The famous celebrity stylist, Wella Professionals ambassador Christian Wood was responsible for the hairstyles of two heroines from the red carpet.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley created a sleek bun using GHD styling gadgets and Wella Professionals products.
But the red-haired Australian woman Isle Fisher Christian started the classic Hollywood wave.
Stylist Bryce Scarlett cut Margot Robbie's hair on the red carpet and used Maroccanoil to create a light aqua-style haircut.
Nicole Kidman was spotted in the safe hands of Kylie Heath, who deftly dried the actress's hair with a Dyson hairdryer, then straightened and tucked the front strands behind her ears.
Makeup artist Angela Levine opted for the classic red tint for Nicole Kidman's lips with Neutrogena's MoistureSmooth Color Stick.
The Israeli actress and model Gal Gadot defined the lips of the Israeli actress and model with a Colorstay pencil in Wine, and a bright color with SuperLustrous lipstick in Bombshell Red. All are Revlon brands.
Here's everything makeup artist Sabrina Bedrani used to create Gadot's makeup.
Emma Stone, wearing a suit instead of a floor-length dress, chose lip gloss over classic lipstick. Her makeup artist Rachel Goodwin picked up a shimmery fuchsia shade of Nars glitter.
She used Nars eyeshadow palettes on Stone's colored eye makeup.
One of the most respected makeup artists among the stars, Pati Dubroff, worked with Margot Robbie. She wore Rouge Coco in 432 Cecile on her lips.
Here are all the tools that were involved in the makeup of Margot Robbie.
Makeup artist Alice Lane delicately emphasized the image of the forest nymph Hayley Bennett with matte lipstick in a Phyto-Lip Twist pencil, mixing several shades.
Makeup artist Genevieve Herr matched Jennifer Garner's bright blue dress with Neutrogena's Pink Nude Colorstick.