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There was no shortage of gorgeous hair and makeup looks at this year's Academy Awards. Click through to see each one!
For this wavy Old Hollywood hairstyle, stylist Robert Vetica used Vidal Sasson Pro Series Boost & Lift Foaming Air Mousse to not only shape the look, but to protect it from the humidity.
Jessica Biel's glowy makeup look began with super-moisutrized skin thanks to a combo of Kiehl's Ultra Facial Cream Intense Hydration and Kiehl's Creamy Eye Treatment. Kayleen McAdams, CK One Color's global makeup artist, used CK One Cream and Color Powder Blush Duo in Breath 100 on the apples of Jessica's cheeks to warm up her look.
Hairstylist Larry Sims used Smooth 'N Shine Gro Pro Gro Creme Oil to smooth out the front of Lupita Nyong'o's hairline before topping it off with a gorgeous Fred Leighton diamond headband.
"I created a very precise eye that makes a statement, but still works well with Olivia Wilde's skin and light peach lips," says Revlon makeup artist Melanie Inglessis. The key products for Olivia's '60s-inspired look were Revlon ColorStay Eyeliner in Black and Revlon ColorStay Liquid Liner in Blackest Black.
"The look we did tonight on Kate Hudson is a modern take on a classic 1930s or 1940s hairstyle," says Chris McMillan, Living Proof celebrity hairstylist. "I saw it as Veronica Lake meets Jerry Hall and the key to the whole hairstyle is Living Proof Prime Style Extender. Because of the rain we needed to use a product that would seal the hair and protect it from all the moisture in the air."
Anne Hathaway let her signature statement brows and perfect skin take the spotlight with neutral makeup. Chanel celebrity makeup artist Kate Lee used Anastasia Beverly Hills Tinted Brow Gel to make them stand out.
Amy Adams' sculpted French twist was created by hairstylist Renato Campora with multiple applications of Kérastase Mousse Bouffante for hold and shine. He curled the top section with a 1" barrel iron to create waves and polished off the look with Kérastase Laque Couture.
St. Tropez skin finishing expert Fiona Locke created Chrissy Teigen's all-over glow with the brand's new Self Tan Luxe Dry Oil, which has a non-greasy formula that moisturizes as it gives skin a sunkissed look.
Jennifer Lawrence channeled her brand-new Dior ad campaign with windblown hair and a simple, classic makeup look.
Celebrity makeup artist Patrick de Fontbrune perfected Camila Alves' skin by prepping it with Vbeauté Undercover Agent Anti Wrinkle Serum before applying a mix of Votre Vu's Love Me Deux Tinted Moisturizer in Paris and St. Tropez with a sponge. "This allowed me to concentrate and build coverage where needed. For the more delicate areas like under the eyes, I used my fingers to apply the tinted moisturizer. Camila has the most perfect skin already so Love Me Deux provided just enough coverage," says de Fontbrune.
"We decided to go with a modern take on the timeless French twist to complement Anna Kendrick's intricate neckline. It's a little punk-inspired and a little glam," says Mark Hampton, Toni&Guy Hair Meet Wardrobe global ambassador. He used Toni&Guy Hair Meet Wardrobe Glamour Firm Hold Hairspray to make her style to last all night long.
Margot Robbie debuted a dark brunette hair color for the first time on the red carpet, styling it in glossy, side-parted waves and completing the beauty look with vampy purple lips. Makeup artist Jenn Streicher actually used an eyeliner, YSL Effet Faux Cils Creme D'Eyeliner in #5 Cherry Black, paired with YSL Rouge Pur Couture Glossy Stain #1 Violet Edition to create the bold lip look.
Presenter Emma Watson went for red lips and a half-up hairstyle, which she accessorized with glittery Jessica McCormack star pins.
Kerry Washington chose a deep berry lip to pair with her monochromatic gown. Makeup artist Carola Gonzalez used Giorgio Armani Rouge d'Armani 609 layered underneath Neutrogena MoistureSmooth Color Stick in Rich Raisin for a glossy touch.
Angelina Jolie oozed movie star glam with a perfect blowout, dewy skin and dark kohl-rimmed eyes.
For Charlize Theron's sleek hair look, hairstylist Enzo Angileri aimed for a modern-day Twiggy vibe by using Wella Professionals Oil Reflections after a blowout to create tons of shine and prevent flyaways.
Sandra Bullock went for glossy, tight curls swept to the side to show off her statement earrings.
Viola Davis styled her short hair into retro finger waves.
Naomi Watts' dark red lip gave her all-white ensemble a punch of color. Makeup artist Matthew VanLeeuwen lined the lips with Giorgio Armani #7 Smooth Silk Lip Pencil and filled them in with Giorgio Armani Rouge Ecstasy Lipstick in #502 Scarlatto.
Julia Roberts went for a mix of neutrals for her makeup and nail look. On the lips she chose a peachy shade, Lancome Rouge in Love in Delicate Lace, and for her nails she went with Lancome Nail Polish in Gris Angora, a light grey hue. "Instead of the usual nude, sheer or dark nails you normally see on the [Oscars] red carpet, we wanted a cool color with a modern twist," says manicurist Lisa Jachno of labnails. "I gravitated towards this color right away with one look at her multiple diamond bracelets and Bulgari jewels."
Kristen Bell chose a low, twisted bun with a few face-framing pieces. A slick middle part amped up the classic look.
Lady Gaga made a surprising appearance with a teased, sculpted hairstyle that was pulled together in a sophisticated knot.
Penelope Cruz's slicked-back ballerina bun left all the focus on her gorgeous makeup. "Her makeup look was inspired by Sophia Loren," says makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury. "I wanted to really exaggerate her incredible almond-shaped eyes and make them the main focus of the look." To recreate her sultry eye makeup, line both upper and lower lash lines with a black kohl liner and complete it with a cat eye. Then use copper eyeshadow all over the lids and top it off with mascara.
Maria Menounos looked so romantic, wearing two loose braids pulled back into a swirly updo.
Jenna Dewan-Tatum's low bun with face-framing pieces was created with her embellished dress in mind. "With the dress being so pretty, I wanted the hair to stay off her face and the dress, but still have soft movement," says Clear Scalp & Hair stylist Jen Atkin. To get this look at home, it starts with an amazing shampoo and conditioner. "I love starting this style by washing hair with Clear Scalp & Hair's Strong Lengths Shampoo and Conditioner. It nourishes the scalp, while protecting hair from any styling tools," says Atkin.
Presenter Jennifer Garner went for loose, bedhead-style waves with sexy sideswept bangs.
An Oscars beauty story wouldn't be complete without Jared Leto's famous ombré hair. Though his hairstylist Chase Kusero hinted at a Grammys Beyoncé-inspired wet hair look, instead Jared ditched his man bun for the night and let his hair down in signature loose waves.