Caitlin Clark Wore a Brand-New Glossier Product to the WNBA Draft

Caitlin Clark Wore a Brand-New Glossier Product to the WNBA Draft

Caitlin Clark getting her makeup done

Courtesy of Glossier

It’s a weird time for beauty and fashion. We have Carebear-themed eyeshadow palettes and F1 racing is the biggest thing in style. We’re in the era of the ultra-collab, where everyone is teaming up for the next big viral moment. Some of these feats don’t necessarily make sense (Velveeta cheese and hair dye?), but one that does is Caitlin Clark wearing full Glossier glam to the WNBA Draft. The brand was the first official beauty sponsor for the league starting in 2020, so it only makes sense that they glammed the Iowa star for her big night. 

Caitlin Clark WNBA draft

On April 15, the number one draft pick rolled up to the orange carpet in a full Prada look that was equal parts sporty and chic. She shined in a soft pink satin blazer set (the shade is so similar to Glossier’s signature millennial pink color) that was layered over a crystal Prada bra top. In hand was a patent leather top-handle bag and a bevy of other accessories including clear-pink sunnies and a wrist stack of silver and gold bracelets.

The Prada pairing might have felt like a great match, but Clark’s Glossier look was even better. Raisa Flowers is the makeup artist responsible for Clark’s subtle beauty look that featured a glossy lip and radiant complexion. 

To prep the skin, Flowers used Glossier’s hero skincare such as their Priming Moisturizer($26) and Full Orbit Eye Cream ($28). Clark was the first to wear the brand’s new Invisible Shield SPF50 Sunscreen ($32), which just dropped today.

Next, Flowers used the Stretch Foundation ($35) and Stretch Balm Concealer ($22) which gave Clark her dewy complexion. Of course, Flowers used Glossier’s cult favorites like the Cloud Paint Blush ($22) in shades Soar and Puff to get her soft, pink-flushed cheeks along with Ultralip ($20) in Pony for her barely-there rosy lip look.

Caitlin Clark WNBA Draft

Angel Reese, another one of WNBA’s newest stars, also showed out at the Draft with an edgy manicure that put a spin on coquette core. The verdict’s in: The WNBA is having a beauty and fashion revival, courtesy of Clark and company.


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