The Best Beauty Looks at the 2018 Emmys
Jessica Biel’s Perfect Pink Lip
With her mouth the focal point of the look, makeup artist Kara Yoshimoto Bua started by softly applying a peach lip liner, Chanel Le Crayon a Lèvres in Natural, around the edge of the lips. Then she dabbed Chanel Rouge Allure Liquid Powder in Avant-Gardiste on top. Lastly, she applied Chanel Rouge Allure Velvet Extrême in Idéal on the center of the lip "for a light ombré effect.”
Issa Rae's Sparkly Manicure
As if the 3,000 crystals on her Vera Wang jumpsuit weren't enough, manicurist Eri Ishizu added a little more sparkle on her nails. "We used Essie’s 'Venture to the Venue,' a shimmering vanilla-white from the brand’s new Concrete Glitters collection," says manicurist Eri Ishizu. "The shade was stunning against her skin tone and truly brought the whole look together."
Mandy Moore’s Effortless Waves
We’re sure the This is Us actress’s hair actually took a great deal of effort, which is exactly why we’re bringing a picture to our hairstylist ahead of our next date night — along with these brilliant tips from her hairstylist Ashley Streicher. First, spray damp hair with Garnier Anti-Humidity Smoothing Milk and Beach Chic Texture Spray, then let it air dry. Then, blow dry hair with a small round brush to begin to set this loose, wavy texture. Next, use two different size T3 irons to create a more natural look throughout.
Tracee Ellis Ross’s Vibrant Lids and Lips
Go bold or go home seems to be her forever makeup motto. And the nominee didn’t disappoint tonight, going for winged-out salmon eye shadow (actually a mix of Charlotte Tilbury's Hot Lips lipstick in Tell Laura with Eyes To Mesmerise shadow in Bette) and a fuchsia lipstick (a blend of the brand's Hot Lips lipstick in Carina's Love with Hollywood Lips in Screen Siren, dabbed out by makeup artist Lisa Storey's fingers for more of a "stain" effect) to go with her major pink dress.
Evan Rachel Wood’s Twisted Chignon
“I wanted her to walk down the carpet looking like a gorgeous Renaissance painting,” says the actress’s hairstylist John D. So, the pro created romantic waves using a two different irons: the GHD classic curve curl iron “to create an ’S’-shaped finger wave pattern, and the GHD platinum+ styler to create a softer bend. Then he gathered her hair, twisted and pinned it into place, and added some fresh, seasonal flowers to complete her look.
Judith Light’s Soft Smoky Eyes
The eyes have it! While the nominee's lemon dress could easily have stolen the show, we’re equally in love with the shimmery, neutral hues on the actress’s lids.
Kristen Bell’s Luminous Skin
Tiffany Haddish’s Cat Eyes
With a classic wing and just a touch of gloss on her lips, the comedienne let her eyes do the talking.
Vanessa Kirby’s Gorgeous Blowout
"Her silk column dress was elegant and sleek, and we wanted to make sure that her hair felt very sophisticated and polished to go with her gorgeous dress,” says hairstylist Bryce Scarlett. His product trio for shine, volume and sleekness? A dime size of Moroccanoil Treatment Light distributed throughout her hair, followed by Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse at the roots of the hair and Morccocanoil Blow Dry Concentrate at the ends to create a smooth and polished blowout.