To get the look, makeup artist Nick Barose first prepped her skin with two different shades of M.A.C. Matchmaster SPF 15 Foundation. “By blending a lighter shade in the center of the face, you create a candlelit glow that is perfect for photos,” Barose explains.
Next, he dusted M.A.C. Pressed Blot Powder in Dark on Lupita’s T-zone and around the perimeter of her face to tone down shine and set the foundation.
The create a sultry eye, Barose lined the upper lash lines in Dolce & Gabbana Glam Liner Intense Liquid Eyeliner in Black Intense 1. “I made the line thick and winged it out, and this liner is pitch black and almost looks rubbery, so it’s super dramatic,” Barose says.
Then, he smudged the Violet Impact shade from M.A.C. Antonio Lopez 6 Eyes: Violet palette along the upper and lower lash lines, adding more purple to the inner corners. Then, he added Carbon (from the same palette) to the outer corners to pull the eyes upwards.
He finished off the eyes with false lashes topped with two coats of mascara.
To add drama to Lupita’s brows, Barose used Votre Vu Arch de Triumph Brow Definer to accent her arch and elongate the tails.
For the lips, Barose used NARS Guy Bourdin Cinematic Lipstick in Full Frontal, and to tie everything together, he applied Jouer Tint in Dahlia on the apples of the cheeks using a BeautyBlender.
On her nails, Barose painted Tom Ford Nail Lacquer in African Violet. “It’s the most gorgeous purple nail shade, ever,” he says.
M.A.C. Blot Powder Pressed in Dark
Dolce & Gabbana Glam Liner Intense Liquid Eyeliner
M.A.C. Antonio Lopez 6 Eyes: Violet
Votre Vu Arch de Triumphe Brow Definer
NARS Guy Bourdin Cinematic Lipstick in Full Frontal
Jouer Tint in Dahlia
Tom Ford Nail Lacquer in African Violet