Emma Stone’s Oscars Glam Takes a Major 2024 Makeup Trend to the Next Level

Her manicure and lipstick are delightfully matchy-matchy.

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It’s a big night for Emma Stone. She's nominated for Best Actress thanks to her incredible performance in Poor Things—and it’s safe to say that her Oscars red carpet look is an ode to the character that scored her the nomination. Her dress, a custom Louis Vuitton peplum design, could very well have been a part of Bella Baxter’s wardrobe.

Her beauty, however? It was in line with Stone’s signature look. She took the 2024 makeup trend of monochromatic beauty to the next level, committing to pale pink on her cheeks, lips, and nails. Stone’s pink face beat was created by her go-to makeup artist Rachel Goodwin. You can't get her exact lip shade just yet: She's the first to debut the new Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Big Lip Plumpgasm, which launches on April 4.

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Emma Stone wore a stunning, custom Louis Vuitton peplum gown to the 2024 Oscars.

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The glossy pinky-peach hue is the perfect compliment to her pale pink manicure, which was created using one coat of Dazzle Dry nail polish in the shade Peacefully Me, and a second coat in the shade Fine China to create an icy finish.

"Tonight is a special event and we though it would be good to go back to the basics," nail artist Emi Kudo exclusively tells Marie Claire. "Milky white has been a big trend, but Emma and I have been using these milky shades many years before it was popular."

As for her hair? It’s substantially less long and more red than that of Bella Baxter’s, all thanks to hair stylist extraordinaire Mara Rozsak. Velcro rollers and the ghd Curve Soft Curling Iron were the keys to her bouncy curls, with Rozsak ensuring every wave went away from the face. ROZ Santa Lucia Styling Oil, which is from Rozsak’s namesake brand, was naturally used to create the healthy shine. 

All in all, this was certainly a look Bella Baxter would approve of, but it still felt entirely of the moment. Shop the products used to create her look below.

Samantha Holender
Beauty Editor

Samantha Holender is the Beauty Editor at Marie Claire, where she reports on the best new launches, dives into the science behind skincare, and shares the breakdown on the latest and greatest trends in the beauty space. She's studied up on every ingredient you'll find on INCI list and is constantly in search of the world's glowiest makeup products. Prior to joining the team, she worked as Us Weekly’s Beauty and Style Editor, where she stayed on the pulse of pop culture and broke down celebrity beauty routines, hair transformations, and red carpet looks. Her words have also appeared on Popsugar, Makeup.com, Skincare.com, Delish.com, and Philadelphia Wedding. Samantha also serves as a board member for the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME). She first joined the organization in 2018, when she worked as an editorial intern at Food Network Magazine and Pioneer Woman Magazine. Samantha has a degree in Journalism and Mass Communications from The George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs. While at GWU, she was a founding member of the school’s HerCampus chapter and served as its President for four years. When she’s not deep in the beauty closet or swatching eyeshadows, you can find her obsessing over Real Housewives and all things Bravo. Keep up with her on Instagram @samholender.