The BAFTAs 2017: The Best Beauty Looks


by Elizabeth Bennett |
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Awards season is in full swing, and last night saw Hollywood's finest descend on London for the biggest event in the UK film calendar, the BAFTAs. Alongside the array of glittering gowns, we also spotted some seriously lust-worthy beauty looks on the red carpet.

From chic up-dos and classic cat-eyes to emerald green kohl and dark berry lipstick, these are hair and make-up looks we'll be attempting to copy, pronto.

Emily Blunt


Blunt topped the best-dressed lists in a stunning ruffled and embroidered Alexander McQueen gown, and her beauty look did not disappoint either. Sporting a twisted up-do, jet black cat eye and a subtle coral lip, the BAFTA nominee looked effortlessly elegant.

Felicity Jones


For her BAFTA appearance, Jones let her vintage Christian Dior gown do the talking with a paired back beauty look. Going for subtle Sixties vibes, Jones partnered a charcoal smokey eye and a flick of liquid eyeliner with a peach blush and a nude lipstick.

Naomie Harris


Nominated for the best actress gong for her role in Moonlight, Harris looked every bit the Hollywood star. Turning heads in a gorgeous tulle Gucci gown, Harris wore her hair slicked back and kept her makeup simple with the exception of a soft pink lipstick which mirrored the hue of her dress.

Emma Stone


Actress of the moment and BAFTA winner, Stone never fails to impress in the hair and beauty stakes. Wearing her hair in a sleek side parting and lining her green eyes in a dark moss kohl, Stone finished her BAFTAs look with a flattering rose pink lipstick.

Kate Middleton


For her big night out, Middleton stuck to her signature formula of dark eyes, blush and nude lips with the addition of chic voluminous bouffant up-do.

Amy Adams


With her hair pulled back into a tight chignon, Adams plumped for a shimmering emerald eye that matched her dazzling Tom Ford gown perfectly.

Michelle Williams


Not many people can pull off a platinum blonde crop but Williams does it with aplomb. Keeping her makeup understated with a smudge of brown kohl and a little gloss on the lips, Williams let her hair and sparkling Louis Vuitton mini make a statement.

Thandie Newton


Opting for a gothic take on glamourous, Newton nailed the vampy look with a black smoky eye and dark berry lipstick.

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