ESC: Drugstore Beauty, Priyanka Chopra

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Being glamorous doesn't have to be expensive.

Last night at the 2017 Emmy Awards, the red carpet was full of flawless faces, thanks to the best makeup artists and hairstylists in the business. While you might pair the high-profile night with luxury and prestige (a fair assumption), you may be surprised to hear that many of our favorite affordable brands were represented on the carpet. 

From Sarah Hyland's old Hollywood-inspired waves to Rashida Jones's statement lip, you can recreate some of the best looks at your local drugstore.

Check out the drugstore products that celebrities are wearing below! 

ESC: Drugstore Beauty, Rashida Jones

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Celebrity makeup artist Jamie Greenberg accentuated the actress' features with bronzed, glowing skin and a statement lip, courtesy of Almay.

ESC: Emmy Drugstore Beauty

Almay Color + Care Liquid Lip Balm, $6.49

ESC: Drugstore Beauty, Issa Rae

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"We wanted to keep her skin luminous and eyes a soft smolder," makeup artist Joanna Simkin said in a press release regarding the new Covergirl ambassador's look. "The Vitalist Healthy Elixir Foundation was perfect for achieving that fresh and flawless skin we were going for."

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Vitalist Healthy Elixir Foundation, $9.99

ESC: Drugstore Beauty,Evan Rachel Wood

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Beauty pro Toby Fleischman mixed three shades of Burt's Bees Blush (Shy Pink, Bare Peach and Toasted Cinnamon) to achieve the Westworld star's warm glow.

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100% Natural Blush with Vitamin E, $9.97

ESC: Drugstore Beauty, Gabrielle Union

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The Being Mary Jane star's glam lashes are courtesy of makeup pro Fiona Stiles and Ardell lashes.

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Double Up Black, $5.49

ESC: Drugstore Beauty, Mandy Moore

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Celebrity manicurist Michelle Saunders used Essie's "muchi, muchi" on Mandy's nail beds and "ballet slippers" on the tips. 

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Nail Polish, $8.99

ESC: Drugstore Beauty, Laverne Cox

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The actress recently partnered with Orly to curate a limited nail lacquer collection and wore her new colors on the red carpet, with help from manicurist Denise Kelley"This collection is about red carpet glamour and giving everyone the opportunity to feel that glamour in their day-to-day lives," Laverne said in a recent press release.

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Celebrate Yourself by Laverne Cox, $49

ESC: Drugstore Beauty, Priyanka Chopra

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Before flat ironing the Pantene ambassador's hair, celebrity hairstylist Danilo Dixion sectioned her hair into four parts and added a small portion of combing cream to make her hair shiny and sleek.

ESC: Emmy Drugstore Beauty

Daily Moisture Renewal Moisturizing Combing Creme, $5.99

ESC: Drugstore Beauty, Chrissy Metz

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For long-lasting volume, hair guru Marc Mena added anti-humidity hairspray to Metz's curls.

ESC: Emmy Drugstore Beauty

Luxe Style Infusion Firm Control Smooth Anti-Humidity Hairspray, $3.98

ESC: Drugstore Beauty, Anika Noni Rose

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"For Anika's Emmys hair, she wanted to sport her beautiful natural hair and her edgy cut, which perfectly complemented her gown," said celebrity hairstylist Cynthia Alvarez.

ESC: Emmy Drugstore Beauty

Advanced Hair Series Supreme Crème Serum Quench Absolute, $5.99

ESC: Drugstore Beauty, Gina Rodriguez

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For sleek, silky hair, hairstylist Kristin Heitkotter added an anti-frizz agent prior to curling the stars hair.

ESC: Emmy Drugstore Beauty

Advanced Hairstyle Sleek It Frizz Vanisher Cream, $3.99

ESC: Drugstore Beauty, Yvonne Strahovski

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For sheen, hair pro Clariss Rubenstein prepped the hair with a lightweight oil spray, then used the Dyson Supersonic to dry 80 percent of her hair before brushing it through.

ESC: Emmy Drugstore Beauty

Elixir Ultime Volume Beautifying Oil Mist, $34.94

ESC: Drugstore Beauty, Ariel Winter

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Ariel's stylist, Charles Dujic, used a hairspray based in coconut oil and shea butter to create volume while flat ironing her slicked-back hair.

ESC: Emmy Drugstore Beauty

Hydrating Coconut Oil & Shea Butter Volume Hairspray, $9.79

Get glam! 

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