The first is the blue hair and makeup in the scene where Lil Nas X is escorted to a trial room after sharing a forbidden kiss with Satan, who was disguised as a snake. In this scene, Nas X plays the prisoner, the judges, and guards. These latter two wear frosty blue gravity-defying curls stacked atop their heads. Eye makeup is a mix of matte and shimmering blue shades. Their long, stiletto-shaped nails are covered in denim to match their uniforms. Prisoner Nas X is dressed in a contrasting pink fur stole with a jeweled ram head strap (a nod to his Aries sun sign) and a metallic loincloth, with tightly curled pink hair to match. and a minimalist yellow eyeliner.
If there’s one thing Lil Nas X will do, it’s push the boundaries. Towards the end of the video, the Georgian artist slides along a stripper pole straight to hell – it’s definitely a way to make an entrance. As he descends tattoos appear all over his body and his hairstyle transforms into a set of long, bright red cornrows with baby hairs arranged in even curls around the perimeter of his root. hair. He ends the video with a lap dance for Satan, before breaking the devil’s neck and taking his throne. It’s a statement indeed, but the beauty moments in this video made several points as well.
Dua Lipa’s “We’re Good” music video focused largely on a lobster aboard the Titanic that was about to be cooked and eaten, until, spoiler alert, the ship sinks and he escapes. Lucky Lobster – I can’t say the same for the passengers. But before the ship is engulfed in the black, icy waters of the North Atlantic, there is a performance. Lipa, of course, takes on the role of the artist, humming to the ship’s wealthiest passengers on the ill-fated liner.