Megan Thee Stallion’s Eye Shadow Low-key Looks Like Butterfly Wings — See Photos

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Our resident Hot Girl has had quite the week. Between the release of her new song, “Sweetest Pie,” with Dua Lipa, and joining Lipa’s Future Nostalgia tour for three nights, there’s been a lot to keep up with. We don’t know how Megan Thee Stallion is doing it — but what we do know is she is out here looking absolutely gorgeous all the while. 

We’ve got evidence: The “Hot Girl Summer” rapper took to Instagram on March 16, giving us a closer look at what she wore to join Lipa onstage. In each image, she’s wearing jet-black waist-length hair styled in loose waves. She’s still got the same mix-and-match manicure she’s had for a few days now: two French nails with pink tips, two sparkly purple nails, and a ring finger painted to look like a pink peppermint. 

The hair and nails are immaculate, but what we’re really into is the eye shadow. Megan’s makeup artist created a smoky pink cut-crease look in a cat-eye shape. A soft pink shade is buffed into the inner corners of her lids. As the color travels out into the exaggerated wing, it morphs into a rich magenta hue before deepening into an inky purple shade on the outer corners. 

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Can we talk about the lipstick, though? Megan’s makeup artist harkened back to the ’90s, with super dark liner and a lighter glossy lip. We love the dimension and intensity this makeup look lends to her sexy stage ensembles — it beautifully complements both the strappy pink and white cutout bodysuits she wore for her first night on Dua Lipa’s tour. 

Megan looks gorgeous in this makeup that’s fit for the stage or red carpet. We’re kinda crying at how much her eyes look like butterfly wings. Sorry, we just get emotional about makeup! And, lest we forget, this is the look she’s wearing to join Dua Lipa for just a few shows — we can’t wait to see what makeup she rocks in the future for her own tour. 

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