The Best Hair and Makeup Looks from the 2019 Emmy Awards Red Carpet
Award season is officially here, with the 2019 Emmy Awards kicking things off. And seeing as its the biggest night for TV, celebrities are bringing major glam to the red carpet.
Mandy Moore's voluminous Old Hollywood curls, Jameela Jamil's orange statement lip, and Gwendoline Christie's effortless waves are just a few examples of the night's must-see looks.
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Here, we've rounded up all of the standout hair and makeup moments from the 2019 Emmy Awards red carpet.
The Game of Thrones star went for a regal vibe on the red carpet with uber-dewy skin, red lipstick, and loose wavy hair. TRESemmé Celebrity Stylist John D used TRESemmé's Extra Hold Mousse to bring out Christie's natural wave pattern.
Jamil didn’t shy away from color with her Emmys beauty look. She went with coral blush and an oange lip.
Moore channeled the '90s supers with voluminous curls, soft smoky eyes, and a nude lip. Her hairstylist Ashley Streicher reached for three key products for the star's look: Garnier Fructis Style Flexible Hold Hairspray, T3 Single Pass Curl Iron, and Tangle Teezer The Ultimate Teezer brush. Her makeup artist Jenn Streicher blended shades from LORAC's Pro Matte Eye Shadow Palette and LA Palette together for the smoky eye. A swipe of LUX Diamond Creme Shadow in Cashmere was added on top for a bit of shimmer.
Effortless and glowing, Moore’s beauty look consisted of gold eyeliner on their lower lash line, dewy skin, and natural curls. Makeup artist Elyse Thoms used the 'Astral Solstice' shade from Pat McGrath Labs Mothership VI: Midnight Sun Palette in lieu of a traditional liner.
The Mother of Dragons brought the drama to the red carpet with her sleek center-parted hair and charcoal smoky eye by makeup artist Jillian Dempsey.
A high tousled ponytail, curtain bangs, and kohl-rimmed eyes is the beauty trio that made Washington's look unforgettable. There's a fine line between messy and tangled, which is why Takisha Sturivant-Drew prepped the star's hair with TRESemmé Moisture Rich Detangling Spray. A little bit Brigitte Bardot and a whole lot of rock n' roll, Carola Gonzalez lined Washington's eyes with Neutrogena's Intense Gel Eyeliner and used the Precision Liquid Eyeliner in Black for the cat eye.
Blue eyeshadow is back and it looks nothing like it did in the '80s. With her blonde hair pulled back into a high ponytail, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star's cobalt eye makeup takes center stage. Hairstylist Owen Gould worked Moroccanoil Texture Clay through the ends of Brosnahan's ponytail for a piece-y, lived-in finish. Before reaching for that bold eyeshadow, Lisa Aharon prepped the actress' skin with Cetaphil products.
DuVernay's smudgy eyeliner and locs earned her a place on our red carpet beauty hit list. Her eyes were lined by Adam Burrell with Pat McGrath Labs Permagel Ultra Glide Eye Pencil in Blk Coffee and Perma Precision Liquid Eyeliner.
Taraji P. Henson
Henson brought her '90s asymmetrical bob to the Emmys red carpet. Fluttery KISS lashes and cat-eye eyeliner came along for the ride, too. Ashunta Sheriff complimented the earth tones on the star's eyes with neutral lipstick. She mixed Giorgio Armani Beauty's Matte Nature Lip Maestro Liquid Lipstick in #525 Rose Clay and #102 Sandstone to get the perfect shade. As for her bob's waves, Tym Wallace dried her hair with Dyson's Supersonic Hair Dryer using the diffuser attachment to bring out her natural curl pattern.
Turner's subtle makeup look consisted of soft blush tones. As for her hair, the half-up half-down style was simple and pretty, too.
The Fleabag star brought the Old Hollywood glamour with her side-swept, retro wavy bob and shimmery silver eyeshadow. That eye highlight is the product of Chanel Ombre Première Top Coat in Carte Blanche. Makeup artist Nikki Deroest swept it on the star's eyelid for that extra sparkle.
