Back to Top

THEN, like the makeup wizard she is, Nick mixed two other foundations to make sure it looked like Star's real skin.

Somehow, Nick's combo of two different Makeup Forever Ultra HD Stick Foundations ($43, Makeup Forever) was an exact match. 

Girl had to use a LOT of setting powder in between each step, too. Luckily, it was just Kryolan Anti-Shine Powder (which you can pick up for around $20 at your local beauty supply store) instead of Star's usual Laura Mercier or Chanel powder.

Stay with me, because it doesn't end there. Nick contoured his ENTIRE BODY, too.

With Tom Ford Bronzing Powder ($68, Sephora) and Jeffree Star Skin Frost in Peach Goddess ($29, Jeffree Star Cosmetics).

Arguably the most uncomfortable part of all of this, she used a liquid lipstick to paint his nipples back in.

Specifically, the Velour Liquid Lipstick in Rose Matter ($18, Jeffree Star Cosmetics). Celebrity Skin was too dark. 

On to the face. The rest of his makeup was applied as usual, save for one exception. Those are LACE-FRONT eye brows.

Which, apparently, are a real thing. Star shaved off his brows ages ago, so seeing him with what looks like natural brow hair is CRAZY.

Every hour was worth it, though, because the final product was everything.

Snaps for you Lipstick Nick, you're an actual makeup goddess. 

Want more? Follow our Eyeliner Addict Facebook page for cool product videos and the latest beauty news.