Beyoncé was low-key behind the scenes at the shoot (she requested Uno cards for her dressing room), but certainly not low-energy on the set. When a Michael Jackson song came on, she danced with hairstylist Kimberly Kimble. The day's playlist also included music by Beyoncé's sister Solange and by Kelly Rowland. The moment her husband Jay Z's 2001 album The Blueprint started, the singer laughed and said, "Oh, you can't play this—you're going to make me blush." And then she danced to the entire album. Here, she poses in a beaded silk tulle dress by Roberto Cavalli.
"This sultry but still natural look is perfect for Beyoncé," said makeup artist Francesca Tolot. Getting as "close as possible to the lashes," she applied a creamy eyeliner and blended brown and gold shadows from the outside to the inner corners of her eyes. To make the star's cheeks glow, Tolot swirled on a combination of blush, bronzer, and highlighter. The final touch: nude gloss. Hairstylist Kimberly Kimble twisted sections of Beyoncé's hair around a curling iron to give her a "sexy, just-out-of-bed" look, then pulled on the curls so they wouldn't be too tight. Kimble then ran her fingers through Beyoncé's hair, using a styling cream to "create a little more texture." Here, her sequined leather booties are by Cesar Paciotti.
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