We often find our beauty inspiration from the red carpet and the 66th Prime Time Emmy Awards did not disappoint. All of our favorite television stars hit the carpet and they brought the glamour!
Flip through for all of the can’t-miss looks!
Hairstylist Mara Roszak gave the actress choppy texture by dabbing L’Oréal’s Advanced Hairstyle TXT IT Hyper Fix Putty ($5) onto the ends, piecing them apart.
With warm cheeks and nearly nude lips, Kerry Washington let her navy blue smoky eye do all the talking.
Kaley Cuoco's shimmery pink beauty look was created by makeup artist Jamie Greenberg, who used Mark.'s Touch & Glow Shimmer Cream Cubes All Over Face Palette ($16) to give her cheeks a golden glow.
Smoldering eyes definitely reigned supreme on the red carpet. Makeup artist Jake Bailey created Natalie Dormer’s using Urban Decay’s 24/7 Glide-On Eyeliner ($20) in Perversion on the upper lash line and Smog on the lower lash line.
Laura Prepon’s romantic low bun and luminous skin were the perfect complement to her structured Gustavo Cadile gown. Makeup artist Coleen Campbell-Odwell used Simple's Protecting Light Moisturizer with SPF 15 ($12) to create a smooth base for Prepon's face makeup, then used a damp Beauty Blender ($20) to stipple Giorgio Armani's Luminous Silk Foundation ($62) over her skin. For her peachy lip, Campbell-Odwell reached for Laura Mercier's Crème Smooth Lip Color ($27) in Brigitte.
Hairstylist Renato Campora wanted to do something a little modern to contrast the old Hollywood glamour vibe of Jones’ makeup. Campora prepped the actress' hair with Vidal Sassoon’s Pro Series Mega Firm Hold Gel ($6), rough-dried it with his hands, and added more gel for extra texture. Then he pulled her hair back into two twists.
Mad Men beauty Teyonah Parris rocked an oversized bun and an exaggerated cat eye.
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Heidi Klum showed up looking bronzed and beautiful. Flirty eyelashes and nude lips topped off the look.
Michelle Monaghan kept things simple (and stunning) with cascading curls and a pink pout.
Laverne Cox’s twisted locks were the perfect choice to show off the detailed neckline of her white gown.
Makeup artist Kate Lee made the eyes and lips the focus of Paré’s look. Lee used a combination of Chanel’s Lumières Facettes Quadra Eye Shadow ($60) in Quadrille and Chanel’s Ombre Essentielle Soft Touch Eyeshadow ($30) in Hésitation. On the lips, she used Chanel’s Rouge Coco Hydrating Crème Lip Colour ($35) in Orchidée.
Allison Williams looked fresh with glowy skin, long lashes, and soft pink lips. “Allison had just returned from her summer vacation so her skin was sun-kissed,” said Pati Dubroff, celebrity makeup artist. “We decided to go with a soft look. I dubbed this ‘pretty in pink with a flash’—the pink is on the lid, the cheek and the lip, while the flash is a dash of bright yellow gold on the inner corner of her eyes, which complimented the bright yellow grosgrain belt on her dress.” Dubroff layered Tarte's LipSurgence™ Matte Lip Tint ($24) in Lucky and the brand's Amazonian Butter Lipstick ($16) in Golden Pink for the perfect lip.
Hair stylist Richard Marin gave Taylor Schilling a “'60s-inspired updo” with a volumized messy chignon. He used L’Oréal’s Advanced Hairstyle Boost It Volume Inject Mousse ($5) to create lift at the crown. Makeup artist Tina Turnbow created a look for Schilling that she described as "ethereal and angelic," inspired by the sparkle of Schilling's Zuhair Murad couture gown. To give her a lit-from-within glow, she used Laura Mercier's Bonne Mine Stick Face Colour ($32) in Pink Glow on the apples of her cheeks.
Lizzy Caplan went for pure glamour with groomed brows, smoky eyes, and sleek hair. "Lizzy's gown made a statement with the dramatic train and its bold silhouette," hairstylist Marcus Francis said. "We felt the focus should be on the dress, and kept the hair clean and classic." He applied Suave Professionals' Natural Infusion All Day Body Leave-In Foam with Seaweed ($6) throughout her damp hair, made a deep side part, then blow dried with a round brush for a smooth finish that still had volume.
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