The Best Beauty Looks From the 2020 Oscars Red Carpet
The Oscars are known as one of the biggest nights in entertainment, which means, yes, every celeb walking the red carpet brings their A-game.
From Regina King's pink soft glam and matching dress to Billy Porter's supple skin and glimmering gold gown, the fashion at this year's Academy Awards isn't all that has wowed us, but also the makeup. Plus, we're noticing that there's one trending color taking over the red carpet.
Here, we've rounded up all the best beauty looks of the night as the stars made their way down the red carpet. And believe us, they're so damn good.
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Hairstylist Aviva Perea wanted Ferrera's custom red Alberta Ferretti dress to do all the talking tonight. “We wanted to keep her hair super sleek and shiny with a center part,” she says. To create the actress' super straight 'do, Perea used Suave Professionals Keratin Infusion Smoothing Shampoo and Conditioner, followed by Dyson Supersonic hair dryer Professional edition for drying, then finished with Suave Professionals for Natural Hair Define & Shine Gel Serum for added shine. Makeup artist Vanessa Scali used products from Lorac to give the star neutral glam.
The actress' hair was styled by none other than Lacy Redway, who used Nexxus Comb Thru Volume Finishing Mist Hairspray to give the star's hair half up, half down curly style flexible hold. As for her makeup, Beetz opted to use black liner to create a smudgy eye, complete with thick, fluttery lashes. She finished the look with a glossy nude lip.
The TV host wore her hair in a side-parted updo with a single tendril. She kept her makeup simple, going with a neutral smoky eye and a nude lip.
Porter's larger-than-life glimmering gold gown matched with his fresh, supple skin, courtesy of e.l.f.'s Flawless Finish Foundation, along with a subtle pink eyeshadow. As for hair, stylist Anna Bernabe used Suave Professionals for Natural Hair Define & Shine Gel Serum to give the star an Old Hollywood side-parted, sleek look.
Dern kept the pink soft glam look alive on the red carpet. Makeup artist Gita Bass gave the actress glowy, rosy cheeks using Armani Beauty's A-Line Liquid Blush in Raspberry. The actress also matched her nails to her makeup, opting for Deborah Lippmann's Gel Lab Pro Nail Polish in Brand New Day and Love at First Sight for her mani.
Much like fellow actress Laura Dern, Oh also opted for rosy glowing cheeks and a pink nude lip using Armani Beauty's A-Line Liquid Blush and Lip Maestro Liquid Lipstick in Sandstone, respectively. Hairstylist Peter Butler created a voluminous, braided updo for the star using Suave Professionals Sleek Anti Frizz Cream, then finished off with the brand's Flexible Control Finishing hairspray.
Hairstylist John D. gave the director a classic French twist half up, half down style using the Premium Styling Dry Texture Finishing Spray from TRESemmé to give the look some texture. As for glam, the star's skin was prepped by facialist Joanna Vargas. Then makeup artist Jenn Streicher used Sisley-Paris Black Rose Eye Contour Fluid around the star's eye area, and opted to give her gold and olive eyeshadow by using Armani Beauty's Eyes to Kill Quattro in Incognito, thick top liner, and a soft pink matte lip.
Monáe's go-to makeup artist Jessica Smalls used Dermaflash's Luxe Anti-Aging Dermaplaning Exfoliation Device along with Koh Gen Do products to prep the star's skin. She finished the look by creating a glittery cat eye, complete with fluttery lashes from Lashify, and a bold red lip. Hairstylist Nikki Nelms used Maui Moisture's Heal & Hydrate + Shea Butter Combing Cream to prep the star's hair, then followed up with the ghd Curve Soft Curl Iron to create a side-swept look.
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Hayek Pinault's larger-than-life bun was created by none other than hairstylist Jennifer Yepez using Wen's Bella Spirit Dry Oil for extra shine. Makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic gave the star soft glam using products from YSL Beauty, and finished off the look with a pink lip created by the brand's Rouge Pur Couture The Slim Matte Lipstick in Contrary Fuchsia.
Makeup artist Lisa Storey gave Portman neutral glam using Dior's Diorskin Nude Luminizer Shimmering Glow Powder in Coral Pop for an unforgettable glow, followed by Diorshow On Stage Liquid Eyeliner to make Portman's eyes pop. Her hair was styled into a piecey center-parted bob, with one side tucked behind her ear.
Hairstylist Coree Moreno styled Erivo's short cut using Dove's Amplified Textures Shine & Moisture Finishing Gel. Then makeup artist Terrell Mullin finished off the star's Old Hollywood look by creating a smoky eye and giving her soft, glowy skin using Armani Beauty products.
Theron wore Dior from head-to-toe tonight — including her makeup. The star used the luxury line's 5 Couleurs Eyeshadow for her soft, pink lids, which paired perfectly with her glossy lip created with Dior Addict Stellar Shine Lipstick in Peace Star. Her signature blonde hair was styled by Adir Abergel, who slicked back her pixie cut and added a hidden headband.
Rudolph switched things up on the red carpet with makeup artist Molly R. Stern pairing the actress' vibrant purple eyeshadow with a rosy cheeks and nude lip using Armani Beauty's Lip Maestro Liquid Lipstick in Desert. Her hair was cut and styled into a sleek blunt bob.