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Olivia Rodrigo is a Glossier girl through and through. After wearing the brand for the American Music Awards in November 2021, she's back at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards with a full face of Glossier makeup products yet again.
For the 2022 Grammys, the inspiration for Rodrigo's makeup look was '90s supermodel with a touch of modern punk glam, according to her makeup artist, Lilly Keys. Rodrigo's dusty rose-toned makeup, complete with extra-sharp winged eyeliner, complements her black Vivienne Westwood dress with pink detailing.
To get the look, Keys started by prepping Rodrigo's skin with the Perfecting Skin Tint ($26) and the Stretch Concealer ($18). "After, I combined together Cloud Paint ($18) in both 'Beam' and 'Storm' and blended [them] onto the apples of the cheeks very lightly, using small circular motions with a fluffy brush," Keys tells POPSUGAR. Solar Paint ($20) was then applied as bronzer to Rodrigo's cheekbones, chin, and bridge of her nose.
"For highlighter, I'm obsessed with Futuredew ($24), which can also be used as a dewy, glowy moisturizer," Keys says. "I finished with Haloscope ($22) in 'Quartz' along the tops of the cheekbones, the tip of the nose, and just above the cupid's bow."
Keys created the lavender eye makeup moment using the "Mist" Monochromes Palette ($22) in the matte and two shimmer shades. "I then took the Pro Tip ($16) liner and used short strokes on the upper lash line, taking the liner and winging it out to a sharp point straight across and slightly upward into a dramatic but sharp cat flick."
To lean into the cat-eye look, she balanced it by drawing on the inner corners of Rodrigo's eyes with the liquid liner, too. The finishing touches were by way of the Lash Slick Mascara ($16) on the singer's top and bottom lashes and a combo of Boy Brow ($16) and Brow Flick ($18) to create a feathery brow.
Last but not least, "to get the lip look, I used Ultralip ($18) in 'Villa,' smudging the lipstick into the lips and smooshing just above the upper lip line with my fingers to give that just-kissed look, and finished off with Balm Dotcom ($16) in 'Cookie Butter.'"