The Best Beauty Looks From the 2023 Oscars Red Carpet
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Red carpet season comes to an end with what is arguably the most glamorous award show of them all: The Oscars.
Hosted in sunny Los Angeles, California, the 95th Academy Awards is gearing up to be one of the biggest shows in Oscars history — and of course, the beauty looks have to meet the moment. We’re talking classic updos, red lips galore, callbacks to Old Hollywood glam, and a few risks here and there on all our favorite stars.
From Elizabeth Olsen to Vanessa Hudgens, here are the best beauty looks from the 2023 Oscars red carpet. This is a night of beauty that we won’t be forgetting anytime soon.
1. Vanessa Hudgens
Hudgens went Old Hollywood glam. Styled by Danielle Priano using the Hidden Crown Deep Brown (#1b) 18-inch original clip-in extensions for added length and Big SexyHair Spray & Stay Intense Hold Hairspray, she wore a structured loop at the top of her head. To match her vintage Chanel gown, she wore a delicate black ribbon around her bun tied nicely into a bow. She kept her makeup minimal, with a nude lip and subtle smokey shadow all over her lids.
2. Ashley Graham
Graham elevated the classic updo with an abstract and intricately woven braided top knot. Celebrity makeup artist Ivan Nunez kept the makeup simple with the Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Brazilian Tan 672, a ’90s nude glossy lip, and thick winged liner.
3. Elizabeth Olsen
An oldie but a goodie. You can never go wrong with a deep red lip. Take a cue from Olsen, who wore the red carpet. Celebrity hairstylist Mark Townsend then used the PHYTO 7 Moisturizing Day Cream throughout her hair and swept it up in a slicked-back updo.
4. Jamie Lee Curtis
Curtis’s signature silver hair shines bright with white highlights in her layered pixie cut. Speaking of shining bright, Celebrity Makeup Artist Grace Ahn used the Anastasia Beverly Hills use Primrose Palette for a shimmer over her eyelids and a glossy lip.
5. Cara Delevingne
Celebrity hairstylist Danielle Priano went the classic updo route for Delevingne, using the Healthy SexyHair Active Recovery Repairing Blow Dry Foam to slick hair back into a tight low bun. Delevingne skin is also just glowing on its own as Hung Vanngo used the NakedBeauty MD Damask Rose Revitalizing Gold-Infused Hydrogel Eye Mask.
6. Halle Bailey
Looking very much like a Disney princess, Bailey braided her natural curls along the crown of her head before letting them cascade down and be wrapped in a stunning low bun.
7. Eva Longoria
Making wet hair look ultra glam, Longoria wore hers slicked back and down past her shoulders. She then went sultry with a mix of silver and black for a bold smokey eye.
8. Florence Pugh
Pugh wore a geometric flipped bun to the red carpet. The black velvet bow adds a nice finishing touch to the inventive hairstyle.
The epitome of Old Hollywood Glam, Bingbing wore a classic red lip and her hair styled in a retro ‘50s pinup-esque do.
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Wearing regal purple, Bassett matched her Moschino gown with mauve shadow and a matte lip for a soft and bright makeup look. Celebrity makeup artist D’Andre Michael used the Chanel Le Crayon Lèvres Longwear Lip Pencil in Rouge Noir to line lips and fiiled in with the Rouge Allure Velvet Luminous Matte Lip Colour in Intuitive. Her curls are feathered out for maximum volume.
Angela Bassett Wore the Most Dramatic Moschino Gown to the 2023 Oscars
Hsu wore subtle blush and a deep pink lip to match her bubble pink Valentino gown. Her hair, done by Brian Fisher with FEKKAI, has soft waves for a romantic look.
Stephanie Hsu’s Pink 2023 Oscars Gown Featured a Throwback Bubble Hem
To say Gurira stunned with her Oscars look is an understatement. She wore her hair in a super tall structural updo with a white silver band for an accent hair accessory.
Celebrity makeup artist Kristofer Buckle matched the shimmer of Chastain’s dress with bright glitter shadow from Charlotte Tilbury and a staple red lip. For hair, celebrity stylist Renato Campora gave Chastain’s signature red hair glam waves using Hair Ritual by Sisley Paris.
Celebrity hairstylist Mara Roszak styled Yeoh’s hair using FEKKAI products for those effortless waves. As a nice finishing touch, Yeoh wore a statement jeweled head piece.
Celebrity hairstylist Robert Vetica used the Better Not Younger Lift Me Up Hair Thickener to give Blanchett’s hair lift and texture for her angelic braided updo.
Ana de Armas
De Armas went subtle with a mix of the new Estée Lauder Pure Color Lipstick in Irresistible and Renegade for a hybrid mauve and Bordeaux shade topped with a gloss for a shiny finish.
Monáe rarely disappoints on the red carpet, and this year’s Oscars were no exception. They wore their hair slicked and braided into a bun with silver string woven throughout. Celebrity hairstylist Nikki Nelms used the Bumble and bumble Semisumo to secure the cornrows and added the Hairdresser’s Invisible Oil at the base before weaving the metallic piece. They then paired a nude lip with a winged liner for another classic makeup look.
