Emma Stone just wore Taylor Swift-inspired eyeshadow

File it under ‘not a neutral’

Content Producer / March 05 2024

If it wasn’t already official, this latest look has proved it. The Y2K revival is well and truly upon us. First we saw Abbie Chatfield bringing back the iconic blue shadow in a big way. And now, Emma Stone has thrown her hat in the metaphorical Y2K ring. But what did she do to earn this level of nostalgia from us? Welcome to the soft, subtle and yet so impactful ‘Lavender Haze eyeshadow’. If you’re like Stone, a pop of purple is set to make your glorious green eyes stand out like a dream.

Lavender Haze eyeshadow trend

So you’re looking to recreate this red carpet ready eyeshadow look? Well thankfully for us makeup artist Rachel Goodwin walked us through the entire Charlotte Tilbury look. And boy were we pleased to see how simple this stunning look is to recreate. So simple in fact, it uses only three (stunning) products. 

The first product Goodwin used was the Charlotte Tilbury The Beautyverse Palette ($120 at Charlotte Tilbury). This palette features nine glorious shades that range all the way from neutral matte to sparkling metallic. Goodwin used just two simple shades Virtual Taupe” and an all over hit of “Digital Lilac”.

For an extra hint of shimmer, Goodwin used the long-lasting creamy Eyes To Mesmerise shadow in ‘Champagne’ ($50 at Charlotte Tilbury), finishing the look off with a lick of lash-defining (ultra-lengthening, check out Stone’s lashes) mascara. For that fluttery lash look, Goodwin used the Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes! ($48 at Charlotte Tilbury).

See what’d we say? The shadow look is seriously simple. We can definitely see ourselves becoming the office sirens with this sultry, soft shadow look. Now all we have to do is practice and perfect our techniques. Oh and play the matching track, of course; over to you Taylor Swift…

The Beautyverse Palette

Eyes To Mesmerise shadow in ‘Champagne’

Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes!

Main Image Credit: @rachelgoodwinmakeup

Emma Stone is the definition of refined beauty. Check out her evolution here…

Emma Allcock began her career in the world of fashion and beauty in 2015, interning for various PR fashion houses. Naturally her love for style soon extended to beauty, and Emma landed firmly in the beauty and wellness world thanks to an internship-turned-role at local Australian fragrance brand Maison Blanche. One thing that remained consistent whether unpacking accessories or creating social content? Her commitment to an always-perfect manicure. Luckily, she’s since turned her talents to helping her readers achieve the same, writing about all things beauty and wellness. Emma is now a Content Producer for BEAUTYcrew, with her words and recommendations also appearing across beautyheaven. Emma loves the process of diving deep into the world of testing (and writing) about everything from haircare to fragrance. When she’s not slathering her skin in something new, she’s going for an early morning stroll to catch a stunning sunrise (coffee in hand, of course), because life’s all about that wellness balance after all.