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Loved creating this Black Cat glam lfor @mayajama for tonight’s episode of @donthatetheplayaz Isn’t she a beaut ? _ Key products: @ispyeyes contact lenses @itsinyourdreams face gems @fentybeauty stunna lip paint @__dollbeauty_ highlighter & brushes @narsissist foundation @morphebrushes concealer @barrymcosmetics x @annalingis eyeshadow palette mascara and BOLD waterproof eyeliner and body foundation @ctilburymakeup bronzer @tatti_lashes for upper and lower lashes @shrine pressed glitter on the kids Hair by @patrickwilson _ #cat #halloween #mayajama
For the special Halloween edition of ITV’s Don’t Hate the Playaz, Maya Jama decided to channel her inner Catwoman with a black latex jumpsuit and some seriously amazing makeup courtesy of Anna Lingis. Maya Jama showed off her spooky-sexy look with a hilarious video on her social media channels as she continues to try and hone her TikTok skills.
“Loved creating this Black Cat glam for @mayajama … Isn’t she a beauty ?,” Lingis captioned a series of photos showing off the three-dimensional makeup she created for the TV presenter, which included stunning black winged shadow, lots of lashes, a smattering of crystals, and intricate spider webs that followed the shape of Maya Jama‘s brows.
Lucky for us, Lingis listed they key products she used to create the look. For Maya Jama‘s base, she used Nars foundation, Morphe concealer, bronzer from Charlotte Tilbury, and highlighter form Doll Beauty. On the eyes, the makeup artist broke out the shadow palette and mascara that she created with Barry M cosmetics, as well as the brand’s waterproof eyeliner to draw on the spiders webs. The colourful crystals were from sustainable and cruelty-free makeup brand In Your Dreams, which you can buy at Boots, Asos, and Selfridges, while her faux lashes were from Tatti Lashes. To finish off Maya Jama’s feline transformation, Lingis broke out Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty Stunna Lip Paint (I’d assume in the shade Uninvited) – a long-lasting formula that would stay put through filming the show, which included performing a duet with Mutya Buena.
To complete the look, hairstylist Patrick Wilson slicked Maya Jama’s hair back into a high ponytail, tacking on extra-long extensions, so that her pony stretched all the way down her back. Keep reading to see both Lingis and Wilson’s Halloween handiwork – as well as shop the exact shadow palette and mascara Lingis used to achieve the look.