Last night, Becky G attended the American Music Awards and looked—as always—perfectly put together. From her cat eye to pink lips, her beauty game was 100% on point and—the best part??—we know exactly how to cop her look for yourself.
We talked to makeup artist Tonya Brewer, who did Becky's makeup for the show, about the inspiration behind the #covermoment-worthy look and what exactly you need to get your liner like that.
The inspiration behind the look was Becky's "Can't Stop Dancin'" video, which should be in our lives and blasting from our computers any day now. To achieve Becky's gorgeous and glow-y skin, Tonya used COVERGIRL's truBLEND Liquid Makeup. Tonya explained that she and Becky are obsessed with the foundation because it's water based and—even better—it's "oil free, so no need to worry about it clogging your pores"
To brighten up under Becky's eyes, Tonya used COVERGIRL truBLEND Fixstick Concealer. Finally, to add a little extra ~glow~, she used COVERGIRL’s truBLEND Loose Powder Bronzer along Becky’s temples, cheek bones, and jawline.
To achieve Becky's flawless cat eye, Tonya used the new COVERGIRL Full Lash Bloom by LashBlast Premium Eyeshadow Quads in Notice Me Nudes. Once the shadow was applied, she applied a thick black winged out liner using the new COVERGIRL Bombshell Pow-der Brow and Liner.
To get those long—so long!—lashes, Tonya used the new COVERGIRL Full Lash Bloom by LashBlast Mascara. Something unusual about the mascara, Tonya told us, is that the mascara left Becky's lashes "touchably soft throughout the evening," so she was able to apply multiple coats throughout the night without the lashes flaking. Sign me up, please.
The last step in Becky's AMA look was that bold lip. Tonya used COVERGIRL Colorlicious Lipstick in Enchantress Blush for the bright pop of pink. On top of that she added Lip Lava in Look It’s Lava! for a touch of shine. She said, "This gloss has just the right amount of shine, so not only did it look amazing on stage but it photographed beautifully on Becky.”
While Becky is lucky enough to experiment with the new COVERGIRL products early, the rest of us will have to wait just a little longer to get our hands on 'em—they'll be in stores in December!