Here ye, here ye: We are gathered here today, friends, to witness and learn the spectacular artistry of drag makeup from some of the best of the best in the biz. Alaska Thunderfuck, Trixie Mattel, and Monét x Change aka the winners of season two, season three, and season four of RuPaul’s All Stars Drag Race came to show us how it’s done, y’all.
Alaska kicked it all off with a very chic, sexy look. She first put on some bold contacts, glued down her brows, and color-corrected before applying foundation to her face. Then she added on the rest of the standard face makeup essentials: concealer, contour, and powder. For her eyes, she kept it simple with a bit of drama—some brown pigment in her crease with a smoked out winged liner. And of course she drew on some very sleek faux brows before finishing up with some bronzer, blush, a black-ish blue lip, and falsies!
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Trixie was next up to grace this Cosmo Queens special and wow did she bring it all to the table! She knows glueing down the brows first is the golden rule. After, she went in with her face beat, applying: foundation, contour, powder, and bronzer. Her eyes were the main event of the lewk that consisted of a thick winged liner and some brown and white shadows around her eyes to brighten them up. All that was left were her falsies, pink lip, wig, and ‘fit and she was set!
Last, but certainly not least, Monét x Change stepped up to the plate with a gorge black smokey eye. But before we got into the good stuff, she had to put on the face essentials! You know the drill: foundation, concealer, powder, and contour. And can’t leave out that nose snatch bb. As complex as her eye look may have seemed, it actually wasn’t! She used a black shadow, glitter, and black liner to accomplish the masterpiece. It was all complete once she added highlight, falsies, a glossy nude lippie, her beauty mark, and le ensemble.
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