diaz's June Vogue cover, the accompanying story and behind-the-scenes video before the issue even hit stands.

As if that weren't enough, now we have the secrets to achieving that sexy, easy glamour Diaz exudes in the pics from the makeup artist (and one of Diaz's BFFs) herself, Gucci Westman.

And while it's so humble and down-to-earth for Cameron Diaz to say she doesn't think of herself as a sex symbol, we're pretty sure anyone who looks at the cover and inside images would beg to differ. Diaz is hot-hot-hot, but in that nonchalant, unassuming way she does so well.

"It's about looking feminine and sporty," says Westman. "Even a bit boyish."

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Cameron's Vogue Makeup Inspiration: Lauren Hutton circa 1975. Photo by Ron Galella, WireImage


With Lauren Hutton as a point of reference, Westman used neutral colors and varying textures to create a look that was sensual but not overtly glamorous, a great strategy for achieving a breezy summer daytime look.

For a sporty, sunny feel, Westman applied minimal base and warmed up cheeks with Revlon Cream Blush in Just Peachy ($10).

"That shade adds color, but it looks really effortless," she says.

A peachy eye shadow worked well on the eyes, and a strategic application of grayish-black kohl eyeliner added a splash of sexiness and also made Diaz's eyes "less round, more elongated."

Westman made the brows stronger by filling them in, creating a more dramatic arch, extending the ends and darkening their color. She then gave lips a coat of a peachy-coral lipstick.

When all was done, she spritzed Diaz's skin with Jurlique Citrus Purifying Mist ($21), which hydrates, refreshes and balances an oily complexion.

"The mist also helps the makeup sink in, so it doesn't look so 'done.' And the scent makes you feel like you're at a spa. I'm obsessed with it."

Westman also admits it was a godsend on the hot Palm Springs, Calif. shoot.

The end result: A crisp, clean, laid-back style that looks "authentic," says Westman. "And honestly, who doesn't want that?"