Keith Urban's new face, Madonna's 60 plastic-surgery years, Beyoncé's smoky eyes -- whatever. Last night's beauty moment at the 2014 Grammy Awards belonged to 17-year-old winner Lorde. Her goth-dark lip colour was the talk of Twitter. Then she won two Grammy Awards. After the jump: the exact Lorde lip colour recipe that caught everyone's eye.
the lorde lip colour recipe
Tweets flew about Lorde's lip colour as the young singer/songwriter performed her hit song "Royals" at the 2014 Grammys. This was the New Zealand-born artist's first year at the event, as a performer and as a nominee. Aside from all the "Lorde's lipstick at the Grammys" tweets, she finished the night on a high note with awards for Best Pop Solo Performance and for Song of the Year.
Makeup artist Amber Dreadon, aka Amber D, is a New-Zealand-based MAC senior artist and the pro responsible for Lorde's blackened purple lip colour. She created the shade with the following recipe: MAC Vino lip pencil + MAC Cyber lipstick + MAC Heroine lipstick.
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For details on Amber D's inspiration and all the makeup she used for Lorde's look, visit prettybeautiful.com. For more on Lorde's win and more photos (including her dipped fingertips à la Michele Lamy, wife of Rick Owens -- our Liza Herz noted the Michele Lamy connection), visit thedailymail.co.uk. Follow Amber D on Twitter via @MAC_Amber_D.
Opening image of Lorde ©GettyImages. Middle image of Lorde ©GettyImages and image of Lorde and Beyoncé ©WireImage; via thedailymail.co.uk.