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Carrie Brownstein In Halston Heritage - 2014 Emmy Awards

Carrie Brownstein attended the 2014 Emmy Awards held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Monday (August 25) in Los Angeles, California.

Standing out on a night where red gowns dominated the red carpet, Carrie wore a black Halston Heritage one-shoulder gown with a sequin detail going across the body.

With the only colour pop coming from her red nail polish, the ‘Portlandia’ actress accessorized with Jerome C. Rousseau ‘Kio’ open-toe heels to wrap up her glamorous no-fuss look.

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Posted by Catherine Kallon on August 26th, 2014 In: Carrie Brownstein, Emmy Awards, Halston

Minnie Driver In Marchesa - 2014 Emmy Awards

Minnie Driver attended the 2014 Emmy Awards held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Monday (August 25) in Los Angeles, California.

Looking ever so graceful, the British actress looked divine wearing a raspberry-hued Marchesa sleeveless silk crepe gown with a plunging neckline enriched with crystals.

With her curly mane swept back into a chic updo, she completed her look with Stuart Weitzman ‘Sadie’ pumps and a selection of complementary jewels.

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Joanne Froggatt In J Mendel - 2014 Emmy Awards

Joanne Froggatt attended the 2014 Emmy Awards held at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Monday (August 25) in Los Angeles, California.

Going for a very simplistic Grecian-goddess-like vibe, the ‘Downton Abbey’ actress wore a J. Mendel soft-pink silk chiffon V-neck pleated gown with a chain-link embroidery adding texture.
An elegant updo and Chopard earrings rounded out her look.

While I expected something more from Joanne, who loves colour and prints, I am by no means disappointed with this look.

She totally nailed it.

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66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - ArrivalsCelebrity makeup artist Lottie created Alexandra Daddario’s beauty look for her stunning Reem Acra gown at the 2014 Emmy Awards.

Lottie explains her inspiration: “Alexandra wanted 40s movie star glamour so we went with a classic beauty look.”

Here’s how to get the look.

Lottie started off by prepped Alexandra’s skin with Caudalie Beauty Elixir and Moisture Sorbet.

She then used Hourglass Immaculate Foundation and Chanel Les Beiges Multi-Colour Powder. For contour, she used Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze & Glow.

On her cheeks, she used Tom Ford Pink Frenzy Powder Blush.

On Alexandra’s eyes, she used Dior 5 Colour Palette #754 Rosy Tan and Ardell Demi Wispies Lashes, with Tom Ford Brow Definer in Chestnut applied to her brows.

On her lips, Lottie used Make Up For Ever Aqua Lip Pencil #8C and Aqua Rouge #8.

Finally, she used a bit of Prtty Peaushun on her body.

Alexandra Daddario makeup 1Alexandra Daddario makeup 2

Caudalie Beauty Elixir
Caudalie Moisture Sorbet
Hourglass Immaculate Foundation
Chanel Les Beiges Multi-Colour Powder
Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze & Glow
Tom Ford Pink Frenzy Powder Blush
Dior 5 Colour Palette #754 Rosy Tan
Ardell Demi Wispies Lashes
Tom Ford Brow Definer in Chestnut
Make Up For Ever Aqua LipPpencil #8C
Make Up For Ever Aqua Rouge #8
Prtty Peaushun

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Angela Bassett In Elisabetta Franchi - 2014 Emmy Awards

Looking like a goddess, Angela Bassett glided down the red carpet for the 2014 Emmy Awards held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Monday (August 25) in Los Angeles, California.

The beautiful actress worked a Grecian vibe wearing a pure white Elisabetta Franchi Fall 2014 long-sleeved gown accented with gold chain detailing on the wrists and a gold leather waistband.

David Yurman jewels, an Oroton ‘Freize’ gold clutch and Giuseppe Zanotti heels accessorized her look, with wild wavy tresses providing the finishing touches.

Do you prefer Angela’s belt or the look book version?

Credit: Elisabetta Franchi & Getty

Sarah Hyland hairRyan Richman created Sarah Hyland’s beauty look for the 2014 Emmy Awards.

“As a team, we were inspired by old Hollywood glamour. We loved Sarah’s custom-made Christian Siriano dress. I never want to be too literal with inspiration so we kept the look soft and natural to keep it modern.”

He began by applying 3-4 pumps of Dove Pure Care Dry Oil Nourishing Treatment to her damp hair to add softness and shine without weighing it down and to protect it while blow drying.

Before blow drying each section, he applied a pump of Dove Frizz-Free Shine Serum to smooth frizz and flyaways.

Then he began blow drying large sections of hair using a large boar-bristle round brush, directing the hair away from the face. A boar-bristle brush is great for polishing and smoothing the hair while still maintaining body and some natural texture.

When styling a ponytail or bun you should blow dry the hair towards the centre point of where the hair will be put up, and use a straightening iron on medium heat to smooth any cowlicks or kinks around the hairline.

Next, he brushed the hair upwards towards the top of the head. He then used Dove Style+Care Extra Hold Hairspray as he was brushing to keep the hair in place. A great way to smooth flyaways while brushing is to spray hairspray directly onto the brush.

Then Ryan secured the hair in a ponytail with an elastic. To make tying your ponytail easier, bend over forwards and gather the hair instead of trying to reach high above your head.

To add texture to your bun, backcomb the ponytail with a brush and spray with hairspray. Finally, twist and wrap the hair into a bun and secure with bobby pins. You can pull out small pieces of hair with your fingertips or a rattail comb for an edgy undone look.

Sarah Hyland Dove Emmy Awards Hair

Dove Pure Care Dry Oil Nourishing Treatment
Dove Frizz-Free Shine Serum
Dove Style+Care Extra Hold Hairspray

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