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Get the Look with Motives® Dupes: Gigi Hadid

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Gigi Hadid has been all over the NYFW scene from the runways to the parties. Last Saturday the model made an appearance at the Harper's Bazaar Icons party. She was there with sister Bella Hadid and gal pal Kendall Jenner. The supermodel wore a Vivienne Westwood dress; her hair was by Laura Polko and gorgeous makeup by the famous Patrick Ta. She looked amazing. I especially loved her makeup by Ta. Check it out below!

Get the Look with Motives® Dupes: Gigi Hadid



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@laurapolko & @patrickta did not come to play last night 🗡🖤💋 x

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Gigi looks beautiful, which is why I have some Motives® dupes and step by step instructions to help you create this look at home! Read on to learn more.

1. Start off by prepping your face. Patrick gave Gigi a dewy look so make sure your moisturizer gives you that supermodel glow.
2. Use a non-matte foundation for the face
3. Apply cream contour below the cheekbones and around the forehead.
4. Highlight with a light concealer on the undereye, chin, and forehead.
5. Blend for a natural-looking finish.
5. Apply a translucent powder all over your face to set your makeup. No need for baking. This look is super dewy so use power sparingly.

1. Use a brow pencil to fill in your brows. Gigi's got natural brows so don't overfill your brows!

1. Use a highlighter over the cheeks and on the forehead. Again, this look is all about the glow, but remember to keep things as natural looking as possible.

1. Use a light bronzer all over your lid. You're going to want to do a wash all over the lid.
2. Apply highlighter in the inner corner of your eyes and on the brow bone.
3. Add fake lashes to the outer corner of the eyes

1. Go for a neutral lipstick to finish off the look.

And that's Gigi Hadid's makeup look with Motives® dupes. What do you think?