We have a feeling that “Strange” would be way into glittery, metallic nails like the ones in the Urban Decay Apocalyptic Nail Kit ($26). Colors include White Widow (white sparkle), Gunmetal (gunmetal sparkle), Apocalypse (black-purple), Grunge (metallic peacock), Meltdown (royal purple), Big Bang (sparkling hot pink), and Fbomb (true red). Love the hardcore shade names.
Hard Candy Plexi Gloss in Velvet Rope ($5) gives lip a sparkly red, vinyl-like finish. Very Grace.
To make sure your Grace Jones-esque flattop stays fresh between salon visits, keep the sides and edges clean with Tigi Bedhead Buzz Off Trimmer ($30).</a
In her heyday, Jones was all about highly-pigmented, super-bright matte eyeshadow like L’Oreal HIP High Intensity Pigment Eyeshadow in Flamboyant ($21).
Glittery liquid liner is a must-have for all aspiring glam rock/New Wave/reggae/disco divas, a’la Grace Jones. Too Faced Metal Eyed Liquid Shimmer Eyeliners ($17.50) come in the sexiest shades, and they’re virtually smudge-proof.
Whether she was performing on stage or grrr-ing at us from the pages of a glossy magazine, Grace Jones’ deep, mahogany-brown skin always looked flawless. For a smooth complexion, swipe Iman Second to None Foundation Stick ($13.99) under eyes and over cheekbones, forehead, and the bridge of your nose. Blend with a sponge and, voila! A perfect Grace-face.
In the ‘80s, Grace Jones was one of Thierry Mugler’s most beloved muses. One spritz of the bad boy designer’s signature scent, Angel Eau de Parfum Spray by Thierry Mugler ($70), will take you right back to that wildly creative, anything-goes era.