The singer set pulses racing wearing a sparkling Andres Sarda Swarovski-covered jumpsuit which put the new mom’s figure front and center. Halsey’s look had a dazzling black leather underwire and symmetrical cutouts on the hips revealing the star’s toned torso and tattoo collection.
Below the barely-there top, Halsey had on wild, flared pants with evoked flamenco-style flair. Diamond huggies and matching rings added a bit more glitz to the already dazzling look.
Going bold with their glam, the founder of AboutFace beauty, raked their dark hair back into a high ponytail. They played up their eyes with some colors from their own line, combining the eyeshadow shades No Queen Blues, New Karma, and White Noise with some shimmering Fractal Dust across the brow bone.
Halsey emphasized their already sharp cheekbones with the Light Lock Highlight Powder in the shade Ice Dusted, while tying things together with a brown pout featuring AboutFace’s Matte Fix Lip Pencil in the color Raw Kiss and the Light Lock Lipgloss in the shade Playdate. A sharp white manicure and tan lip completed the look.
The talent wasn’t the only one to make an impression on the red carpet. Also attending the event were Megan Thee Stallion, Avril Lavigne, and Dove Cameron. Olivia Rodrigo skipped the red carpet but was seen catching up with Halsey inside as the duo rocked out to Icon Award winner Jennifer Lopez’s performance together.
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Halsey’s bold red carpet appearance came after they teased what’s to come with on their next album. Taking to Instagram on Mar. 22, the Manic artist wrote, “Due to personal reasons I will be making a pop album.” They went on, “I have an incredible song that I could put out as a single for radio next but I feel like that’s insane to do bc I haven’t even toured iichliwp [‘If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power’] yet idk. I actually have a few. Idk what to dooooo.”
Halsey’s last album was significantly darker than her previous ventures. If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power featured a distinctly industrial influence, produced by none other than Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross of Nine Inch Nails.