It’s a tie! We looked at 22 of the top magazines and no one MUA dominated. Essence didn’t credit any makeup artist for the Obama cover, which is too bad. We’d love to know who did it and what products they used. Read on to see who did what…and whom.   Allure (Jessica Simpson)--Jeannia Robinette Cosmopolitan (Carrie Underwood)--Rachel Goodwin Elle (Keira Knightley)--Kay Montano Essence (Barack and Michelle Obama)--No makeup artists credited Glamour (Victoria Beckham)--Fulvia Farolfi Harper’s Bazaar (Kate Moss)--Charlotte Tilbury Instyle (Anne Hathaway)--Kate Lee Interview (Jay-Z)--Osvaldo Salvatierra Latina (Arlenis Sosa)--Renee Garnes Lucky (Keri Russell)--Tina Turnbow Marie Claire (Jennifer Garner and Jessica Biel)--Kara Yoshimoto Bua More (Lauren Graham)--Angela Levin Nylon (The Vampire Diaries Stars Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder)--Fiona Stiles O The Oprah Magazine (Oprah Winfrey)--Reggie Wells Redbook (Julia Louis-Dreyfus)--Karen Kawahara Seventeen (Lauren Conrad)--Amy Nadine Teen Vogue (Mia Wasikowska)--Pati Dubroff Town & Country (Rose Byrne)--Genevieve Vanity Fair (Abbie Cornish, Kristen Stewart, Carey Mulligan, Amanda Seyfried, Rebecca Hall, Mia Wasikowska, Emma Stone, Evan Rachel Wood, Anna Kendrick)--Mary Greenwell Vogue (Tina Fey)--James Kaliardos W (Megan Fox)--Lucia Pieroni V (Dakota Fanning)--Lisa Butler


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