Every single makeup product Emma Stone was wearing when she won her Oscar

Her dress may have faltered, but her glam never did

Beauty Crew Beauty Editor / March 11 2024

Throughout the 2024 awards season Emma Stone and her glam team have blessed us with stunning looks that are reflective of Poor Things pastel-hued aesthetic, the film that has seen Stone garner best actress nominations all season long. 

Our favourite look of Stone's so far has to be the lavender haze eyeshadow look her makeup artist Rachel Goodwin created for the Screen Actors Guild Awards in February.

The makeup artist joined Stone prior to the 2024 Oscars to help the actress imagine another shade and side to her stint as the beloved Bella Baxter.

Goodwin selected a palette of coral-hued makeup to offset the soft mint shade of Stone's Louis Vuitton gown. Although her peplum dress didn't last the whole night (her zipper busted open during Ryan Gosling's rendition of "I'm Just Ken"), her makeup looked perfect as she accepted the award for Best Actress on the night. 


The exact makeup products Emma Stone wore to the Oscars

To create Stone's flawless 'Bella of the ball' makeup for her big night, Goodwin solely used Charlotte Tilbury's red carpet tested range of skin care and makeup. 


To achieve Stone's dewy and hydrated complexion, Goodwin prepped the actress' skin with the Charlotte Tilbury Magic Water Cream ($149 from Charlotte Tilbury), the Charlotte Tilbury Magic Serum Crystal Elixir ($123 from Charlotte Tilbury), and the Charlotte Tilbury Magic Hydrator Mist ($80 from Charlotte Tilbury).

Base makeup

Goodwin then used Charlotte Tilbury's most lightweight base products to create a flawless finish that still looked like skin. She applied the Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter in shade '2 Fair' ($70 from Charlotte Tilbury) all over the skin, then she minimised the appearance of dark circles and imperfections with the Charlotte Tilbury Beautiful Skin Radiant Concealer in shade '2' ($51 from Charlotte Tilbury), and finally she buffed the Charlotte Tilbury Beautiful Skin Foundation in shade '2 Warm' ($70 from Charlotte Tilbury) into the skin to unify Stone's complexion. 


Goodwin opted for subtlety over a heavy hand to execute Stone's glowy, coral-hued cheek makeup. The makeup artist created a gentle shadow of definition using the Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Contour Wand in shade 'Light' ($60 from Charlotte Tilbury), buffed the Charlotte Tilbury Matte Beauty Blush Wand in the shade 'Pillow Talk Pink Pop' ($60 from Charlotte Tilbury) into the apples of the actress' cheeks and added a pop of light-catching highlight using the Charlotte Tilbury Glowgasm Beauty Light Wand in shade 'Spotlight' ($60 from Charlotte Tilbury) to top it all off. 


Stone's eye makeup was bright with a dash of peachy colour diffused into her socket. Her makeup artist used a few shades from the Charlotte Tilbury The Super Nudes Palette ($95 from Charlotte Tilbury) to create the eye-opening eyeshadow look, and used the Charlotte Tilbury Eyes to Mesmerize in 'Champagne' ($50 from Charlotte Tilbury) to add a subtle wash of shimmer around the eyes. To finish, she painted Stone's lashes with a few coats of the Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Push Up Lashes Mascara ($48 from Charlotte Tilbury).


In our humble opinion, Stone's lip combination was the centrepiece of her pastel-hued makeup look, so we were delighted when Goodwin dished the exact products and shades she used to create the actress' vibrant and glossy pout. The makeup artist lined Stone's lips with the Charlotte Tilbury Lip Cheat in '90s Pink' ($38 from Charlotte Tilbury) and filled in the centre of the lip with the Charlotte Tilbury Charlotte’s Hollywood Beauty Icon Lipstick K.I.S.S.I.N.G. in '90s Pink' ($54 from Charlotte Tilbury) too. Then she applied a light layer of the Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Plumping Gloss ($54 from Charlotte Tilbury) to give Stone's lips that plush, shiny effect.

Final touches

When it came to final touches before Stone headed out the door to hit the red carpet, Goodwin kept things simple. She defined the actress' arches with the Charlotte Tilbury Brow Lift in 'Taupe' ($48 from Charlotte Tilbury), minimised shine as needed using the Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Flawless Finish Powder in shade '1' ($73 from Charlotte Tilbury), and then set everything in place with the Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Flawless Setting Spray ($54 from Charlotte Tilbury).

You know who else looked fantastic on stage at the Oscars? Presenter Issa Rae.

Main image credit: Getty

Briar Clark got her start in the media industry in 2017, as an intern for Marie Claire and InStyle. Since then, her keen interest in fashion and beauty has landed her gigs as a Digital Content Producer and Beauty Editor with titles like Girlfriend, Refinery29, BEAUTYcrew and beautyheaven. She loves the way seemingly innocuous topics like skin care and style have the ability to put a smile on people’s faces or make them think about themselves a little differently. A big believer in self love and experimentation, Briar has made a point of becoming the Australian beauty industry’s unofficial guinea pig for unusual treatments and daring hair trends. When she’s not testing out the latest beauty launches, Briar is big on broadening her horizons, mostly in the form of food but she’s also partial to travelling to new destinations both near and far (and of course, allocating an extra bag to bring their best beauty offerings home with her).

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