Television's biggest night was certainly packed with standout fashion moments However, we also need to take a bow at all the high-voltage hair and make-up looks the most recognised names in television treated us to.
Click through to see the stars who recently took the purple carpet by storm with megawatt beauty looks.
Mandy Moore’s gorgeous voluminous curls, which came with a deep part, are all about glam. As well as turning up the volume with the hairstyle that was inspired by 90s supermodel Cindy Crawford, the This Is Us actress and first-time Emmy nominee stepped out in a glittery taupe smoky eye, standout brows and a neutral lipstick.
Zendaya went back to being a redhead with warm and rich copper-toned hair that popped off her jewel-green dress. Her locks were styled in old Hollywood-style glamour waves and to match the romantic style, the Euphoria star had a classic make-up look, which included bronzed and glowing skin, bold eyebrows, smoky eyes, luscious lashes and glossy pink lips.
Sophie Turner’s blonde tresses were styled in a sleek half-up half-down ponytail. The princess-style was apt for the Game of Thrones actress, who also earned her first nomination, Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. Her make-up was well in sync with her blush dress, with the monochromatic look including a sparkling pink eyeshadow, light pink lips and highlighter.
Killing Eve star Sandra Oh looked super sweet in a monotone make-up look that featured pink eyeshadow, as well as rosy cheeks and lips to match her flamingo coloured dress. As her make-up look was simple, it was her effortless hairstyle that stood out. The Emmy nominee’s signature curls were playfully styled in a voluminous and messy, yet stylish, updo.
Emila Clarke’s usual bob was transformed into a straight waist-legnth ‘do with a sharp middle parting and glossy finish. The Game of Thrones star, who was nominated for Lead Actress in a Drama Series, confirmed the extensions were a nod to Jennifer Lopez on Instagram. When it came to her make-up look, we noted flawless glowing skin, full brows, classic black eyeliner and a brown-toned nude lip.
Julia Garner was yet another A-lister spotted in a monochromatic look, but this time it came with an unexpected metallic twist, making it perfect party season inspo. The actress, who won Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for Ozark, pulled off the amber/gold eye and lip look with aplomb. Brushed up brows and slicked back hair with a side parting seamlessly completed the look.
Never one to turn down bright colours, Jameela Jamil’s bright coral lipstick and blush were the perfect colour to contrast with her teal dress. The Good Place star, who did her own make-up, paired it with shimmery gold lids and a hairstyle that incorporated her usual bangs with loose waves.
Nathalie Emmanuel’s hairdo was undoubtedly the star of her beauty look. The Game of Thrones actress’s low ponytail and slicked side parting allowed her cascading curls to do all the talking. Her matte fire engine red lipstick, smoky eyes and fluffed, full brows finalised the full-on glam look.
For proof blue eyeshadow is back with a bang, just take a look at Rachel Brosnahan’s midnight blue eye make-up, which deservedly took centrestage. The shimmery gradient sapphire was combined with silver to match her dress and paired with a subdued pink lippie and gorgeously glowing skin. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel actress, who was nominated once again for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, had her blonde hair pulled back into a long, high and voluminous ponytail.
How to Get Away with Murder star and nominee for Lead Actress in a Drama Series Viola Davis played up the drama when it came to her beauty look. This included some glorious va-va-voom natural-looking bouncy, very curly ringlets. The actress’s vampy dark berry lipstick and golden cheeks also added to the wow factor. A smoky eye and a flawless complexion completed the show-stopping look.
Naomi Watts looked stunning in a fun one-of-a-kind glossy cherry red lip, which added a splash of colour to her classic make-up look. A multi-dimensional glow and light taupe and bronze mauve shade eyeshadows topped off the look. The actress also nailed the blunt wavy bob, rocking it with a deep side part.
Jodie Comer, who walked home with the Lead Actress in a Drama Series trophy, was also triumphant in the beauty department. Her trending half-up half-down hairstyle helped showcase her blonde highlights. Additionally, the Killing Eve star’s honeyed make-up, including taupe lids and a nude lip, matched perfectly with her hair colour.
This Is Us star Eris Baker turned heads with playful pressed glitter on the upper part of her cheeks and an elaborate matching bejewelled headpiece. We also loved the young actress’s sparkly lilac eyeshadow. The glittery make-up look was inspired by a look worn by Zendaya in the HBO series Euphoria.