Victoria went a little ‘goth glam’ for a recent photo shoot. Her makeup artist Lusine Galadjian spilled the exact how-to only to HollywoodLife.com — get the look below!
Victoria Justice, 21, posted a selfie of this dramatic makeup look on Feb. 2 and we were obsessed with getting the details! See the exact products used on Victoria below and tell us if you love this smoldering makeup!
Victoria Justice’s Makeup — Dark Lips & Smokey Eyes Tutorial
This look reminds us just how fun makeup can be! We love the dramatic nature, and cool-girl vibe. It looks so amazing on Vic! Here is the exact how to, straight from Victoria’s makeup artist Lusine:
“I filled in the brows using a brown powder (medium brown from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Pro Palette) with an angled, synthetic brush.
I then prepped the eyes with a primer — Too Faced Cosmetics Shadow Insurance.
I placed a dark cream shadow on the lid and blended that up to the crease using a synthetic dome brush.
I then set the cream with a black shadow (Noir from the Anastasia Beverly Hills) and blended the shadow using a natural hair dome brush.
Then, using a clean, natural hair crease brush, I blended the edges of the black with a warmer color (Fawn) and placed a highlight color (Truffle, a shimmer) at the inner corners of the eyes for a little pop.
I then lined the top and bottom of the inner eye rim with Frankie Rose Cosmetics’ Infinity Eye Pencil in Black and blended the liner super close to the lash line using a small flat dome shaped brush.
I then strategically placed individual lashes in the top lash line and put on 2 coats of L’Oreal Telescopic Mascara.
For the face, I used NARS Sheer Glow Foundation in Stromboli and NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer in Honey under the eyes and blended them well using a beautyblender and set that with a translucent powder.
I then lightly contoured her where appropriate using the Anastasia Contour Palette and highlighted the cheekbones. I used a minimal amount of blush (Girlactik Star Blush in Naples) on the apples of the cheeks and blended it up and out.”
Victoria Justice’s Dark Lipstick
Lusine tells us:
“I lined her lips using a dark lip pencil (Night Moth by MAC) and filled them all the way in and then topped it with Tom Ford’s lipstick in Black Orchid.”
So stunning! It’s perfect for a Saturday girl’s night out or, if you’re daring, Valentine’s Day with your man!
Will you try to copy this makeup look with these expert tips from Lusine? Let me know in the comments!
— Dory Larrabee-Zayas