Brazilian Mega-Star Anitta Does Her Glamorous Day-to-Night Beauty Routine
The 26-year-old singer is pulling back the curtains on her glamorous makeup routine that takes her from daytime to red carpets and performances.
Released on 6/4/2019
Hi, guys, I'm Anitta,
and today, I'm gonna show you guys my beauty secrets,
and show you how I do my own make-up for red carpets,
or sometimes for shows, concerts,
and I say that when I wanna feel like pretty as I am,
which is a lie because I'm full of plastic surgeries,
but I say that as a natural beauty, make-up, okay?
So first of all, gonna wash my face with this.
Okay, face is clean.
So now I use this.
I don't know the name.
I don't know, even in Portuguese.
I don't know how I call this thing,
I put it here.
It's gonna help to leave my face a little bit more matte.
To start with the foundation,
I use different types of foundation.
I don't know why I feel better if I mix
a lot of stuff in my face.
Yeah, it's a lot,
but I just mix all of them on my face,
straight on my face, I don't care.
I always do my make-up for everything that I do.
I'm kinda used to this.
Sometimes, I mean, I'm going to some place
and the flight's delayed or something,
so sometimes I need to do my make-up on the private jet,
sometimes in the car, in the van.
Yeah, I've done it in crazy place.
So I just mix it all.
I watch no tutorials.
I asked no one.
I just started to try myself
and go into the stores and ask, like,
what do I do with this?
What do I do with that?
And so I started to learn,
and when I made mistakes, like doing my make-up
and lookin' at the pictures after
and seeing that it was terrible,
then I started to learn how it does,
and how can I not do the mistakes I was doing.
Yeah, it's a heart.
You must be crazy that every woman does the make-up
in a different way, right?
Okay, so now I'm gonna do this with powders,
so this one.
So I start doing the white one, kinda white.
I put here what I just put the concealer.
I put the lighter one,
the white one, where I just put the concealer.
I used to do, in the beginning, when I was learning,
I used to do my eyes really strong.
I didn't know how to smoke my eyes,
so it was really like, pshoww.
With the brown ones.
Another thing that I do is I do in my nose, too.
I use the same brown thing that I was using before
for the rest of the face,
and I just come here like designing my nose.
Design is really good.
Designing my nose.
Now, with my eyebrows.
I like it lighter than my eyebrows really are, so.
Now, I just use like a powder.
Everything that I do, I like to mix colors.
I love a matte look.
I don't like to look shiny.
I don't know if it's because my skin is, like,
really all your skin.
In the end of the day, you think I can make French Fries
in my face,
so I love a matte face.
In Brazil, I don't know if it's only in Brazil,
but they love to have this place here
really really shine,
so I do it, too.
And I do it with a shine.
It's not a glitter and has no color.
It's just like, it looks like white,
but it's, in the end, when you mix,
I guess the color that you have already,
so you're gonna shine a little bit.
Brazilians love make-up and they put a lot.
It's not like, oh, just regular thing, no.
Okay, I really use this one, you see?
So I use this one, that is more like brown here.
And over it, 'cause in the end,
I'm gonna mix a little bit,
so it's not gonna be so strong.
And, then I put a pink one,
but I use the same brush.
So I put this thing here.
Okay, now the skin is done, tsk,
and I'm ready for the eyes.
I start putting a brown that is like almost done.
I gotta get a new one.
Like, these both.
I'm always mixing colors,
so I just don't get only one,
just a little bit of these two.
This is like the base of everything, you know,
and from here, we can do colorful things like
whatever kind of make-up you wanna do.
Again, same color.
I'm gonna mix this shine thing,
like it's basic, the color I'm putting here,
but like, it's gonna shine a little bit more,
so I just get a little bit and I just put here.
This shine is not so strong, so that's why I like it.
It looks natural.
The same thing I do here but not that much.
Now I'm gonna get the color that we want,
like a little bit of light pink,
something natural, just to look like a princess.
Now I'm gonna choose this one that is a little bit pink,
and I'm gonna mix with this one on the top.
I'ma use this stronger one to the crease.
And I like to have the same brush I used before.
I smoke a little bit with my fingers.
Same thing with the stronger one.
I'm gonna do underneath my eyes
but then I put a little bit more stronger,
'cause I really like it.
The same thing that I put here,
I get this really really really thin skinny brush,
and I put here.
I learned how to speak English.
What helped me was movies, music.
I always practice with this,
so that's the real way I learned with music and movies.
