The makeup products Madelyn Cline wore to the Oscars after party are 50% off at Chemist Warehouse

Get the look for less (for two weeks only)

Beauty Crew Beauty Editor / March 13 2024

Madelyn Cline always brings an air of sultry glamour to any red carpet event and her stint at this year's Vanity Fair Oscars After Party was another prime example.

The Glass Onion actress rocked up to Hollywood's best after party in a slink Givenchy number with a plunging cowl neckline and freshly cut, blown out bob. 

But it was her makeup that really caught our interest. 

Cline's makeup artist, Jennifer Luney Tioseco, accentuated the 26 year old's almond-shaped eyes with a blurred and blended eye pencil and popped a nude pink hue on the actress' lips to make her pout look plush and pillowy. 

"Maddie just got back from Morocco so she has a beautiful tan. I wanted to emphasize her bronzy skin with brown tones on the eyes," Tioseco told her Instagram followers. "I used the Revlon ColorStay Day To Night Eyeshadow Quad in Addictive ($13.47 (usually $26.95) from Chemist Warehouse) and of course her signature rimmed liner using [Revlon] ColorStay Multiplayer Liquid-Glide Eye Pencil in Checkmate." 

Unfortunately, Revlon's double-ended liner is not yet available in Australia, but seeing the red carpet results the makeup artist was able to achieve using the product has made us really excited about the day when we get to use it ourselves. 

But if you're sad to miss out on a budget beauty find, stress less, because Tioseco actually used all Revlon products on Cline for the event (the actress is a Revlon ambassador, after all). As if that weren't exciting enough, Chemist Warehouse is also offering 50 per cent off of Revlon products for the next two weeks (14th – 27th March), so you can just about cop Cline's entire makeup look for less.

Keep reading to check out all of the details of Madelyn Cline's Vanity Fair Oscars After Party makeup look...

Every single Revlon product Madelyn Cline wore to the Vanity Fair Oscars After Party

Cline's complexion was warm and bronzed after her aforementioned stint in Morocco, so her makeup artist opted to amp up the sunkissed factor with a lightweight base makeup routine that looked more like skin than makeup. She used the Revlon Illuminance Skin-Caring Foundation in Light Beige ($21.47 (usually $42.95) from Chemist Warehouse), the Revlon ColorStay Skin Awaken 5-in-1 Concealer in Light Beige ($13.47 (usually $26.95) from Chemist Warehouse) and the Revlon One-Step Compact Makeup in Natural Beige + Tender Peach (not available in Australia) to unify Cline's skin tone and mattify where needed. 

Tioseco used the Revlon Powder Blush in the shades Apricute (not available in Australia) + Just Peachy ($13.97 (usually $27.95) from Chemist Warehouse) to add a warm wash of vibrant colour to Cline's cheeks. She then applied the Revlon SkinLights Prismatic Highlighter in Twilight Gleam ($13.97 (usually $27.95) from Chemist Warehouse) and the Revlon SkinLights Prismatic Bronzer in Sunlit Glow (usually $11.95 from Cosmetic Capital) to the high points of the actress' face to give the illusion of a natural tan. 

As we mentioned the Revlon ColorStay Multiplayer Liquid-Glide Eye Pencil in Checkmate, which Tioseco used to create Cline's tight-lined eye makeup is not yet available in Australia, but the Revlon ColorStay Day to Night Eyeshadow Quad in Addictive ($13.47 (usually $26.95) from Chemist Warehouse) and the Revlon So Fierce! Eyes Wide Open Mascara Black ($12.47 (usually $24.95) from Chemist Warehouse) she used to complete the eye look most definitely are. 

Tioseco used a natural nude shade of the Revlon ColorStay Longwear Lip Liner ($12.47 (usually $24.95) from Chemist Warehouse) to line and define Cline's pillowy pout. Then she dabbed on the Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in the shades Whiskey Business + After Glow, which are set to hit shelves in Australia soon.

To finish the look, the makeup artist applied a glistening coat of clear gloss — Revlon's Super Lustrous The Gloss in Crystal Clear ($12.97 (usually $25.95) from Chemist Warehouse— and she drew fine hairs into Cline's arches using the Revlon ColorStay Brow Pencil in Auburn ($11.97 (usually $23.95) from Chemist Warehouse) for a naturally defined brow look.

Madelyn Cline wasn't the only celeb on the red carpet wearing a budget beauty brand. Lizzo wore a full face of discount makeup to the Vanity Fair Oscars After Party.

Main image credit: Getty

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