WATCH: Catriona Gray shows you how to get pageant-ready in Vogue video
MANILA, Philippines — Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray's "lava" walk is something everyone's already dissected and copies... but how about that classic smokey eye and red lip makeup look during the pageant's coronation night?
Don't fret – Vogue's got our backs.
In the video posted on Wednesday, February 20, Catriona shows readers how to recreate the makeup look she did for the competition (she did her own makeup, would you believe?).
Her routine is has its basic (or as basic as you can get for on camera makeup) elements – prepping with skincare products, using primers and long wearing base products, contouring and baking. There's also a mix of extra – using lash glue on her brows, for instance. Catriona also offers tips – like adding a bit of red to brown lipstick to make it look more "youthful."
In her video, she uses a mix of brands – from high-end, drugstore, and Filipino brand Shades of Bragais.
Of course, there's the setting spray and then... something not everyone has – the Miss Universe sash.
The video was shot back in January, when Catriona was in New York, where the Miss Universe Organization is based. "Good morning NYC. Three interviews done and dusted, Monday is off to a good start! Was so excited to meet with [Vogue Magazine] today," she wrote in a January Instagram post.
Catriona isn't the first Pinay stunner to teach her beauty ways on Vogue. Filipino-American model Kelsey Merritt's makeup look was featured in November, while Liza Soberano and Anne Curtis' looks were featured back in 2017. — Rappler.com
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