I'm just takin' out my shine,
'cause it kind of freaks me out
when I see that I'm shiny again.
You see my skin is really oily.
I just have the powder like I have myself on, you know?
Every time I look at myself and I'm shiny.
I just, I freak out.
Okay, so now the eyelashes.
I have this specifically eyelashes I like to have.
Get the glue.
I put an eyelash on.
I just do it with my eyes open.
I do this without light.
After some years,
I mean, I do a lot of things in my life.
I sing in English, I sing in Spanish,
I sing in Portuguese,
I do concerts in Brazil, I fly to Latin American countries,
I go to Europe.
I do so many things at the same time,
that I need to learn how to do all the things
at the same time in the crazy situations,
so my make-up sometimes, I do in crazy situations.
So I started, my life was pretty simple in my beginning.
I use to live in a favela here in Brazil.
You guys know what is a favela?
It's like a slum, like the ghetto part of the country,
of the city,
and I used to sing in these favela parties,
like irregular parties.
Let me concentrate a little bit here.
I have here the make-up with one eyelash.
What I like to do is put two I'm obsessed with eyelashes.
Here in Brazil if you don't have money,
it's really hard for you to get education
and the arts part, you know, music, language, movies,
that's really hard,
but then I realize, there was this one song that I did,
that got huge in Brazil.
I wrote this song.
I did the music video,
and the song talks about powerful women,
and there's a lot of types of women in the video.
I started to do lyrics about this
with this ghetto sound, but with this empowerful lyrics,
and then, this song got huge in all of the country.
I was 21 in that time,
so after two years or something like this,
all my music, all the songs I was putting out,
I was like, number one, number one,
and everybody was singin', everybody was buying my clothes,
and doing my things.
I was so happy.
Now I'm gonna put the work on the lips,
gonna be a fresh lips, too, so.
So, I was, like, so happy about this,
and the rhythm I do here in Brazil,
it's called funk.
It's like the hip hop in the United States in the 90s,
'cause came from the ghetto and had all this prejudice
and I was doing it for places that never heard before
and I got really happy when I saw that the artists
out of Brazil were knowing what is funk.
You know, they were like, oh, I wanna do a funk track.
I love this sound, I love this, I love that.
When I did the video in the favela,
everybody was lookin'
and artists that I never thought that would be listening
to my songs, to my music,
they were talking to me about my music videos,
and they were like, I was like, oh, my God.
I just put a liquid matte,
so when I'm doing concerts,
I always use matte lipstick,
because of my microphone, that I'm always singing in,
passing the microphone in my mouth,
so I don't wanna mess up the lipstick and my lips,
so I use a matte one,
'cause it's just stay there, stuck,
but if no, like if an awards or something like this,
a red carpet, so then I put the gloss part.
One more round of powder,
'cause I'm shiny again, and that's it.
So this one is my look if I'm doing a red carpet
or something during the day,
so then I do my look like this.
Then, if I'm going to stage when people gonna see me
from far away,
then I like to have my eyes stronger
to make people just really see me.
So basically, it's this, but then I'm gonna add
some stuff, a little bit more.
Get a brown shadow.
Don't pay attention to my make-up.
It's so messed up,
'cause I really use it, so, don't pay attention.
Get this brown one,
and I'm gonna put here in the crease.
So now you can see my eyes are more like tcht.
Stronger my look.
Okay, now that I have it strong in my crease,
I'ma put it stronger underneath my eyes.
Think that there are different ways to be women
and there's no right way to be women,
it's just the way you wanna be.
Okay, so now we have stronger eyes.
I'ma put a little bit more of mascara, here under.
I never put mascara in my eyelashes.
I still have it stronger,
so now the eyes are, like, pshu.
Yeah, this one is eye pencil.
Okay, so what I do,
I never close my eyes to do this,
and it's more simple than people used to do.
You're gonna keep following your eyes, really soft.
Yes, you see, it's easy.
You can do it stronger if you want.
If you want, like, more,
you just keep following the line of your eyes.
Okay, now the other side.
If I want thicker, I just go addin' and addin'
a little bit more of space,
while I'm followin' my eyes with this eyeliner.
Okay, and that's a wrap.
We have the light eyes and now, the strong eyes.
Okay, so now I'm ready to perform,
I'm ready to do whatever I wanna do,
and you can be, too.
Thank you so much.
I'm just gonna wash my hands a little bit.
[laughing] Bye, thanks.
[speaking a foreign language]