The 10 Best Beauty Looks from the Oscars

The most stunning hair and makeup.
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Cate Blanchett
From her embellished Armani Privé gown to her creamy complexion and makeup, the Oscar nominee gives us a lesson in pulling off head-to-toe nude.
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Charlize Theron
All I can say is: Flawless.
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Jared Leto

We don't discriminate when it comes to good hair. The best supporting actor's beachy waves are so dreamy we had to figure out how to re-create them ourselves.

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Jennifer Lawrence
The best supporting actress nominee exudes pure elegance with a voluminous, swept-back pixie and a perfect complexion.
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Jessica Biel
Mrs. Timberlake is the perfect mix of Old Hollywood glamour and modern elegance with her honey-hued, side-swept locks and chiseled cheekbones.
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Kerry Washington
The mama-to-be is a master of the dark berry lip lip, and a refreshing change from all the subtle makeup seen on the red carpet.
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Lupita Nyong'o
Although there were varying opinions on her headband at the ELLE.com offices this evening (maybe a little too Cinderella worn with the Nairobi-blue Prada dress?), there is no denying that the Oscar winner was absolutely stunning, glowing, and everything tonight. And wasn't that the most eloquent acceptance speech you've ever heard? Still have a few tears in my eyes.
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Kate Hudson
The presenter looks polished yet sexy with glossy side-swept curls, a sultry smoky eye, and a shimmery pink lip.
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Naomi Watts
The Australian beauty exudes an edgy glamour with darker than her usual brows, a deep red lip, and her blonde locks straightened and flipped to the side with the perfect air of nonchalance.
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Emma Watson
The presenter adds a whimsical touch to her twisted and tousled half-up, half-down 'do with a few star-shaped hair adornments.
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