From the Red Carpet of the 2019 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Adriana Lima


Patrick Ta wanted to keep the look chic and timeless with her beautiful glowy skin, so he opted for a classic wing and changed up her bold lip color. The look paired perfectly with her slicked back hair and plunging neckline gown.


Face: Ta preps the look with a cleanser and exfoliator to clean and brighten the skin for the foundation to lay smoothly.Ta begins the look by blending Fit Me Dewy + Smooth Foundation with a dense brush, finishing with a damp beauty blender to ensure full blended coverage. To finish the base, Ta applies Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circles Concealer under the eyes, then pushes the product in with a fluffy blending brush. Next, Ta brushes Maybelline Fit Me Loose Finishing Powder to allow the skin to still look dewy in all the correct places. To add extra dimension, Ta lightly applies the City Bronzer and Contour Powder to the hallows of Adriana’s cheek bones. Using the Puma x Maybelline Chrome Highlighter, Ta layers the high points of the cheekbones, then finishes with a sweep of Fit Me Blush.

Eyes: To keep the eyes timeless and sexy, Ta grabs an angled eyeliner brush and the Soda Pop Eyeshadow Palette, using the shades Cola Float and Root Beer, he starts from the outer corner of her eye extending upwards to create the signature cat eye look. He uses the same shades with a denser small brush to allow more color pay off and blend out any harsh lines, so the look stays smokey. Next, he applies the same shade to her lower lash line, blending out to define her lower lash line without being too prominent. To finish the look, he curls her lashes twice and uses two coats of Snapscara in Black to the top and bottom lashes.

Brows: To keep her brows natural, Ta combs upwards with a brush so all the hair sits in the same direction, then he grabs Total Temptation Brow Definer in Medium Brown to fill in any sparse areas.

Lips: To complete the look, Ta swipes Color Sensational Creamy Matte Lipstick in Burgundy Blush & Rich Ruby, mixed on a palette and applied with a synthetic lip brush.