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Mega volume, doll-like lashes, and hair as high as the heavens. A fresh twist on 70s glamor—exaggerated volume and drama are married to the subtle edginess of a modernist approach. This look pays homage to the enduring influence of a beauty icon, none other than the original lash goddess, Diana Ross. In 1969, Ross took to the stage in golden sequins singing dreamily, detached, omnipotent and angelic: I’m gonna wash that man right out of my hair. A timeless fusion of delicate femininity and a splendorous personal power. A wild head of hair, adorned with flowers, lures us into a world of pure fantasy. Modeled by our muse Celine, this new beauty look captures the enduring influence of a leading lady, making it wearable with a little white tank and a fresh face. As for the rest? Lips: rosy, au natural, nearly bare.

Celine models the mantra that bigger is better in this look that walks the line between minimalist and maximalist makeup. Spiky yet fluttery lashes and a bronzed, fresh complexion meet up to deliver an ultra-feminine aura that mingles with a nostalgic touch of 70s-glam and long, electric nights filled with Latin music and dancing.

While we kept the rest of the look grounded with a neutral-tone lip and barely-there makeup, the main components of the look are versatile and can be mixed and matched, dressed up with a dark liner as day turns to night. The original lash goddess Diana Ross knew that layers of mascara and feathered falsies are just as immaculate when worn with heavier blush and a bold lip.

Or, try it our way: a juxtaposition of editorial and the casual everyday.


Our objective is to keep the skin gorgeous, but simple. A fresh, natural-looking complexion is the foundation for this beauty look. Start by hydrating the skin using MAC Cosmetics’ Strobe Cream in Pinklite and iS Clinical’s Youth Intensive Cream. Prioritize moisture and nourishment before beginning with the makeup application—since the focus for this look will be the eyes, we’ll be bringing a lot of attention to the face. Prepare the face by applying MAC’s Studio Radiance Serum-Powered Foundation (shade #NC38) using the 001 Serum + Moisturizer Brush for a polished and natural finish. Conceal under the eyes using a small coin-sized amount of Glossier’s Stretch Balm Concealer. To add a subtle, sultry flush to the apples of the cheeks, gently apply MAC’s Powder Blush in the soft peach shade Melba. Next, we want to warm up the face and bring some angles into play using Simi Haze’s Skin Suede Melting Bronze Balm in Terracotta on the cheekbones, jawline, nose, and temples for added dimension. As a final touch, set the undereye area and center of the forehead using Chanel’s Natural Finish Loose Powder. Ideally, you want to apply this product with a big, fluffy blush to help disperse the product lightly and evenly, mattifying the skin for a natural, radiant finish.


The vision for the eyes was all about drama, drama, drama. We created a full-volume, high-impact eye look by using MAC Cosmetics’ Brushstroke 24-Hour Liner in Brushblack to create precise, bold lines along the upper lash line and lower waterline. Intensifying the eyes even more, MAC’s Eye Kohl in Feline was applied to the waterline and to the inner corners of the eyes. We opted for a dynamic lash approach, featuring both the 88 Stunner Lash and the 7 Free Spirit Lash. With the 88 Stunner Lash—curled faux lashes featuring eye-opening volume—we applied them on the upper lash line, carefully securing them in place with the Duo Adhesive lash glue. Doubling up on the glam element, we then took the 7 Free Spirit mod-inspired lashes and cut each lash strip into three equal pieces, creating a gradient effect on the lower lash line. Place the short lashes on the inner corner and the longest piece on the outer corner of the lower lash line, firmly secured with adhesive. To seamlessly blend the false lashes with the natural ones, we applied MACStack Mascara, ensuring a cohesive and polished look. Finally, define and set the brows with MAC’s Brow Set Gel, brushing the hairs upwards and neatly into your preferred shape. 


For the mouth, always begin with some light prep–we applied MAC’s staple Lip Conditioner to hydrate and nourish Celine’s dry lips before adding any heavier products. This ensures a clean appearance and longer lasting finish. Insider tip: include this step in your skin preparation to give the product some time to work its magic before adding any color products. 

For the lips, we kept them almost natural with a hint of color by outlining the lips using MAC’s Lip Liner in the dirty rose shade Whirl. We then applied the Powder Kiss Liquid Lipcolour in the shade Date Maker over the lipliner, reapplying the lipliner twice for a more contoured and complete effect. 

If you recreate, remix, or reimagine this look, we’d love to know: tag us on Instagram with #NBGANewEra. 

Celine Tyson by Sarah Feingold
Hair: Adiam Habtezion
Make-Up: Sarah Feingold
Light by Sebastian from Stupid Studios

Produced for NBGA in Berlin


Strobe Cream #Pinklite


Youth Intensive Cream


Studio Radiance Foundation


Powder Blush #Melba


Stretch Concealer


Skin Suede #Terracotta


Poudre Universelle Libre


24h Liner #Brushblack


#88 Stunner & #7 Free Spirit Lash




Stack Mascara #Black


Brow Set #Clear


Eye Khol #Feline


Powder Kiss Liquid #DateMaker


Lip Liner #Whirl

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