The Best Beauty Looks From the 2020 Emmys
Hairstylist Mickey West-Potts created this powerful design for the Insecure star, setting the beauty bar very high. We love that Orji is using her platform and beauty look to advocate for racial equality.
Tracee Ellis Ross
We love a bold lip, and Tracee's purple lipstick is definitely a statement. She slicked her hair back using her own Pattern Beauty hair products which made the lips pop even more.
Leave it to the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star to serve a charming, yet killer, beauty look. Her hairstylist, Owen Gould, gave Brosnahan bouncy and voluminous curls using Dove's Style + Care Volume & Fullness Mousse, and her makeup artist, Lisa Aharon, used Tom Ford's Eye Kohl Intense eyeliner in black and white for that super-cool effect.
We love glossy beach waves all the time, but we especially love them when they're worn by a powerhouse such as Witherspoon.
Yes, King's fashion game slays, and if you look a little closer at her smoky eye, you'll realize that her beauty game is just as strong. To achieve it, makeup artist Latrice Johnson used the Pat McGrath PermaGel Eyeliner in Blitz Blue and Anastasia Beverly Hills' Alyssa Edwards Eyeshadow Palette.
Sparkles? Check. Baby hairs? Check. Sleek braid? Check. This beauty look is just as impressive as her heartfelt Emmys musical performance, and that's saying a lot. Now, where can we get rhinestones for our hair?
"Haven't dressed up in a while so had to make the most of it," wrote the Little Fires Everywhere star on her Instagram post. Washington looks impeccable in her chic bob, cat-eye, and red lipstick.
Barbie or Laverne? Cox presented at E's pre-Emmys show looking like a dream with blonde topknot, pink lids, and voluminous lashes.
Shahidi doesn't just shine, she radiates. The Black-ish and Grown-ish star stunned with her braids, simple face makeup, and a chic cat-eye created with a glittery liquid eyeshadow from Stila.
Everything Zendaya touches turns to gold, including Euphoria, which is exactly why she won the award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama. “Her look is always very natural so we decided to do a retro pixie vibe to complement her polka dot gown,” says makeup artist, Sheika Daley. She accepted the award with a vintage-inspired updo, lip gloss, and tightly lined eyeliner. The star product? Lancôme's ARTLINER Precision Point EyeLiner.