We Need to Talk About Gaga

 

This is Lady Gaga.

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This is Lady Gaga at the Los Angeles premiere of her new movie, A Star Is Born.

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Let’s take a moment to appreciate the pure and 100% slayage that is this look. The silver Givenchy gown is accented with a matching patterned cape and matching platinum movie siren hair.

Now let’s break down this makeup.

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Lady Gaga’s longtime makeup artist, Sarah Tanno, used all Marc Jacobs Beauty products to bring this look together. These were the three you need to copy this look.

See-quins Glam Glitter Eyeshadow in Flashlight

Sarah applied this glitter eyeshadow with her finger all over Lady Gaga’s lid. If you want a strong pay off from glitter shadows then applying it with your finger is the way to go. It also decreases the amount of fall down you would have gotten from a brush, giving you better control of application.

 

EYE-CONIC Eyeshadow Palette in Smartorial

Sarah used the shade “In Doubt” from this palette to give Gaga her graphic winged liner in this look. For ultimate impact, use a small pointed brush with water to create the pigmented look. You can also use a waterproof gel to make any shadow liner extra long lasting.

 

Le Marc Lip Crème Lipstick in Oh Miley

This is literally the most classic blue-red shade that is flattering on all skin tones for an old Hollywood glam. The texture is creamy and luxurious while the formula is pigmented and long lasting.

 

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