Weekends are reserved for low maintenance everything. We spend five entire days on the go, so we need these precious breaks in our schedule to take things easy. That includes simplifying our makeup routine. When it comes down to effortless beauty, Shot Clock singer, Ella Mai doesn’t miss. We caught up with the Billboard winner’s makeup artist, Emily Chen to learn how to get the singer’s signature look just in time for the weekend. Check it out.


Start by applying Revlon’s PhotoReady Rose Glow Primer ($14) all over but avoiding the t- zone.

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Ella’s got incredible skin so using Revlon’s PhotoReady Candid Foundation ($6) sheered out, is great for areas that need a bit of extra coverage. The product builds really nicely without ever looking heavy.


For a flush of color, tap on a minimal amount of Revlon Cheek Flushing Tint in Starstruck ($9) onto the apples of the cheek and buff out with a blush brush.

Lastly, use your fingers and dab/blend Revlon ColorStay Endless Glow Highlighter in Gold ($11) onto the cheek bone.


Start with Revlon ColorStay Looks Book Palette ($5) in Maverick. Use the second shade from the top to create a contour in the crease and define the bottom lash line.

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Line the lower waterline with Revlon Colorstay creme gel in 24k ($6).

Lastly, smudge in between the upper lashes with Revlon Colorstay Liquid Eye Pen in Connect the Dots($8).

Finish with Revlon Colorstay Volumazing Mascara ($6) on the top and bottom lashes– three coats each.


Softly fluff on Revlon Colorstay Brow Kit ($10) in Soft Black with the angled brow brush.

With Revlon Colorstay Brow Creator ($11) in soft black, draw hair-like strokes in sparse areas and brush out.


With Revlon Colorstay Lip Liner in the shade Sienna ($5), apply all over lips to get a deep brown base.

Finally, apply Revlon Ultra HD Hyper Matte Lip Mousse in Red Hot ($8). Buff it in and around the edges with the wand fully wiped off so that there is not excess product that could smudge your sculpted lipline.