Drugstore Products At The Grammys? Here's The FULL Scoop



It’s been a week since the Grammys, but here we are, STILL praising the flawless beats and manicures that donned the red carpet. As expected, MUAs understood the memo and used the most coveted formulas in the bizz to doll up our fave celebs. *Looks through list*, and that includes drugstore cuties! From Camila’s $9 liner to Doja’s $8 fluttery lashes, here are the impressive drugstore formulas that walked the red carpet.

1. Camila Cabello’s Drugstore Soft Glam

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Who does soft glam better than Ash K Holm? MUA to the stars, she obviously has access to expensive products, but that didn’t stop her from using L’Oréal Paris’ drugstore collection to create Camila’s soft monochromatic lewk.

Since makeup always starts with skincare, she used the Revitalift 12% Pure Vitamin C, E, Salicylic Acid Serum, $26, Up to 24H Pore Minimizer, $17, and Lumi Glotion Natural Glow Enhancer, $16, to hydrate and dewi-fy Camila’s skin.

As for the complexion, Holm played with the True Match line, including the Super-Blendable Foundation, $14, Eye Cream In A Concealer, $16, and the Super-Blendable Blush, $12. She paired the blush with the Infallible Grip, $9, for a stunning smokey eye, topping it off with the Telescopic Lift Washable Mascara, $15. She finished soft with a nude lip (very on brand for Holm, BTW) using the Colour Riche Intense Volume Matte Lipstick, $14, in the shade Le Nude Admirable.

2. Doja Cat’s Grungy Falsies

MUA Ernesto Casillas didn’t hold back when creating Doja’s punky look. If anything, he made Doja slay HARD with a glittery plum lip and dramatic inner corners. But let’s be honest; those sky-high lashes are the real show-stopper. It’s KISS’ Lash Couture The Muses Collection, $8, in the style Sire – thank us later.

Fun fact: everyone lurrrves KISS’ falsies, including Heidi Klum and Megan Fox. Klum used the Lash Couture The Muses Collection False Eyelashes, $8, in style Noblesse, while Fox used My Lash But Better False Eyelashes Multipack, $12, in style Bare Affair, that night.

3. Cardi B’s Wavy Lashes & Gorg Glow 

Trust us, zoom in to appreciate MUA Erika La’ Pearl‘s talent here. You’ll obsess over the graphic blue winged liner, but give it time, and you’ll immediately want to stock up on the fluttery lashes used as well: iENVY by KISS’s Real Fluffy 01, $5. BTW, you’re not imagining that insane glow – Pearl used SOL By Jergens’ Sunless Tanning Water Mousse, $20, in Deep Tan, to give Cardi a gawdess glow.

4. Lizzo’s 3D Flower Nails

Orange you glad Lizzo’s nail artist, Eri Ishizu, used drugstore polishes for her 3D manicure? We sure are. She elaborates, “We decided to have a vibrant monochromatic look that evokes a spring awakening. Spring is a time of change, reinvention, and color, and with this bright, bold, and beautiful outfit, I wanted to create statement nails. I used the shade “OPI Silicon Valley Girl” [$14] from OPI’s new Me, Myself and OPI collection to inspire the same feelings, similar to her dress. We matched the florals on the dress to create springtime 3D nails.” #Obsessed.

5. Bebe Rexha’s Shaped Brows & Wispy Lashes

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It’s not surprising that MUA Dianashin used Tweezerman’s collection to perfect Bebe Rexha’s brows and lashes. She first brushed up her brows using Brow & Lash Brush for Brows and Lashes, $8, before curling her natural lashes with the Curl 38 Degree Eyelash Curler, $20. Next, she used the Brow Shaping Scissors & Brush, $21, to customize Rexha’s falsies before finally applying them with the Classic Slant Tweezer, $24. Stun-stun-STUNNING.

Tried any of these drugstore formulas before? Let us know in the comments below!

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