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Last night's Oscars red carpet had a few surprise, stand-out hits (Lady Gaga in Brandon Maxwell! Saoirse Ronan in Calvin Klein!) but across the board the best beauty looks were all pretty consistent: old-school Hollywood glamour reigned supreme (the Oscars, of course, are anything but subtle).
Below is an exhaustive list of just about all the products that were used on some of the night's biggest celebrities, including Chrissy Teigen's rose-brown lip and Jennifer Lawrence's dramatic smokey eye.
All of Chrissy's makeup for the Oscars was done by Lorac. On her face, she's wearing the Sheer Porefection Foundation; the Porefection Powder; and the Color Source Buildable Blush in Tinge and Vivid. She's also wearing Lorac's Light Source, which is launching in March. Her lips are a mix of the Pro Matte Lip Color in Nude and Rose Brown, and the Alter Ego Lip Gloss in Socialite.
Makeup artist Mary Phillips used the Unzipped Palette on her eyes, along with the Front of the Line PRO Liquid Eyeliner in Black and PRO Eye Pencil in Bronze. Hairstylist Christian Wood used Tresemmé Beauty-Full Volume products for that intense braid.
Makeup artist Stephanie Brooke Barnes did Priyanka's makeup using almost only Laura Mercier products, including the Candleglow Soft Luminous Foundation in Amber and High Coverage Concealer. On top of that is the Flawless Contouring Palette in Medium #2; the Shimmer Bloc in Peach Mosaic; and the Skin Cheek Colour in Spiced Cider.
On her eyes, Barnes used the Eye Art Artist's Palette in Bamboo, Truffle, and Espresso Bean; Baked Eye Color in Terracotta; and the Longwear Creme Eye Pencil in Espresso and Soft Brown. She's wearing the Velour Lovers Lip Colour in Cocoa Pout and Seduction.
Most of Margot Robbie's makeup is either Laura Mercier or Tom Ford. But first, her skin was prepped with RéVive Intensité Crème Luster Day, which will set you back a cool $385. She's wearing Laura Mercier Foundation Primer in Radiance and the new Candleglow Soft Luminous Foundation in a mix of Butterscotch and Dune. On top of that is Tom Ford Skin Illuminating Powder Duo.
Not surprisingly, the face of J'adore Dior is wearing — you guessed it — all Dior makeup. Such as: the Dior Capture Totale Multi-Perfection Crème; Diorskin Forever & Ever Wear Primer, Foundation, and Loose Powder; the Diorblush Sculpt Professional Contouring Powder Blush in Beige Contour; and Diorblush in Lucky Pink.
Her brows were sculpted with the Diorshow All-In-Brow 3D Palette, which launches in April, and her lip color is Dior Addict Milky Tint Lip Fluid, coming in May.
For her eyes, Lawrence has on a combo of Diorshow Mono Eyeshadow in Mineral and Front Row (launching in April); Pro Liner in Black; and Diorshow Art Pen Intense Professional Felt-Tip Eyeliner in Catwalk Black. She's also wearing the Diorshow Maximizer 3-D Lash Primer, which launches in April, plus Diorshow Mascara and Brow Styler.
The Lancôme brand ambassador is wearing the Advanced Génifique Youth Activiating Concentrate on her skin, underneath Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation. On her eyes, makeup artist Jillian Dempsey used Lancôme Auda[city] in Paris in Nude and Joie; Velour Lashes; and the Lancôme Grandiôse Mascara.