As far as genes go, Georgia May Jagger’s got it made. Being the daughter of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall may have its upsides, but unlike most offspring of rock royalty, the 20-year-old is hardly resting on her laurels. With major magazine campaigns, beauty contracts, and Vogue covers to her name, Georgia’s unique look — unsurprisingly, a composite of her mother’s statuesque beauty and her father’s rock and roll rakishness — has already left an impression on the fashion world (and those unmistakable lips might have a little something to do with it, too).
Georgia’s genetic mix of ladylike English rose and gritty libertine has landed her a coveted spot as the face of Vivienne Westwood, and I daresay she showed up some of the catwalkers during her appearance at this weekend’s show, where she played the part of the queen who had been out all night and then some. We may not be able to recreate that gorgeous embroidered gown or the pretty baroque tiara, but her easy, flattering makeup is practically begging to be copied (in less than five minutes, no less) …
- Tarte LipSurgence Lip Tint in Lust: Matte stains are known for their uncanny ability to sap any moisture out of lips within minutes of wear, which is not conducive to a plump, natural-looking finish like Georgia’s. While this formula has a soft, moisturized sheen to it, layering and blotting repeatedly will leave behind a deep semi-matte flush that mimics rosy, just-bitten lips.
- Make Up For Ever Aqua Cream in 15 Taupe: This neutral, slightly gilded shade is prettier and reflects more light than your average taupe thanks to the user-friendly potted cream formula and finely dispersed shimmer, but it’s less gaudy than more orangey tones like bronze or copper. Dip a finger, dab it on, and blend for the easiest (and, more importantly, quickest) eyeshadow experience imaginable.