Emmy Inspiration

The 64th annual Emmy Awards were televised on Sunday night, and besides the gorgeous dresses, it was exciting to see all of the interesting make up looks and hairstyles. 

Heidi Klum had some loose curls that reminded us of her days as a Victoria’s Secret Angel. These curls looked more mature and worked to show off her gorgeous mint earrings and youthful glow.

January Jones debuted an edgier look with slicked-back hair that was pulled into a low bun. We love how this hairstyle was paired with a navy smokey eye and a strong contour. The look was very minimalist, but very strong and sexy. 

 

Kelly Osbourne, known for her unique look, showed up and stunned in purple. Her ashy blonde-purple hair was pulled back casually with her bangs down, framing her face. Her radical look was paired with a subdued cheek, darkly-lined eyes and a stunning deep cranberry shade for her lips. She pulls the look off well and makes it look elegant in her own way. 

We love Julianne Hough’s 1940’s inspired hairstyle. Her makeup was more modern with really bronzed cheeks with an apricot blush. Her eyes were a subtle brown-smokey eye. This kind of look is always classy. 

Right now we are loving everything 1940’s. Check out this 1940’s look that our talented artist/ stylist Jennifer House did for a photo shoot in Wilmington this past weekend. Those curls and those red lips are to die for! 

We can’t wait to release all the 1940’s style details… we are so excited to share them with you! Be sure to check back so that you don’t miss them.  
Also, tune in to see our post on Friday about one bride’s beautiful 1940’s inspired bridal portrait session at Wrightsville Beach on a sailboat! 

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