See the Most Gorgeous Hair And Makeup Looks From the 2019 Oscars

This year’s Oscars red carpet was full of gorgeous beauty trends. Click through to see all the eye-catching looks for some major beauty inspiration. Plus, see all the glamorous looks from the red carpet.

Kate Bosworth had her hair pulled back into a sleek and shiny chignon that had golden strong woven throughout. It mirrored her dress and glittery golden eyeshadow.

Victoria’s Secret Angel Jasmine Tookes wore a killer braided ponytail and maroon eyeshadow to match her gown.

Miley Cyrus embraced her natural blonde curls at the Vanity Fair Oscars after party.

Supermodel Kendall Jenner paired the bounciest blowout and hair flip ever—and convinced us to make an appointment at our local Drybar ASAP.

Gabrielle Union couldn’t stop playing with her new choppy pixie cut on the red carpet.

The only thing bolder than wearing a tuxedo on a red carpet is pairing it with an Old Hollywood wave set and a dramatic metallic blue eye look. Somehow it all works—and it’s one of our favorite looks of the night.

There is no age limit for a metallic smoky eye, as Maye Musk proved.

JLO brought her signature bronzed, glowing skin and soft Hollywood waves to this year’s Oscars red carpet.

Get her hair look:

“I prepared the wet hair with the Color Wow Dream Coat Anti-Humidity Hair Treatment,” says hairstylist Chris Appleton. “Then I applied Color Wow Raise the Root all over the hair and blow dried it straight using the ghd air® hair dryer and ghd paddle brush. Next, I put her hair in a side part and then used the ghd curve soft curl iron to curl the hair but leaving the roots flat. Then, I sprayed the Color Wow Cult Favorite Firm + Flexible Hairspray and brushed it through her hair for a controlled wave. Then I used the ghd curve soft curl iron on the top of her hair to create a sleek sculpted look. I finished it all off with the Color Wow Pop & Lock Gloss Treatment for shine.

Charlize Theron debuted a new dark brown hair color and sharp bob at this year’s awards, which she paired with an electric orange-red lipstick. “When I saw the beautiful light Japanese indigo fabric on her Dior dress, I immediately knew I wanted to create a dramatic contrast with her hair. I envisioned taking her hair to a luxe and rich shade of brown that would enhance those gorgeous blue eyes,” hairstylist Adir Abergel, who worked with Virtue Labs, said. “Charlize is an incredible creative artist who is fearless and willing to experiment. When I presented her the concept to go brunette for the Oscars, she totally trusted me. I think what’s really beautiful is that hair is one of your greatest accessories and changing your hair color is an amazing way to play with your look.”

A bronze Lady Gaga swept her hair into a voluminous updo that channeled Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. “Her makeup was all about being soft, fresh and young. We didn’t want anything to distract from this special moment,” said Sarah Tanno, celebrity makeup artist and Marc Jacobs Beauty ambassador.

A sharp black cat-eye and wispy bun on Gemma Chan. “I wanted to complement her gorgeous statement gown, so I decided to do a strong graphic liner with emerald green shadow and make Gemma’s eyes the focal point of her makeup,” said makeup artist Monika Blunder, who worked with Cle de Peau Beaute.

A beachy texture gave Brie Larson’s new blonde bob an edgy appeal. “I wanted her hair to have a cool girl slept-in textured soft and not over shiny look to complement her sparkling dress,” said Bryce Scarlett, Larson’s hairstylist who worked with Moroccanoil.

A golden crown fit for a braided queen on Black Panther‘s Danai Gurira. “Danai’s hairstyle was inspired by African Princess Royalty. I wanted to create something strong, regal, and elegant that complemented her dress along with her 1920’s Fred Leighton headband so we went with gorgeous regal braids,” said Larry Sims, a celebrity hairstylist who worked with Biolage.

Emma Stone’s eyes matched her hair and her custom Louis Vuitton sequined gowns.

Get the look:

“I really wanted to make the eyes the main focus of this look. I applied the Phyto Eye Twist in copper to the lid, crease and lower lash,” said Stone’s makeup artist Rachel Goodwin, who worked with Sisley Paris. “I then applied the topaze shade across the lid to define the edges to blend it with the PhytoKhol Star Waterproof Eyeliner in sparkling brown for a smoky, coppery look. To amp up the color, I put a swipe of Phyto Ombre Glow in amber across the lid to further emphasize the colors of the dress. I filled her brows in using the Phyto-Sourcils Design Brow Pencil in brun. I then finished the eyes with a few coats of the New So Volume Mascara in deep black for a dramatic, voluminous look.

A pop of silver in the inner corner of the eyes is sometimes all you need to make a major beauty statement, like Kacey Musgraves. “As always, I take my cues from Kacey’s fashion choice and her stylist Erica Cloud dressed her in what she calls ‘cotton candy confection’ in the show-stopping Giambattista Valli Haute Couture,” said makeup artist Moani Lee, who worked with all Pat McGrath Labs products. “I have always been inspired by the old Italian film stars and I wanted to embrace a modern take on an iconic Hollywood sultriness with a touch of freshness.”

A power pony if we’ve ever seen one, on the impossibly gorgeous Angela Bassett.

Fresh, glowing makeup and a sleek and sharp bob on supermodel Irina Shayk. Celebrity makeup artist Tatyana Makarova applied Marc Jacobs Beauty’s Enamored Hydrating Lip Gloss Stick in Mocha Choco-Lata! to create her glossy nude lip.

Clarke debuted a new hair color on the Oscars red carpet. Going back to her roots, the Game of Thrones star dyed her hair back to a chestnut-brown color, the styled it with a sleek center part. “Emilia returned to a rich brunette for the Oscars —a really rich, healthy glossy shade that is just a touch darker than her natural color,” says hairstylist and Virtue Labs ambassador Nicola Clarke. “I used Virtue ColorKick to amp the gloss and shine and maintain the health of the hair during the color process.”

A soft and wavy ponytail on Crazy Rich Asians star Constance Wu, plus the perfect pink lipstick to stand-out against a marigold dress. “Constance is dressed in custom marigold Versace for the Oscars, dripped in Swarovski crystal,” noted celebrity makeup artist Molly Greenwald, who worked with Pat McGrath Labs. “We wanted to make sure the makeup matched such a glamorous and timeless look.”

Never one to shy away from a bold beauty look, Laura Harrier just changed our minds about blue eyeshadow—it’s stunning. “For the eyes, I first used CHANEL Ombre Première in Pourpre Profond around the upper lash lines, lower lash lines and on the crease of her eyes and softly blended the edges,” said makeup artist Hung Vanngo. “I then defined the upper and outer lash lines using CHANEL Stylo Yeux Waterproof in Espresso. Finally, I applied CHANEL Ombre Première in Nuage Bleuon the center of her eye lids to highlight the baby blue color of her dress. To complete the eye look, I applied CHANEL Inimitable Mascara in Noir on her upper and lower lashes.”

The model looked stunning with her hair pulled back into a sleek bun and accentuated with a ton of tiny velvet Jennifer Behr bows. Plus, we never met a black eyeliner and rosy-nude lipstick we didn’t love. Graham wore all Revlon makeup (she is a face of the brand, after all) and trusted celebrity makeup artist Kate Synnott to create the Sophia Loren-inspired look.

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