Primetime Emmys 2010 Beauty: Jenna Fischer

Jenna Fischer looked STUNNING last night, which makes me so happy. She’s one of those friend-in-my head celebrities (as Wendy Williams says). I’m so loving her slightly be-dazzled beaded dress and her subtly suitable makeup that Molly R Stern created for her. Here, the beauty breakdown in the words of Molly:

Last night, Jenna wore a gorgeous vintage Versace gown. Vintage yes, but it had these amazing graphic red appliqués which made the dress quite modern. With that in mind, we chose to keep the makeup simple and fresh and neutral.  The last thing I wanted to do was compete with the amazing color of the dress.  
To start, I prepped Jenna’s skin with Jurlique Lavender Hydrating Mist, then I lightly moisturized her skin with SK-11 facial treatment essence. Next I based her skin with Chantecaille Future Skin foundation.  On Jenna’s cheek, I wanted the look to be flushed, but not too rosy.  I chose COVERGIRL Simply Ageless Sculpting Blush in Plush Peach for the perfect glow.  Jenna’s eyes are simple, I based the lid with By Terry’s Ombre Blackstar in bronze fire.  Then I dusted the metallic beige of the NARS duo shadow in Rajasthan over the top and up into the crease.  For her lash line I smudged out the COVERGIRL LiquiLineBlast in Brown Blaze and then coated her lashes with COVERGIRL LashBlast Fushion in Brown.  
Finally, we wanted her lip to look defined yet super soft.  A nude with a pinch of color.  I went with the sheer stain of Josie Maran magic marker lip and cheek stain in Mambo and went over that with COVERGIRL Wetslicks Amazemint Lipgloss in Freedom of Peach.   Her overall look highlighted her features without ever overpowering her.  A delightful finish for a delightful gal.  

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