Glossier's Newest Launch Debuted At The Oscars — & We Already Want It

Remember Beyoncé's showstopping look at the Grammy's last month? Of course you do. (We all do.) Naturally, by that Monday morning, we were prepared to copy the entire look and, thankfully, we could. Well, almost. After celebrity makeup artist and Yoncé's right-hand man, Sir John, revealed the full breakdown on Instagram, we were able to shop almost every product on Beyoncé's face except one: Glossier's very-first eyeshadow, Lidstar.

Beyoncé rocked sunglasses throughout the course of that evening, so we've barely had a real look at what the upcoming Glossier launch will really look like — until now. Tonight, Lidstar debuts on the Oscars red carpet on the eyes of some of our favorite A-listers, like Allison Janney, Greta Gerwig, and Tiffany Haddish​.

But Lidstar isn't your regular pressed powder shadow. For its first and only foray into the eye makeup category, the brand has launched six creamy formulas that you can sweep on with a doe-foot applicator for a barely-there look or layer for a glittering, smoky eye. Available now on Glossier's site, the shades include Fawn (a shimmery bronze with a hint of lavender), Slip (iridescent pink blush), Herb (a deep, copper green), Moon (a glittery Champagne), Lily (an opalescent purple), and Cub (a warm, dusty rose).

Click ahead to check out every star to rock Lidstar at the 90th Academy Awards.

Photo: Steve Granitz/WireImage.
Allison Janney

Makeup artist Collier Strong wrote on Instagram that this Oscar's makeup kit was his favorite setup of the entire year — and we think we know why: He used Lidstar in Moon and Fawn on the Oscar winner.
Photo: Chelsea Lauren/REX/Shutterstock.
Tiffany Haddish

To complement Haddish's nod to her Eritrean heritage, makeup artist Dionne Wynn added a regal finish with bold brows, a vibrant lip, and a colorful eye thanks to a mix of Herb and Moon.
Photo: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic.
Greta Gerwig

Decked out in Glossier tonight, Gerwig is up for Best Director and Best Original Screenplay. Even if she doesn't take home the Oscar, we'll never forget her making history in this look thanks to makeup artist Jenn Streicher.
Photo: Jon Kopaloff/WireImage.
Tracee Ellis Ross

Ross watched the festivities from the star-studded Vanity Fair Oscar Party, but first, makeup artist Lisa Storey topped off Ross' fresh beauty look with a plum lip and bronze smoky eye.
Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images.
Maya Rudolph

Matching your dress to your makeup will always be our favorite red carpet strategy, but makeup artist Molly Stern made sure to keep Maya Rudolph's eye subtle while the lip demanded attention.
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