We may not be able to get our hands on Emma Stone's gorgeous Givenchy gown or Academy Award, but we can recreate her stunning Oscars beauty look at home thanks to her make-up artist Rachel Goodwin. The beauty guru revealed all of the products she used to create Emma's classic Hollywood glamour inspired make-up look on Instagram - and we want it all!
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Rachel shared a photo ahead of Emma's red carpet preparations on Sunday, showing the line-up of products she would be using on the star. "Want to know the secret weapons behind my #Oscar nominee's glowing skin?" she asked, before listing the individual products used. The make-up artist started by applying Sisley Black Rose Cream Mask (£99) to ensure Emma's skin looked plump and hydrated. She also used Sisley's new White Ginger Contouring Oil (launching Wednesday) on the actress' arms and legs.
Rachel Goodwin used these beauty products to create Emma Stone's Oscars look
Next up was Emma's base, which she created using Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer (£23) and the brand's Velvet Matte Skin Tint (£30). Rachel used another yet-to-be released beauty product on La La Land star Emma's skin in the form of Nars' Liquid Blush in Orgasm - a liquid version of the brand's cult powder blusher.
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Nars' Skin Illuminator in Hot Sand (£23) gave Emma a gorgeous glow, while a dramatic red lipstick completed the look. Rachel applied NARS Audacious lipstick (£25) in Mona to Emma's pout, writing on Instagram: "Painting some brick lips on this goddess tonight. #emmastone you couldn't be more beautiful if you tried."
Emma's look was completed with a bold red Nars lipstick
Rachel has worked her magic on a number of Hollywood stars and even did Emma's make-up for her first Oscars appearance in 2010. Sharing a throwback photo of their 2010 red carpet prep on Instagram at the weekend, the make-up artist wrote: "This is us... 7 years ago getting #emmastone ready for her first #oscars I remember how excited we all were especially by the fact that there was gonna be a tribute to the legendary John Hughes. I love this photo so much! Nothing has changed!" And it appears the beauty professional is something of a good luck charm, as she also did Brie Larson's make-up ahead of her Best Actress win at the Academy Awards in 2016.
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