Here Are the Two 'Hero' Beauty Products Behind Wonder Woman’s Glow

The power of Wonder Woman is being felt everywhere.

Brought to life by Gal Gadot, the ultimate superhero is smashing records at the box office and inspiring and empowering women of all ages.

And while we all want her kickass fighting skills, we’re also more than a little bit curious about what gave her that incredible glow—because that’s the beauty of being a woman or a man: You can be interested in both!

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The film's makeup artist Sarah Brock has shared the beauty products used to create Princess Diana's look (a.k.a. Wonder Woman)—and there are two hero (ha!) items behind her glow.

In further proof this is one savvy superhero, they're both multi-purpose products. After all, time saved doing your makeup means more time saving the world.

Brock told People that she swears by Stila Convertable Colour Dual Lip and Cheek Cream in Lillium ($25) and Smashbox L.A Lights Blendable Lip and Cheek Colour in Venice Beach Bronze ($39).

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Both are creamy products that can be used to add color to both the lip and cheeks.

"I try to use as many cream-based products as possible on the skin (blush, contour and highlighter), which keeps the skin looking dewy and younger," she told People.

"And use as little powder as possible, as it tends to make the skin look flat and takes away the natural glow.”

The minimal-looking makeup took 45 to 60 minutes to apply.

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"As a true Amazonian, Princess Diana is trained in a range of skills in both combat and hunting."

"I used small amounts of several different products, which I applied with my fingers and then blended well so that they didn’t ‘sit’ on the skin—they ‘became’ part of her skin,” she said.

"I apply cream bronzers and blush after foundation and then I’d add fine powder formulas at the end of the makeup if I wanted more definition for filming."

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