Reese Witherspoon’s Emmys make-up breakdown

Reese Witherspoon posing for a picture

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The Emmys may have gone (mostly) virtual this year, but that didn’t stop the stars when it came to the glamour stakes.

From Tracee Ellis Ross’ show-stopping ruffled gold lamé Alexandre Vauthier gown, to Regina King’s T-shirt honouring Breonna Taylor worn under a hot pink Schiaparelli trouser suit. And not forgetting the custom Armani Privé outfit worn by Zendaya that stole the show.

Reese Witherspoon also kept the glam stakes high, in a low-cut black cocktail dress to host an Emmys party at her home, with Kerry Washington and cast and crew members from her various shows all invited.

Pat McGrath Labs make-up artist Kelsey Deenihan was behind her cosmetics and gave us the lowdown on exactly what products she used.

“Reese’s black cocktail dress inspired a classic red carpet look – a warm neutral eye and a pop of matte red on the lips,” she shared with us.


Skin Fetish: Sublime Perfection Foundation in Light Medium 8 was applied all over the face and décolletage, Skin Fetish: Sublime Perfection Concealer in Light 4 was applied to brighten under the eyes, and Skin Fetish: Sublime Perfection Blurring Under Eye Powder In Light was used to set the concealer and prevent creasing.


Mthrshp Mega: Celestial Divinity Palette shade Bronze Nebula was used on the eyelid and below the lower lash line, and Major Mahogany was swept through the crease and outer corner for added dimension and drama. PermaGel Ultra Glide Eye Pencil in Shade added definition to the outer corners and lower lash line, and a few generous coats of Dark Star Mascara in Xtreme Black was applied for maximum drama.


Elson 2 Mattetrance Lipstick, the perfect red carpet crimson, was applied over PermaGel Ultra Lip Pencil in Major, which defined the lips.

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