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The Exact Products that Gave Regina King Her Virtual Red-Carpet Glow

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Award winner Regina King solidified her place as an acting powerhouse with her fourth Emmy win on Sunday night. The star accepted her Emmy for “Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie” for her role in HBO’s Watchmen, which made her tied with Alfre Woodard for the record of most acting Emmys won by a Black performer. 

Before accepting the award from home, she took a moment to grace her very own virtual red carpet in a Schiaparelli Couture by Daniel Roseberry bejeweled blue gown and natural-looking, glowing skin as her main accessory. 

Celebrity makeup artist Latrice Johnson shared in an Instagram post which products she used to get the gorgeous 50-year-old actress ready for her closeup. Koh Gen Do’s Macro Vintage T3 Premium Oil ($150), Oriental Plants Essence ($107) and Cleansing Spa Water ($57) were used to prep her skin.

To enhance her flawless complexion, Johnson used Pat McGrath Labs Sublime Perfection Primer ($60), Sublime Perfection Foundation ($68) in Medium 20 and Medium Deep, and Sublime Perfection Concealer ($32).

The Sublime Skin Highlighting Trio ($50) gave King her goddess-like glow and the new MTHRSHIP MEGA Celestial Divinity Palette—including the shades Bronze Nebula, Lunar Champagne and Major Mahogany which are blended on her lids—tied her look together for a bronzy, natural-looking glam.  

Ardell Lashes and Pat McGrath Labs Permagel Ultra Glide Lip Liner ($28), PermaGel Eyeliner Pencil in Blitz Brown ($28) and Dark Star Volumizing Mascara ($30) topped off the look. 

Even without a red carpet, Regina King is a force. Tonight, she also gets our vote for best virtual red-carpet moment. This is one we won’t soon forget. 

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