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Oscar 2017: Makeup Breakdowns

I'll have to admit I didn't watch the Oscars last night. Being a mom to a toddler sometimes means I fall asleep a little too early than I'd like. Hence, my night last night ended at 8:30 pm. However, that's why social media is so amazing I got to catch up with all the red carpet looks at my fingertips.
Oscar winner, Ginnifer Foodwin wore a red lace gown paired with a focus on the eyes. Strong eyebrow defined brows and a smokey eye. Celebrity makeup artist Mai Quynh, created this look using LORAC Cosmetics.
EYES:
·       LORAC PRO Palette 2 ($44)
·       LORAC PRO Brow Pencil, Dark Brown ($19)
·       LORAC Front of the Line PRO Eye Pencil, Charcoal ($20)
·       LORAC PRO Mascara in Black ($23)

LIPS:
·       LORAC Alter Ego Matte Lipstick, Supermodel ($18)
·       LORAC Alter Ego Lip Gloss, Supermodel ($17)

CHEEKS:
·       LORAC Color Source Buildable Blush, Spectra ($23)

COMPLEXION:
·       LORAC POREfection Foundation, PR2 – Light
·       LORAC POREfection Concealer, PC1 
·       LORAC POREfection Baked Perfecting Powder, PF1 - Fair

All products can be found at Lorac Cosmetics.
(image via Getty images/Siren PR)
Love a red lip on the red carpet! As Nicole Kidman is a Neutrogena Ambassador it was only natural that she use Neutrogena products. Makeup artist Jeanine Lobell, wanted the focus to be the lips with just a bit of shimmer on the lids. Here Lobell breaks down the details:
Skin:

To get Nicole’s looks for the Oscars, I started with prepping the skin which is key for maintaining fresh pretty make up for the long stretch of the red carpet, the show itself and the after parties. I used NEUTROGENA® Rapid Wrinkle Repair Regenerating Cream to help hold the makeup in place and give a plumped boosted hydrated look to her skin, along with NEUTROGENA®HYDRO BOOST Gel-Cream Eye to keep a radiant look around the eyes. I then applied NEUTROGENA® HYDRO BOOST Hydrating Serum for added insurance to keep her looking fresh all night. Next, I applied NEUTROGENA® HYDRO BOOST Hydrating Tint in Classic Ivory* on her face and neck for lightweight dewy coverage. I applied NEUTROGENA® HYDRO BOOST Hydrating Concealer* under the eyes and on the lids to neutralize in place of a shadow primer. I then set the make up with a light dusting of pressed powder.

Eyes:

I used metallic gold shadow on her lids with a slight russet shade in the crease. To create, use NEUTROGENA® Nourishing Long Wear Eye Shadow + Built-In Primer in Classic Nude and Mink Brown*. I wanted her eyes to just look slightly shimmery and did lots of lashes. I applied a couple individuals to the other corner and added a couple coats of NEUTROGENA® Healthy Volume Mascara* to both the top and bottom lashes. I left her brows natural, brushing them up and setting them lightly with a clear brow gel.

Cheeks:

I applied rose pink blush with NEUTROGENA® Healthy Skin Blush in Rosy* to the apples of her cheeks to add to the softness to the look.

Lips:

I finished the look off by prepping the lips with NEUTROGENA® HYDRO BOOST Hydrating Lip Treatment* and then used a creamy red lipstick (Giorgio Armani #402) with a dab of NEUTROGENA® HYDRO BOOST Hydrating Lip Shine in Deep Cherry* to the bottom lip.

*Please note, NEUTROGENA® Cosmetics are not currently available for purchase in Canada.
 (image via Neutrogena)
Another dark lip on the red redcarpet, Emma Stone looked so good. Loved this lip shade with her hair colour. NARS makeup artist, Rachel Goodwin created this look using the following:
Makeup:
Velvet Matte Skin Tint 
Orgasm Liquid Blush (New for Spring 2017, for now try Orgasm Blush)
Mona Audacious Lipstick
(image: Valerie Macon / AFP/Getty Images, Kevin Mazur / Getty Images Entertainment)

Any favourite makeup looks from the Red Carpet?

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