James Charles Did A Billie Eilish-Inspired Makeup Look And I’m Positively Screaming

FINALLY, the collab we’ve been waiting for! Ok, well, kind of. YouTuber James Charles just dropped a Billie Eilish-inspired makeup look and even though I’m pretty sure Billie had nothing to do with it, the look is pretty freakin’ sick and I’m sure she’d approve.



a couple of people that are looking at the camera: James basically turned Billie's slime green mullet into a makeup look, layering fluorescent green and blue over a matte black eye and matching lip.


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James basically turned Billie’s slime green mullet into a makeup look, layering fluorescent green and blue over a matte black eye and matching lip.

In his latest video, “iOS14 Homescreens Pick My Makeup” the beauty guru used his famed glam skills to pay tribute to the pop star. “She has a very, like Billie Eilish green and black, neon-inspired lockscreen,” said James, showing viewers the screen design he planned to translate into a makeup look.

Though Billie’s makeup routine usually consists of – well, nothing, James still fully channeled the singer’s aesthetic with his over-the-top look. He basically turned Billie’s slime green mullet into a bold eye, layering fluorescent green and blue (another hair color favorite of Billie’s) over a matte black eye and matching lip.

Instead of rocking a full face like James, Billie usually uses her clothes to make a statement. She loves neon colors, graffiti print, and piles of silver chains – all of which James used in this look.

Of course, the vlogger wore a Billie-style outfit to match, posing for a selfie in a T-shirt from her merch line and a ton of silver necklaces. He captioned the photo with one of her most famous songs, writing: “when we all fall asleep where do we go?”

Ok, now can James do Billie’s makeup, like he did Jojo Siwa’s? Cause I would LOVE to see that.

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