The Scandal star played up her natural beauty with makeup by Carola Gonzalez, who used Hourglass Immaculate Liquid Powder Foundation with the brand's Ambient Lighting Powder in Radiant Light to create her gorgeous glow.
We freaked out for a moment before we realized the Homeland star's bob was faux, but we loved it just the same. Hair stylist Peter Butler smoothed Danes' hair with Frizz-Ease Thermal Protection Formula Hair Serum ($9.99) before blow drying and using a large barrel curling iron to curl her hair inward.
And the award for best new cut and color goes to double nominee Moss, whose hair stylist Alex Polillo was inspired by Michelle Williams' Louis Vuitton ads. He used Vidal Sassoon Pro Series Extreme Smooth Combing Crème to sculpt her short hair.
Paired with her dress, the Girls creator's statement eye was a little too matchy-matchy for our tastes.
"We wanted a big loose chignon so that we would see her hair on both sides no matter which side she was photographed from," said hair stylist Aviva Perea, who created the Breaking Bad star's red carpet look.
We loved the soft purple tones in the Mad Men actress' eye makeup.
Makeup artist Jorjee Douglas created the New Girl star's "dramatic, Cleopatra-style eye" using Cargo TexasLash Mascara ($20, cargocosmetics.com) and TexasLiner Liquid Eye Liner ($20).
Makeup artist Coleen Campbell-Olwell prepped Mara's flawless complexion with Orlane Super-Moisturizing Light Cream, which "is not greasy at all so it doesn’t break up the makeup but really holds it in place." Alex Polillo styled her sleek, glossy bob using Vidal Sassoon Pro Series Extreme Smooth Combing Crème.
We won't make another Orange is the New Black pun, but we will tell you this: Schilling's red lip was perfection. Chanel makeup artist Kate Lee used Chanel Rouge Allure Velvet in La Somptueuse ($34, chanel.com), a deep rose shade.
Hair stylist Harry Josh used John Frieda Frizz-Ease Hair Serum Original Formula ($9.99) and Curl Reviver Styling Mousse ($6.99) to prep Byrne's damp hair before curling. “Rose’s recent transformation from brunette to blonde was a drastic change for the hair, which can often cause more frizz and overall unruliness, so it was crucial that we start with this serum for better manageability,” said Josh.
Modern Family's resident bombshell stuck with her signature long waves and smoky eye.
If Faris didn't have this ultra-blonde color all the time, we'd swear it was a really pretty wig.
We loved the Parks and Recreation actress' nonchalant hair and makeup look, but weren't sure what to make of her dress.
Someday, we hope, the singer will completely change up her look — just to keep things interesting. Today was not the day.
She may play a newscaster on How I Met Your Mother, but we'd love to see the actress add some edge to her shoulder-length hair in real life.
The elder Deschanel sister sported a super fun pink lip.
We're pretty sure the Veep star has figured out a way to age backwards, à la Benjamin Button.
We didn't love the actress' bulky hairstyle.
Hair stylist Christopher Naselli used René Furterer Glossing Spray to make Kaling's faux bob shine on the red carpet.
To create her soft waves, hair stylist Michael Dueñas used OSiS Elastic flexible hold hairspray on Lakshmi's locks before setting with hot rollers.
The Girls star looked pretty, but her hair and makeup left us underwhelmed.
The Modern Family actress' makeup artist Allan Avendano blended Sephora Collection Color Lip Last in Wanted Red and Elegant in Brown to create her oxblood lip.
The Nashville star looked more glowing than ever on the red carpet. “An all over skin finish enhances Connie's natural beauty and gives her a radiant glow from head to toe," said St. Tropez Tanning and Skin Finishing Expert Fiona Locke, who worked with Britton and recommends St. Tropez Self Tan Bronzing Spray ($35, sephora.com) to get her look at home.