Jennifer Aniston Reveals Every Beauty Product Used on Set of ‘The Morning Show’

If you had to choose one, which movie star would you have dinner with? My personal pick, which will forever be Jennifer Aniston, has been my beauty icon for as long as I can remember. Among the questions I would ask if we ever had the chance to chat: What are the beauty products you use on set?

With season two of The Morning Show on the horizon—in early June, HBO announced that the second season will hit on September 17, 2021—we figured there was no better way to celebrate than with a blast back to January to take a look at Aniston’s pre-show prep.

With caption “Dream Team,” Aniston storied a photo of her makeup artist, Angela Levin, and hairstylist, Chris McMillan, in front of a slew of products. While it’s unclear what every product is, we could make out some of the goods at first glance.

To prep the skin, Levin uses Charlotte Tilbury Magic Night Cream ($45), La Mer The Renewal Oil ($135), Dior Dreamskin Skin Perfector ($85), what appears to be Augustinus Bader The Cream ($265), and Tatcha The Serum Stick ($48), which claims to reduce fine lines and minimize UV damage. To finish, he sprays Heritage Store Rosewater Spray ($8).

For foundation, Levin opts for Pat McGrath Skin Fetish: Sublime Perfection Foundation ($68). To blend it all in, she uses the classic beautyblender ($20).

More products we see among the lineup of goodies are Grande Cosmetics GrandeLIPS Hydrating Lip Plumper Gloss ($27) Dr. Hauschka Lip Care Stick ($15), and Tatcha The Kissu Lip Mask ($28). Now that my most-pressing question has been answered, all there’s left to do is add everything to my beauty collection.

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