This Under $50 Highlighter Was the Star of Zoë Kravitz’s Catwoman Makeup Look

If you’ve ventured out to see The Batman in recent weeks, you know just how great Zoë Kravitz is as Catwoman. While her performance is in a constant replay in my mind, her beauty looks from the film have now taken over. After all, when Pat McGrath is behind Kravitz’s looks for the role, there’s little to no reason we wouldn’t take note.

Full of smoky and sparkly hues, what McGrath first focused on to create Catwoman’s looks wasn’t anything to do with her eyes but her skin. In a recent interview with Vogue, the legendary makeup artist revealed she focused on Kravtiz’s skin first, as the actress wanted to keep her complexion as realistic as possible. To achieve that she used a mix of skincare products as well as her patented foundation technique, which star player is none other than her Pat McGrath Labs Skin Fetish Highlighter and Balm Duo.

Skin Fetish Highlighter & Balm Duo

PAT McGRATH LABS sephora.com

$48.00

“The balm side of the dual-ended stick delivers a fresh, post-spa-like finish to the skin, which looks flawless even in H.D.,” says McGrath, who closely worked with director Matt Reeves’ technical team to make sure the application volume reflected the scene’s lighting volume.

The 2-in-1 product is part highlighter part balm and is considered a must-have by McGrath, who illuminated high points of the High Fidelity star’s face and body with the duo stick. With an ingredient list of hydrating aloe vera and argan oils combined with hyaluronic acid, its glowing properties are more than just external.

The results are the dewy, luminous complexion you see throughout the film. Of course, though, no Selina Kyle look feels complete without the addition of a smokey eye. If you’re looking to go full Feline Fatale, shop McGrath’s other products used for Kravtiz’s Catwoman look below.

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