Beyoncé Uses Patrick Starrr Setting Spray During Her Rainy D.C. Show
Beyoncé uses Patrick Starrr setting spray on her Renaissance World Tour, and fans are buying it all up. The pop star is currently on the North American part of the tour, which included a stormy show in Washington, DC. The singer did two nights of shows at FedExField on August 5 and 6, but the second night had to be moved because of bad weather.
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Beyoncé uses Patrick Starrr setting sprayon her Renaissance World Tour, and fans are buying it all up. The pop star is currently on the North American part of the tour, which included a stormy show in Washington, DC. The singer did two nights of shows at FedExField on August 5 and 6, but the second night had to be moved because of bad weather. Even though it was raining, the show went on, and Beyoncé paid $100,000 to keep Washington trains moving so fans could get to her show even though it was late.
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Beyoncé's waterproof makeup gets a perfect 10 in every category. During her Renaissance World Tour stop in Washington, D.C. on August 7, the singer kept going even though it was pouring like crazy. Even though it was raining, she hit all the right notes, and fans couldn't help but look around (while everyone was on mute) and wonder how her makeup looked so good the whole night.
The Beyhive is lucky that the Grammy winner's makeup artist told them how to get her waterproof look. Rokael Lizama says that he used the One/Size On 'Til Dawn Mattifying Waterproof Setting Spray by Patrick Starrr to keep everything in place.
Rokael gave Beyoncé a sultry look by putting glittery champagne-colored makeup on her lids and a bronzy color on her crease. He used the Lunar Lites individual lashes from his own makeup line to give her lids more drama. And to finish, he gave the artist a soft-matte lipstick.
Since fans found out what she used to keep her makeup in place during the Renaissance World Tour, they have been buying the product like crazy. You can buy the On 'Til Dawn fixing spray at places like Sephora US and Sephora UK. After her show, fans bought all of the product, but you can sign up to get an email when it comes back in stock.
Beyoncé had back-to-back shows in Washington, D.C., but the second night was delayed because of bad weather. The Grammy winner paid $100,000 to keep fans safe by extending the hours of the D.C. Metro. The Renaissance Tour will be in Charlotte on Wednesday, August 9. It will then go to Atlanta for three shows starting Friday, August 11.
According to the product description, OneSize waterproof setting spray keeps your makeup in place for up to 16 hours. It smells like green tea, cucumber, lemon, and melon, and has a "blurred matte finish."
The setting spray, which costs between $17 and $32, is sold out at Sephora and OneSizeBeauty.com, but it is still available (at a higher price) at Amazon. The One/Size sells setting spray, setting powder, mascara, waterproof matte primer, foundation, and a lot more.
One/Size by Patrick Starrr said in an Instagram post that the product in question is the brand On 'Til Dawn Waterproof Setting Spray. Before tagging Beyoncé's makeup artist, the company wrote,
Queen Bey herself made it through the rain with the help of our On 'Til Dawn Waterproof Setting Spray during her Washington DC show!
This setting spray has Queen Bey's back (and makes her face look perfect), and it has since gone viral.
During her Renaissance tour stop in Washington, D.C. on August 6, Beyoncé didn't let the rain ruin the show or her glam. Beyoncé sang for her fans at FedEx Field even though it was raining and there was thunder and lightning. Her makeup didn't get messed up at all. Patrick was thrilled that the Homecoming star uses his setting spray for her Renaissance Tour and said that he plans to send her and the team more products.