To create two stunning, yet strikingly different looks, celeb hairstylist Kylee Heath used drugstore hair products that either helped to create Abbi's blown out style or Ilana's epic curls.
Locking + Coconut Curls Decadent Creamy Mousse, $6.99
Protecting + Silk Blowout Quick Drying Thermal Spray, $6.99
The Insecure star's dewy complexion comes courtesy of makeup artist Joanna Simkin and Covergirl. To achieve her glow, the pro wet the Original beautyblender and used it to blend and buff her foundation.
truBLEND Matte Made Foundation Deep, $8.49
For the Handmaid Tale star's "subtle all-over glow," Honest Beauty Creative Color Consultant, Daniel Martin, pressed a skin balm into her cheekbones and across her chest.
Magic Beauty Balm Facial Moisturizer, $12.99
"Mandy and I went for the gold with her nail look, pulling inspiration from tonight's gold carpet as well as the detailing on her custom designed Rodarte dress," celebrity manicurist Michelle Saunders stated. "We used essie's new concrete glitters collection in 'can't stop her in the copper' around the cuticles to create subtle dazzle against a classic nude base."
While the new glitter collection isn't on sale yet, you can find her nude base at a drugstore.
Nail Polish in Sugar Daddy, $8.79
Makeup pro Amy Oresman used K-beauty inspired brand Joah and Kiss lashes to create the star stunning look. Her natural-toned lipstick is only $5!
Mirror Mirror Lip Gloss, $4.99
To perfect the star's complexion, makeup artist Allen Avendano used moisturizer from a skin-care brand that you can find at Target.
"I used about a quarter sized amount and gently massaged it into the face and neck in an upward motion," he said. "I love how this moisturizer is light, quickly absorbs and works great under makeup. Makeup goes on smooth and latches on to skin, never greasy or heavy. It's also great for sensitive skin!"
Drench & Quench Moisturizer, $17.99
"The idea was to able to be able to take the high couture nature of the gown to create something very chic with the hair but that still feels effortless," hairstylist Johnnie Sapong said.
To create her chic style, the pro used products less than $5!
Captivating Curls Mousse, $2.94
Before curling her hair, celebrity hairstylist Clariss Rubenstein used dry shampoo on her roots to give her hair beautiful volume on the red carpet.
Go Fresh Coconut Dry Shampoo, $4.89
Before sending the actress on to the red carpet, "I used a small drop of Marc Anthony True Professional Bye.Bye Frizz 8-in-1 Serum through the ends and around the face to give the waves sheen and definition," said Hollywood hair pro Gregory Russell.
True Professional Bye Bye Frizz Keratin Smoothing Blow Dry, $6.99