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Cara Delevingne Wore Her Own Version of 'Euphoria' Eyes on the Red Carpet

The purple-and-orange makeup look matched her graphic-heavy Iris van Herpen cape gown.

Cara Delevingne in Iris van Herpen at the premiere of Amazon’s “Carnival Row” in Los Angeles. Photo: Phillip Faraone/Getty Images

With a September issue cover, a handbag collaboration and a sneakers shopping trip already checked off her 2019 fashion bucket list, it’s time for Cara Delevingne to switch gears and focus on her acting career. On Wednesday night, the model, actress and singer attended the premiere for her new Amazon series “Carnival Row,” in which she plays a refugee fairy — stay with us here — who falls in love with a detective (not a fairy but a human, we should note), played by Orlando Bloom.

The fantastical storyline certainly inspired Delevingne’s red carpet look, as she wore a trippy textured, graphic-heavy cape gown by Iris van Herpen. Celebrity stylist power duo Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn let the outfit stand out on its own with simple accessories, like a pair of black strappy heels and diamond jewelry.

Cara Delevingne at the premiere of Amazon’s “Carnival Row” in Los Angeles. Photo: Phillip Faraone/Getty Images

But what mostly caught out attention was Delevingne’s purple-and-orange beauty look, which we can’t help but describe it as “Euphoria” eyes. (The makeup style has become a signature of the HBO series, which routinely adorns the teen cast’s eyes with all sorts of colored pigments and multimedia elements, from glitter to crystals.)

Makeup artist Molly R. Stern took color inspiration from Delevingne’s gown and used a slew of Dior beauty products to achieve her multicolored smokey eye. (Delevingne is a spokesperson for the brand.) Stern layered two eyeshadow palettes — specifically, Dior’s 5 Couleurs #277 Defy and #157 Magnify — and then drew Diorshow Pro Liner Waterproof eyeliner in Matte Orange along her lower lash line.

Delevingne’s sleek, low ponytail took on an architectural (and colorful!) approach, too. Hairstylist Mara Roszak used Davines products to create two parts from the arch of her (famous) brows, and then adorned them with thin ribbons in lavender and orange.

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