Jordyn Woods Did Her Own Makeup for 'Red Table Talk' Appearance
Beauty experts show us how to recreate the minimal look.
Drama aside, Jordyn Woods‘ Red Table Talk makeup has become the center of attention. Her hair was pulled back to reveal a stunning profile complete with soft matte skin and a subtle bronze. While some chose to dissect her words, YouTube beauty gurus Alissa Ashley and Jackie Aina focused on her minimal makeup recreating the look for their dedicated audiences. In her tutorial, Aina reveals that Woods did the look herself giving novices a bit of hope. Woods is no stranger to the beauty community recently debuting a drugstore eyelash line with Eylure. She has also released a lip gloss collaboration with Too Faced.
We rounded up our favorite items from their videos to help ladies recreate the everyday makeup look.
Alissa Ashley starts off with NARS‘ Pore & Shine Control Primer to keep her skin matte. She follows up with Cover FX‘s Power Play Liquid Foundation and Sephora‘s MicroSmooth Baked Foundation Face Powder to ensure that her skin appears extra smooth. She mimics Wood’s 3-shape contouring method using Morphe’s Glamabronze Powder to add dimension and shape to her face. For the lips, she puts on Pat McGrath‘s LuxeTrance lipstick in “LaBeija” and tops it off with Glossier‘s Clear lipgloss.
Aina chooses NARS’ Natural Radiant foundation to set her base and cleverly contours with the brand’s cult-favorite creamy concealer in “Dark Coffee.” She jokingly calls Woods’ brows an “empire” referring to the flattering symmetry and arch in each brow. She uses Anastasia Beverly Hills‘ popular Brow Wiz to replicate the look with short strokes. To give the skin a subtle glow without using an obvious highlighter, Jackie lightly taps on some of Laura Mercier‘s Glow Translucent Setting Powder to gently illuminate. She completes the look with a pair of lashes from Woods’ collaboration with Eylure and swipes on Too Faced‘s Rich & Dazzling High-Shine Sparkling Lip Gloss “Social Butterfly.”