Oscar night is here and all eyes are on the nominees—in their coiffed-to-perfection glory, of course. Here, find all the most head-turning hair and makeup looks from Hollywood's biggest night.
Makeup artist Mélanie Inglessis used Chanel's Le Rouge Collection to create Negga's burgundy eye and wine lip moment, while hairstylist Vernon François raked her hair back in tousled fashion, topping things off with a deep red hair piece.
Makeup artist and brand ambassador for L'Oréal Sir John smoked out Culpo's eyes with a lavender shadow shade while hairstylist Justine Marjan gave her a deep side with slicked statement wisps.
After prepping Roberts' skin with her latest launch, the Magical Facial Dry Sheet Mask, Charlotte Tilbury gave her a blue-red matte lip and swept bronze shadow on the lids.
Styled by Castillo Bataille using Mop hair products and the T3 Whirl Trio Curling Iron, Berry rocked fluffy ringlets in big, asymmetrical fashion.
"For Jessica's hair, I took inspiration from various cultures, from hieroglyphics of an Egyptian goddess to studying the photos of traditional geishas," says hairstylist Adir Abergel. Biel complemented the style with graphic cat eyes and a dusting of orange shadow on the lids.
Makeup artist Hung Vanngo swept pink blush on the apples of the cheeks and painted the supermodel's pout a rich orange-red. Her blonde hair was coiffed into soft, touchable pin curls by Giannandrea Marongiu.
The inspiration for ScarJo's hair was "rockabilly chic" according to hairstylist and Suave pro celebrity stylist Jenny Cho. Makeup artist Frankie Boyd used NARS products to give her a makeup look that's "clean, beautiful and not too overdone."
Hayek is a bombshell with her bronze lids, feline flicks, and modern bouffant accented with a crystal headband.
Boutella's raven-black hair and super of-the-moment micro bangs were styled soft and glossy by Renato Campora for Moroccanoil.
"Right when I saw the white dress, I immediately thought: soft, sexy, bronze and nude colors, but with more of a golden undertone, in honor of the Oscars of course," explains makeup artist Mary Phillips, who prepped Teigen's skin with a slew of La Mer elixirs.