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You Will Love Zendaya Even More When You Find Out Who Did Her Red Carpet Makeup
The trendsetter ditched her glam squad in favor of drugstore products.
When it comes to major red carpet events, celebs usually rely on their glam squads to help prep them for their big appearance. But, Zendaya took matters into her own hands this past Sunday.
Instead of calling for backup, the CoverGirl ambassador created her very own makeup look for the 2017 Teen Choice Awards. For the special occasion, the actress created a stunning bronzed look that showed off her beauty skills.
Best of all, none of the products Zendaya used cost over $12, making her look affordable and easy to recreate at home. The actress achieved a flawless base using COVERGIRL Vitalist Healthy Elixir Foundation in Classic Tan. For her copper smoky eye, Zendaya used COVERGIRL truNakeds Eyeshadow Palette in Goldens, and topped with COVERGIRL Perfect Point Plus Eyeliner and COVERGIRL Total Tease Mascara in Very Black. To complete the look, she lined her lips with COVERGIRL Farewell Feathering Lip Liner in Clear and filled them with COVERGIRL Melting Pout Liquid Lipstick in Gel-Ful. And we can't forget about those fierce brows, which she groomed with the COVERGIRL Easy Breezy Brow Powder Kit in Rich Brown.
While Zendaya had a handle on her makeup, celebrity hairstylist Tymothe Wallace, for Dove Hair, created a fun vintage-inspired look to go with the stunner’s effortlessly cool striped ensemble. “For tonight’s look on Zendaya, I channeled my favorite era, the ‘70s, and drew inspiration from the most glamourous icons of that time. The vintage look Zendaya is wearing tonight is the perfect play on bouncy curls and shaggy layers," he said in a press release.
This isn't the first time Zendaya has created her own makeup look for a red carpet event. In fact, she often does her own makeup for appearances, including her look for the 2016 Grammys. Could this triple-threat be any more relatable?