Olivia Rodrigo Wears a Full Face of Glossier on the Grammys

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Olivia Rodrigo is a Glossier lady by and thru. After carrying the brand for the American Music Awards in November 2021, she’s back at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards with a full face of Glossier make-up merchandise but once more.

For the 2022 Grammys, the inspiration for Rodrigo’s make-up look was ’90s supermodel with a contact of contemporary punk glam, in line with her make-up artist, Lilly Keys. Rodrigo’s dusty rose-toned make-up, full with extra-sharp winged eyeliner, enhances her black Vivienne Westwood dress with pink detailing.

To get the look, Keys began by prepping Rodrigo’s pores and skin with the Perfecting Skin Tint ($26) and the Stretch Concealer ($18). “After, I mixed collectively Cloud Paint ($18) in each ‘Beam’ and ‘Storm’ and blended [them] onto the apples of the cheeks very evenly, utilizing small round motions with a fluffy brush,” Keys tells POPSUGAR. Solar Paint ($20) was then utilized as bronzer to Rodrigo’s cheekbones, chin, and bridge of her nostril.

“For highlighter, I am obsessive about Futuredew ($24), which may also be used as a dewy, glowy moisturizer,” Keys says. “I completed with Haloscope ($22) in ‘Quartz’ alongside the tops of the cheekbones, the tip of the nostril, and simply above the cupid’s bow.”

Keys created the lavender eye make-up second utilizing the “Mist” Monochromes Palette ($22) within the matte and two shimmer shades. “I then took the Pro Tip ($16) liner and used quick strokes on the higher lash line, taking the liner and winging it out to a pointy level straight throughout and barely upward right into a dramatic however sharp cat flick.”

To lean into the cat-eye look, she balanced it by drawing on the interior corners of Rodrigo’s eyes with the liquid liner, too. The ending touches have been by means of the Lash Slick Mascara ($16) on the singer’s high and backside lashes and a combo of Boy Brow ($16) and Brow Flick ($18) to create a feathery forehead.

Final however not least, “to get the lip look, I used Ultralip ($18) in ‘Villa,’ smudging the lipstick into the lips and smooshing simply above the higher lip line with my fingers to present that just-kissed look, and completed off with Balm Dotcom ($16) in ‘Cookie Butter.'”

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