All the details we know about Suki Waterhouse’s Emmys Look

Sun-safe and snatched skin…

Content Producer / January 17 2024

The seriously stylish Suki Waterhouse is known for playing her cards close to her chest (we’re looking at her whole R-Patz relationship). But lucky for us, when the star stepped out on the Emmy’s red (ish) carpet on Tuesday (16th January) her glam team (thankfully) were not here to gate-keep the secrets to her look. 

Two aspects that are sadly missing? A how-to on her Karen Sirko-inspired hair and a full run-down of her makeup look. However, Benjamin Puckey star makeup artist did let us in on his vision for the look. Puckey wanted to embody Waterhouse’s ‘carefree essence’, creating a glamorous simple skin look and a blurred pink lip; we think the elevated simplicity suited her perfectly. 

Seriously Indulgent Skincare

Snatched red carpet skin is an absolute essential for the A-listers making their way down the (not-so-chic) Emmys step-and-repeat photo wall. The skin-genius that’s behind so many of the celebs ultra-defined features? Iván Pol. For this red carpet season Pol paired his own brand The Beauty Sandwich along with his de-puffing, non-irritating facial regimen (think radio frequency and infrared lights) with a luxe-meets-nourishing mix of Chanel products. 

So, what was the mix that created her supple glow? While we didn’t get a complete run-down of all the products Pol used for the facial, he showed us that he used both of his own products: The Beauty Sandwich SS01 Secret Sauce (currently sold out but $173 at The Beauty Sandwich) a vitamin-infused firming treatment, along with The Beauty Sandwich SS02 Snatching Sauce ($203 at The Beauty Sandwich). It’s essentially an ultra-hydrating, lifting facial in a bottle. As for the final touch, Pol finished off the skin moment with an incredibly high-end coating of Chanel Sublimage La Crème Texture Suprême ($502 at Myer). 

Sun-Safe Measures

Sure, skipping the sun-safe step for an awards ceremony seems like something that would happen often, especially given that the celebs are spending a serious amount of time sitting inside during the ceremony itself, and the flashback is no doubt feared. But when the sun-safe protection gives a bronzing luminous glow and is infused with skin-loving ingredients it’s worth applying for time spent inside. After all, SPF is essential, always! Puckey used a range of glimmering, glowing Naked Sundays products to highlight the mum-to-be’s beautiful bump (and the rest of her naturally glowing skin). 

Puckey started by prepping (and priming) her skin for the glam makeup to come by using the Naked Sundays Collagen Glow 100 per cent Mineral Lotion ($39.95 at Naked Sundays). The vegan collagen formulation is packed full of skin-loving ingredients, creating a flawless (as we saw) base. 

Using the Naked Sundays SPF Body Buffing Brush ($35 at Naked Sundays) Puckey applied the Golden Glow Body Sunscreen ($45 at Naked Sundays) over her body for a firming, hydrating hit of gold-flecked glory. Puckey then followed it up with an extra glowing punch for a lit from within skin with the Naked Sundays CabanaGlow SPF50 Mineral Glow Serum Drops in ‘Illuminating’ ($45 at Naked Sundays).

Perfectly Polished Mani

Waterhouse’s Chanel partnership extended to her elegant, dress-matching ruby-red nails, with star nail artist Betina Goldstein responsible for yet another stunning celeb nail look. Our favourite part about Goldstein? She shares all the products she uses to create the look AND a helpful how-to. 

Goldstein started the mani moment with her (as we’ve learnt from Margot Robbie's routine) iconic Chanel hand care routine. Starting the routine with an exfoliating buff of Chanel Sublimage Les Grains De Vanille- Purifying and Radiance Scrub ($140 at Myer), Goldstein then layered a coating of nourishing ultra-luxe Chanel Sublimage La Crème Texture Universelle ($590 at Myer) with a few glimmering drops of Chanel Le Blanc Oil ($220 at Chanel). And then we move on to the scarlet nails. 

Goldstein opted for a single coat of (again, perfectly dress-matched) Chanel red. Starting the polishing with a single thin coat of Chanel Le Base ($49 at David Jones), she then applied two coats of the bright ruby-red Chanel Le Vernis in ‘147 Incendiaire’ ($45 at Chanel) before topping it all off with two coats of high-shine oh-so-glossy Chanel Le Vernis Le Gel Top Coat ($45 at Myer).

Fluttering Feathered Lashes

Waterhouse and fluttering cat-eye lashes just go hand-in-hand. So when we learnt that Puckey used a sultry strip from Kiss Lashes (available at Priceline) we were over-the-moon. Unfortunately as we stumbled over our own fingers to search for the eye-elongating, fluttering pair at trusty Priceline, we realised that the New Natural Lashes in ‘Pearl Earring’ haven’t yet been released in Australia. But best believe, we’ll be saving this info (and scouring Priceline regularly) for when they land. 

Main Image Credit: Getty

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Emma Allcock began her career in the world of fashion and beauty in 2015, interning for various PR fashion houses. Naturally her love for style soon extended to beauty, and Emma landed firmly in the beauty and wellness world thanks to an internship-turned-role at local Australian fragrance brand Maison Blanche. One thing that remained consistent whether unpacking accessories or creating social content? Her commitment to an always-perfect manicure. Luckily, she’s since turned her talents to helping her readers achieve the same, writing about all things beauty and wellness. Emma is now a Content Producer for BEAUTYcrew, with her words and recommendations also appearing across beautyheaven. Emma loves the process of diving deep into the world of testing (and writing) about everything from haircare to fragrance. When she’s not slathering her skin in something new, she’s going for an early morning stroll to catch a stunning sunrise (coffee in hand, of course), because life’s all about that wellness balance after all.