At the photocall to present the ceremony next Sunday, the “High School Musical” star shows off the perfect makeup with liquid hair: in black and white 60s.
At the dawn of the MTV Movie and TV Awards, Vanessa Hudgens presents the “Golden Popcorn” event with a modern 60s eye make-up: minimalist and black and white. With optical eyeliner the absolute protagonist.
Vanessa Hudgens: the beauty look with graphic eyeliner
After the long wave of bright and glittery make-up in Euphoria style, she returns to minimalism but always with a modern twist. This is demonstrated by the beauty look of the American singer and actress, who will host the MTV Movie & Tv Awards on the night between 5 and 6 June 2022.
At the presentation photocall of the evening (in which Chris Evans and Sydney Sweeney will be present to deliver the “Golden Popcorn”, as well as some actors from “Stranger Things”) the star of “High School Musical” presented himself with a ultra refined makeup. Where the protagonist is her favorite eye make-up: made with graphic eyeliner.
Eye makeup in black & white
With ultra-smooth liquid hair and a Kim Kardashian-style parting in the middle, the 33-year-old actress chooses an optical eye make-up with 60s vibes revisited in a modern and understated way.
Last year the multicolored graphics in neon and pastel shades were used. Now the trendy eyeliner is in deep black and is combined with the iridescent white eyeshadow. A game of soft and elegant contrasts, perfect for formal daytime appointments. But with the addition of black false eyelashes, it also lends itself to red carpet flashes.
The trendy lipstick: glossy and natural
The beauty look is completed with a puff of bronze and orange blush on the cheekbones and with the lipstick in the hottest shade of the moment: super shiny and in a point of pink close to the complexion.
A natural gloss defined by the lip pencil in a darker tone, which dispels banality and deja vu in the combination with long pointed nails painted with metallic black nail polish.
Author: Michael Zippo
Sources: VanityFair, IO Donna