Mickey Guyton made some serious history tonight, even before the red carpet rolled out for the start of the 63rd annual Grammy Awards. Not only was the 37-year-old Texas native nominated for her first Grammy, but she is the first Black solo female artist to be nominated in the country music category for her autobiographical hit, “Black Like Me.”
While Guyton didn’t end up winning tonight—”Although I didn’t win this Grammy, it truly is an honor and I will forever be a Grammy nominated artist. I love you guys,” she so graciously posted on Twitter—the whole day was a “dream,” celebrity makeup artist D’Andre Michael, who helped prep Guyton for the big night, shared exclusively with us.
“I named the look a ‘Smoked Dream’ and I was actually inspired by butterflies,” Michael says, sharing this full lineup of notes for the look:
1. Touche Eclat Blur Primer ($52)
2. Touche Eclat High Cover Radiant Concealer in 4 Sand and 4.5 Golden ($38)
3. Touche Eclat Le Teint Radiance Awakening Foundation in BR Cool Amber and B65 Bronze ($54)
4. Touche Eclat 3D All Over Glow in Universal ($48)
1. Couture Colour Clutch Palette in 1 Paris ($120) 6 used on inner corner of eyes, 8 blended into upper eyelid color and lash line, 10 used along brow bone
2. Sequin Crush in 4 Explosive Brown ($30) applied over entire eyelid and smoke under eyelashes
3. Dessin Du Regard Waterproof in 1 Noir Effronte ($30) applied along upper lash line
4. Dessin Du Regard Waterproof in Vert Irreverent ($30) applied to bottom lids
5. Mascara Volume Effet Faux Child in 1 Noir Densite ($29) applied over false eyelashes
1. Tatouage Couture Liquid Matte Lip Stain in 07 Nu Interdit in Medium Nude ($38) with Rouge Colupte Shine Lipstick Balm in 44 in Nude Lavalliere ($38) on top
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