字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント [soft music] - Hey guys, I'm Halsey and I'm going to be showing you guys some of my skincare and recreating the makeup look from my third album cover, "Manic". I did that makeup look myself so I'm really excited to show you guys how I did it. One of the first things that I'm gonna be using is this Image skincare face wash, it's my go-to. I literally order it online everywhere I am, and I take like six bottles with me if I'm going to a new country. So usually, first thing in the morning, I try to use a more gentle cleanser because I'm not taking off all of my makeup from the night before. But when I'm getting off of stage and I have all that sweat and makeup and everything like deep in my pores, I'll try to wash my face like two or three times to be honest with you. I love how this feels on my skin, it's super moisturizing. The next thing I'm gonna use is this Barbara Sturm Hyaluronic Serum. I love hyaluronic acid, it's one of my favorite parts of my skincare routine. I'm really, really, really into glowy skin. I find that being a musician and being on red carpets a lot of time, people really love a matte face, but I've always loved a really dewy skin, so these serums are a go-to for me. I'm using these Glow Drops from Barbara Sturm, I really love these too. But when I'm on the road, sleeping on a bus and stuff like that, you're around like super dirty air and you're sweating in your makeup on stage every day. And sometimes you put on a face of makeup in the morning for your press, and then you add more makeup to it for your meet and greet, and then you add more makeup to that for stage and you just have these layers and layers and layers of gunk on your face. So it's the most important part for me, when I'm on the road, is making sure that I cleanse like a hundred thousand times. Like I feel like the stock in Neutrogena makeup wipes has gone up because of me when I'm on tour. Barbara Sturm moisturizer is like my holy grail product. I literally put this on like four times a day. I use it twice on an airplane, once in the morning, once at night, once in the middle of the day. I'm like obsessed with it. Okay, I'm gonna start my makeup and while I'm getting ready to put my primer on, I'm gonna use this Laneige lip mask. I've talked about this online like a hundred times, it's my favorite beauty product, like my desert island beauty product for sure. It's supposed to be a mask, so I think you're supposed to sleep in it, but I just use it like a lip balm and reapply it like a hundred times a day. Okay, the first thing that I'm gonna do is I'm gonna prime my skin, which is really important if you're wearing makeup all day long like I am, because I'm the kind of person who will sweat or wear my makeup away. I'm always touching my face, I'm super not cognizant of having makeup on so I'm the kind of person who will be like, "Oh my God, that's so crazy, no way" and rub all of it off. So primer is my best friend. I'm gonna start with this Marc Jacobs primer. I'm gonna apply this with a brush. I like to just kinda paint it in like this. I always use my hand as a palette too. Before I was a musician, I was really, really set on going to art school after high school. A lot of people don't understand how alike painting and makeup are. I mean, a lot of it is knowing colors, understanding analogous colors. You know, using green to cancel out red, using yellows in your blues and purples, and being good with a brush, which is super, super important and an underrated beauty skill. After I put on my primer, I always move to my highlight. I use like six highlighters in my beauty routine. I use like liquid, then I use another liquid over my foundation, and then I use two different powder highlighters. My fans are always asking me what highlight I use and I never know how to answer them, because the answer is I use seven different ones. But right now, I'm starting with this Dior one. So this one, I'm gonna apply with a Beauty Blender because it really gets it in there 'cause I'm gonna be adding so many different layers. I start on the tops of my cheekbones and my browbone, just anywhere that I wanna draw the light. One of the greatest compliments I've ever gotten in my life was someone told me that they were seeing my show in an arena and they were in the section all the way to the top, and they could still see my highlight. That was a good compliment. Okay, time for my favorite part, concealer. I'm gonna be using two Makeup Forever concealers, one's a little light, one's a little bit dark. I'm just gonna take a Beauty Blender and blend these two together on the back of my hand. So firstly I'm gonna go in and just get rid of these guys because they're just staring at me. For my under eye, I'm gonna use a thicker concealer, just because I'm suffering a little bit after this flight. I like a thick concealer for my under eye. I do, to be honest with you, when I can. One of my favorite products ever is actually this Elf eyebrow palette, I've been using it for years. It's so amazing. The brow pomade is kind of shiny, which is really important because your eyebrow hairs are shiny and they catch light. So in order to make it look a little bit more realistic, I think that this has some shine in it. So I'm gonna