How To Recreate The Hottest Oscars Beauty Looks
Makeup artist Rachel Goodwin harnessed the power of monochrome makeup for Emma Stone's stunning red carpet beauty look. The creative shared the secrets behind the look to Sisley Paris's Instagram stories, revealing that she painted on the star's taupe lip with a crayon that she then blended, before going over it with the brand's Le Phyto Rouge lipstick in the shade ‘Beige Jaipur.'
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Yalitza Aparicio Martínez's makeup artist Carissa Ferreri used natural cosmetic brand Arbonne's rosy, earthy eyeshadows and a shimmering nude-pink lipstick to create a polished, elegant and feminine red carpet beauty look. Top tip: she swept the label's ‘Blossom' blush across both the cheeks and the eyelids to "bring everything together".
Supermodel Ashley Graham's chic, velvet bow-adorned bun might have looked simple, but as hairstylist Justine Marjan attested via Instagram, a lot of effort went into creating the perfect, sleek style. The lengthy styling process included straightening Graham's hair to ensure a slick texture, before pulling it back tightly into a clean bun and using toothbrushes covered with Tresemme's Tres Two unscented hairspray to paste down any messy flyaways.
Unlike the flashy looks we are used to, Lady Gaga's Oscars makeup was a picture of old Hollywood glamour. Makeup artist Sarah Tanno described the look as "soft, fresh and young," with minimal coverage that allows the star's natural tan to shine. Eyes were kept classic with neutral shades and soft grey to line the eyes. For the finishing touch, Tanno tapped on Marc Jacobs Beauty's Le Marc lip creme in 'Slow Burn' for a gentle rose nude. Hair designer Frederic Aspiras opted for an elegant updo to complete the look, channeling Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's.
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Additional reporting by Chloe Pek.