In what was surely the pink-carpet performance of the night, Gaga unveiled more than just her multiple layers of camp. Her skin also debuted Marc Jacobs Beauty’s first ever skin care product, Youthquake Hydra-Full Retexturing Gel Crème. Gaga’s longtime and trusted makeup artist, Sarah Tanno, used the sodium hyaluronate and pineapple enzyme cream as a make-up primer and moisturizer. Like her pink-carpet performance, Gaga went bare on her base, opting for no foundation and just plumping her skin with the Youthquake Crème and Accomplice Concealer & Touch-Up Stick. Tanno topped off Gaga’s HD-ready face with Accomplice Instant Blurring Powder before the star made her entrance.
During her performance, Gaga whipped out an 80’s mobile phone while her entourage joined in on the choreography. Both Lady Gaga and Marc Jacobs Beauty had a serious moment when Sarah Tanno handed the star a Le Marc Liquid Lip Crayon in Flaming-Oh! to match her hot pink Brandon Maxwell gown. She reapplied it dramatically in a concierge-held hand mirror for the adoring cameras and screaming crowds. Tanno powdered her face mid-performance with The Face II Sculpting Foundation Brush No. 2 before Gaga lost the phone—and the rest of her clothes.
Thanks for giving us life, Gaga. You win.