10 Drugstore Products Celebrity Makeup Artists Use On The Red Carpet

The Oscars are undoubtedly the biggest night in entertainment, and the awards show draws just as much attention from the fashion and beauty crowds. As A-listers serve up impeccable looks on the red carpet, we can’t forget the masterminds behind the final faces—the makeup artists. While they surely have access to top-of-the-line products, some too luxurious for us everyday folks, this doesn’t mean they don’t still love a good drugstore staple. Here, we’ve compiled a list of the drugstore beauty products celebrity makeup artists swear by for every star from Emma Stone to Chrissy Teigen and even Beyoncé. Shop them all here.


Red-Carpet Ready

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Emma Stone

Emma's makeup artist, Rachel Goodwin, used a bold rouge lip shade by Revlon for this gorgeous red-carpet look.

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Kerry Washington

Makeup artist Carola Gonzalez contributed to Kerry's steak of flawless eye makeup with a smoky eye created with a drugstore palette.

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Chrissy Teigen

Mary Phillips gave Chrissy a sun-kissed glow with a cult-favorite drugstore bronzer.

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Gigi Hadid

Gigi's makeup stayed put throughout her American Music Awards hosting gig thanks to a budget-friendly setting powder applied by Erin Parsons.

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Olivia Munn

Patrick Ta perfected a soft nude lip on Olivia Munn with a hydrating, natural formula.

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Blake Lively

To achieve Blake's allover glow, Kristofer Buckle strobed her facial focal points and her legs with a liquid illuminator.

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Priyanka Chopra

To add a natural flush to Priyanka's bronze skin, Pati Dubroff dabbed a creamy blush onto the apples of her cheeks.

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Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer's complexion is always flawless, but for this year's Grammys, Mary Phillips applied a drugstore liquid foundation as a base.

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Jenna Dewan Tatum

Patrick Ta amplified Jenna's bold cat eye with a set of faux mink lashes from a cult-favorite drugstore brand.

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Even Queen Bey is a fan of this top-selling drugstore mascara that Sir John applied on her lashes for the Grammys.