Our favorite Hollywood starlets were out on the red carpet for the 2014 Emmy Awards. While everyone else stalked the Internet to figure out who wore what, I was making sure you beauties knew exactly how to recreate a few of my favorite hairstyles from the red carpet.
My first favorite of the evening was the 2014 Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Winner,Uzo Aduba.
“Our look tonight was ‘classic beauty’! A soft, simple pulled back bun with a little volume, to keep it soft at the crown. Very glamorous & chic!” – celebrity stylist, Jamika Wilson
CLEANSE Start with clean, dry hair – try the Motions Lavish Conditioning Shampoo
CONDITION Use Motions Moisture Plus Conditioner, comb through to detangle and ensure even distribution
TREAT Apply Motions Straight Finish Sealer to the hair to prep before blow drying straight. Next, flat iron the hair smooth making sure to leave volume across the crown, then pull hair back into a simple bun and secure with hair pins. Tip: for added volume, fluff hair with fingers at the root
FINISH Smooth sides and edges of hair at the nape of the neck using Motions Shine Enhancing Pomade and set with the Motions Light Hold Working Spritz
STYLE Finish with the Motions Oil Sheen & Conditioning Spray to keep the look natural and in place
Motions Lavish Conditioning Shampoo, Motions Moisture Plus Conditioner, Motions Shine Enhancing Pomade, Motions Light Hold Working Spritz and Motions Oil Sheen & Conditioning Spray ($3.99 each) and Motions Straight Finish Sealer ($6.99)
From on the red carpet to just being Keke on 106 & Park, she’s one of my favorites and I’ve loved watching her grow up. Keke Palmer has been absolutely nailing every single appearance. Tonight was no different.
“Tonight we decided to go with a simple, chic variation of an”up do” to complement the dress. From the front, the style is very simply pulled back, but once she turns around, you’ll see the interesting detail we created at the back. A classic style, with a twist…literally. – celebrity stylist, Cynthia Alvarez
CLEANSE Start with clean, dry hair. For natural girls, use the Motions Natural Textures Moisturizing Cleanser
CONDITION Use Motions Nourish Leave-In Conditioner followed by Motions Straight Finish Sealer to detangle and add moisture to the hair in preparation to blow dry straight
TREAT Apply a small amount of Motions Shine Enhancing Pomade to smooth the edges and really define the look
FINISH Part the hair into 3 horizontal sections from the crown to the nape of the neck. Starting at the top, gather the first section back into a ponytail and secure using a snag-less hair tie. Then, make a hole right above the hair tie and loop the ponytail down through, pulling tight to secure. Continue this inverted ponytail at each section, pulling hair from the previous pony into the new one. Set with Motions Light Hold Working Spritz and wrap hair to keep it smooth
STYLE Using the blow dryer, set the hair into place. Once set, remove the wrap and finish with the Motions Oil Sheen & Conditioning Spray. TIP: add some glitzy hair pins at the base of each ponytail for an Award-worthy look!
Motions Straight Finish Cleanser, Leave-In Conditioner and Sealer ($6.99 each), Motions Shine Enhancing Pomade, Motions Light Hold Working Spritz and Motions Oil Sheen & Conditioning Spray ($3.99 each)
Red Carpet Rewind: 2014 Primetime Emmy Awards
1. The Best & Worst Gowns Seen At The Emmy Awards
Your favorite small screen starlets hit the red carpet for the 2014 Emmy Awards. And the lineup of pure amazingness was matched with a healthy amount of "what is she wearing?" See what everyone wore tonight and who maybe should find a new stylist!
2. Kerry Washington in Prada
WORST! I think the bedazzle action is ruining this Prada moment for me.
3. Teyonah Parris in Christian Siriano
BEST! One word...breathtaking!
4. Heidi Klum in Zac Posen
BEST! Leave it to Zac to display exactly what we'll all be feening for this fall--capes and trains!
5. Keke Palmer in Rubin Singer
BEST! Clearly Keke is practicing for her new role as Cinderella in this bold in bright blue gown.
6. Angela Bassett in Elisabetta Franchi
BEST! If this is 55 please sign me up!
7. Laverne Cox in Marc Bouwer
BEST! The #OITNB starlet let the girls out to play tonight and we all are ok with it.
8. Dascha Polanco
WORST! I think we need a do over, or one size up?!
9. Alicia Quarles in Dany Atrache Couture
BEST! Between the deep plunging neckline, the lace and embroidery--this dress needs a take two on another red carpet.
10. Shaun Robinson in Jad Ghandour
WORST! Someone didn't get the memo that this is the Emmys, not the prom!
11. Kelly Osbourne in Honor
BEST! Never mind this dress, do you see her hair!
12. Samira Wiley in Christian Siriano
BEST! Looks like Christian was busy making greatness happen for the Emmy's tonight.
13. Giuliana Rancic in Gustavo Cadile
BEST! This is what a red carpet gown should look like. GROWN!
14. Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji
BEST! There's a reason only Tadashi dresses this Hollywood diva.
15. January Jones in Prabal Gurung
BEST! And it has pockets, #FTW.
16. Uzo Aduba in Christian Siriano
BEST! Dear Christian, please dress everyone for all red carpets. XO
17. Lena Dunham in Giambattista Valli Couture
TOTALLY THE WORST. And there is no other caption needed.
18. Vanessa Williams
BEST! Everything about this is marvelously stunning!
19. Gabourey Sidibe
WORST BY DEFAULT! No really it's not her fault.
20. Gwen Stefani In Atelier Versace
BEST! This is a definite improvement from last night's boring work suit at the VMAs.
21. Sofia Vergara in Roberto Cavalli
BEST! Per usual Sofia brings the meaning of caliente to the red carpet.
22. Kate Walsh in Stephane Rolland
BEST! Take about a flattering gown. Everything about this structural peplum look is just...right!
23. Julia Roberts In Elie Saab Couture
BEST! I am still waiting for the day that she disappoints. I don't think it's coming.