We Need to Talk About Gaga


This is Lady Gaga.


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


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.


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.


I mean…

Cover photo by saskia fairfull.