The corner of nineties supermodel and “modern punk glam” was the inspiration for Olivia Rodrigo’s Grammys look, says celebrity makeup artist Lilly Keys. “For this we looked for dusty rose stained lips, dramatic sharp liner and glowing skin,” she says, noting Glossier was used to bring the Grammy-winner’s vision to life.
Keys prepped Rodrigo’s skin with Glossier’s Perfecting Skin Tint and Stretch Concealer before combining Cloud Paint in Beam and Storm. “I blended it onto the apples of the cheeks very lightly, using small circular motions with a fluffy brush, adding a tiny bit to the bridge of the nose for that sun-kissed, healthy glow,” she says. Keys then took a cream bronzer brush and applied Solar Paint along the cheekbones, the bridge of the nose, “and a tiny dusting on the chin to balance the face.”
Keys says she’s “obsessed” with Futuredew for highlighter, “which can also be used as a dewy, glowy moisturizer, which I added to the high points of the face.” She finished with Haloscope in Quartz along the tops of the cheekbones, the tip of the nose and just above the cupids bow “for glowy, dewy skin.”
For Rodrigo’s lavender lid, Keys started with the matte shadow from the Monochromes palette in Mist, “concentrating the color on the outer corners of the upper eyelid and blending outwards. I followed with the two shimmery shadows in the palette and blended in the center of the lid.”
She then used the Pro Tip liner in short strokes on the upper lash line, “taking the liner and wing it out to a sharp point straight across, and slightly upwards, into a dramatic but sharp cat flick. I finished the eye look Lash Slick, coating the lashes upwards, giving a feathery fluffy lash vibe on both upper and lower lashes.” Keys brushed up Rodrigo’s brows with Boy Brow and filled in any gaps with Brow Flick.
Keys smudged Ultralip in Villa into Rodrigo’s lips, “smooshing just above the upper lip line with my fingers to give that just-kissed look,” and finished off with Balm Dotcom in Cookie Butter “for gorgeous-smelling lips.”