It’s never been simpler to reproduce your number one “Elation” magnificence checks home out.
Doniella “Donni” Davy, the cosmetics craftsman behind the strong, sparkling looks on the hit HBO show, sent off her own personal excellence brand, Half Magic, on Tuesday.
Valued from $10 to $26, the veggie lover and savagery free line offers high-influence eye paints that twofold as liners, glowing highlighters, fluid lipsticks, lip liners, a setting shower, face jewels and a few delight instruments.
“I draw quite a bit of my motivation from TikTok and Instagram, including yet not in any way shape or form restricted to Gen Z’s understanding and entertainments of ‘Happiness’- enlivened cosmetics,” Davy tells Page Six Style of her made-for-virtual entertainment cosmetics looks.
For sure, you can’t look at any photograph or video-sharing stage without seeing Davy’s impact – little pearls on the inward eye, heaps of pigmented sparkle and neon eyeliner flourish.
The Emmy champ went through the most recent three years growing Half Magic, and, surprisingly, utilized the items on the “Rapture” cast during Season 2
One of her #1 items the new brand is the Mouth Cloud Soft Matte Lip Cream remembered for the Magic Brownie Liptrik Kit ($26); it’s a ruddy earthy colored conceal she calls “the ideal prologue to wearing earthy colored lipstick.”
She additionally adores the Light Trap Highlighter ($20) in the shade Spiritually Complex, which Davy depicts as an “amazing shade of shimmery violet-periwinkle that is really fragile yet strong simultaneously.”
What’s more, to “get a sheer, gleaming yet easygoing ordinary eye look,” she goes after Chromaddiction Shimmer Eye Paint ($24) in the shade ASMR, a champagne tone with a smidgen of blue.
“I love every one of the components from Season 1 — sparkle, rhinestones, strong varieties, realistic shapes — and I needed to proceed with that investigation in Season 2, yet with its hazier topic and particularly unique true to life tasteful,” Davy said of how her way to deal with making excellence searches for the series has developed.
“Season 2 moved me to integrate somewhat more nuance and moderation into the cosmetics, while as yet making looks that would be outwardly open of the characters’ close to home perspectives.”