Kate Hudson opted for a charcoal grey smokey eye with a bit of shimmer and a barely-there nude lip to complement her Versace gown. With the joint effort of her loose face-framing waves, the "Old Hollywood Glam" look got a modern makeover.
A topknot done right! Penelope Cruz looked like a queen with her regal, flyaway-free bun. Giving the ballerina look a harder edge, celebrity makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury lined Penelope's sultry eyes in a darker hue.
The pixie that we've come to love was one of the most celebrated looks of the star-studded evening. For the Academy Awards, Jennifer Lawrence ditched the clean-cut 'do and went for a laid-back short hair look with a natural and wavy texture. We think you could DIY this style!
It's all in the eyes! Angelina Jolie's famously sexy stare was highlighted with a collaboration of bronzy shadows and iridescent metallics. Angelina's stylists kept her hair simple and elegant with a voluminous yet straight 'do.
Lupita, Lupita, Lupita! You never ever disappoint! The celeb of the evening (she won Best Supporting Actress!) showed off her forever-flawless complexion with a light coral lip and a girly headband.
Dying for fluttery lashes like Pitch Perfect's Anna Kendrick? That's the beauty element that made this chic red carpet look work!
Cate Blanchett took home the Oscar gold while working her blonde strands in a wavy LOB (long bob) with a dramatic side-part. She let the glittery embellishments of her Armani gown shine by pairing 'em with fresh-faced, au naturel makeup.
Sandra Bullock made curly red carpet tendrils stylish again with her sleek 'do! And can we please talk about that hair color? Somebody call Pantone—it's total perfection.