And the winner by unanimous decision was Beyoncé Knowles-Carter! The ‘fight of the century’ between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao on May 2 left viewers somewhat disappointed. But you know who never disappoints? Beyoncé, who showed up with a knockout beauty look of caramel curls, a soft smokey eye, and bronzed cleavage she put on full display.
Beyoncé, 33, joined husband Jay-Z and a slew of other celebs ringside at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas on May 2 for the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight. Dressed in a figure-fitting, custom-made red jumpsuit complete with a cape and plunging neckline, Beyoncé’s look was more exciting than the fight itself. Read on to see how you can copy Beyoncé, and look your best in your skin-baring summer tops.
Beyoncé’s Bronzed Cleavage At Mayweather Vs. Pacquiao Fight
Queen Bey posted this full-length picture of her show-stopping outfit to her Instagram, and we couldn’t help but notice her strategic highlighted and contoured cleavage.
Even if you don’t plan to show quite as much skin as Beyoncé you can copy her cleavage-enhancing trick for any v-neck top you wear this summer. Using a bronzer-highlighter duo like Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze & Glow Palette, use a blush brush to swipe the bronzer in a ‘Y’ shape along the natural line of your cleavage to create the illusion of a fuller chest. Brush the highlighter along the upper half and chestbone, blending in to make your cleavage really pop.
Beyoncé’s ‘Bronde’ Curls
Beyoncé’s mix of all over blonde and brunette color, which her hairstylist Rita Hazan refers to as ‘bronde,’ was styled into long, defined curls that really made the caramel color stand out. To copy her look, use a one-inch curling iron on second-day hair, or freshly washed hair that has been blow dried with a volumizing mousse. Make sure to curl the hair away from the face, and set with L’Oréal Paris Elnett Strong Hold Satin Hairspray for curls that stay put through a 12 round boxing match.
What did you think of Beyonce’s fight night look? Are you even surprised she upstaged the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight?
— Marissa DeSantis