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10 Can’t-Miss Hollywood Beauty Moments From The 2019 Oscars Red Carpet

10 Can’t-Miss Hollywood Beauty Moments From The 2019 Oscars Red Carpet

The Oscars® are arguably the most highly-anticipated awards show of the season — both for the awards themselves, but also for the beauty looks that grace the red carpet. And 2019 did not disappoint: from Emma Stone’s burgundy eyeshadow to Lady Gaga’s intricate updo, choosing the best looks of the night was nothing short of a challenge. Below, we are sharing 10 of our favorites hair and makeup moments from the 91st Academy Awards®.

Amy Adams

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The Vice star proved that chicness and a natural, undone look can coincide. Her skin looked healthy with a slightly flushed cheek, and her hair fell in soft beachy waves.

Hair: John D. for TRESemmé®

Key products used: TRESemmé Compressed Micro Mist Hair Spray Hold Level 3: Boost ($5)

Glenn Close


The nominee was a vision in a gleaming bronzed cheek, peony pink satin lipstick, and fluffy, tousled hair.

Hair: Brant Mayfield for Leonor Greyl®
Makeup/Skin: Kai Pritchard for Retrouvé® skincare and Lashify® lashes.

Kacey Musgraves

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The Emmy winner’s hair was pulled back in a sleek updo that centered the attention on her radiant skin. We are fans of her ethereal cheek highlight, rosy blush, and slick eyeliner.

Angela Bassett


The Black Panther actress looked sleek in the front and fierce in the back with a voluminous ponytail that was long enough to rival Rapunzel’s. We loved her plum-colored matte lipstick and smokey eyeshadow combination, too.

Makeup: D’Andre Michael

Emma Stone


The nominee sported a super deep-side part and an elegant low chignon. Her burgundy eyeshadow was the center of her makeup look.

Hair: Mara Roszak for Leonor Greyl
Makeup: Rachel Goodwin

Key products used: Leonor Greyl Sérum de Soie SublimateurTM ($46), Sisley Paris® Black Rose Cream Mask ($89)

Constance Wu

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We loved the star’s sporty ponytail, which fell into lush waves. Her makeup look was simple and centered on her rose-colored lip.

Makeup: Molly Greenwald for Pat McGrath Labs®

Skin: Joanna Vargas

Tina Fey

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The comedian embodied old Hollywood glamour with an ultra-deep side part and voluminous curls. We loved her sapphire blue eyeliner, which gave the look a modern edge.

Rachel Weisz


The actress made a case for statement hair accessories with a delicate silver leaf headband, which held her ultra-glossy strands back from her face. We loved her fresh-faced ensemble of full brows and flushed lip.

Lady Gaga

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Gaga looked like a 21st century Holly Golightly with an intricate updo, bold brows, and a modern take on frosted eyeshadow.

Makeup: Sarah Tanno for Marc Jacobs® beauty

Key products used: Marc Jacobs Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette in Steel(etto) ($49)

Jennifer Lopez

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JLo’s megawatt glow was hardly surprising, but noteworthy nonetheless. The 49-year-old completed the look with smokey eyeshadow, kohl eyeliner, and a glossy nude lip. Her hair fell in a soft S-shaped bend.

Regina King

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The Oscar winner caught our attention with her luminous skin, glossy lips, and lush lashes that framed her emerald-green eyes. Her hair fell in a piecey, tousled bob.

Makeup: Latrice Johnson for Pat McGrath

Key products used: Pat McGrath Gloss in Wicked WhisperTM ($28)