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16 Amazing Drugstore Products Celebs Wore on the Met Gala Red Carpet

16 Amazing Drugstore Products Celebs Wore on the Met Gala Red Carpet


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Every year since 1959, the first Monday of May means one thing and one thing only to devout beauty and fashion lovers worldwide: the Met Gala. And last night's show (themed Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination) did not disappoint. In fact, it delivered on all the fronts we've come to expect from the event: wigs, hairpieces, carpet-long trains, and yes, an overall air of opulence. Which, one might assume, doesn't leave much room for budget-friendly beauty from the likes of the local drugstore. But that's where they'd be wrong.

Contrary to the extravagant luxuriousness of what went down on the Met Gala red carpet fashion-wise last night, the majority of what many attendees wore on their faces and in their hair turned out to be much less unsettling to our bank accounts. And from start to finish, many of the beauty looks were completely affordable and featured some of our favorite brands and products hailing from the drugstore. Curious to see which looks you can re-create post-Target run? Keep reading for 16 of the best drugstore beauty looks (and products) from the 2018 Met Gala.

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Lily Collins

We don't know about you, but we were almost as spellbound by the impeccable shine of Lily Collins's strands as we were by the style itself. Celebrity stylist Gregory Russell achieved the gleaming look by prepping (and later saturating and braiding) Collins's hair with this miraculous leave-in conditioner spray.

Marc Anthony True Professional Strengthening Grow Long Leave-In Conditioner $16Shop Getty Images

Kerry Washington

"I went with a plum-stained lip-something subtle and earthy, but enough to add dimension to the makeup," explained Washington's go-to makeup artist Carola Gonzalez. First, she lined and blotted Washington's lips, applied the above color from Neutrogena, and then continued to blot the application until it became more of a stain.

Neutrogena Hydro Boost Lip Shine in Soft Mulberry $9Shop Getty Images

Mindy Kaling

It was unequivocally important for Kaling's royal-inspired hairstyle to remain in place and polished. To prep her crown for backcombing and an extra hit of durability, celebrity hairstylist Marc Mena used this Byrdie HQ favorite dry shampoo.

"The look is inspired by 1950s Monte Carlo with a nod to Grace Kelly royalty. We wanted Mindy to be the belle of the ball, and I think we achieved that with this opulent yet classic look," he says.

Dove Refresh+Care Volume & Fullness Dry Shampoo $4Shop Getty Images

Emilia Clarke

After wetting her hair, celebrity hairstylist Ben Skervin supplemented the actress's strands with a healthy dose of this budget-friendly mousse to give her "lift, volume, and texture."

Suave Professionals Natural Volume Mousse $4Shop Getty Images

Janelle MonГЎe

It's true. For under $5, you can have MonГЎe's covetable glow all for yourself.

"Once Janelle's face was complete, I put my love and focus on her body by massaging her skin with Vaseline's Intensive Care Cocoa Radiant Smoothing Body Butter ($3) made with healing Vaseline jelly for a hydrated glow," makeup artist Jessica Smalls tells us.

Vaseline Intensive Care Cocoa Radiant Smoothing Body Butter $3Shop Getty Images

Blake Lively

Blake Lively is known for her glow, and in the case of this year's Met Gala, said radiance can be attributed to this shimmering drugstore pick from L'Oreal, which Kristofer Buckle swept along her cheeks and nose for extra contour.

L'OrГ©al Paris True Match Lumi Bronze It Bronzer $12Shop Getty Images

Amber Heard

Amber Heard's gilded, eye-catching makeup look was inarguably one of our favorite drugstore-born Met Gala makeup looks of the night. Celebrity makeup artist MГ©lanie Inglessis layered this crushed metallic formula on top of L'Oreal Paris's Infallible 24 HR Eyeshadow in Eternal Sunshine ($8) to bring the Heard's luminous aesthetic to eyes.

L'OrГ©al Paris Crushed Foils Metallic Eyeshadow in Gilded Gold $10Shop Getty Images

Adwoa Aboah

Aboah's bold graphic eye was by far one of the most head-turning of the night. And to be honest, we never would have guessed makeup artist Celia Burton used a drugstore formula to create it. Using scotch tape to create sharp lines from the lower lash line up to brow bone, we learned Burton used this affordable eyeliner "to create an edgy cat-eye shape to emphasize Adwoa's eyes."

Revlon Colorstay Eyeliner $5Shop Getty Images

Deepika Padukone

After shampooing, conditioning, and applying gel, celebrity hairstylist Harry Josh saturated Padukone's flowing mane with this luxe, albeit affordable, oil from the drugstore, which features camellia and sunflower.

L'OrГ©al Paris Elvive Extraordinary Oil TreatmentВ $4Shop Getty Images

Imaan Hammam

Hammam had one of the most striking red lips on the carpet at the 2018 Met Gala, and it's all thanks to this budget-friendly matte lip color from Revlon.

Revlon Ultra HD Lipcolor in HD Love $6Shop Getty Images

Zendaya

Inspired by her bold Joan of Arc-esque Met Gala look, Zendaya's hairstylist Ursula Stephen carefully scrunched this curl-defining mousse through the singer and actress's mid-lengths and ends to welcome her natural shine and to help maintain her slick-looking waves.

Dove Style+Care Curls Defining Mousse $5Shop Getty Images

Ashley Graham

We're always in awe of Ashley Graham's perpetually flawless complexion, and we may have just discovered her number one secret: this face-perfecting priming formula from Revlon.

Revlon PhotoReady Perfecting Primer $14Shop Getty Images

Gigi Hadid

Maybelline New York Spokesmodel Gigi Hadid walked the Met Gala red carpet with an aura around her-an aura we blame on her luminous makeup look courtesy of celebrity makeup artist Patrick Ta. Though the model was wearing a never-before-seen eye shadow palette, Maybelline's Soda Pop Eyeshadow Palette (sorry, it doesn't launch until September!), Ta also doused her cheeks with this drugstore find, which is 100% up for grabs (thank goodness).

Maybelline FaceStudio Master Chrome Metallic Highlighter $10Shop Getty Images

Katy Perry

Over and over again, Katy Perry wows us on the red carpet with her show stopping looks. And in case you've been wondering how she gets said makeup to stay put so perfectly, we have the inside scoop. Celebrity makeup artist Michael Anthony used this affordable drugstore setting spray to keep everything intact as his parting step.

CoverGirl Look Lock Up Setting Spray $12Shop Getty Images

Alicia Vikander

According to Chris Naselli, this fan-favorite micro-mist hair spray was used as a strategic springboard to not only create lots of volume and texture but to provide Vikander's elegant updo with unbeatable hold to boot.

TresemmГ© Compressed Micro-Mist Hairspray Hold Level 1: Texture $6Shop Getty Images

Amanda Seyfried

Taking a theatrical cue from Lucrezia Borgia, Romeo's Juliet, and her show stopping Prada gown, makeup artist Katey Denno used this new lip scrub from drugstore favorite brand Burt's Bees to "exfoliate, prime, and prep her lips" before applying the brand's Liquid Lipstick in Blush Brook ($10).

Burt's Bees Conditioning Lip Scrub $9Shop

Looking for more affordable Met Gala beauty buys?В RiverdaleВ actressВ Lili ReinhartВ didn't wear anything over $15.



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