While half the country was sound asleep Thursday night, Beyoncé was plotting the most major Instagram moment of the year. Well, aside from her pregnancy announcement, of course. The mother of three, who gave birth to her twins Rumi and Sir Carter last month, shared the twins’ first publicly-released photo with the world. And while many things caught our attention: their precious faces, her cascading purple and blue dress accompanied by a floor-length blue veil, a flower arch and the perfectly-trimmed shrubs to each of her sides, we also noticed that her usual glam squad — which consists of hairstylist Neal Farinah and makeup artist Sir John — wasn’t responsible for her look.

Naturally, we had to find the pros who were on hand for this magical photo-op. Here, everything you need to know about them.

Esteen has long been in the Knowles-universe—she’s worked with Solange for a while, and has worked with Beyoncé multiple times over the past few months, along with their mom Tina.

According to Instagram, Lizama just began working with the star a few months ago, but he has been working with her mom for a few years. Also on his client roster? Mariah Carey, Kim Kardashian and Ariana Grande, to name a few.

While she seems to be switching up her hair and makeup teams from time to time, there’s only one person the Queen trusts with her hair color — and that’s her longtime colorist, Rita Hazan, who once again took credit for the star’s Bey’s flawless shade.


Addendum: Bey has just posted on her official IG a few new pics with partner in crime Jay-Z. Perhaps a sign and testament of their love and the love of both their respective masterpieces (i.e. babies, Lemonade, 4:44).  Check out the new pics above where we see them both in a loving embrace – and peep a full body pic of Bey post pregnancy…she’s like a queen, y’all. Also, tickets to Jay-Z’s impending 4:44 Tour are now up for grabs via ticketmaster. Click here to place your order(s) now. And don’t forget to #THINKLIKEUS. 

-Team Snkrbst

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