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Lupita Nyong'o Rocks Dramatic New Red Carpet Look
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15 Mar 2019 05:27 PM EST

On Thursday, Lupita Nyong'o attended the London premiere of her upcoming film "Us" while wearing red contact lenses and bold blush. Makeup artist Nick Barose did Nyong'o's makeup for the event, and told Vogue that the look was inspired by "fierce women in '80s music videos." Barose also told Vogue that he used a Lancôme eyeshadow in place of lipstick to create Nyong'os deep lip color. Nyong'o wore the daring beauty look with a $1,723 sparkling plaid dress from Attico. While many celebrities stick to tried-and-true beauty looks on the red carpet, Lupita Nyong'o isn't afraid to take risks. On Thursday, the actress attended the London premiere of her upcoming film "Us" wearing red contact lenses and matching red blush. Nyong'o also sported smoky eye shadow, glowing highlighter, and a deep-burgundy lip color. "We wanted to avoid pretty red carpet looks and be more experimental," Barose told Vogue. To do so, he took "wicked beauty ideas from fierce women in '80s music videos" and worked to create a look that was both "strong" and "powerful."

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