In an email, Greenwald says working with the eleven-time Grammy award winner was “surreal, the true dream job,” and a genuine collaboration. “We are always looking to have radiant glowing skin with some healthy flush and turning it up a notch for the Grammys felt natural,” she adds.
Greenwald started with The Base Face Milk to create a hydrated base then applied the Super Serum Skin Tint SPF 40 in ST2.5 Sombrio using her fingers. To keep Mitchell’s complexion natural, Greenwald used the True Skin Serum Concealer in SC1.5 Suma, which “blends beautifully into the skin giving the perfect amount of coverage while still giving a skin-like appearance.”
To get her luminous glow, Greenwald applied the Liquid Light Serum Highlighter in Atomic and the Multi-Stick in the shade In The City. “I added lots of glow and warmth to the complexion,” she says. “Over plumped hydrated skin I use the Liquid Light Serum Highlighter mixed in with a skin tint or foundation, as well as tapped on top of the cheekbones and nose.”
For a healthy dose of color, Greenwald recommends applying with a damp rounded beauty sponge or buff brush. “Using both a bronzing shade and a blushing shade Multi-Stick, I add warmth and a healthy flush buffing around the hairline, apples of the cheeks, and bridge of the nose.”
Lastly, Greenwald applied the Liquid Powder Chromatic Eye Tint in Hatch (a pearly golden green color) on the lids and topped things off with the Limitless Lash Mascara.
Ariana Yaptangco is the senior beauty editor at Glamour. Follow her @arianayap.