Selena Gomez walked a famous Cannes Film Festival red runner for a initial time yesterday to foster her arriving new movie, The Dead Don’t Die. From her white two-piece Louis Vuitton dress to some critical bling in a form of a Bulgari solid necklace and ring, she looked incredible.
But what we unequivocally need to speak about is Gomez’s ridiculously good glam, privately her makeup. The vibe was a complicated take on Old Hollywood with a classical red mouth and a cat eye by makeup artist Hung Vanngo regulating Marc Jacobs Beauty. It also had a dark curtsy to associate former Disney star Miley Cyrus. Vanngo used Le Marc Lip Crème Lipstick in Oh Miley 200 ($32), a strawberry red shade desirous by a singer, on Gomez to give her lips a cocktail of color.
That wasn’t even a usually cocktail star tie with her look. Vanngo suggested that he also used a brand’s Youthquake Hydra-Full Retexturizing Gel Crème ($59), that was Lady Gaga’s tip skin arms during awards deteriorate and a Met Gala. (Gaga’s longtime makeup artist Sarah Tanno is an envoy for a brand, so she got to exam it out personally for months before it strike shelves this month.)
Vanngo also used Accomplice Concealer Touch-Up Stick in L23 ($32) and Accomplice Instant Blurring Beauty Powder in Siren 52 ($49) to emanate even some-more of a heat before adding O!Mega Bronzer Coconut Perfect Tan in Tan-Tastic! ($49) and Air Blush Soft Glow Duo in 506 Flesh Fantasy ($42) for a hold of warmth.
And to change Gomez’s confidant red lip, Vanngo combined a sparkly cat eye. (Perhaps Taylor Swift was a inspiration?) Here’s how to re-create it for yourself.
First request a light covering of See-quins Glam Glitter Eyeshadow in Flashlight ($28) to give your lids that glittery look. Next, use a Magic Marc’er Precision Pen Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner—inspired by calligraphy pens—in Blacquer ($30) to emanate a confidant wing ship that emphasizes your eye shape. Then finish with a few coats of Velvet Noir Major Volume Mascara ($26).
The final result? Flawless. If usually a makeup demeanour could win a Palme d’Or.