just put this on an angle brush with a spoolie on the end. My brows are really sparse. I never waxed my brows or threaded them or anything in my whole life, they just grow like this, I don't know why. And of course, big bushy eyebrows came into trend and I was like "ugh!" If skinny, wormy brows ever come back into fashion, I'm going to be just the It Girl, I promise. One of the challenges about being a musician and doing your own makeup is that I find myself doing my makeup in some of the weirdest places, like in the back of planes and in the back of cars and like with a flashlight under the table during a blackout at a music festival, true story. But we always find a way to make it work. While I'm waiting, I'm gonna curl my eyelashes with this decrepit old eyelash curler that I love and swear by. One of my favorite new foundations is actually the Beauty Blender brand foundation. It's super awesome, it's like really great coverage but it's not too, too matte. I also only use a little tiny bit of it when I'm using it. Gotta be careful around the freckles so that I don't completely get rid of them, because they are an essential part of my face. Oh, I'm still so glowy, yes! Nailed it. I'm actually gonna start using something kind of unconventional. This is a Nyx Lip Cream, but when I was trying to find the perfect blue for the "black eye" for the album cover, this one was kind of the one that I loved the most. So I'm gonna take a little bit of this. It also is like gooey because it's a gloss, so it gives it this dewy kind of look. When I was coming up with the concept for the album cover, the black eye was a really important part of it, because I think a black eye is a universally recognized sign of pain or trauma or abuse, I feel like everyone recognizes the black eye in that way. And the album is a lot about me outgrowing some traumas and some things that have been otherwise holding me back from feeling like I could really become myself in my early 20s. I put out my first album when I was 19, and I was super confident and super arrogant and just thought that I was ready to take on the whole world. And then I went kind of backwards as I got into my 20s a little bit more. And being 25 and putting out an album was hard for me because I had a new perspective about my femininity, about my sexuality, about the things that I've been through. And as a result of that, what I felt like I earned, earned the right to say, earned the right to stand up for as a woman, had the space to say all of this on the album. So I did the black eye and I wanted to do it in glitter, kind of to take it something...almost like a badge, a badge of honor for what I've been through. And through the album cycle, the black eye goes from black glitter to red glitter to yellow glitter, which symbolizes the stages of healing that the bruise goes through. So hopefully in a year, you guys will see me running around with a face full of yellow glitter instead. This is one of my favorite products, it's Kevin Aucoin contour. I've used it literally to the pan, to the pan, like it's a problem. But it's really one of my favorite, favorite products. It's my favorite because it's cool toned. A lot of contours are super warm, so they can make your face look orange, but this one is a cool tone so it looks more like a natural shadow. Bronzer, Charlotte Tilbury. [blows on brush] Some of my favorite beauty icons actually are really similar to my musical influences. One of them is David Bowie, 'cause just the fearlessness is unmatched. Another one is Patti Smith, 'cause she's just always really embraced her androgyny. I've always kind of fluctuated between a really androgynous and boyish look and like a hyper feminine, glam look. There's kind of like two sides to me in that way. And I really, really, I like having the polar opposite of both. Baby bit of blush, this is just a Sephora blush. Just a little baby bit, I'm already pink enough, I don't really need that much more. Glossier Boy Brow, so good. One of my favorites. I don't really have very unruly brows, but they're super sparse so I do need a little bit of gel to keep them up 'cause they'll fall otherwise. Time for my favorite part and my least favorite part, which is the glitter. My favorite part because you can never have too much glitter. I've always loved glitter. I've put it in weird places, like my eyebrows, my lips, my hair, for most of my career. But it's also the scariest part of the routine because if you put it on and it gets everywhere, you're in serious trouble. So I need to, I need to focus right now. I'm just gonna dab a tiny bit of it into the cap. I'm gonna take this Nyx glitter primer, which is a life saver. And just dab that onto the lid. Moment of truth. I'm being very careful. We made it through the glitter trial without any fallout, so I consider that a success. Part of being like a makeup risk taker, or just like a style risk taker in general, which is like what I hope to be and what I try to be, is that I'm willing to try anything. So I've shaved my head on photo shoots before, and I've bleached off my eyebrows for red carpets, and I've tried so many different makeup looks. But the problem is is that sometimes that means there's ones that don't work out really well and I have definitely my fair share of those.