“My inspiration was sunshiny days! I wanted to create a look full of optimism, with healthy, bronzy skin and a vibrant glow,” Pati Dubroff said of the inspiration behind Margot Robbie’s strikingly simple—and thoroughly romantic—makeup. On heavy rotation was Chanel’s Palette Essentielle in Caramel. “It’s kind of like an everything palette—and that was what I used on her cheeks, as a bronzer, as a sneaky contour, and around her eyes,” she added.
To achieve Amanda Seyfried’s vampy mouth, Genevieve Herr lined the Mank star’s pout with Lancôme’s smudge-resistant Le Lip Liner in Rose before painting on the aptly named L’Absolu Rouge Drama Matte Lipstick in 481 Nuit Pourpre, which hits the market next month. All good things come to those who wait, as they say!
Reese Witherspoon’s latest TikTok may have you believe that her Oscars glam came together in a matter of seconds, but of course there were a number of products at play. “I was inspired by the red of the dress. It is so uplifting after such a hard year,” Tracey Levy said of the actress’s Dior dress, which Levy complimented with a lit-from-within finish courtesy of Biossance skin care and Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation.
“I really love a nude lip on Carey,” shared makeup artist Georgie Eisdell, who prepped Mulligan’s pout with a moisture-rich balm before reaching for Chanel’s high-shine Rouge Allure Laque in a dusty rose shade called Ultimate and a similarly colored long-wear pencil in Pivoine, which she used around the edges.