Gigi Hadid is everywhere these days and rightfully so, she is the newest "it" girl in the modelling world. Photos keep popping up from NYFW to PWF or the latest magazine covers she has graced. One thing they all have in common, her beauty looks are flawless. The makeup artists behind these looks are amazing! Since I can't pick their brains on what they used, I thought it would be fun to do a few product picks of my own that would create similar makeup looks to the ones Gigi has rocked in the past.
Nude Eye & Pale Pink Lips
What To Use
This soft look is all about blending! Apply a light brown shadow all over your lid then gradually blend upwards into and above the crease. Use this same shadow and technique under the eye by first smudging the shadow at the lash line then blending downwards. Take a slightly darker brown to darken the outer corner of the eye, along the upper and lower lash line. Apply foundation, concealer, then contour the cheek bones. Don't forget to fill in your brows for this bold brow look. Finish with a pale pink Lipstick.
Bold Lips & Feathery Lashes
What To Use
Use a shimmery golden shadow all over the lid and into the crease. Take a chocolate brown liner or cream shadow and line the eyes. Smudge out the liner for a smoky look but keep the focus at the lash line. Make sure to curl your lashes before applying your fake lash. I like to let the glue dry for a few minutes then apply mascara. Apply a waterproof lipliner then your lipstick. Use a lip brush for more control. Use a bit of concealer on a pointed concealer brush to touch up any mistakes or smudges around the lip line.
Glowing Skin & Winged Eyeliner
What To Use
This might just be my favourite look! I love a clean eye with winged eyeliner. First, use a soft pink or peach eyeshadow all over the eyelid. Take a light matte taupe shadow and blend into the crease to give the eye a bit of definition. Next use a highlighter under the brow bone and inner corner of the eye. To brighten the eye, line your lower water line with a nude pencil. Next is the winged eyeliner. Start with your feline flick at the outer corner of the eye, then line inwards. Use a lightweight foundation, soft pink shimmery blush and finish with a spritz of primer water for a dewy look. Pair this with a baby pink lipstick or gloss.
Katie is a makeup artist based in Vancouver BC, represented by Lizbell Agency. She has been in the Vancouver beauty scene for 10 years, and in love with makeup for most of her life. When she is not painting faces she writes for her blog and is a contributor for Fashion Magazine.