To achieve the Dirty Computer singer's flawless complexion, makeup artist Jessica Smalls used Dermaflash 2.0 Luxe, a dermaplaning device, and Marc Jacobs products to make her look "divine."
"When I heard the theme for the evening, I automatically leaned into the idea of the occult and the dark arts," makeup artist Fiona Stiles said. To achieve the romantic look, she used Lancôme Color Design Eyeshadow in Smokey Brown and Volcano.
The star's curly tresses and her halo are a perfect match.
The actress' makeup is summer goals.
The star's heavenly glow is real, thanks to Mario Dedivanovic. To start, he prepped with Kiehl's Glow Formula and then used Charlotte Tilbury Flawless Filter for dewy skin.
The Black-ish star looks like a Dream Girl with her '60s-inspired voluminous bob.
The star's natural waves and headdress paired to the chainmail dress is actually perfection. To achieve her look, hairstylist Chad Wood used Kenra Platinum Dry Texture Spray and Volume Spray 25.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star and her longtime makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic added a dark smoky eye with the KKW x Mario 10 Pan Eyeshadow Palette.
Makeup artist Erika La'Pearl used Marc Jacobs Beauty to perfect the star's angelic glow.
The Insecure star's braids, courtesy of Felicia Leatherwood, are heavenly.
Fun fact: The Homeland actress' golden beauty was inspired by Lucrezia Borgia: "She was beautiful, manipulative and cunning the way she worked the men in her life," makeup artist Marin said, after using Révive skin-care products. "One portrait by Bartolomeo Veneziano is in fact the inspiration for this makeup."