Rosalía is rising fast not only in the music world, but in the beauty one as well.
At the 62nd annual Grammys in Los Angeles, the singer took home her first gramophone trophy for best Latin rock, urban or alternative album category for El Mal Querer. Throughout the awards ceremony, her skin glowed on the red carpet and onstage when she performed her new single “Juro Qué”.
The secret to Rosalía’s flawless skin? Makeup artist Ariel Tejada took to his Instagram stories to share her behind-the-scenes prep, which includes…drumroll please…the Epicuren Colostrum Luminous Glow Cream ($84).
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“I’m giving you guys all my secrets!!” Tejada wrote. “This luminous glow cream before makeup is key to glowy and healthy complexion. Epicuren really did that.” The lightweight product promises to hydrate and moisturize the skin to give it that fresh, dewy look. It’s packed with key ingredients including, yes, colostrum, which helps the skin regenerate nutrients. There’s also aloe vera which speeds up healing and anti-inflammatory witch hazel.
The multi-beneficial face cream works for skin types ranging from normal, dry to combination. Tejada followed by painting Rosalía’s face with makeup by MAC and Gossamer lashes by Lashify ($20-$25).
Oh, and another step that’s not-to-be-missed: Tejada showed his love for Epicuren’s Kukui Coconut After Bath Moisturizer ($14.50), which just so happens to be a NewBeauty Award Winner. “If y’all haven’t tried this body moisturizer yet, you are missing out on a delicious coconut scent and an amazing healthy glossy-like glow to your skin,” he wrote. “I know it says “After Bath” but I like it as a body glow with the benefits of intense hydration.”
Now, if only Rosalía’s diamond-embellished nails were as practical to achieve…