November 18, 2015 07:11 PM

We’re just going to say it: Gwen Stefani‘s makeup on Tuesday’s episode of The Voice was B-A-N-A-N-A-S! The singer’s ’60s-inspired look, created by celebrity makeup artist Mary Phillips, was playful, dramatic and obviously super gorg.

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Phillips, who’s been working with Stefani this season on The Voice, was the makeup pro behind the jaw-dropping Sharon Tate-inspired beauty moment, which perfectly paired with the star’s ensemble for the night: a graphic Gucci minidress and thigh-high Casadei boots.

The makeup pro gave the star a thick, winged cat eye, wrapping the liner all around her eye. And to amp up the graphic appeal, Phillips drew a thin line over Stefani’s eyelids (in the opposite direction) that connected to the end of the flick. She then coated Stefani’s lashes with lots of mascara to create a clumpy, slightly separated Twiggy-esque eye look.

To keep the drama on the eyes, Phillips kept the singer’s lips neutral, opting for a nude gloss with a lacquer-like finish.

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But Tuesday night’s makeup moment only slightly topped Stefani’s graphic cat-eye look from the previous night’s episode.

Phillips, who also did the star’s makeup that night, gave Stefani a similar cat-eye look but amped up the drama with a shimmery bronze smoky eye. And for an added pop to brighten the singer’s eyes, it looks as though Phillips created a reverse cat eye with a single white liner lined on Stefani’s waterline.

Phillips completed the look with a few swipes of mascara (applied again with a heavy hand) and painted on a similar-hued nude gloss on the star’s lips to keep the eyes the focal point.

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Go ahead and blame Stefani if you and your co-workers all show up to the office looking like Twiggy tomorrow morning. We’ll be joining you.

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Which one of Gwen’s makeup moments is your favorite? Are you a fan of her graphic cat eye? Share below!

–Sarah Kinonen

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