Reese Witherspoon’s Emmys 2020 Skin-Care Routine Cost Only $55

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Reese Witherspoon was absolutely glowing at the Emmys 2020—a ceremony she attended from her very own backyard. She had Kerry Washington and members of her Little Fires Everywhere, The Morning Show, and Big Little Lies teams over for a socially distant party. (There was no formal audience at the Emmys this year due to coronavirus restrictions.) 

Even though there was no traditional red carpet, Witherspoon still went all in with her fashion and glam for the big night. She looked amazing, of course, with soft waves in her hair and a stunning red lip. But we couldn’t stop staring at her luminous skin in a photo she posted on Instagram with the caption, “Shortest #Emmys commute yet!”

That glow! 

We got the full breakdown on Reese Witherspoon’s Emmys 2020 skin-care routine, and the best part is the whole thing cost only $55. Her makeup artist Kelsey Deenihan used The Inkey List to get the actor’s skin ready before applying makeup. “Virtual awards or not, makeup is makeup, and proper skin prep is always essential before starting with any color,” Deenihan said in a release.

First, she cleaned Witherspoon’s skin and used The Inkey List Hyaluronic Acid ($7.99), a super-moisturizing serum that hydrates and plumps the skin. 

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“I applied a few drops of The Inkey List’s Q10 serum ($6.99), which is chock full of antioxidants, protecting the skin against damage caused by free radicals and the environment—especially beneficial with the current poor air quality on the West Coast,” Deenihan said. She then applied The Inkey List Peptide Moisturizer ($14.99), calling it “fast-absorbing without compromising extreme hydration.”

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The INKEY List Peptide Moisturizer

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For the undereye area, she chose The Inkey List Caffeine Eye Cream ($9.99), which is meant to reduce puffiness and keep concealer from creasing. Finally, Deenihan applied The Inkey List Polyglutamic Acid ($14.99) to Witherspoon’s skin. She called it “the perfect makeup base or ‘primer’ to lock in moisture and create a thin veil over the skin, allowing makeup to glide on seamlessly for an overall even application.”

The INKEY List Caffeine Eye Cream

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The INKEY List Polyglutamic Acid Hydrating Serum

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Skin that glows like that for only $55? We’re all in. 

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Originally Appeared on Glamour