This “Saturday Night Live” actress rocked an ethereal Badgley Mischka gown straight from the Spring 2020 runway. Hairstylist Joseph Maine worked on her looses tresses with Color Wow products, and accessorized them with pearls from The Product Junkie. Makeup artist Cassandra Garcia chose Bobbi Brown Luxe Shine Intense Lipstick in Paris Pink for soft pink lips which complemented the garden look perfectly.
Model and “Pose” actor Indya Moore showed up in an all-white Louis Vuitton ensemble, put together by pro stylist Ian Bradley. The look provided the perfect canvas for her beautiful curls, styled by natural hair specialist Ursula Campbell. Makeup artist Elyse Thoms used Pat McGrath Labs products: Midnight Sun Eyeshadow Palette in shade Astral Solstice (applied with wet brush on the inner corners of the eyes) and Lust Gloss in Flesh Fantasy.
“Fleabag’s” Phoebe Waller-Bridge stole the show not only when she accepted the award for Writing in a Comedy Show, but also when she looked like royalty on the red carpet, sporting a Monique Lhuillier blush gown with sequins and a plunging neckline. And we are so inspired with her wavy bob.
“This Is Us” superstar Mandy Moore was a vision to behold on the purple carpet. Celebrity hairstylist Ashley Streicher dressed up her Brandon Maxwell color-blocked dress with a retro-inspired glam look with over an inch of extra volume at the roots. She used Tangle Teezer’s new Ultimate Teaser comb and all Garnier products. Meanwhile, Streicher’s sister, Jenn did up Moore’s face with an array of Lorac PRO Matte Eyeshadow Palette, including Latte and Corduroy colors. She then brushed Chill Vibes from the LA Palette on top.
Angela Bassett’s age continues to emulate 20 years less than her own, and on the red carpet this year, she brought on the heat with a red retro jumpsuit by Antonio Grimaldi. Her hairstylist Randy Stodghill went for a look that paid homage to the big hair of the 70s, using all Ouidad hair products like Curl Immersion No-Lather Coconut Cream Cleansing Conditioner, the Whipped Curls Daily Conditioner & Styling Primer, and the Advanced Climate Control Heat and Humidity Gel. Makeup artist D’Andre Michael did a full-face of Pat McGrath Labs, lining her eyes with a smoky emerald shadow from the Mothership VI: Midnight Sun Eye Palette.
Zendaya stuns in a custom emerald green Vera Wang dress, and a hair and makeup look worthy of her “Euphoria” character. Her hairstylist Ursula Stephen used Love Beauty and Planet products, along with GHD styling tools to create a romantic style of Hollywood-inspired waves on her warm red hair color. And she topped the look with a spritz of Suave Professionals Firm Control Finishing Hairspray for hold. Celebrity makeup artist Sheika Daley used all Lancôme products to create a smoky eye look with the Color Design Eye Shadow in Amber Allure and Galactic Sapphire, and finished the look with a rosy lipstick.
The Queen of the North hit the red carpet with a feminine Louis Vuitton gown with a structure bodice and a slit in a pale pink, with lips and eyeshadow to match. To pull the romantic look together, hairstylist Christian Wood went for a half-up ponytail using all Wella Professionals hair products. Makeup artist Georgie Eisdell kept her makeup in a fairly monochromatic style, reaching for soft pinks from Pat McGrath Labs.
“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” star dazzled everyone with a sequin gown by Elie Saab, and a makeup look by Lisa Aharon, who selected navy shadows that played with the blues of her dress, for a monochromatic effect. Her hairstylist, Owen Gould, opted for a sleek ponytail look using Moroccanoil Mousse, and the Smoothing Lotion from mid-hair to ends, and the Protect and Prevent Spray. He finished the look with the Moroccanoil Hold Hair Spray.
The “Scandal” actress picked a couture Alexandre Vauthier tuxedo blouse with a popped collar, black sequined pants and peep-toe Louboutin heels. To complement the edgy Cleopatra look, her makeup artist Carola Gonzalez opted for a winged cat-eye look using Neutrogena’s Precision Liquid Eyeliner and Gel Eyeliner in Intense and Neutrogena’s Hydro Boost Plumping Mascara in Black. For the lips, she went with glossy pale pink lips using Neutrogena’s Hydro Boost Lip Shine in Radiant Rose 50 and Haus Lab’s RIP Lip Liner.
As for hair, she opted for a retro-chic combination of curtain bangs and a long ponytail by Takisha Sturdivant-Drew using all Tresemme products.
The Mother of Dragons was the talk to the town last night, not only because she debuted a brand new tattoo along her ribcage, but because her plunging Valentino gown — inspired by J.Lo — also flaunted it perfectly. To complement it, hairstylist Jenny Cho went for severe, center-part, and extensions colored to perfection by colorist Eddie Cook. On the makeup side of things, celebrity makeup artist Jillian Dempsey looked to J.Lo as well for Clarke’s glowy look, with a peachy blush and a caramel lipstick.
Michelle Williams won the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for her portrayal of Gwen Verdon in “Fosse/Verdon.” To accept the award, she wore a custom sequined dress with a floral pattern by Nicolas Ghesquiere by Louis Vuitton. To highlight her buttery blonde bob look by Chris McMillan, makeup artist Angela Levin opted for a full face of Chantecaille makeup, including Future Skin Gel Foundation in Porcelain, the Aqua Blush in Gladiola, Luminescent Eye Shade in Rhinoceros, Hydrating Lip Veil in Tramboti and the Waterproof Brow Definer in Light Taupe.
The “Killing Eve” actress also rocked a monochromatic makeup look matched to her baby pink Zac Posen off-the-shoulder gown. Her makeup artist, Danielle Vincent, went for a blush in a dusty pink shade and pink eyeshadow to coordinate — all Burt’s Bees. For her hair, hairstylist Ted Gibson went for a curly updo inspired by Audrey Hepburn in “War and Peace.” For the look, he used Varis hair tools and Goldwell’s Kerasilk Style line: Forming Shape Spray, Texturizing Finishing Spray and Smoothing Sleek Spray.
“The Good Place” actress Jameela Jamil surprised everyone when she said she did her own makeup for the awards. Bright orange lipstick popped against her pastel teal gown by Monique Lhuillier in very Princess Jasmine fashion. Hairstylist Robert Lopez styled her hair with Oribe products in loose cascading waves with combed out bangs with a middle part.
Kelly Osbourne oozed glamour in a black, cut-out Brandon Maxwell gown. Hairstylist Frankie Hernandez styled her usual lilac hair, this time a more vibrant neon, with a black bow headband, and makeup artist Julianne Kaye stuck to a more pared-down look to help the hair do the talking. Her choice was Charlotte Tilbury lipstick in Victoria, Giorgio Armani Beauty powder, and Pat McGrath Labs light purple color in Mthrshp Subliminal Platinum Bronze palette with Bodyography pigment in Halo.
The “This Is Us” star wore a beautiful grey tulle dress by Tadashi Shoji and brought Euphoria-inspired makeup to the Emmys’ red carpet. Her makeup artist, Camille Ariane, accomplished the look with UOMA Beauty Weightless Soft Matte Foundation, Stila Cosmetics Glitter and Glow Eyeshadow in Sea Siren, Juvia’s Place Masquerade Eyeshadow Palette. For the rest of the face, she did Lemonhead.LA Seapunk and Birthday Cake Spacejam Luxe Glitter Jam, MAC Peachy Keen Blush, and Fenty Beauty Diamond Milk Gloss Bomb. To finish things off, costume designer Neisha Lemle entrusted Sparkle Hair Imports to design and put the final headpiece together.