Reese Witherspoon Used The Inkey List To Prep For The Emmys


Witherspoon go-to makeup artist Kelsey Deenihan shared the products she used to create Reese’s Emmy night look and it included an affordable array of skincare products by The Inkey List.

Reese’s Instagram, showcasing her Emmy night look.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with the line, has a similar minimalist, single-ingredient vibe to The Ordinary.

Deenihan told Refinery 29 that she went through a simple five-step routine with Witherspoon, using the Inkey List exclusively.

“First, I began with the hyaluronic acid serum to help hydrate Reese’s skin,” Deenihan explains. “Then, I applied a few drops of the Q10 antioxidant serum, which protects the skin from free-radical damage and is especially crucial given the poor air quality on the West Coast, and followed it with the peptide moisturiser.”

Deenihan then tapped on the Inkey List eye cream, formulated with caffiene as its hero ingredient, to de-puff the eye area and prevent any concealer creasing. The last step before makeup was a thin layer of the brand’s polyglutamic acid, which she describes as, “the perfect makeup base or primer to lock in moisture and create a thin veil over the skin allowing makeup to glide on seamlessly.”

Reese’s beautiful, bold red shade was courtesy of the Pat McGrath shade in Red which given it’s cost doesn’t seem as worth it as the whole range from the Inkey List.


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