Makeup Artist for Netflix’s Sabrina Breaks Down Season 2’s Looks: Interview
In the Part One finale of Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Sabrina Spellman’s hair is going platinum when she indicators her identify within the giant unhealthy e book. Kiernan Shipka-as-Sabrina’s hair is now the enduring white of her comedian e book namesake. As a few of us know from tv and others know from drunk-texting their colorist post-breakup, platinum hair has a tendency to seem all through a time of main private shift. Part 2 of the display drops on Netflix lately, and we predict to peer extra of Sabrina leaning into her darkish aspect with the entire evil good looks tips that can apply. This is a display with plot twists within the nation-states of each witchcraft and good looks, this means that we are very occupied with how precisely Sabrina and her Satanic family and friends are doing their make-up.
Sabrina‘s head make-up artist Candice Stafford-Bridge gave Allure a preview of simply how darkish the make-up gets in the second one part of the season. In a display this symbolic, the satan is in the main points — and the lipstick.
No topic how a ways Sabrina ventures into different nation-states, Stafford-Bridge says she bases her make-up seems to be at the good looks routine of a normal previous mortal teen. “She can raise the dead, but I wanted to be true to a 16-year-old high school girl and make her makeup believable,” says Stafford-Bridge.
Sabrina herself might seem like an ordinary youngster, however the display has the similar spooky surroundings of being suspended in time that we would be expecting from the writer of Riverdale. Stafford-Bridge avoids Instagram make-up or any on-trend seems to be to stay the time frame feeling nebulous. That method skipping any noticeable contour or spotlight. Instead, she makes use of simply sufficient blush to stay the witches having a look “alive, but not like they hang out in the sun.” For Shipka’s truthful pores and skin, she makes use of M.A.C. Powder Blush in a lavender coloration.
Between Sabrina’s new white-blonde hair, Shipka’s light pores and skin, and the intense digital camera lighting fixtures, Stafford-Bridge has needed to pump up her blush for the second one part of the season. But since Sabrina is not absolutely human, Stafford-Bridge does not concern about making her seem overly bronzed and even sensible. “We’re doing other-worldly, so I don’t have to make her color balance in the real world,” she says. “It’s okay that she’s really fair.”
As Sabrina begins to play along with her powers within the new episodes, glance out for delicate shifts in colour, particularly in her lipstick. Dark Sabrina steadily wears browns and berry lips, and Sabrina’s go-to coloration is Christian Louboutin Velvet Matte Lip Colour in Very Prive. “It’s the world’s most expensive lipstick,” laughs Stafford-Bridge. “It just happens to look amazing on her.” We’ll think that Sabrina stored up her allowance to buy the $90 lipstick, so she will develop as much as be both Madam Satan or a good looks editor. Sabrina wore the deep berry colour for her Dark Baptism within the sequence premiere, and it labored so smartly that Stafford-Bridge determined to retain it as her major colour all through all the season. She additionally reaches for lipsticks from Bite Beauty and Ilia, which has a very simple, sheer colour that works smartly for Sabrina’s mortal days in highschool.
The Weird Sisters proceed their lipstick reign of deep, darkish lip seems to be. “We put the entire make-up that you’ll in all probability placed on a face on them, and we move into the non-traditional colours, so grays and blues and blacks,” she says.
For the ones people who flip to Chilling Adventures of Sabrina for good looks inspiration, Stafford-Bridge shared a couple of key make-up moments to seem out for. In one upcoming episode, Sabrina and the Weird Sisters discuss with a nightclub and it is a giant make-up second. “The ladies are dressed in subsequent to not anything, so we coated their our bodies in M.A.C. Prep and Fix Shimmer Spray,” she says. “It looks like a Britney Spears music video.”