Beyoncé stole the show from head to toe during her Super Bowl halftime performance, where her fierce dance moves and catchy new single "Formation" weren't the only scene-stealers. While performing alongside Coldplay and Bruno Mars, the 34-year-old's style was also as flawless as ever, from her Michael Jackson-inspired costume to those voluminous curly locks and her show-stopping beauty look.
Celebrity makeup artist Sir John, the man behind her striking makeup, has revealed the secrets to achieving the look at home.
"We've been prepping this for a while," he told Glamour. "At first I was thinking of doing a cat eye, but I wasn't crazy about how it looked on the cameras; so I completely abandoned ship and went with something else."
He added: "At night, cameras dance off your complexion in a completely different way. You can go for more of a glam look or a smokey effect. I wanted her to have pop. We're bringing a little disco into the daytime."
Sir John prepped the "Crazy in Love"singer's skin by applying a clay mask the day before, and then using rose oil "because it hydrates, but it's also really repairing". The make-up guru then used a light moisturiser and matt foundation to enhance Beyoncé's already radiant complexion.
Celebrity make-up guru Sir John created the star's make-up look
"I wanted to keep it as sheer as possible. It's not a two-hour show, so it's okay to do more of a fresh look," he explained. "Plus, her skin is in top shape, so she doesn't need a lot."
Beauty addicts around the world coveted Beyoncé's on-trend shimmering eyeshadow – created with a matte brown powder layered with a copper topper.
Sir John said: "I like to start with matte first – it's something to lay the pigment on. And the contrast of matte next to metallic is really nice," he continued. The makeup guru finished the eyes with coffee-toned liner and lots of black mascara on both top and bottom lashes.
Finally, he completed the pop superstar's look with a warm nude lipstick mixed with metallic pigment "pressed into lips".