See All The Products Issa Rae Used For Her 2017 Emmys Look

LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 17:  Actor Issa Rae attends the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 17, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

See All The Products Issa Rae Used For Her 2017 Emmys Look

The newest CoverGirl did it all for $50.

Published September 18, 2017

It’s hard not to love Issa Rae, especially when she slays the red carpet. Last night, she was looking easy, breezy, and hella beautiful in a full CoverGirl makeup look at the Emmys. ICYMI: She’s the brand’s newest face! 

"Issa's Emmys look was inspired by the vibrant red custom Vera Wang dress she wore,” shared her makeup artist, Joanna Simkin. “We collaborated directly with Vera and all agreed that Issa's luminous skin against the red was the standout star, so we wanted to focus on that with soft smoldering eyes.” 

Getting Emmys ready with @issarae and @covergirl! #CoverGirlMade

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Joanna told us, Both CoverGirl Vitalist Foundation and LashBlast Volume mascara were “key products for the look."

“Since we went for a darker eye, we knew we wanted to keep the lips simple,” she added. “The Melting Pout Liquid Lipstick in Gelebrity was perfect, it was super-pigmented and was the perfect nude to complement the overall glam.”

Want to shop the entire look? We did all the work for you.

COVERGIRL Vitalist Healthy Elixir Foundation in Soft Sable $10

COVERGIRL Lash Blast Volume in Black $6

COVERGIRL Melting Pout Liquid Lipstick in Gelebrity $8

COVERGIRL truNaked Eyeshadow Palette in Nudes $10

COVERGIRL Perfect Point Plus Eyeliner in Charcoal and Black Onyx $6

COVERGIRL Easy Breezy Brow Powder Kit in Rich Brown $9

 

Grand total? Under $50. How’s that wallet-friendly! 

Written by Janell M. Hickman

(Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

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