From May Queen to March sister, Florence Pugh's roles over the past year have called more attention to flower crowns, braided updos, and hoop skirts than ever before. She's quite the influencer in real life, too, always sporting some fun version of a topknot or a pretty plait or both, simultaneously. During her latest appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, it was Florence Pugh's peachy eyeshadow that stole the show.
All eyes are on this 24-year-old after her acclaimed performance in Midsommar followed immediately by her now Oscar-nominated performance in Little Women. They're also on Peter Lux, the man behind Pugh's always-impeccable hair, and Naoko Scintu, her makeup artist.
The glam squad struck again ahead of Pugh's appearance on Thurs.'s Jimmy Kimmel Live! She made her entrance at the El Capitan Theatre looking bright and sunny in a striped sequin dress and summery makeup. Who knew that a peach palette could be so useful in mid-January?
Scintu balanced out the shimmery eyeshadow on Pugh's lids with a matte lipstick and left her with glowy cheeks that looked to have been kissed by the winter sun. She posted a close-up of the season-defying look on Instagram, tagging every brand she used.
According to Scintu, the brand behind Pugh's glittery lids is Suqqu, of Japanese origin. And while she didn't say exactly which palette she used for the look, it was likely the brand's Designing Color Eyes quad in 10 Yuuakane.
Scintu also used all Suqqu products to create Pugh's look at the Little Women Paris premiere in December. She used this same Designing Color Eyes palette in 01 Yuushakuyaku for a pinkish hue on the lids and a lighter shade in the palette to highlight her cheekbones and brow bone.
Using eyeshadow on the cheeks is a pro trick, but on Thurs., she actually used a blush by Clé de Peau Beauté instead. For the matte lips, Scintu used UK brand Rodial — likely the Suede Lips crayon in Melrose Ave.
Her outfit matched her vibrant eye makeup perfectly: a pair of tangerine-tinted sunglasses, an orange handbag, orange nails, and earrings to match. Peachy eyeshadows to help you recreate the look (including the exact palette that was most likely used on Pugh), ahead.