The How to Get Away with Murder star stunned on the red carpet with her natural curls and berry lipstick. L’Oréal Paris Colour Riche Matte Lipstick in Doesn’t Matte-R is the exact shade makeup artist Autumn Moultrie chose for the night.
Williams's new chocolate brown bob channels Anya Stark. Makeup artist Kendra Mann complimented her new cut and color with silver eye makeup full brows groomed with Burt's Bees Natural Brow Pencil. Hairstylist Ryan Richman protected the star's darker hair by treating it with Dove's Color Protect Conditioner before styling it for the night.
Lyonne mastered two red carpet classics: the loose, volumious bun with tendrils and the cat eye. To get the volume needed for an undone updo, Jilian Halouska prepped the Russian Doll's star's hair with OGX Protecting + Silky Blowout Thermal Primer Cream. Lyonne loves a lash, so Molly Greenwald finished her eye makeup off with Lashify Gossamer Lashes.
King wowed on the red carpet with her curly pixie cut and rosy pink lip. Dimitri Giannetos curled her short hair with two different sized irons for a rock n' roll vibe, then sprayed everything with Dove Care Between Washes Re-Styling Milk for extra shine and definition. Allan Avendano reached for Urban Decay's Vice Lipstick in Sheer Liar and Hi-Fi Shine Lip Gloss in Rapture, a perfect combo for a satin pink-nude lip. King's luminous skin wasn't just the work of a really good highlighter, Avendano worked with Skinsei products to prep it for makeup.
The Game of Thrones star pulled her curls back into a low ponytail to keep the focus on her groomed, full brows and matte red lip. Emmanuel's exact lip shade is a blend of Chanel Rouge Allure Ink in True Red and Rouge Noir. Makeup artist Kesley Deenihan chose the product for its powdery, hydrating, shine-free finish.
Applegate's fuchsia lipstick stands out among the nude and red lips on the red carpet. She finished her look off with loose, soft waves that stylist Adir Abergel made extra voluminous with Virtue Labs Volumizing Mousse.
Zendaya liked her red hair color so much, she dyed it again before hitting the red carpet. The color pops against her warm taupe eye makeup and nude lip gloss makeup artist Sheika Daley applied with Lancôme products. Unilver Stylist Ursula Stephen complimented the star's new copper hair by styling it in loose waves with ghd's Cruve Soft Curl Iron. A mist of Suave Professionals Firm Control Finishing Hairspray held the style in place.
The actress' slick updo and no-makeup makeup is one of those timeless red capret hair and makeup moments. Hairstylist Davy Newkirk kept things tight and flyaway-free with Paul Mitchell INVISIBLEWEAR Air Gel, while makeup artist Simone Siegl brushed Dior Forever Skin Glow all over her face for a dewy complexion.
Bassett's dewy skin gets the award for best highlight of the night. Her curls were pulled into a half-up half-down hairstyle, a popular look on this year's red carpet. The actress' stylist Randy Stodghill scrunched and style-finished her curls with Ouidad Stylutions Revive & Shine Rejuvenating Dry Oil Mist to boost shine.
Adams's fishtail braid and bow is a hairstyle that's just asking to be on Pinterest. TRESemmé Celebrity Stylist John D. locked the style in place with TRESemmé Unscented Extra Hold Hairspray. As for her makeup, she went with a neutral monochromatic look conceptualized by Stephen Sollitto using Burt's Bees makeup and skincare products.
Williams brought her signature platinum bob to the 2019 Emmy Awards. Her makeup was one of the many amazing neutral looks we saw on the red carpet. Makeup artist Angela Levin three Chantecaille Luminescent Eye Shades to create the soft, shimmery eye.
Kim Kardashian West
West's classic glam beauty look included loose waves styled by Chris Appleton. He blow-dried her hair with ghd's Air Hair Dryer and teased her roots for lift and volume before going in with a curling iron. Her sultry smoky eye was created by Mario Dedivanovic with shades from the KKW Beauty x Winnie Eyeshadow Palette.