This Beauty Product Was Everywhere at the 2017 Oscars

Why Taraji, Chrissy and Rashida love this blush

By Diana Nguyen Feb 27, 2017 8:34 PMTags
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If the celebs at the 2017 Oscars taught us anything, it's to turn the other cheek.

While you may have noticed cheekbones were especially prominent on Sunday night's red carpet, beauty junkies everywhere realized several stars were wearing the same creamy consistency on their visage.

What was this popular product? Was it a cult favorite like Nars Blush Orgasm or the highly anticipated Benefit Galifornia blush (out late March)? In a major promotional push, Glossier launched its new Cloud Paint blushes for celebrity trial and your review.

Oscars 2017: Best Beauty Looks

The brand enlisted several A-list makeup artists to apply the lightweight gel-cream formula on their clients. Makeup maven Ashunta Sheriff applied Dusk, a brownish nude, onto Taraji P. Henson's face, then applied Enlight by Danessa Myricks in Halo on the actress' cheekbones, for a rich, vibrant effect.

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While pro Jamie Greenberg applied Haze, a berry hue, slightly above Rashida Jones' cheekbones to naturally perk up the actress' look for the Vanity Fair party.

We know Chrissy Teigen loves her bronzer, so makeup artist Mary Phillips dabbed on the sheer, buildable cream to subtly enhance the model's contour.

Oscars 2017: Best Dressed Women
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Other celebs who wore the new product include Martha Hunt, Josephine Skriver, Allison Williams and Nina Agdal.

But let's be honest:  Celebs wear anything well. While the pigments are pretty, we're more excited about what the formula claims to do: Key ingredients include collagen (to plump), a silky texture (for application you can do with your fingertips) and blurring powders (read: no streaks).

Will this product look as good in real life as it did on the red carpet. You'll have to wait to find out.  

Glossier Cloud Paint officially launches March 2.

For complete Oscars coverage, tune in to E! News at 7 p.m. and Fashion Police at 8 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 27.