Hollywood brought its A-game last night—and we’re not just talking about Ellen Degeneres’ Twitter-crashing selfie. From Cate Blanchett’s retro waves to Naomi Watts’ deep wine-colored pout, here are the beauty looks that you need to see again (with plenty of insider tips to try at home!).
18 Oscar-Winning Beauty Looks
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Hair legend Serge Normant twisted Roberts’ locks into a loose, low bun, and then gave it texture with his own Meta Revive Dry Shampoo ($25).
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The actress’ red lip came courtesy of Dior’s Dior Addict Fluid Stick ($35) in Open Me—available March 15th–and makeup artist Sara Glick.
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Jolie wore her hair sleek and pushed back—one of spring’s latest red carpet trends—thanks to hairstylist Adam Campbell.
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Cop Bullock’s retro waves by curling small sections of hair with a 1-inch curling iron and pinning to your scalp to cool.
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Legendary hairstylist Chris McMillan calls the look he created on Hudson “Veronica Lake-meets-Jerry Hall.” He curled her locks with a 1-inch iron, brushed through her strands with a Mason Pearson, then set her strands with Living Proof’s Flex Shaping Hairspray ($24).
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For serious shine, hairstylist Renato Campora applied Kérastase’s Laque Couture ($35) to the actress’ locks after he wrapped her strands into a tight chignon.
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Don’t worry, we didn’t forget our favorite man hair! Hairstylist Chase Kusero applied a cocktail of Vidal Sassoon’s Waves Primer Spray ($5) under the Waves Pomade ($5) to the actor’s locks, let him sleep on it for lived-in texture, then used the brand’s ColorFinity Dry Shampoo in Rich Darks ($5) the next day.
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Hairstylist Mara Roszak was inspired by “old Hollywood glam,” so she curled the bottom half of Biel’s locks with a 1 ½-inch curling iron, then applied L’Oreal Paris’ Advanced Hairstyle Sleek It Strand-Smoother Serum Spray ($5) for a shiny finish.
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To create a “modern movie star” look, makeup artist Jeanine Lobell applied a strip of faux lashes to Blanchett’s eyes, then used Lancôme’s Hypnôse Waterproof Custom Volume Mascara ($28) in Black for added volume.
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Lawrence paired her red Dior dress with Deborah Lippmann’s Nail Lacquer ($18) in Sarah Smile under a coat of Tiny Dancer.
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“The almond shape gave Anne’s nails a bit of an edge while still feeling very old-Hollywood glam,” says nail artist Tom Bachik. After shaping, he painted the actress’ nails with a nude polish under a coat of L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Polish ($6) in Sweet Nothings.
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“We didn’t want to do a typical red lip,” says makeup artist Jenn Streicher. Instead, she used the deep plum hue of YSL’s Rouge Pur Couture Glossy Stain ($35) in #1 Violet Edition on Robbie.
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Makeup artist Matthew VanLeeuwen used Giorgio Armani’s Rouge Ecstasy Lipstick ($34) in #502 Scarlatto to achieve the actress’ deep red pout.