Caitlin Clark Wore a Brand-New Glossier Product to the WNBA Draft

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At just 22 years old, Caitlin Clark is no stranger to setting records and breaking boundaries. Regarded as one of the greatest collegiate basketball players of all time, holding the record as the NCAA Division I’s all-time highest scoring player in addition to her two national player of the year accolades throughout her time with the Iowa Hawkeyes. While Clark made absolute history playing college basketball and did wonders for the viewership of women’s collegiate basketball over the last four years, yesterday marked the beginning of a new journey for the Iowa native: the start of her WNBA career.

As the first overall pick for the 2024 WNBA draft, Clark is a officially a member of the Indiana Fever. While fans were eagerly awaiting the news of where Clark would land, she was making history in the world of fashion and beauty, too, as the first player—man or woman—to be dressed by Prada for the draft and even sporting a brand new product from this beloved skin-care and makeup brand.

Caitlin Clark’s Goes Glossier for the WNBA Draft

While we’re used to seeing Clark with her hair up, makeup-free and sporting a jersey, the former Iowa player turned heads last night, showing up to the draft in a head-to-toe Prada ensemble, complimented by her silky, chest-skimming strands and subtle glam. As it turns out, Clark partnered with Glossier for the night, so it’s no surprise that her look was effortlessly dewy, radiant and bright.

It wouldn’t be a night in true Caitlin Clark fashion if she wasn’t doing something legendary, even with her makeup, and as it turns out, the Indiana Fever star debuted a then-unreleased Glossier product as part of her look for the big night. As part of her skin prep for the night, makeup artist Raisa Flowers used Glossier’s Invisible Shield SPF 50 ($32) which launched just this morning, in addition to the brand’s Full Orbit Entire-Eye Brightening Cream ($28) and Priming Moisturizer ($26).

In terms of the makeup look itself, Flowers told Coveteur that she had to make a last-minute switch to her plan after finding out about Clark’s all-white Prada look. “If she was going to wear the original look, [the makeup] would’ve been darker and deeper,” Flowers told the outlet, “So I tried to give her something that was minimal, fresh, dewy, but just with a little pop [of color].” To create the minimal just bright look, Flowers opted for Glossier staples like the Stretch Fluid Foundation ($34), Cloud Paint ($22) in shades Soar and Puff, Boy Brow ($20) in Dark Brown and Monochromes Essential Eyeshadow Trio Palette ($22) in Jute.

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