Get the makeup look: Kirsten Dunst at the 2016 Emmy Awards

Kirsten Dunst at the 68th annual
Primetime Emmy Awards.
(Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images)
 Kirsten Dunst looked very elegant tonight at the Emmy Awards, in a very soft yet seductive black dress. And although her hair really complemented her style, what really brought the entire look together was her makeup. Dunst teamed up with celebrity makeup artist Pati Dubroff who found inspiration from Uma Thurman's character from the film Henry and June, based in the 1930's. 

So, is it possible to recreate this look at home? Absolutely.  
Dubroff started by prepping Dunst's skin. She applied the Sisley Paris Flower Express Gel Mask for a few minutes. Then, after removing the mask she applied the Sisley Paris Hydra-Global Intense Anti-Aging Hydration along the perimeter of the face. As she continued, she applied the Laura Mercier Foundation Primer throughout the center of the face just before smoothing Dunst's lips with the Sisley Paris Phyto Lip Twist Balm. 
As the celebrity makeup artist continued, she applied the Laura Mercier Candleglow Soft Luminous Foundation in Vanille followed by the Laura Mercier Candleglow Concealer and Highlighter. To finish the face, she used the Laura Mercier Creme Cheek Colour in Rosebud as this creates a much needed flush of color.
The eyes really stand out in this look. For the eyes, Dubroff moistened a flat eye shadow brush with the Sisley Paris Floral Mist Spray. She mixed the Laura Mercier Tightline Cake Eye Liner in Mahogany Brown and the Laura Mercier Tightline Cake Eye Liner in Charcoal Grey to create the perfect cool brown, mushroom-like shade. 
After applying the unique shade to Dunst's eyes, she topped the beautiful starlet's upper and lower eyelids with the Laura Mercier Brow Powder Duo in Deep Blonde. "I believe brow powders can serve as great eye shadows," Dubroff shared. 
Dubroff started curling Dunst lashes using the Surratt Beauty Lash Curler. She, then, applied several coats of the Surratt Beauty Pointilliste Mascara in Noir from the base to the middle of her lashes. Then, she lightly filled Dunst's brows with the Zoe Van Jones Brow Shadow Duo in Sandy.
As the celebrity makeup artist continued to embrace the 1930's theme, she applied the Laura Mercier Sheer Lip Colour in Tender Lips. Pressing the product in with her fingers, Dubroff repeated the process before going in with the Laura Mercier Lip Pencil in Plumberry to emphasize the cupid's bow.
Congratulations! You have just recreated Kirsten Dunst's makeup look at the 68th annual Primetime Emmy Awards. #Emmys