Not even the La Niña winds could dampen Delta Goodrem’s beachside glow during her shoot for marie claire’s January issue. The Aussie icon looked effortlessly chic and every bit the cool, super-talented songstress. Want to recreate her exact beauty look? Read on.
Delta’s clean makeup look was achieved thanks to a few hero products, with makeup artist Noni Smith going for a glowing base, fluffy brows and the softest berry-kissed lips. Naturally, she used Revlon products on our golden gal, to celebrate the icon’s announcement as the first ever Australian ambassador for the legacy beauty brand.
“With a focus on radiant summer skin, Delta’s cover look perfectly reflected the beachside location of this stunning marie claire shoot,” marie claire‘s Beauty Director Sally Hunwick said.
“Using beauty products from Revlon, Delta’s flawless skin (with the singer’s favourite ColorStay makeup for combination/oily skin) was given a dewy glow with Revlon Skinlights and a pop of healthy colour using Skinlights Powder Bronzer in Cannes Tan.”
Revlon ColorStay Makeup for Combination/Oily Skin in Medium Beige
Revlon ColorStay Makeup for Combination / Oily Skin, about $17.45, from Myer
Revlon Skinlights Powder Bronzer in Cannes Tan
Revlon Skinlights Powder Bronzer in Cannes Tan, $24.95 from Myer
Revlon Skinlights Face Glow Illuminator in Sunrise Luster
Revlon Skinlights Face Glow Illuminator in Sunrise Luster, $24.95 from Myer
“To finish Delta’s natural makeup look, all that was needed was a beachy nude lipstick (try the brand’s number-one selling Super Lustrous Lipstick in Bare Affair), brushed-up brows (fill in any gaps with Revlon’s ColorStay Brow Pencil) and a coat or two of mascara,” Sally continued.
“Simple yet stunning – and all helped by Delta’s natural beauty!”
Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Bare Affair
Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Bare Affair, $24.95 from Myer
Revlon ColorStay Brow Pencil Soft Brown
Revlon ColorStay Brow Pencil Soft Brown, $11.47 from Chemist Warehouse
Read our cover story with Delta Goodrem—where she talks about leaving The Voice, how she coped in lockdown, and her bold new chapter—online now.
Lead photo: marie claire.