How To Get Christina Aguilera’s Lime Crime Cover Look
From her girl-next-door “Genie In a Bottle” face, to the epic “Dirrty” smokey eye, to the signature red lip of her burlesque era — it’s no secret that Christina Aguilera is versatile AF when it comes to her beauty looks.
Here’s how you can get Christina’s look with seriously amazing (and seriously affordable) Lime Crime products so you can shine like a Vegas showgirl.
For her upcoming Vegas residency, Christina’s makeup artist Etienne Ortega perfected Christina’s signature makeup look, plus had a little fun for certain songs and looks. Etienne also created Christina’s bombshell makeup look for her Galore cover shoot. Here’s what he used:
Why do you gravitate towards Lime Crime products?
I think I gravitate towards Lime Crime because of how unique and versatile their products are. Right now, I especially love using the Diamond Crushers Lip Toppers.
How can our readers modify this look to make it work for something more low-key and casual?
I would modify the look by swapping the bright glittery lips for a shimmery gloss and a subtle eye.
Shimmery Gloss: Wet Cherry Gloss in Disco Cherry
Subtle Eye: Venus XS Rose Gold Mini Eyeshadow Palette
What are your product “staples” when doing Christina’s makeup?
Definitely the Lime Crime’s Velvetines. They stay on really well even with all the action that goes down on stage.
Do you ever use products for something other than what they’re intended for? What’s your fave hack?
Yes! I’ve actually really been enjoying using the Fenty primer as a topper on the lids for that wet look. I also sweep it across the cheek bones for a nice sheen.
What’s a mistake that most people make with their makeup?
I’ve noticed people often forget to moisturize before applying their makeup. It’s super important to make sure skincare is incorporated into your daily routine. Good makeup starts with a good canvas.
What’s your fave new makeup item that our readers should add to their carts stat?
I’ve been really enjoying the Lime Crime Bushy Brow Pen (I use the Dirty Blonde shade for Christina).
For those looking to branch out from their go-to “no makeup look” and try something more Vegas-y, where’s a good place to start?
A good place to start I would say is a bold lip. I recommend they just play around and see what goes with their individual styles.
Bold Lip: Matte Velvetine Lipstick in Psycho