From Emma Stone to Sienna Miller, A-list stars showed off their flawless make-up looks as they graced the Oscars red carpet on Sunday.
And now, make-up artists have revealed the exact products used to give top Hollywood actresses their red carpet glow.
They include products by well-known brands – such as Chanel’s Rouge Allure Velvet lipstick, priced at £31, and NAR’s Wanted Cheek Palette, which is due to hit stores later this month.
This year’s Oscars also saw newer brands being used on the red carpet – including the cult make-up brand Glossier.
Here, FEMAIL takes a look at the products you need to emulate some of the best make-up looks on the red carpet this year…
Emma Stone opted for a feminine make-up look for the Oscars, including a pink blush and a shimmering eyeshadow
Her make-up artist Rachel Goodwin revealed on Instagram how she had used NAR’s new Wanted Cheek Palette, out later this month, to give the actress a rosy glow
Emma Stone, 29, showed off a feminine make-up look as she attended the Oscars on Sunday night, a year after winning Best Actress for La La Land.
Make-up artist Rachel Goodwin revealed on Instagram how she had used NAR’s new Wanted Cheek Palette, out later this month, to give the star a rosy glow.
She also used a navy eyeliner and burgundy metallic eyeshadow by Nars to create the shimmering effect around Emma’s eyes.
Sienna Miller opted for a classic make-up look for Oscars night, including a statement pout
Sienna Miller, 36, displayed a sophisticated make-up look that complemented her 1920s style waves at the Vanity Fair Oscars Party.
Her make-up artist Kate Lee explained how she had used Chanel’s Rouge Allure Velvet lipstick in 40 La Sensuelle, priced at £31, to create her statement pout.
She also used an array of other products by Chanel, including the brand’s Chanel Vitalumiere Aqua foundation, priced at £36, along with Shishedo’s Paperlight Cream Eye Color, priced at 19.80.
Margot Robbie was another actress that went for a classic look for this year’s Oscars, where she was up for the Best Actress prize.
Make-up artist Pati Dubroff revealed the 27-year-old, who has just been announced as a Chanel ambassador, wore make-up products by the famous French brand on her big night.
Pati used Chanel’s Ombre Premiere eyeshadow in Titaine, priced at £26, along with the Rouge Coco lipstick in 432 Cecile, priced at £31.
Margot’s natural glow was also complemented by Chanel’s Poudre Lumiere highlighting powder in 10 Ivory Gold, available to buy for £42.
Actress Elisabeth Moss rocked a bold lip colour as she graced the Oscars red carpet on Sunday night
Make-up artist Daniel Martin later revealed how he used a mix of Dior’s Lacquer Lipstick and Lacquer Plump in Neon Magenta in order to create the strong look.
The lipstick is available to buy at £27, while the lacquer plump is due out later this month.
Kate Bosworth looked radiant on the red carpet, with a fresh make-up look.
Her make-up artist Pati Dubroff revealed that the 35-year-old was wearing Chanel’s Rouge Allure Velvet in 64 First Light, priced at £31, on her lips.
She also wore Chanel’s Les Beige Eye Palette in Deep, priced at £45.
Allison Janey looked radiant as she appeared at the Oscars, where she won Best Supporting Actress in I, Tonya
Allison Janey looked radiant as she picked up her award for Best Supporting Actress in I, Tonya, on Sunday night.
Her make-up artist Collier Strong revealed that the 58-year-old was wearing Armani’s Luminous Silk Foundation, priced at £42, along with L’Oreal’s Voluminous Mascara in carbon black, priced at £9.99.
He also used products from cult brand Glossier to perfect Allison’s look, including their Cloud Paint Blush in Dusk & Puff, priced at £15, and Haloscope highlighter, priced at £18.