8 Drugstore Products That Stole the Spotlight at the 2018 Emmy Awards

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If you were watching the 2018 Emmys red carpet in sweatpants and a sheet mask wishing you had your own glam squad, you weren't alone. One by one, stars showed up (and we mean showed up) polished to perfection, not a tinge of liquid eye liner or hair out of place.

The good news when it comes to beauty is that looking like a million bucks doesn't always have to mean spending it, which we were excited to discover was the case for some of our favorite looks. From Evan Rachel Wood's wine-stained lips to Issa Rae's silver-swept peepers, read on for eight looks you can achieve with products right from your local drugstore — many for $10 or less.

Yvonne Strahovski
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Yvonne Strahovski

Hairstylist Clariss Rubenstein described Yvonne's aesthetic as "old Hollywood elegance with a modern touch of coolness." She finished off the actress's waves by tucking the left side of her part behind her ear and coating her hair with Dove Style + Care Compressed Micro Mist Extra Hold Hairspray to keep everything in place.

Evan Rachel Wood
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Evan Rachel Wood

Makeup artist Toby Fleischman was "looking for something high impact with a glossy finish." After prepping Evan with a lip treatment and scrub, she landed on Burt's Bees Liquid Lipstick in Wine Waters (a rich burgundy shade).

Mandy Moore
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Mandy Moore

Hairstylist Ashley Streicher sprayed Garnier Fructis Beach Chic Texturizing Spray throughout Mandy's dry hair to create tousled waves, and gave her a messy part for an imperfectly perfect style.

Vanessa Kirby
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Vanessa Kirby

Makeup artist Katey Denno opted for 100% Pure's brand-new Fruit Pigmented Full-Coverage Water Foundation to create Vanessa's full-coverage, yet still natural and dewy, finish.

Scarlett Johansson
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Scarlett Johansson

Hairstylist Jenny Cho took Scarlett's textured locks to new heights with a few pumps of Suave Professionals Natural Volume Mousse.

Kristen Bell
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Kristen Bell

Makeup artist Amy Oresman accentuated Kristen's clean, fresh-faced palette with va-va-voom lashes, achieved with Kiss falsies.

Madeline Brewer
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Madeline Brewer

Hairstylist Mara Roszak worked John Frieda Frizz Ease 6 Effects Original Hair Serum through the ends of Madeline's wet hair — also adding a little product at the roots — to help eliminate frizz and ensure a smooth, sleek look.

Issa Rae
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Issa Rae

Makeup artist Joanna Simkin asked for a swatch of fabric in order to begin prepping a tonal eye that would match Issa's Vera Wang look, which she created with the help of CoverGirl TruNaked Eyeshadow Palette in Dazed (brightest blue shade) and a sweep of silvery highlighter.