5 Celebrities Wore Glossier’s Brand-New Product to the Oscars
By Danielle Fontana , Digital Editor |
Glossier has been our go-to for second-skin makeup since its inception, but its latest launch is the first to stray away from the “no makeup” makeup look it's known for. The cool-girl brand launched its creamy cheek color, Cloud Paint, at last year’s Academy Awards, and they’re back at it this year. Making its debut tonight on the Oscars’ red carpet, Lidstar ($30 for two) is a “glistening eye glow” that delivers a holographic-like sheen (read: replaces a handful of messy eye shadows) in a single swipe.
First seen on Beyoncé at the Grammys (but with no confirmation on the product name; we now know she was wearing shade Fawn), a handful of celebrities are now crediting their award-show glam to the brand-new product. After seeing swatches of the first gorgeous shades—Lily, Moon, Slip, Cub, Fawn and Herb—we can’t think of a better place to start.
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Below, the liquid shadow, which features a convenient wand for precise application, in action on some of Hollywood's biggest names right now.
The I, Tonya star stunned in a blend of shades Moon and Fawn. Layers on layers of L’Oréal Carbon Black Voluminous Mascara ($7) and Make Up For Ever Cream Liner ($23) finished off the look.
The Ladybird actress added a hint of sparkle to her lids with the new launch. "That new Lidstar is soooo good," her makeup artist, Jenn Streicher, writes.
Taraji P. Henson
Celebrity makeup artist Ashunta Sherrif combined Lidstar in Fawn and Cloud Paint in Haze to give Henson the "sultry pop" her old-Hollywood look called for.
To match the sparkle in Hayek's dress, celebrity makeup artist Matthew Vanleeuwen applied Lidstar in shade Slip.
Her traditional Eritrean gown—she wore it in honor of her late father—isn't the only thing turning heads tonight. Dionne Wynn, the comedian's makeup artist, opted for shades Herb and Moon, along with Glossier's hero Boy Brow in clear to keep her brows in shape.