Recreate Beyonce's Diva Make Up Look
Recreate Beyonce's diva makeup for dramatic eyes and glowing skin for a celebrity look anytime.
Hi, I'm Sergio and today I'm going to show you how to do a very glamorous and beautiful red carpet look. We're going to get our inspiration from Beyonce.
Begin by choosing a concealer that is slightly lighter than your skin. I'm using it right now as a primer for the eyeshadow because we're going to do a very glamorous, very dark, very smoky eye. Once I do the smoky eye, I'm going to clean underneath the eye and do the rest of the makeup. But for now, I'm just focusing on the eye. Once you're done prepping the eyelids, you can just dust them lightly with your average face powder. In this case, I'm using something a little on the yellow side. And now that we are all primed and set, we have a beautiful clean canvas; we're going to get to work on the smoky eye.
First I want to start with a deep blue pencil that I'm going to just rub in an upward motion from the root of the lash, up. I'm not trying to be careful, I can be messy right now and can get even messier in a little bit and then I'll clean it up. So for the smoky color, the primary color I've used is a fun dark sparkly navy shadow. I'm going to start by breaking that pencil line I just did by blending out. I want to blend it out in a way so I don't see the line. Using a long haired brush, that deposits a little bit less product than the short brush, I go over the whole thing again. This breaks the edges of the blue and blends them into the bronze.
I'm going to bring the extended corner from the top lid to the bottom lid and connect them using the same color shadow. I'm not worried about how clean this looks; I'm being very messy and will clean it up after. I haven't done any of the other makeup. When you're doing really messy eye makeup, I suggest you start with it and move on to the rest of the face afterwards.
Now we put mascara on both eyes, I like turning the mascara wand to help run the lashes from the top to the bottom and reverse. This seems to coat the entire lash. And now we're going to use concealer, just a little bit lighter than her natural skin color, and I'm just going to do two half circles right underneath her eye. This is going to be her highlight. Now I use a little bit of that concealer if there are any dark spots around the lips just to diminish them. That's going to give the lip a much cleaner look in the end.
I'm going to give her face some more definition just by using a darker shade foundation, using it like a contour cream basically. This is going to give her face a three dimensional, beautifully polished look. You can make this look really natural; you just have to blend it. You're going to create dimension with just the difference in shade between the concealer, foundation, and darker foundation. I like to use a bright, peachy cream for the apple. It reads really subtle, giving you that healthy glow. But, I do want to add a little metallic cream. It dresses up the makeup.
I want to leave the accents I just put in with the metallic cream, so I leave that unpowdered. The creams and the shimmer are going to make the skin really glow.
I want the finished look for this lip to be a neutral, nude lip. I'm going to use a couple colors of pencil, then one or two colors of gloss or lipstick. Now that I've used this color all over, I'm going to use a more chocolate color on the outer corners to shade the lip. I use a nude color lip gloss all over. I'm just finishing this off with a sparkly lip gloss on the center of the lip. And this look is complete!
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