Blake Lively’s Met Gala Makeup Artist Revealed the Products He Uses and They’re So Normal

The 2022 Met Gala brought so many stunning looks and co-host Blake Lively was definitely one of the best dressed of the night.

The theme for the Monday, May 2, event was “Gilded Glamour,” which Lively embodied in two jaw-dropping gowns, and her makeup also reflected the theme.

Lively’s makeup artist, Kristofer Buckle, took to Instagram to share the makeup he used for the star’s shimmering and shiny red carpet look and said he used Charlotte Tilbury products for the obtain.

For facials, he used Charlotte’s Magic Cream, Magic Serum Crystal Elixir, Magic Eye Rescue and Collagen Superfusion Facial Oil.

Prices for these products range from around $75 to $100, and while they’re not necessarily cheap, they’re not the hundreds or thousands of dollars you might expect from a celebrity routine!

As for his actual makeup, some of the products he used were Airbrush Flawless Primer, which is $55 at Sephora, Eyes to Mesmerise in Chocolate Bronze, which is $39, Matte Revolution Lipstick in Sexy Sienna , which is $40, and Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes! Mascara, which costs $36 for a large size or $18 for a mini.

Along with her “golden” makeup look, Lively’s Atelier Versace gown stunned people, including her husband Ryan Reynolds.

Lively initially wore a copper rose dress with a matching crown and gloves, but flipped the script midway through the red carpet.

A group of people released the bustle of her dress, which revealed a light blue skirt with a gorgeous train.

It’s unclear if Reynolds knew the dress transformation was going to happen, but either way, he watched his wife in awe as she went through her wardrobe change.

“Blake changing her outfit in a split second on the red carpet was a moment I will never forget,” he wrote on Instagram.

Reynolds himself also looked handsome for the event in a Ralph Lauren tuxedo and other Canadians like Winnie Harlow and Shawn Mendes brought greater Canadian representation to the prestigious event.

The cover image of this article was used for illustrative purposes only.

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