"Glee" star Michele accentuated her navy strapless Oscar de la Renta gown with by lining up upper lids with blue shadow. Groomed brows, black mascara, and pink cheeks and gloss completed the actress' look.
Fellow "Glee" beauty Riley opted for a more youthful smoky eye to pair with her white Grecian gown. The dual-blend of pink and charcoal eyeshadows popped against Riley's brown skin tone and balanced out her nude pout.
Hendricks' makeup look was inspired by Mia Farrow's character Daisy Buchanan in "The Great Gatsby." "It's not flapper per se," celebrity makeup artist Vanessa Scali tells StyleList. "It's girly but revolutionary strong."
Scali prepped Hendricks' face with Lancôme's La Base Pro and perfected her complexion with Teint Miracle Lit-From-Within Makeup and Effacernes Concealer. She then added a pop of color to the apples of her cheeks using Lancôme's Blush Subtil Shimmer in Pink Pool. A subtle, smoky eye was achieved by mixing YSL's Ombre Solo Eyeshadow in Cashmere Brown and Midnight Black. "I applied these all over her lid, under the bottom lashes and blended it out past her natural lash line to softly elongate the eye," says Scali.
She then lined her lids with Lancôme's Le Crayon Khôl in Black and applied Artliner Precision Point Eyeliner in Noir along the base of Hendrick's lashes before layering on tons of Lancôme Définicils Waterproof Mascara in Black. To perfect a slightly, two-toned juicy lip, Scali applied a sheer coat of Color Design Matte Lipstick in Corset was topped by La Laque Fever Lipshine in Cyber Coral. "It gives a bit of dimension and is luscious."
"True Blood's" Wesley saucy, red-orange lip popped against her warm, brown complexion. Celebrity makeup artist Mylah Morales used Nars Powder Blush in Gilda and Nars Pure Matte Lipstick in Vesuvio. The semi-glossy lipcolor complemented her warm cheek, heavily-lined upper lids, and sexy waves.
Which star rocked smoky eyes and bold lips the best? Leave a comment below and be sure to check out more fashion and beauty trends from the 2010 Emmy Awards!