Get These Stunning Makeup Looks from Our Favorite Oscars’ Beauties Last Night


If you can allow us to sway your attention off of the biggest “oops” of Oscars history – the revealing of “Best Picture” Award pretty much put everyone in a frenzy, and many are still taking about it – however we are still star struck off of the ultimate beauty looks seen on the red carpets. Typically we like to share our best dressed such as Janelle Monae, Kirsten Dunst, Taraji P. Henson and more, but the beauty spectacle was laser focused last night on many actresses and celebrities. We digged deep to find out the details of some of our favorite starlet’s makeup looks, and wanted to share them right here on FWH. We are giving you 4 looks to help you recreate that Oscar glow yourself for a night out on the town or just for fun. Take a look below.


Olivia Culpo Smoky Lavender Look

Makeup Artist: Sir John

Do you want that “pow” eye effect? The kind that will cause someone to get too close for comfort just to see how striking your eyes are? MUA Sir John who works with Beyonce and Kim Kardashian, gave Culpo a smoky purple eye look with L’oreal’s Infallible Eye Paints in Shady Violet ($7.99) and  Colour Riche Pocket Palette in Violet Amour ($9) in an all over effect that we want to copy ASAP. We love how he toned it down with a nude lip using L’Oréal® Paris Colour Riche Lipliner and topping it off with L’Oréal® Paris Infallible Pro-Matte Gloss.


Naomi Harris Natural Look with Red Eyeshadow

Makeup Artist: MakeupbyMario

Actress Naomi Harris from Moonlight (Best Picture) looked beautiful in her white Calvin Klein dress – minimal chic and classy. Her makeup artist complimented her with an au natural palette while having a little fun with the eyes. He used Chanel Quadra Eyeshadow in Candeur and eyeliner in Mat taupe. This beautiful look included all Chanel products. Her foundation is Les Beiges Healthy Glow Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 25, eyebrows were drawn in with La Palette Sourcils De Chanel Brow Powder Duo in 50 Brun, and her blush is Joues Contraste powder blush in Angelique The lips are Jumbo Longwear Lip Crayon in Beige Rose, Rouge Coco Gloss in Melted Honey, and Top Coat in Excitation.


Janelle Monae in ‘Bronze Goddess’ Look

Makeup Artist: Jessica P. Smalls

One of the best dressed of the night wowed everyone in her see-through Elie Saab gown and adorable new pixie cut. Her bronzed beauty glow made Monae a fairy goddess because everything was just so sparkly and intricate. Her makeup artist Jessica P. Smalls used Covergirl Queen products (Monae is a spokesperson) and mixed Covergirl truBlend Bronzer in Bronze and mixed it with her moisturizer to prep her skin. She also defined her cheeks a bit more by blending Covergirl Queen Collection Natural Hue Bronzer in Ebony Bronze to intensify the glow. Absolutely Beautiful.


Karlie Kloss in an Old Hollywood, Peachy Glow

Makeup Artist: Hung Vanngo

The 6 ft 2 model hosted the red carpet in a Stella McCartney white gown and old Hollywood waves curls with a lovely peach makeup look by Hung Vanngo. Unfortunately, we couldnt find the exact details of what products he used, so we did our own similar versions for you guys. You can achieve this glow with a peachy coral blush by Milani Blush in Luminoso, a deep tangerine lipstick like this one from Nars (Nars Audacious Lipstick in Geraldine-tangerine) and a bronze eyeshadow palette like this one from CARGO.

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