Rosalía recently revealed her lip combo on TikTok. The Spanish singer’s video amassed over 2.4 million likes and 148,000 shares as her followers rushed to purchase the recommended products and their alternatives.
The hashtag #LipComboRosalia has already surpassed a million views, highlighting her major influence not just across music but beauty as well.
In her tutorial, Rosalía starts with NYX’s Suede Matte Velvet Vegan Lip Liner in Cold Brew. She demonstrated lining and filling in the lips, focusing on the cupid’s bow and corners before blending the liner with a worn brush. The musician shared, “First, we line, then I fill in the sides as well as you can manage, depending on how much time you have.”
The next step involved applying Byredo’s Earth Dust Lipstick with a light touch. Notably, it’s the most expensive item in her routine, priced at $50. Rosalía then uses Benefit Cosmetics’ Benetint Liquid Lip Blush & Cheek Tint for an ombré effect and finishes with a gloss from Kylie Skin in the shade Pomegranate.
To wrap up the tutorial, she takes a minute to shout out another fave: her fans. “You are all so beautiful,” she says. “I’ve seen you recreating [the lip combo], and you looked divine. Each one with their own version, each in their own way.” Now, don’t mind me while I go try this one out for myself!
Musically, Rosalía has been keeping quite busy. Earlier this year, she released singles like “TUYA,” “RR,” and “LLYLM.” They serve as some of her first musical offerings since 2022’s Grammy-winning album, Motomami. The 24-song project boasts features from The Weeknd, Tokischa, and Chencho Corleone.
In February, the artist spoke about stepping into the role of producer with the LP. She told Billboard, “My first desire was to be onstage and share something. Then I realized that I wanted to decide what I was going to sing. I also wanted to decide what I was going to say and how it would sound. I didn’t just want to be an interpreter. I wanted to write, and then I wanted to produce. The desire to create became bigger than the desire to just interpret.”