White Lotus Hive, Rise Up—16 Products the Real-Life Stars Use
What am I going to do without The White Lotus? For the past seven weeks, I have diligently hovered my finger above the "play" button on HBO until the clock struck 9 p.m., have head-banged to the opening credits (the theme song is unsettlingly catchy), and have woven my theories (some of which were correct) into any and every conversation I've had. In short, I've kind of turned The White Lotus into my entire personality, and now, I'm not really sure if I have one without the show.
Luckily, I'm still finding ways to talk about The White Lotus even though the show is over. Don't worry—I won't tell you any spoilers, but I will share some of the beauty products the cast actually uses in real life. Keep reading for major beauty inspiration that will transport you to a Sicilian vacation (and hopefully also let you survive until the plane ride home).
Haley Lu Richardson
Richardson's character, Portia, might have some questionable fashion choices on The White Lotus, but her makeup never misses. Even when Portia shows up to brunch wearing every TikTok trend from the past year at once, her makeup is always glowy, fresh looking, and the epitome of Gen Z (in a good way). In real life, Richardson's makeup is also always on point.
Recently, Richardson's makeup artist, Omayma Ramzy, shared a behind-the-scenes look at of the makeup products she uses on Richardson. Her lineup includes a viral E.l.f. product, electric lilac eyeliner, and more.
In The White Lotus, Coolidge's character, Tanya, is the epitome of resort glamour. Tanya is always dressed to the nines, wearing outfits that have tons of color, teetering heels, and matching breezy scarves.
When it comes to her beauty, the lady does not play around. Tanya's hair is always perfectly coifed in roller-esque curls, and she's rarely seen without glossy lips. In real life, Coolidge has been known to reach for Charlotte Tilbury and Better Not Younger products—she recently used both brands at the Emmy Awards.
Plaza's character, Harper, doesn't fit in with the rest of the cast. While everyone else is vacation-chic, Harper still looks like a lawyer. She often opts for matte lipsticks and complexion products in the realm of makeup.
When it comes to hair, however, Harper's tousled bob is always serving major inspo. For the recent GQ cover, Plaza's hairstylist, Glenn Ellis, shared with me the hair products he loves using on Plaza to give her the perfect rumpled waves.