Sheryl Lee Ralph oozes GLAM
The look was all about the green snakeskin-like textured lids.IG/@thesherylleeralph

Although her entire look at the Savage x Fenty Show Vol 4 was perfect, we couldn't help but fixate on Emmy Award-winning actress Sheryl Lee Ralph's make-up, executed by Los Angeles-based celebrity make-up Mila Thomas. Thomas — who got her start as a make-up artist on the original Love & Hip Hop reality series, has created high-profile looks on stars like Nicki Minaj, Toni Braxton, and Mary J Blige. She's also at the helm of the glam team that produced Ralph's winning look that properly prepared her for a historic evening.

The Savage x Fenty olive green snakeskin-like textured eyelid look was the perfect complement to the now viral lingerie look, though we must say it almost stole the show. The stunning, yet subtle, look, we reckon, will look great at upcoming holiday parties and may serve well as a bomb NYE lewk.

Recreate the gilded green beat with the Danessa Myricks Beauty products below.

BEAUTY BREAKDOWN

Eyes

Twin Fame — Olivine & Sweetheart

Infinite Chrome Flakes — Laser Beam

Skin

Beauty Oil to prep & hydrate

Yummy Skin Serum Foundation

Blurring balm powder

Bronzer

Powder Bronzer Deep

Powder

Beauty Evolution Powder

Lips

Hush Hush from the Dewy Cheek & Lip Palette with clear gloss on top

Danessa Myricks Dewy Cheek & Lip Palette.
Danessa Myricks Beauty Oil .
Danessa Myricks Yummy Skin Serum Foundation.
Danessa Myricks Twin Flames – Olivinedanessamyricksbeauty.com
Make-up by Mila Thomas on Sheryl Lee RalphIG/@thesherylleeralph
Infinite Chrome Flakes – Laser Beam.

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