Awards season is here! And along with plenty of red carpet gowns to obsess over, there's a bevy of beauty inspiration to discuss, too – and boy, was this a good one. Whether it was Poppy Delevingne making a major statement with her bow-embellished ponytail, or Yara Shahidi's beautiful ballerina-style textured bun, we reckon this year's Emmy's glam squads deserve their own awards – take a bow, hairstylists! Where do we begin…
Poppy Delevingne and Regina King
Poppy Delevingne looked like she'd walked right off the runway onto the red carpet with her statement bow-tied ponytail, which was an exact replica of one of the hair looks from the recent Emilia Wickstead Spring/Summer '19 show. Can't blame her for that, can you? Also rocking a statement pony was the gorgeous Regina King, picking up her Lead Actress in a Limited Series award rocking this stunning structured style.
Yara Shahidi and Letitia Wright
Black-ish actress Yara Shahidi wore her beautiful textured curls in a pretty topknot bun by her go-to stylist Nai'vasha Johnson, who used Kenra Professional products - perfectly complimenting her soft blushing makeup and petal-pink dress – while Letitia Wright wore sparkling crystal accessories in her own half-up style. Love.
Our best-tressed of the night? Evan Rachel Wood, with her oh-so-pretty floral chignon by TRESemmé Celebrity Stylist, John D – a complete contrast to her striking tuxedo gown. Save this to your Pinterest board, 'cos we reckon this is the new way to wear a flower crown! Take note, spring brides.
Thandie Newton and Vanessa Kirby
The reigning style of Emmy night was actually a sleek, low-slung bun - reminiscent of a certain new Duchess – worn beautifully on the likes of Emilia Clarke. Thandie Newton nailed her super-sleek version styled by Oribe's Sheridan Ward, especially with her stunning bubblegum gown and matching makeup. On the opposite end of the spectrum, The Crown's Vanessa Kirby went for full glamour with a Hollywood blowdry, which added just enough something-something to her nude Tom Ford gown. Princess Margaret would approve, we're sure…