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All The Lipsticks At The 2019 Emmy Awards To Buy Once The Show Is Over

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The Emmy Awards red carpet has a long history of iconic looks. While there are far too many to name, you can bet that there was always beautifully done makeup to complement the outfit. And at the heart of each of those makeup looks was, of course, a good lipstick. While often overlooked amidst all the glitz and glamour of the dresses and jewelry, many red-carpet looks wouldn't be the same without it — so it's worth taking note of. And since you're probably too distracted by who's winning what, The Zoe Report has rounded up the lipsticks at the 2019 Emmys you absolutely can't miss so that, once it's all over, you can recreate the most important part of your favorite look for yourself.

Just like the dresses, the lipsticks on the red carpet run the gamut. From bright corals to deep, dramatic reds, there's truly something for every person, no matter your style. So keep scrolling to find the lipstick on the Emmys red carpet that's right for you (and a couple of tricks to help you apply it for a celebrity-approved look) — it's pretty much certain you'll find one you need in your makeup bag ASAP. Get ready to pucker up like the stars.

Mandy Moore

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The best way to recreate this neutral lip look? According to the actor's makeup artist, Jenn Streicher, blend LORAC's Alter Ego Matte Lipstick in "Duchess" all over the lips and voila: the perfect Moore pout.

Brittany Snow

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Makeup artist Jenna Kristina posted on her Instagram stories that she used Maybelline lip color in "Vibrant Mandarin" on Snow, creating the perfect pop of color against the actor's pretty blue dress.

Jodie Comer

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Keeping with the simple, natural vibe of Jodie's look, her makeup artist Nina Park used Chanel Rouge Allure Fusion Ink in #802 Beige Naturel to add the perfect amount of subtle color to her lips.

Viola Davis

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Celebrity makeup artist Autumn Moultrie completed Davis' glamorous look with L’Oréal Paris Colour Riche Matte Lipstick in Doesn’t Matte-R and topped it off with clear gloss for a hint of shine.

Sarah Goldberg

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Goldberg went for a natural look to go with her pastel gown, which makeup artist Min Min Ma created by using lilah b.'s Divine Duo Lip & Cheek in "b.true" on both her lips and her cheeks.

Greta Lee

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Lee's makeup artist, Jo Baker, wanted to complement the shiny fabric of the actor's Christopher John Rogers dress. So, she chose a matte lipstick from Giorgio Armani Beauty to contrast the ensemble with a velvety, subtle shade.

Leslie Bibb

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What better way to brighten up a little black dress than a poppy red lip? Bibb's makeup artist Brigitte Reiss-Andersen chose one in MAC Cosmetics shade "Red Rock" that stole the show in the actor's look.

Michelle Williams

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Celebrity makeup artist Angela Levin's inspiration for Williams' look for the Emmys was "the sky, moon, and magnificent colors of a special Hollywood evening," according to a press release. That translated to a pretty, glowing look that the makeup artist completed by using Chantecaille's Lip Veil in Tamboti.