Beyoncé turned once again to soft glam makeup — filled-in brows, glowing skin, shiny nude lips — to go with this custom 5:31 Jerome hand-beaded Nigerian lace and silk ensemble paired with Live to Express Pearlii Drops earrings.
In it, she cuts a wide swath of clothing, hair, and makeup looks that highlight and celebrate Black African beauty in a grand fashion that feels just as aspirational as it does attainable.
Beyoncé closes her near 90-minute film with the song "Power. " In one of its scenes, she wears a custom Spring 2020 Mugler look with waist-length goddess braids, which curl at the ends.
It was an opportunity to show the whole team and myself that I’ve been watching and learning and I was ready to show the world the beauty in Black hair.
Rachon Collins tells Allure that the project gave her the "freedom to create through inspirations from our ancestors and so many amazing artists who are here today that I look up to. " She went on to share, "It was really a challenge personally to see how far out the box I could push myself.
The hair and makeup was kept simple and neutral — the singer's soft-glam beat was complemented by her hair, left in its natural state with glossy, loose waves cascading down her back.