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The Exact Products Sarah Lahbati Used to Achieve This Peachy Gradient Look

Want to know how to cop that gradient lip?
The Exact Products Sarah Lahbati Used to Achieve This Peachy Gradient Look
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Want to know how to cop that gradient lip?

Matching your makeup with your outfit is a quick trick for a full monochrome moment. That said, there's absolutely no harm in picking an unexpected color combo for a look that truly pops.

Take Sarah Lahbati in this Boom Sason number, for one. One would expect her to go for a clean emerald eye or some graphic eyeliner, but her makeup artist Anthea Bueno had something else in mind. "I was thinking of a warm makeup look [to complement] her green dress," Anthea tells Preview. "Then I thought, 'Why not amp it up with orange?'"

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And amp it up she did, creating this peach-toned glam with gradient eyes and lips. Gorgeous!

On the eyes, the makeup artist applied a lipstick by Laura Mercier to create a matte base, and then used peach, orange, and gold shades from the Natasha Denona Sunset palette to achieve the two-toned look.

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PHOTO BY Laura Mercier, Sephora

LAURA MERCIER Velour Extreme Matte Lipstick in On Point, P1450, Glorietta 3; NATASHA DENONA Sunset Eyeshadow Palette, P7320, Sephora.ph

Her lip color had the same gradient effect, too! Anthea shares that she did it by applying a light peach color from Sunnies Face all over the lips first, blending it out so there aren't any visible lines. On top, she swiped on a deep terracotta shade to add dimension to Sarah's pout.

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PHOTO BY Lazada

SUNNIES FACE Lip Dip in Peachy Kinda, P345, Lazada; Lip Dip in Terracotta, P345, Lazada

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