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The most prestigious night in British film and television – aka the BAFTAs – is finally here, and we are poised and ready to soak up the glitter.

 The 77th annual celebration of cinematic and televisual excellence encompasses more than just the main event – the Fundraising Gala and Nominees' Party took place earlier this week – but of course, the jewel in the crown is Sunday's awards ceremony held at London's Royal Festival Hall.

 Coinciding with London Fashion Week AW24 - and the fact that Bulgari is the event's official watches and jewellery sponsor - naturally, the night was an extremely stylish affair. 

 And rest assured, the beauty looks followed suit. While some stars have their very own glam squads on hand to get them red carpet-ready, each year BAFTA also hosts the exclusive Style Suites – this year in partnership with beauty brands GHD and Lancôme – to get attendees looking picture-perfect.

Hello! Fashion shares the best beauty looks at the 2024 BAFTAs:

Florence Pugh with her hair in a quiff at the BAFTAs © Getty

Florence Pugh

Oppenheimer star and beauty experimentalist Florence Pugh didn't let fans down. Bringing her signature against-the-grain charm, she wore her hair in gel-slicked waves, styled by Hyungsun Ju, alongside a high-octane smokey eye and a rose-pink lip, created by Alex Babsky. 

Naomi Campbell wearing a black veil and high-necked dress at the BAFTAs © Getty

Naomi Campbell

Supermodel royalty Naomi Campbell wore her hair in a sleek bob styled by Rio Sreedharan alongside a sheer hood. She opted for dramatic winged eyeliner and a touch of gold placed on the inner corners of her eyes, created by Ngozi Edeme. 

Dua Lipa wearing a red gown at the BAFTAs © Getty

Dua Lipa

International hitmaker Dua Lipa wore her glossy cherry locks swept over one shoulder. She wore a nude-beige lip and a slick of mascara to define her lashes.

Phoebe Dynevor wearing a white halter gown at the BAFTAs © Getty

Phoebe Dynevor

Fair Play actress Phoebe Dynevor is the physical embodiment of our skincare goals. Glass skin? She's all over it. The star went for a slicked-back bun and wore a look created by Gina Kane using Charlotte Tilbury, consisting of the brand's nude-rose Hollywood Beauty Icon Lipstick K.I.S.S.I.N.G in 'Icon Baby'.

Margot Robbie wearing a black and pink strapless gown at the BAFTAs © Getty

Margot Robbie

Barbie star Margot Robbie looked exquisite with her hair in an updo and a single face-framing tendril. Her makeup felt understated and seamless, created by Pati Dubroff, featuring warm, apricot blush and a curled lash look. 

Rosamund Pike in a blue pleated gown at the BAFTAs © Getty

Rosamund Pike

Saltburn star Rosamund Pike looked characteristically elegant with a wash of gold across her lids and a pretty flush of pink on the apples of her cheeks, created by Amanda Grossman using Charlotte Tilbury.

Emily Blunt with her hair in a topknot at the BAFTAs© Getty

Emily Blunt

Oppenheimer star Emily Blunt wore her hair in an elegant topknot and opted for a natural makeup look, created by Jenn Streicher using Chantecaille, consisting of a wash of opalescent lilac across her lids from the brand's Sea Turtle Eye Trio Cool and the Sea Turtle Lip Chic in 'Coral Vine'.

Sophie Ellis-Bextor in a sheer lace outfit at the BAFTAs © Getty

Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Murder on the Dancefloor singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor teamed vibrant pink eyeshadow with a flicky 1960s-esque half-up, half-down hairstyle, created by Lisa Laudat using GHD. 

 India Amarteifio in a red dress with her hair in a braided updo at the BAFTAs © Getty

India Amarteifio

Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story actress India Amarteifio looked resplendent in red. She wore her hair in a braided updo with face-framing tendrils and a glossy two-tone lip.

Joy Sunday in a red latex-effect dress at the BAFTAs © Getty

Joy Sunday

Wednesday star Joy Sunday went for a statement lash look and a high-shine red lip, created by Sheika Daley using Lancôme. 

Lily Collins wearing a monochrome gown with 3D roses and a wine-hued lip at the BAFTAs© Getty

Lily Collins

Emily In Paris actress Lily Collins served Old Hollywood sultry with her trademark strong arches, a focus on lash elongation and a wine-hued statement lip, created by Lisa Eldridge using Lancôme. 

Emma Stone in an orange one-shoulder gown at the BAFTAs © Getty

Emma Stone

Poor Things actress Emma Stone focused on glowy skin, subtle eye definition and a muted reddish lip. Her look was created by Rachel Goodwin using Lisa Eldridge Makeup and Lashify's Amplify lashes to accentuate her eyes.

Claire Foy in a beaded gown and a red lip at the BAFTAs © Getty

Claire Foy

The Crown star Claire Foy brought classic elegance and gave us major lash envy, paired alongside a blurred-edge red lip. 

Shiela Atim wearing a red lip and a silver gown at the BAFTAs © Getty

Sheila Atim

All Dirt Roads Taste of Salt actress Sheila Atim opted for deep silver eyeshadow and an ombré-effect red lip. 

Daisy Edgar-Jones wearing a red plunging gown at the BAFTAs © Getty

Daisy Edgar-Jones

Normal People star Daisy Edgar-Jones wore her ombré-effect hair loose in tousled waves with shimmery liner along her lower lash line.

Andreea Cristea smiling at the BAFTAs © Getty

Andreaa Cristea

Jewellery curator Andreea Cristea wore champagne-hued shadow across her lids alongside smokey liner and a glossy, neutral lip.

Kaya Scodelario wearing a white strapless gown at the BAFTAs © Getty

Kaya Scodelario

Skins star Kaya Scodelario opted for a striking, 1960s-esque eyeliner look alongside brushed-up brows and a pale pink lip shade.