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After last year’s low-key award shows, the stars showed up to the Oscars 2022 giving it 100 percent in the beauty department. So far, no one really called it in. Instead, they hired A teams in hair and makeup to ensure no hair or lipstick is out of place. Come and drool over our favorites while we help you steal their looks with products you can buy now. And they’re not all pricey. Score.
This year’s Oscars brought all the biggest celebs, including Zendaya (in a crop top!), Vanessa Hudgens, Rachel Zegler, Ariana DeBose and so many more. Young Hollywood is seriously killing it this year. Influencers, including TikTokers, are there this time around as well, maybe for the first time. We’ve never seen this many social stars on the red carpet. Remi Bader is casually posing near Nicole Kidman. Major!
OK, now let’s get to the best of the best looks. Check back here for more as we continue to update you.
We can always count on KStew to surprise on the red carpet and this side-swept hairstyle did just that. Hairstylist Adir Abergel used Virtue hair products with Dyson tools to embrace her natural texture.
Does she ever not totally kill it? H.E.R. can thank makeup artist Nina Monique and hairstylist Marissa Vossen for helping her slay at the Oscar. They both used L’Oréal Paris products, including True Match Foundation and Dream Lengths Non-Stop Dreamy Curls Leave-In Cream .
Makeup artist Tonya Brewer ensured Hudgens fit in with the big stars on the Oscars red carpet. She prepped her skin with Mario Badescu skincare and used Solawave tools to banish breakouts. Brewer also used Pat McGrath Labs makeup for the glam. Hairstylist Danielle Priano gave her this sleek bun using Sexy Hair products and Irresistible Me extensions.
The actor got to wear an unreleased Charlotte Tilbury highlighter to the Oscars and we’re so jealous.
Makeup artist Molly Greenwald used Byredo makeup and seriously killed it. That perfect red lip? The shade is called Red Armchair. Hairstylist Marcia Hamilton used Ross’ own haircare brand, Pattern, for this snatched updo.
Cox is playing multiple roles tonight, hosting E!‘s red carpet. She’s never looked so good.
We’re loving a brunette Lily James in pretty, soft waves by Danilo Dixon using Sebastian Professional. Makeup artist Hung Vanngo was responsible for the stunning makeup. First, he prepped the skin using Naturium Skincare and then used Anastasia Beverly Hills products, including the viral Brow Freeze.
The West Side Story actor just might win the big award tonight and she’s playing the part.
We didn’t expect this duo to hit the red carpet but Travis is performing so of course, Kourtney is a gorgeous plus one. Makeup artist Rokael used’s CurrentBody Skin LED Neck and Dec Perfector to get her glowing, along with Noble Panacea skincare. Kardashian is also wearing Kiss lashes and KVD Vegan Beauty makeup.
Hairstylist Antoinette Hill gave Zendaya this stunning swept-up hair because “we felt it’s very glamorous and Hollywood-esque,” she said. She used Hidden Crown hair, Joico and TRESemmé products and T3 tools to get the look.
Venus and Serena have never looked more glam than tonight. Makeup artist Karina Milan prepped Venus skin with Lancer Skincare and applied Byredo makeup.
Hairstylist Bryce Scarlett used the L’Oréal Professionnel’s Steampod Flat Iron & Styler to get this sleek style, while Madison Reed Color Therapy Mask in Perla brightened her blonde. For the glam, makeup artist Pati Dubroff used Chanel Beauty on her face (along with skin prep from Tata Harper) and ALLEVEN’s Colour Shield Glow on her body.
One of the best beauty looks of the night is always Nicole Kidman in a classicly beautiful style.
This chic updo was partly inspired by African figures in classical Greek art created by her longtime stylist, Vernon François using Matrix products, according to the brand. Makeup artist Nick Barose is responsible for the glam with Lancôme makeup including the new Idôle Liquid Liner.
The CODA actor isn’t new to the red carpet and she definitely didn’t disappoint tonight. Hairstylist Craig Gangi used Oribe Hair Care for her glam waves.
Colman really channeled Old Hollywood with this twisted updo. Hairstylist Marcus Francis used Better Not Younger products for the sleek look, while makeup artist Sarah Uslan prepped Colman’s skin with the CurrentBody Skin LED Neck and Dec Perfector and applied Charlotte Tilbury makeup.