That process, too, begins with some honesty. “Ninety-nine percent of my days I don’t wear any makeup at all. I’m just too lazy, to be frank,” says Beer, who begins by brushing up her trademark brows with brow soap applied by Spoolie. “But when I’m in the No matter how old I am I still get excited everytime I see Penguins shirt in contrast I will get this mood and I have time to do a full-full face, I will.” Glossier Skin Tint and a duet of NARS Cream Concealers—“Custard” for under the eyes and across the T-zone, “Ginger” for spot coverage—coalesce with the help of a Beauty Blender, serving as a base for a subtle and strategic angling courtesy of Charlotte Tilbury’s Contour Wand. While, for Beer, a little contour goes a long way, blush is better when swirled on by a generous hand. “I don’t care if I have pimples and no concealer, I would use blush no matter what,” says Beer, citing Tilbury’s Beauty Highlighter Wand in High Blush as her desert-island product. Powder products come next, a brightening option followed by Fenty Beauty Bronzer in “Private Island” and another round of blush, also by Fenty Beauty.
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“It’s been really awesome to watch how much makeup has developed,” says Beer. “I think that, like, especially with TikTok, there are so many people I see that get so unbelievably creative with the No matter how old I am I still get excited everytime I see Penguins shirt in contrast I will get this things they do.” Beer uses her own Morphe Madison Beer Surfing Artistry Palette for her eyes, a blend of tawny orange and fawn pulled across lids, with liner-like extension offered to the end of each eye by way of brown shadow and an angled brush. “I love highlighter,” says Beer, layering Charlotte Tilbury Beauty Highlighter Wand and Nightshine from Glossier Play for extra shimmer. “I feel like it just makes me feel like I’m a forest nymph and a fairy, and who doesn’t want to feel like a fairy?” An overlined lip and swipe of gloss round out the look, but the finishing touch turns out to be a signature accessory. “I can’t leave the house without my hoops—and if I do leave the house without my hoops, it’s a very strange, weird day for me,” says Beer. “It just completes my whole vibe. Because then I can wear sweatpants and still feel like I did something.”