In terms of churning out megawatt star power and magical beauty mayhem, it's safe to say that in 2019, the Emmy Awards might officially edge out other big nights like the
Golden Globes and Oscars where high-voltage A-list sizzle is concerned. (Television is where it's at, folks!) The past year has proven exponentially fantastic in terms of television industry excellence, and we've seen just as many film stars grace the small screen as our favorite tried-and-true TV regulars—a fun and exciting development, indeed.
With all of that combined big and small screen sparkle comes jackpot-worthy beauty moments when all the celebrities hit the red carpet, matching their jaw-dropping fashion choices with equally grand hair and makeup looks. Tonight marks the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards, and if you're as hungry for truly mesmerizing beauty moments as we are, you're in for plenty of glossy, gilded treats worthy of winged statuettes themselves. Ahead, we're breaking down the best beauty moments from the 2019 Emmys red carpet. Keep scrolling—we recommend screen-shotting and trying the looks out yourself ASAP.
Garner looks like an actual statuette with sunset eyes and a metallic gilded lip. Must-have beauty product: Chanel Rouge Coco Gloss in Melted Honey ($30) Usually, we see Adams with flowing mermaid-esque locks, but this year, she went for a bit more edge with a slicked-back fishtail braid and lots and lots of falsies. Must-have beauty product: TRESemmé Thermal Creations Blow Dry Hair Balm ($5) Still rocking crimson strands, Zendaya walks this year's Emmys red carpet with superbly shiny lips, lashes for days, and chocolate-toned lids. Must-have beauty products: Suave Professionals Firm Control Finishing Hair Spray ($3) and oVertone Copper Conditioner Kit ($56) Bedecked in a wash of pale pink, Sandra Oh keeps her look minimal with monochromatic lips, cheeks, and eyes, accentuated with her signature curls piled high atop her head for maximum volume. Michelle Williams's Emmy makeup might be barely detectable (in the prettiest of ways), but that platinum blonde bob poised in a perfect S wave? Obsessed. Must-have beauty product: Chanetecaille Lip Veil Lipstick in Tamboti ($48) Only Nathalie Emmanuel could make us weak at the knees with something as (strikingly) straightforward as a matte red lip, lusciously fluffed brows, and a nose ring. Must-have beauty product: Chanel Rouge Allure Ink Fusion in True Red ($38) Bless Washington for shaking up the *mostly* neutral color palette of this year's beauty red carpet with pimped-out liner game, glossy pink-nude lips, and the ponytail of all ponytails. Oh, and the chicest fringe to pull it all together. Must-have beauty product: TRESemmé Micro Mist Hair Spray Hold Level 2: Curl ($6) Did Basset just make the sky-high hair pouf chic again? Yes. Yes, she did. Must-have beauty product: Ouidad Advanced Climate Control Heat & Humidity Gel ($26) Joey King masters the quintessential "I woke up like this" beauty smolder—lash-heavy gaze, tousled curls, and pert pink lip with an ever-so-subtle shine. Must-have beauty products: Dove Style+Care Volume & Fullness Mousse ($5) and Urban Decay Perversion Mascara ($24) Rachel Brosnahan, we see that glowing skin and gradient sapphire eye shadow—and we salute you. Must-have beauty products: Cetaphil Restoring Lotion with Antioxidants ($20) and Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse ($28) It wouldn't be an Emmys red carpet without Emilia Clarke's glowing skin and gorgeous smile. This year, her beauty aesthetic is full of earthy nudes, her signature bold brows, and a sleek center part with pin-straight strands. Must-have beauty product: Jillian Dempsey Lid Tint in Lilac ($28) Though her look is minimal, we have major appreciation for Bell's healthy, glowing flush plus a glimmer of lilac eye shadow for good measure. Davis never shies away from a major wow moment on the red carpet. Here, her glossy Bordeaux lip stuns against her flawless complexion. Must-have beauty product: L'Oréal Paris Colour Rich Matte Lipstick in Doesn't Matte-R ($6) We're not sure what to obsess over first—Moore's glittery taupe gaze or that voluminous side part. Must-have beauty products: T3 SinglePass Curling Iron ($160) and The Route The Girlfriend Skin-Loving Primer ($50) Turner kept her red carpet beauty look polished and subdued with a peachy-nude lip, brow bone-grazing eyelashes, and sparkle-encrusted lips in a complementary shade of peachy-pink. Must-have beauty product: Pat McGrath Labs Skin Fetish: Sublime Perfection Foundation ($68) Watts loves to pay homage to Old Hollywood glamour on the red carpet, and her sleek angular bob paired with a punchy shade of red lipstick is a beauty grand slam. Must-have beauty product: Chanel Ultra Le Teint Velvet ($50) Is it just us, or is Comer playing Turner's doppelgänger at this year's Emmy Awards? Both actors share a pretty half-up hair look and minimal, earthy makeup. Must-have beauty product: Dove Refresh+Care Volume & Fullness Dry Shampoo ($5) With an intense smoldering eye taking center stage, Laverne Cox keeps the rest of her beauty MO minimal with a lined nude lip and low, swept-back strands. Eris Baker is literally dripping sparkle and whimsy—from her gorgeous earrings to her lilac- and glitter-spackled eyes and cheekbones. A vibrant pop of aquamarine eye shadow is the perfect beauty accent for Lakshmi's seafoam-hued gown. We're seriously into Moore's natural red carpet beauty vibe complete with a gilded lower lashline and ultra-long lashes. And, of course, amazing hair. Must-have beauty product: Pat McGrath Labs Mothership VI Eyeshadow Palette—Midnight Sun ($125) Jameela Jamil stuns with Old Hollywood glamour—siren orange lipstick and undulating waves. Next up: Every Breathtaking Red Carpet Fashion Moment From the 2019 Emmy Awards