Caitlin Clark's WNBA Draft Night Glow Included a Just-Released Glossier Product

Her look just made sports history—and it's available now.

Caitlin Clark
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Caitlin Clark, basketball superstar and newly-minted rookie on the Indiana Fever, had a night of historic firsts at the WNBA Draft on April 15. Not only did she wear a full Prada outfit for the career-defining evening—a first for any basketball draft ever—but her beauty look included a just-launched product from Glossier, the official beauty partner of the WNBA since 2020.

Makeup artist Raisa Flowers gave Clark Glossier’s signature glowing base by teaming the Priming Moisturizer Balance and the Full Orbit Eye Cream with a layer of Futuredew, an ultra-glowy highlighter-primer hybrid. Flowers then added a touch of sun protection using the Invisible Shield SPF50, a freshly updated version of their original sunscreen, which officially launched on April 16.

Caitlin Clark arrives at the 2024 WNBA draft pick wearing a prada set

No.1 pick Caitlin Clark attended the WNBA Draft last night in head-to-toe Prada and a face full of Glossier.

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The revamped formula now has a higher SPF and is designed to be non-greasy and breathable with no white cast. Clark put that claim to the test (and proved it right!) in a deluge of photos from the orange carpet, where she shined without looking shiny.


Clark got touched up from Flowers ahead of the night's festivities.

(Image credit: Raisa Flowers)

The rest of Clark's look was comprised of best-selling products. A combination of the Stretch Foundation and two shades of the matching Stretch Concealer evened out Clark’s skin tone and gave her a natural-looking finish. Two shades of the brand’s Cloud Paint cream blush (Soar and Puff, for reference) combined for pinky flushed cheeks—almost like she'd gotten a few free throws in before the carpet. Then Haloscope, the brand’s stick highlighter, heightened her glow.

Two eyebrow products, Boy Brow and Brow Flick, gave the rising star's brows added dimension. Clark's eye look was kept natural with champagne shades courtesy of the brand’s neutral eyeshadow palettes and its cream eyeshadow, Lidstar, in the shade Moon. A few swipes of lengthening Lash Slick mascara, a touch of pinky-tinted lip balm, and a clear gloss finished off the look—fit for shooting her shot in fashion and beauty.

Keep scrolling to shop every product Clark used to get her best-in-class glow.

Julia Marzovilla
Fashion E-Commerce Editor

Julia Marzovilla is the Fashion E-Commerce Editor at Marie Claire, where she reviews the latest launches from fashion and beauty brands, finds the best on-sale items around the internet, and interviews experts to find the best products in any category to share with her readers. She also creates shopping guides that span every vertical on the site as an expert in everything from the best laptop bags to the best laser hair removal devices.

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