The exact makeup products worn by celebrities on the red carpet

From the fancy to the pharmacy brands...

05 Mar 2018

No matter what award show it is, the beauty desk at GLAMOUR UK is always waiting with baited breath to see the jaw-dropping hair and makeup looks. Last night's Oscars were no exception.

From punchy red-pink lips to sleek updos and shimmery smoky eyes, the red carpet inspiration keeps us going long after the show is over. And thanks to the makeup artists and hair stylists Instagramming behind-the-scenes, we know exactly what products have been used on our favourite faces...

Emma Stone's rosy glow

When? 2018 Oscars

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Emma was all flushed and pretty in pink for the Oscars, with a navy liner used for subtle definition on the eyes. But the real jaw-dropper was when makeup artist Rachel Goodwin made us go ga-ga over the pretty cheek palette used – a newbie from Nars – Wanted Blush. Feast your eyes...

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Taraji P. Henson's badass lip look

When? 2018 Oscars

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Taraji looked fierce in a keyhole black gown, but it was the lip look that had us quickly Googling who her makeup artist was. Ashunta Sheriff provided the goods, revealing that she mixed two shades from together – Liquid Matte Creme in Savage and Drama Queen. And of course, Vaseline's , £5.99, was used to give her skin that extra glow.

Elizabeth Moss's punchy pink lip

When? 2018 Oscars

Elizabeth Moss was all class in a rose gold sequinned gown but turned up the heat with a hot fuschia lip. We spotted the bullet via makeup artist's Daniel Martin's Instagram, and our guess is Dior's , in Diablo 684, £27.50.

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Rita Ora's vampy lip

When? 2018 GRAMMY Awards

Trust our London-look girl Rita Ora to be wearing Rimmel on the red carpet. Her make-up artist revealed the product behind her perfect purple-red lip – in 810 Plum This Show £5.99.

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Beyoncé's skin & makeup

When? 2018 GRAMMY Awards

We all want to be using the same products as Queen Bey and this flatlay from her makeup artist Sir Jon gets us pretty close. We can spot £53 Peter Thomas Roth, Lumi Glotion (yet to be released in the UK) L'Oréal Paris, £28 YSL (our guess is the shade Le Nu) £15 and £28 from Glossier – and makeup brushes by .

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Lady Gaga's starry night makeup

When? 2018 GRAMMY Awards

Lady Gaga's dark, shimmery eye makeup had us floored. The genius behind her statement eye was makeup artist Sarah Nicole Tanno, who blessed us with the full product list on her Instagram.

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Hero products?
£20 in Blaquer, £23 in Blaquer, £39, £39, £22 – all from Marc Jacobs – and loose silver glitter from .

Margot Robbie's nude lipstick

When? 2018 SAG Awards

Margot's soft and simple look at the SAGs was absolutely flawless. If, like us, you need that nude lipstick in your makeup bag asap, it's £28 Chanel – in the shade 174 Rouge Angelique. You can thank Pati Dubroff, Margot's makeup artists for sharing the shade via her Instagram.

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Nicole Kidman's lips and lashes

When? 2018 SAG Awards

Nicole Kidman had a certain glow about her at this year's SAG awards, featuring a berry pout and fully loaded lashes. The lip colour in question turned out to be Neutrogena's Hydro Boost Hydrating Lip Shine in Velvet Wine and the mascara was also Neutrogena - a new product called the Hydro Boost Plumping Mascara. Both are yet to launch in the UK, but fingers crossed these affordable buys will make it to our shores soon.

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Margot Robbie's lip colour

When? 2018 Golden Globes
Makeup artist Pati Dubroff mixed two shades of lipstick to create Margot's perfect pout: in La Sensuelle and La Romanesque £28 Chanel.

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Alessandra Mastronardi's eyes and cheeks

When? 2018 Golden Globes
Makeup artist Kate Lee shared her smokey eye technique with her followers. She used Stylo Yeux Water-Proof Long-Lasting Eyeliner in Ardroise £19 Chanel to line the upper and lower waterline, and Les 9 Ombres Eyeshadow in Alfresco Chanel (not yet available in the UK) to blend into the eye socket. She finished with a flush of colour on the cheeks using Rouge Coco Lip Blush in Tender Rose Chanel.

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Gal Gadot's lip colour

When? 2018 Golden Globes
Gal wowed us with her bold lashes, chic updo and berry lip. The latter of which you can pick up for under eight quid at Boots. Makeup artist Sabrina Bedrani told , she used Super Lustrous Lipstick in Bombshell Red £7.49 Revlon, saying: "Instead of being a classic red, this is like deeper — almost like a wine — red. It felt more modern and fresh."


Emma Stone's lilac pout

When? 2018 Golden Globes
Emma's makeup artist, Rachel Goodwin, posted a stunning photo of the actress before she hit the red carpet, sending followers mad with the same question: "what shade of lipstick did you use?". Turns out it was £26 NARS.

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Issa Rae's full face

When? 2018 Golden Globes
Issa's skin looked absolutely flawless thanks to makeup artist, Joanna Simkin. Speaking to , Joanna explained how she created the actress's glowing look, starting with Vitalist Foundation in Soft Sable Covergirl, "I love how moist the foundation looks on her."

For Issa's eyes, she used Aubergine from the TruNaked Roses Palette and Jet from the TruNaked Smoky Palette, finishing with Melting Pouts Metallic in Unlpugged on the lips – all Covergirl.

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Zuri Hall's fierce look

When? 2018 Golden Globes
Zuri's amazing electric blue eyeshadow was thanks to a Stila Cosmetics palette, as revealed by her makeup artist Niki Metz on Instagram. Her base was perfected using Fenty foundation and a Sephora lip colour gave the finishing glossy touch.