Vanessa Hudgens made her Broadway debut on April 8 in ‘Gigi.’ After the opening night show, the actress attended the after party with a dramatic beauty look, sporting a slick bob and dark smokey eyes and lips.
Vanessa Hudgens, 26, attended the opening night after-party celebration of the Broadway revival (and also her Broadway debut) of Gigi. To celebrate her big debut at the Neil Simon Theater in New York on April 8, Vanessa wore a strapless print gown and dark, heavy makeup, which was a stark contrast to her curtain call beauty look. Read about how to copy her look right here!
Vanessa Hudgens’ Beauty For ‘Gigi’ — Gorgeous For Broadway Debut
Before taking the stage as Gigi in her first Broadway appearance, Vanessa shared this photo on Instagram, with the sweet caption: “I can’t believe tonight is the opening for @gigionbroadway!!! My first opening! I don’t know what to do with myself. I’m so excited my heart might explode. What an amazing journey this is. #SOBLESSED”
To celebrate opening night, Vanessa wore her bob in a slick straight style with side part. While we usually expect to see heavy makeup for the stage and a more natural look after the show, Vanessa switched it up when she appeared with more natural hair and minimal makeup for her curtain call and an all-out glam look for the after party later that night.
Vanessa Hudgens’ Smokey Eyes & Vampy Lips
To get her signature smokey eye, line your eyes with a black liner like Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Perversion, then smudge a shadow pencil like Maybelline Eye Studio Master Smoky Longwearing Shadow Pencil in Black Smoke on the upper lid only.
Vanessa used a silvery liner like Sephora Collection Nano Eyeliner in Precious Silver underneath to highlight. Get mile-long lashes with lots of black mascara like Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara.
For her glossy burgundy lip, try Stila Stay All Day Vinyl Lip Gloss in Merlot Vinyl for a long lasting, rich shade with a shine finish.
What did you think of Vanessa’s vampy look? Will you be catching her Broadway show, HollywoodLifers?
— Marissa DeSantis