An inside look at actress Maddie Ziegler’s beauty routine

What would the rest of your daily makeup routine look like?

Oddly enough, I always joke about how much more makeup I put on when I was younger than I do now. Now, I only like one [look]. I think we are all very lucky that what we have now is very natural skin and natural makeup. It works in our favor that it is trending. I like to use tinted sunscreen so I have an even foundation. Kosas Concealer is my favorite — I’m obsessed. I also love Tower 28 cream blush and Chanel foundation.

I am obsessed with using [the brow pen] right from my collection because it’s like a multi-use product. I will be using it for my brows just to fill in the sparse areas. Did you know that makeup and concealer cover up dark spots naturally? I love going through beauty marks and redefining them so they don’t get lost. After that, I like to add a few freckles from time to time. I always thought that looked really cute — I would do it very little. Lately I just curl my lashes and don’t put on mascara. I don’t know why, but love it! In the end, I’m totally obsessed with lip liner, I can’t be without it. I have one in every purse everywhere I travel. It is just very good.

Talk about your new collection with Morphe, Changement! What inspired the collection and how do they all come together?

It starts with me talking about how I’ve evolved so much since we did our first collection with Morphe. I said, “Yes, I’m growing a lot. My style is changing and I’m evolving.” For some reason, it makes me think of change, literally a dance term that means change. I think it’s a smart play on my dance background, but also exactly what we’ve created for this collection, which is growing. Like the weather, it’s always changing [and] it’s always up and down. It’s always evolving and it changes with the seasons, so I included it as well because I wanted to get rid of that. I think it’s going to be a really cool concept for the photo session and all the behind-the-scenes images because I think we can do something fun and water-like. Name [of the products] and palettes are all based on growth, change and development. There are also some plays about weather terms as well as “tornado”, “hurricane” – things like that.

Do you have any favorite looks that you would like to create using the collection?

I’m obsessed with these colors just because it wasn’t what we were aiming for in the first place. In the beginning, we were going to do all the pastels and we didn’t get the recipe right — I didn’t feel it. Then I found this dark blue shade that I now call Downpour. It’s my favorite color in the palette and I said, “This is everything—I need this!” So then we decided to just play that tone and start creating deeper tones, which I think worked really well as we were moving into the fall period. I just love our direction. What I love most about it is that there’s a shade called Reflex which is literally the first shade in the palette and it’s really pretty in nature, but you can also create the overlay we’ve shown. in all campaign photos. If you cover it with a Downpour shade, it changes its reflectivity and it creates this beautiful new shade that is very two-tone. I love it so much and I’m so proud of it.

It’s a really cool concept for the palette. It almost reminds me of Pat McGrath’s eye shadow when I see the shades. Her eye shadow is so cool! What about everyday glances? Do you have a favorite that you want to create with the palette?

She is definitely the top! Now (like I told you), I love the natural look — that’s my goal. With this palette, I want to do both [natural and glamorous shades] because I’m never in the middle. I’m doing a crazy blue [look] with a graphic eye or I just keep it natural. There are a few really beautiful transitions that look good on any skin tone — they’re just gorgeous shades. I’ll usually take the transition shades and I’ll just run them over my fold. There is also a really nice beige shade, which I love. That’s the way I want to do it right now just because it adds dimension and it adds life to the face, but it’s not overwhelming. There are some shades in the palette—so really, the red is beautiful—I’ll put it on my cheeks every now and then and it looks great. I would rather do that.

I love using eye shadow as blush! It’s great that the shades work perfectly for both.

I agree! You can make it cohesive and maybe include it in your eyeshadow. It looks really nice.

If you had to choose one item from your collection to use for the rest of your life, what would it be?

I would choose the palette because you can do anything with it. Like I said, you can liner, you can blush — to be honest, you can use it on your lips and brows, too. So I would definitely say that.


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