Every time Glossier releases a product, the beauty world loses it. Now, celebrities have jumped on the cult brand’s bandwagon. Ten celebrities wore Glossier’s new, not-yet-released cream blush on the Oscars red carpet, and we can’t wait to get our hands on it.
The blush, available in four universally flattering shades, sells for less than $25 and gets released on March 2. And if Glossier’s previous product launches are any indication, this blush is going to go fast — these easy to apply and addictive products have a tendency to sell out.
Celebrities incorporated the affordable new formula into their ultra-glam Oscars looks. Chrissy Teigen’s “goddess moment” has gold undertones, in honor of the Oscars. Makeup artist Mary Phillips kept the look “soft, sexy, bronze.” She wanted Chrissy to look “vibrant, fresh, and sexy.”
Phillips used Glossier’s Cloud Paint Blush in Dusk as a base, layering it with Beam “to make it more 3-D.” The shades give a “natural flush” and the formula is “supercreamy but liquid at the same time, and can dry like a tint or a stain.”
Taraji P. Henson also had her face painted with Cloud Paint. Makeup artist Ashunta Sheriff completed Henson’s “very glamorous and Jessica Rabbit sexy” look with a glowing contour and highlight, then painted on Glossier’s blush in Dusk with a flat foundation brush.
“My philosophy is makeup should enhance your natural beauty and balance out skin imperfections. I do not believe makeup should wear you or alter your face completely,” said Sheriff in a statement. “I’m not a naturalist but I am all for enhancing natural beauty not masking and rebuilding a new face.” The makeup artist let Taraji’s natural glow show through and used Glossier to enhance the warm tones in her skin.
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