Behold Selena Gomez’s makeup routine! The Rare Beauty mogul has dropped the dreamiest ‘simple’ makeup tutorial on TikTok, debuting all her fave products from her makeup line and even the old-school mascara hack she uses to create her iconic 60s lashes.
The new video, which the Lose You To Love Me singer posted to her own TikTok account, featured all the Rare Beauty greats—from the adorable compact blushes to the new tinted moisturizer—all of which she used to create her everyday ‘simple quick look.’
But it was her elevated retro eye look that caught all of our attention—and we’re completely mesmerized by how she did it.
Selena Gomez's makeup lash hack
We all have our favorite way to do our lashes but often our little lower lashes get forgotten—not on Selena’s watch, however! The singer is bringing the 60s feathered lash look back, by using the oldest trick in the book—we’re definitely adding this one to the like of TikTok’s best beauty hacks.
To recreate Selena's look, all you need to do is coat the tips of your tweezers with mascara and pinch a small clump of your lower lashes together, gently pressing them together and into a point. It may take a few attempts, but once you get it—voilà—you have Selena’s fave lash look!
Rare Beauty Perfect Strokes Universal Volumizing Mascara
This mascara has an easy to build formula that's not too wet nor too dry. It promises to volumize and define without making your lashes look clumpy. The brush is also curved for easy application!
Tweezerman Slant Tweezer
Ideal precision tweezers, even if you don't want to recreate Selena's look everyone needs a pair in their bathroom cabinet!
For those who don’t know, this style of spikey bottom lashes was made popular by the likes of fashion designer Mary Quant (who literally invented the miniskirt) and 60s icon and model Twiggy. See below...
Nowadays you can find false lashes that can give you this look but as Selena shows—you really only need tweezers, your favorite mascara and nerves of steel.
Acting as the best form of advertisement for her products, Selena also created a perfect glowy and bronzy base using the following bits from her collection.
Rare Beauty Positive Light Tinted Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SPF 20 Sunscreen
This tinted moisturizer comes is available in 26 shades and is designed to be 'no-makeup makeup in a bottle.'
It's easy to blend on and is very comfortable to wear as it's a 'breathable' tint that moisturizes your skin while also providing an instant blurring effect, leaving you with a radiant but natural finish.
It has built-in Broad Spectrum SPF 20 sunscreen and Vitamin E but is never sticky or greasy.
Rare Beauty Stay Vulnerable Melting Blush
This dreamy blush come in five shades and features a first-of-its-kind formula that combines pigments with a non-greasy blend of lightweight oils and spherical powders for a 'mistake-proof blush.'
It creates satin finish and blurring effect for a perfectly seamless blush look.
This look is definitely one that's going to make it into our routines.
Naomi is a trainee News Writer with the Women's Lifestyle team. She has a background in design, having studied Illustration at Plymouth University but has taken a leap into the world of journalism after always having a passion for writing. She currently writes pieces on fashion, wellbeing, and entertainment for GoodTo and My Imperfect Life and is training for an NCTJ Qualification.
Before working for Future Publishing’s Lifestyle News team, she worked in the Ad production team. Here she wrote and designed adverts on all sorts of things, which then went into print magazines across all genres. Now, when she isn’t writing articles on celebs, fashion trends, or the newest shows on Netflix, you can find her drinking copious cups of coffee, drawing and probably online shopping.
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