Stylist: Jason Bolden assisted by John Mumblo
Outfit: Prada
Makeup Artist: Paul Blanch using Maybelline
Braider/Hairstylist: Shawnna Courtney
Manicurist: Vanny Nguyen using OPI
Shoes: Prada
Jewelry: Vivenne Westwood and personal staples

Storm Reid looked amazing while attending the world premiere of Universal Pictures‘ “Nope” at TCL Chinese Theatre on July 18, 2022 in Hollywood, California. Here is all you need to know about it.

For the occasion, Storm wore a custom Prada amaranth-colored sequin dress with a low cut back paired with black satin open-toe platform sandals. The design seemed to take cues from past Spring and Fall 2021 collections.

Look 15 – Spring 2021 RTW
Courtesy of Prada
Look 45 – Fall 2021 RTW
Courtesy of Prada

The jewelry pieces she wore with the outfit were staples of her wardrobe, and we can clearly identify a Vivienne Westwood diamond Orb necklace among her priced possessions.

Her makeup consisted of a soft red smokey eye, courtesy of Paul Blanch. The products he used were listed by Maybelline on their Instagram, since as you all may know, Storm Reid is one of the faces of the brand–here they are:

Maybelline – Fit Me Matte Foundation Matte + Powerless in 312 & 334;
Maybelline – Instant Age Rewind Concealer in 140 & 144;
Maybelline – City Mini Palette in ‘Skyscrape Dusk‘;
Maybelline – Colossal Curl Bounce Mascara;
– Maybelline – Super Stay Ink Crayon in ‘Reach High‘.

The hair was long and braided by Shawnna Courtney, who usually does the “Euphoria” actress’ braids for other events too.

Storm’s go-to nail artist Vanny Nguyen created a chrome green French manicure for the Black beauty (it was the same Storm showed off on her birthday a few days prior), using OPI nail polishes in the shades ‘Passion‘ and ‘Alpine Snow‘ for the base. There was no mention of the chrome green shade Nguyen also used to achieve the cool manicure and which was part of the buzz online, sadly.

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Nope is a 2022 American science fiction horror film written, directed, and produced by Jordan Peele under his Monkeypaw Productions banner.

The film follows two ranch-owning siblings who attempt to capture evidence of an unidentified flying object.