Dark with a rocker edge, Gaga wore thick black liner to define the shape of her eyes and matched it with a bold red lip.
Lady Gaga Stunned at the 2023 Oscars Red Carpet in a Sheer Versace Gown
Berry’s skin always naturally glows and for this award season, it was prepped with the Currentbody LED Face Mask. Celebrity makeup artist Jorge Monroy used Charlotte Tilbury’s shimmer shadow to match the jeweled flowers on Berry’s gorgeous gown and for that 60’s and ’70s disco vibes. Celebrity hairstylist Sara Seward curled Berry’s hair in ’40s finger wave curls using Virtue Lab’s Healing Oil.
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14 Studded French Manicures Trending for Spring
Instagram and TikTok are home to dozens of trending nail art ideas, and one of the most popular looks these days is none other than the studded French manicure.
It’s exactly as it sounds: A French manicure with stud accents, which come in many forms—from rhinestones to pearls to sequins and more. If you love to shake up a classic French mani and are looking to go even bolder than a new color or design variation, adding bling like this is the solution you’ll want to try ASAP. Ahead, find 14 studded French manicure ideas to help inspire your next nail look.
While many studded French manicures feature rhinestones or pearls, this beauty shakes things up with heart-shaped gems in coordinating colors with the tips. To sum it up: We’re obsessed.
Whether you’re looking for a festive nail look fit for a specific occasion or simply love the color green, this glittery studded French mani will make you swoon. We adore the different sizes of nail gems, which give the design an especially whimsical appeal.
Iridescent nails are trending on social media, which makes these shimmery, cool-toned studded French tips that much more of a must. Swapping your go-to clear or neutral base for the reflective shade creates a brand-new look that will have everyone doing double-takes.
This metallic gold studded French mani is a stunning option for the astrology-obsessed, chrome lovers, and anyone who wants their nails to have main character energy. This mani is so pretty, we’d happily wear it year-round.
Love the idea of incorporating color into your mani but want to maintain classic French tips? Opt for colorful studs instead for a bejeweled moment that instantly sparks joy.
6. Studded Glitter French Tips
How gorgeous are these glittery silver French tips? The stars and gemstones here take the look over the top for what we’re dubbing the ultimate party mani.
7. Pearl Studded French Tips
Another way to rock studded nails is with pearls, which pair beautifully here with silver French tips. To recreate the look, start with the Lights Lacquer Nail Polish ($11) in the shade Adaline for the base. Then, use a silver polish of your choice to perfect your tips. (The Orly Half Moon Guides, $6, will help.) To complete the look, use the Lights Lacquer 3D Pearl Nail Stickers ($7).
8. Chrome Studs
Considering the popularity of chrome nails right now, this studded French manicure stands out for all the right reasons. To recreate the look, use OPI’s Nail Lacquer in the shades Bare My Soul ($14) and Onyx Skies ($12). Complete the look with chrome studs, like the ones in the Artquee 660-Piece Clear Black Sparkly Bling Nail Art Kit ($9).
9. Black Studded French Mani
For a cosmic take on the studded French manicure trend, consider working with a black, white, and gold palette for your nails. Instead of white French tips, confine the light color to pearl studs.
10. Star Studded French Tips
It’s more than possible create the appearance of a studded nail look without rhinestones or pearls. The trick is to have some kind of accent that adds a touch of texture and depth. Here, nail artist Melanie Graves used Pleasing’s Nail Polish ($20) in Perfect Pearl and Pearly Tops with star sequins to complete the look.
11. Wavy Studded French Tips
Into the idea of trying out the studded French manicure trend, but prefer more of a mismatched nail look? This abstract wavy French manicure will be an instant hit. Plus, that silver glitter polish used for the design is absolutely stunning.
12. Ballerina Pink Studded French Mani
Balletcore is still going strong on TikTok, which means this ballerina pink studded French manicure is an obvious choice. For a similar look, use Essie’s Nail Polish ($10) in the much-beloved Ballet Slippers shade as the base, and Sugar Daddy for the tips.
13. Negative Space Studded French Mani
While most studded French manis have the same base design, this one switches things up with an added negative space element at the cuticle—and we’re here for it.
14. Studded Gemstone French Mani
From the almond shape and classic palette to the mix of clear and holographic gemstones, there’s so much to love about this studded French mani.
Eva Longoria’s Oscars Makeup Included a $12 Mascara That Makes Lashes Look “Long and Separated,” Shoppers Say
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The 2023 Oscars may be over, but I can’t stop thinking about the looks that graced this year’s champagne carpet. One of the best-dressed stars IMHO? Eva Longoria. The actress wore a plunging, embellished Zuhair Murad gown, which was complemented by her sleek and smokey makeup. Longoria’s entire look was done with customer-loved L’Oreal Paris products, including this viral mascara that’s on sale for just $12 at Amazon.
