If we’ve learned anything from the hit HBO show “Euphoria” and the internet, it’s that Gen Z beauty is all about the drama — and the hacks that make executing a dramatic look easier.

Does the makeup on “Euphoria” even need an introduction? A phrase often used liberally online is “cultural reset,” but we can confidently say the show’s lewks led by makeup artist Doniella (Donni) Davy have been an actual cultural reset. The makeup on the series is known for popularizing extra, editorial, and expressive makeup with items like chunky glitter, rhinestones, chains, metal studs, and—wait for it—stickers. Read more ahead on how to easily get the look with effortless, stick-on stickers.

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Face Lace by Phyllis Cohen

If you want the exact stickers worn on the show, look no further. These decals have also been seen on stars Ariana Grande, Megan Thee Stallion, and Elijah Blake.

These futuristic eye spikes worn by Jules (Hunter Schafer) on the show are the Face Lace Spikelihood stickers (£29.95). For something a little more subtle, Euphoria’s lead makeup artist Doni Davy herself collaborated with Face Lace to create iridescent cloud decals, which Hunter Schaefer also wore on the show.

The limited-edition DONNI X FACE LACE Head in the Clouds Face Decals ($17.50) are available for purchase on the Emmy award-winning makeup artist’s website.

Also collaborating with Face Lace is Lady Gaga’s Haus Laboratories. The gothic ARMOR MASQUE NO. 1 stickers ($25.00) are inspired by the “fast, backstage makeup changes” used by Lady Gaga’s makeup artist Sarah Tanno-Stewart on the pop star.

Face Lace has been their go-to since Lady Gaga’s halftime performance at the Super Bowl in 2017, where she wore Face Lace on stage.

To avoid costly international shipping fees since Face Lace is UK-based, you can buy from them online at Manhattan Wardrobe Supply and Nigel Beauty.

SimiHaze Beauty

You may have seen this Palestinian twin DJ duo somewhere in the company of the famed Kar-Jenner clan. Recently, Simi and Haze Khadra followed in the steps of their famous friends and came out with their namesake brand, SimiHaze Beauty. The new brand launched with their Eye Play Rave Pack Sticker Book ($55), which is said to be inspired by the sisters’ past makeup looks. The sticker book comes with a variety of holographic and neon eye stickers — perfect for attending the sister’s concerts.


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