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The Emmy awards were a blur of gorgeous women gracing the red carpet like wildflowers of sorts. While it is easy to be critical, we are going to focus on the best and the brightest of the Emmys, highlighting the products and looks that really worked for us.
While there were many dresses and actresses who wowed us, here are the ones that really stood out.
With a stunning, figure-hugging sparkly dress and a slightly messy hairstyle, Amy Poehler’s hair, styled by Alix Polillo, was deliberately “messy and edgy,” the stylist said. The stylist used Uberliss hair products.
January Jones showed quite the sultry, far-away look in a 1950’s inspired beauty do from Chanel makeup artist Rachel Goodwin, with just a little bit of edge. Her 1950’s couture also had modern details, so the look translated to the face as well. Since she wanted the face to look very refined, Goodwin used the CHANEL Perfection Lumière Velvet Smooth-Effect Makeup Broad Spectrum SPF 15 Sunscreen in 10 Beige, using a Beauty Blender sponge. The cat eye, a nod to the era, is unmistakeable in this look, and Goodwin used the CHANEL Stylo Yeux Waterproof Long-Lasting Eyeliner in Noir underneath, stretching it at the corners. The lips are CHANEL Rouge Allure Luminous Intense Lip Colour in Coromandel.
Jessica Pare, with her smokey eyes and healthy looking lips, looked very much a screen siren, thanks to Chanel makeup artist Kate Lee, who gave the actress a very healthy skin using the makeup brand’s CHANEL Hydra Beauty Essence Mist. The artist applied a combination of CHANEL Ombre Essentielle Soft Touch Eyeshadow in Hésitation, which is a plum color, and a lavender-grey tone from CHANEL Lumières Facettes Quadra Eye Shadow in Quadrille. “Jessica has beautiful, cornflower-blue eyes, and anything with a pink or orange tint can really make them pop,” says Lee.
A Modern Day Grace Kelly
Credit: NARS Cosmetics
Spencer Barnes for NARS Cosmetics created a modern-day Grace Kelly look for Dancing with the Stars’ Julianne Hough, who wore a bowed Grecian goddess-like outfit with pearls. Barnes used snake eyes paint pot, a one-stroke creamy lipstick called Audacious that was not too flashy or understated, and the Illuminator in 413 BLKR.
Bye, bye bright lipstick. Lancôme Ambassadress Julia Roberts, with her ever widening smile, wore the new Lancome L’Absolu Rouge lipstick in Fleur on her lips (very much a rosebud shade). Makeup artist Genevieve Herr a radiant, natural look with a bronze eye and a sun kissed cheek.