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April 24, 2020


ZOË KRAVITZ'S 'HIGH FIDELITY' MAKEUP ARTIST ON HOW TO RECREATE THE SHOW'S BEAUTY LOOKS "High Fidelity," the 10-episode Hulu series that debuted on Valentine's Day, has garnered rave reviews for its fresh rendition of the 1995 Nick Hornby novel and has also drawn attention because of the effortlessly cool style of lead character, Rob (played by Zoë Kravitz). It's also utterly, enjoyably binge-able, as I can attest to (I finished the whole series in a weekend). As I sat, slumped into my couch eating pita chips, enthralled by Rob's tempestuous love life (who hasn't had the urge to call all their exes to find out why it didn't work out?) and her emotional ups and downs (isn't everyone guilty of cyberstalking their ex's new partner at one point or another?), what kept catching my eye were her no-makeup makeup looks.   Sure, Zoë Kravitz has the genetic jackpot and her own natural beauty on her side, but I couldn't help but fixate on whether I could attempt to recreate some version of her makeup looks from the series in the comfort of my own home. So I reached out to Miho Suzuki, the makeup artist behind Rob's looks in the show, to see what insight she might be able to share. Ahead, some highlights from our interview. What products did you use to create Rob's everyday look?  I started with a wash of Koh Gen Do Maifanshi Moisture Foundation, then used YSL Touché Eclat All-Over Brightening Pen for extra coverage if needed. I brushed out her eyebrows using Glossier Boy Brow in Brown. I typically used MAC Cream Colour Base in Root for over the eyelids, then lightly dabbed on Sisley Paris Phyto-Blush Twist in Contour below the cheekbone and eye crease. Glossier Generation G in Leo or Like for the lips, but it depended on the scene. Sometimes we mixed the two colors. Lastly, I airbrushed a light mist of Temptu Perfect Canvas Airbrush Foundation to finish off the look instead of powder.