The 2019 BAFTAs Hair & Makeup Looks Worth Recreating Immediately
If you're in need of a little Feb. beauty inspiration, look no further than the hair and makeup from the 2019 BAFTAs. An impressive crop of celebrities made their way to the iconic Royal Albert Hall in London on Sun. to honor the best films of the year, and unsurprisingly, the red carpet was chock-full of stunning looks. Alongside the gowns, though, were a handful of beauty looks you'll be tempted to recreate yourself.
Although awards season has already offered a generous amount of red carpet inspiration (remember Lady Gaga's blue hair at the Golden Globes?), the 2019 British Academy Film Awards delivered quite the lineup. Case in point: Lucy Boynton (arguably the breakout style star of the season) arrived with the boldest, smokiest eyeshadow, and Amy Adams showed up wearing a silky, ribbon-adorned ponytail (a trend we also saw on the SAG Awards red carpet).
Alongside bold looks like Boynton's, plenty of celebrities took a minimalist approach, too. Thandie Newton paired her sleek middle part with no-makeup makeup, and Claire Foy styled her bob in a subtle slick-back.
Ahead, The Zoe Report rounded up the very best beauty moments of the evening, including Adams' ponytail, Boynton's eyeshadow, and more. Consider yourself warned: You'll be tempted to recreate all of these looks in the coming weeks.
Adams walked the red carpet with a super-sleek ponytail, courtesy of hairstylist John D.
Newton stunned in a perfectly understated beauty look, highlighting her bold Valentino gown.
The Bohemian Rhapsody actor opted for a pink smoky eye and a matching lip. Boynton collaborated with makeup artist Jo Baker, who has been responsible for all of the actor's looks this awards season.
It's no secret that Collins' beauty routine is all about statement brows, and her chic BAFTAs look from Lisa Eldridge was no exception.
Makeup artist Maria Asadi coordinated King's lipstick with her vibrant pink dress.
The highlight of Foy's no-frills look was her textured slick-back, courtesy of Ben Skervin.
Stylist Aaron Carlo gave Brosnahan a dreamy, wispy updo.
The mastermind behind Laura Harrier's pinned-back waves was celeb stylist Jennifer Yepez.
Cate Blanchett showed up to the red carpet with a fresh hair color: a rich, chocolate brown.
Celebrity makeup artist Autumn Moultrie focused on dewy skin and bold lashes for Davis' look.
Tomlinson collaborated with makeup artist Justine Jenkins for her BAFTAs look, which featured subtle pink eyeshadow.