Lady Gaga Celebrates New York Pride With a Bold Makeup Look

Leave it to Lady Gaga to channel the buoyant spirit of Pride 2018 with a beauty moment equal parts boisterous and aspirational. For Sunday's New York Pride Parade, Gaga's makeup look was nothing short of a Technicolor dream, a look likely to be adapted for festivals, evening's out, and future celebrations alike.

In keeping with the month's rainbow palette, makeup artist Sarah Tanno surrounded Gaga's gaze in a prismatic collage of neon-minded primary colors, reds and yellows converging in a hint of orange while a wash of teal blue—pulled along the lower lash line and just below the brow—acted as an azure border. Aside from daubs of shimmering shadow and sky-skimming lashes, the pop star's look was finished with middle-parted peroxide lengths, ironed flat in a visual homage to the early aughts.

Gaga's support for the LGBTQ+ community has been at the center of her decade-long career, from her highly imaginative aesthetics to her 2011 acceptance anthem, "Born This Way," the song's lyrics crammed with iconic adages like "Don't be a drag, just be a queen," and please-don't-miss-the-point lines like, "No matter gay, straight, or bi / Lesbian, transgendered life / I'm on the right track baby / I was born to survive." And yesterday, the singer-turned-actress drove her point home, captioning the last in a trio of Instagrams: "I love the lgbtq community more than I can say. So I’ll sing it instead. Forever. And that’s a NY promise. One love! #equality." A striking spectrum of color coupled with all-inclusive love? That's a good look.
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