L’Oreal’s Telescopic Lift Mascara was the finishing touch to Longoria’s dramatic cat-eye makeup. The product’s innovative brush has two kinds of bristles; one side lifts the lashes and loads on the product, while the other combs out and separates the lashes, together adding up to 5 millimeters of length, according to the brand. Plus, thanks to its ceramide-infused formula, the mascara lasts up to 36 hours and protects the lashes from damage. The washable, red carpet-worthy product is available on Amazon in three deep shades.
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Longoria has been a L’Oreal ambassador for nearly 20 years, so it’s no surprise her Oscars glam was done with the brand’s best-selling products. “Usually when we do a red carpet look, the dress determines the hair and makeup,” Longoria’s makeup artist Elan Bongiorno said in a press release. “This look was no different. We wanted something really modern to match.” And, since the actress went with slicked-back hair, “it had to be about the eyes,” Bongiorno said. The result was “a beautiful, modern cat-eye – not too thick or overwhelming. A nod to Sofia Loren and Old Hollywood, but with a modern twist.” If you’re looking to recreate Longoria’s look at home, the Telescopic mascara is the place to start.
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Not only is the product celebrity- and makeup-artist-approved, Amazon shoppers are big fans, too. One 65-year-old reviewer said it’s “the absolute best mascara [they] have ever used,” going on to say it lengthens and lifts the lashes as promised. A different customer said the product makes their eyelashes “look long and separated without clumping,” adding that they “wear it to the gym and even in the sauna,” but the mascara “stays put” all day long. Another shopper confirmed, saying the product “doesn’t flake or smudge.”
Shop the L’Oreal Paris Telescopic Lift Mascara while it’s still on sale for just $12 at Amazon. And, to recreate her entire Oscars look, shop Longoria’s other discounted L’Oreal picks, below, starting at $9.
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The ’90s Supermodel Bob Is the Secret to Instant Volume
Over the last few years, It-girl style trends from the 1990s and early aughts—pleated skirts, claw clips, fanny packs—have come back from the dead. While some beauty fads are best left in the past, others are worth welcoming back into your life with open arms.
One such trend: The chic ’90s supermodel bob, which celebrities have proved to be back in fashion. In fact, Jenna Ortega and Zendaya wore modern versions of the cut at the Golden Globes and SAG Awards, respectively, says Jerome Lordet, the director of Pierre Michel Salon in New York City.
To help you achieve the up-and-coming look, we tapped Lordet to break down what the cut entails, how to ask for it at the salon, and style tips to keep it looking fresh and voluminous at home.
What Is the ’90s Supermodel Bob?
The foundation of the ‘90s supermodel bob is, as the name suggests, a bob cut. Your hair will be cut to about chin-length, says Lordet, but it’s also popular nowadays to keep it a bit longer. Hairstylist Larry King, for example, gave his client a collarbone-length cut in his viral TikTok on the look.
What makes this bob reminiscent of the viral ’90s supermodel blowout are it’s flicky layers—especially on the back of the head—and incredible volume and movement. Bangs may also be part of the cut, but there aren’t any set-in-stone rules for the type of fringe: You can opt for blunt bangs that sweep over your eyebrows or curtain bangs that frame your face (which King shows in his video), says Lordet. That said, bangs are by no means a requirement, he adds.
Regardless of the length or amount of fringe, the result is low-maintenance, wash-and-wear hair that still looks glamorous, says Lordet. “It moves, it dances, it has that feeling of being free and less solid,” he adds.
What to Ask for
The good news: Today’s ‘90s supermodel bob works for most hair types, says Lordet, so don’t be afraid to ask your stylist to give you the chop. When it’s time for your appointment, bring photos of what you’re looking for in a bob cut—as well as examples of what you don’t want, Lordet suggests. This is the best method to ensure you and your stylist are on the same page and you don’t end up with a cut you regret.
You’ll also want to have an idea of the length you’re leaning toward and if bangs are in the cards, says Lordet. Ultimately, though, you should collaborate with your stylist to find the best ‘90s bob cut for your features, hair texture, and hair-care routine (like how often you prefer to style and wash your hair).
For example, even if you love the blunt bangs and chin-length chop shown in your reference photo, it may not be the best style for your face shape or hair type. And, ideally, your stylist will work with you to draw up a solution that better matches your needs and still syncs with your wants. “Make sure that your hairstylist isn’t doing [your] hair for themselves, and they do [your] hair for you,” says Lordet.
How to Style a ‘90s Supermodel Bob
Since the ‘90s supermodel bob is so effortless, you’ll generally be able to wake up with ready-to-wear hair, says Lordet. But if you want to turn up the glamour, blow-dry it with a round brush to give your locks a bit of movement. “Blow dry your hair in every direction to loosen it up and make it messy,” he suggests. You’ll also want to focus on the roots, which will lift them up and give them that classic ’90s fullness, he adds.
When working with wet hair, start by applying a volumizing hair mousse or mist. Then, blow dry it with a round brush—again focusing on the roots—for the look’s signature fluff and fullness, which King demonstrates in his video. To amp up the ‘90s vibe, curl your ends in with the round brush to add a “flicky movement to the hair,” King says in his clip.
Thanks to the lived-in look of the ‘90s bob cut, though, you’ll wake up looking like a supermodel time and time again—no styling required.
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