Gaga, 36, shocked viewers on Sunday when she took to The stage, faceless, to perform “Hold My Hand” at The awards show – despite walking The red carpet InFull glamor just hours before.
No matter Which makeup remover Tanno used, it left No trace of The “Paparazzi” singer’s heavily accentuated smoky eyes, expressive red lips and bright blush – leaving viewers begging for answers.
“I really want to know what makeup remover Lady Gaga uses,” one Twitter.com/Piano_Julia1/status/1635101158007242756″>person wrote on Twitterwhile another Twitter.com/NicoleConlan/status/1635099700729884675?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1635099700729884675%7Ctwgr%5Ea5239a6f449192ff3b4bd9449bb03bbfaf8c3e42%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fpagesix.com%2F2023%2F03%2F12%2Flady-gaga-goes-makeup-free-for-oscars-2023-performance%2F”>he joked“Excuse me, how was Lady Gaga able to remove all that makeup so quickly and streak-free? If I wash my face like 5 times, I still go to bed looking like The Joker.”
Tanno Has yet to reveal what magical makeup remover she used on Gaga, but she does said Harper’s Bazaar a few years ago that she Is a fan of Lancôme Bi-Facial Double-Action Eye Makeup Remover.
“I like to kick old school, I like Lancôme Bi-Facil,” she said at The time, also noting The cleansing powers of good argan oil.
“Gaga taught me that,” Tanno added. “If you Have heavy eye makeup or waterproof products, just plain argan oil Is really great to just remove everything and melt it down. I learn so much from her!”
Not only did Gaga ditch her glamor for a “profoundly personal” performance, she also traded her Versace gown for a T-shirt, ripped black jeans and sneakers.
Oscars showrunner and producer Glenn Weiss later explained why The “Bad Romance” singer chose to strip, saying she wanted The moment to be “raw”.
“She was really appropriate about The fact that it’s a meaningful song for her and she wanted to really strip it down and do it Not as an ‘Oscar performance’ but as her” said The Hollywood Reporter. “And that’s what we were trying to capture.”