This Is the Exact Shade of Selena Gomez’s Lip Gloss in the “Fetish” Video
ICYMI, Selena Gomez’s new song “Fetish” came out yesterday, and it’s already generating plenty of buzz on social media. Not only are fans loving the song, but they’ve gone absolutely gaga for the video teaser (which is essentially three full minutes of the pop star’s mouth, up close and personal) thanks to her flawless glossy nude lips.
Luckily, her makeup artist, Hung Vanngo, was happy to share the deets on how he created her uber-dewy look. “So many people have been asking about Selena’s makeup, and the official video isn’t even out yet!” he wrote on his Instagram page.
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Wow, so excited that FETISH just came out today and is already topping the charts! So proud of you @selenagomez. ❤️❤️ So many people have been asking about Selena's makeup, and the official video isn't even out yet! 😛 So here you go! Basically it's almost no makeup, just a couple drops of Dew Drops Coconut Gel Highlighter mixed with moisturizer. Her faux freckles are "(Earth)quake" Matte Highliner Gel Eye Crayon Eyeliner, and she's wearing a soft peach Enamored Hi-Shine Lip Lacquer called "French Tickler", all from @marcbeauty. ⭐️⚡️💄❤️
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According to the beauty guru, he used Marc Jacobs Beauty Enamored Hi-Shine Lip Lacquer Lipgloss in French Tickler ($28) to achieve the sheen. The $28 gloss has triple shine with a shimmer finish that creates a plumped lip effect and, according to the product description, “gives unstoppable wear” for long-lasting color.
To finish off the look, Vanngo simply combined “…a couple drops of Marc Jacobs Dew Drops Coconut Gel Highlighter” ($44) with moisturizer to create her envy-inducing highlight, along with Marc Jacobs Matte Gel Eye Cream Eyeliner in (Earth)quake ($25) to give her some adorable faux freckles.
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(h/t Cosmopolitan; Photos via Cindy Ord/Getty)