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All eyes were on the red carpet outside the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday evening for the 94th annual Oscars.
Hollywood's biggest names donned an array of show-stopping designer ensembles, from Zendaya in a dazzling Valentino skirt to Billie Eilish in a voluminous Gucci gown.
As the couture creations did most of the talking, the majority of A-listers opted for a more muted palette when it came to their beauty and one make-up artist in particular was behind several of the flawless complexions: Charlotte Tilbury.
The celebrity British make-up artist's eponymous make-up line was behind a vast amount of Oscar beauty looks, as Tilbury herself, as well as a whole host of celebrity make-up artists, used multiple products from her coveted brand.
While celebrities skin preparation products of choice varied from the award-winning Charlotte Tilbury’s Magic Cream to Charlotte Tilbury’s Hollywood Flawless Filter, there was one affordable product many famous faces had in common - and it had to do with creating the perfect nude lip.
Charlotte Tilbury's Pillow Talk range should need no introduction, for years it has dominated the red carpets, as its lip liners and lipsticks help to create a nude shade that flatters all skin tones.
For the 2022 Oscars, one product in particular seemed to come out on top: Tilbury's Lip Cheat lip liner, which is only £17 and is so popular one is sold every two minutes.
Meanwhile, Penelope Cruz's mixed two shades of the liner: Iconic Nude and Pillow Talk Medium. Best Supporting Actress winner, Ariana DeBose, also went with the lightly warm berry toned Pillow Talk Medium on the red carpet.
The lip liner continued to be favourite as the Oscars night went on at the Vanity Fair after party.
Buy it: Lip Cheat in Pillow Talk | £17 from Charlotte Tilbury
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