Do you want to get Jessica Chastain's waves or Jennifer Aniston's natural-looking makeup palette from the Oscars red carpet? Of course you do! We've gathered all the information you need to re-create the top 11 beauty moments from the evening, including the exact products the stars wore.
Tightlining is one of the best ways to create longer, fuller-looking lashes within seconds. Yes, mascara is key for achieving luscious lash fringe, but tightlining, a method of applying eyeliner at the base of the lashes, does wonders for your beauty look. Have we piqued your interest? Good. Now learn how to tightline for voluminous lashes in today's Beauty How-To. On Kirbie: Topshop top.
By now, most of the Internet has heard of Tori Locklear — the girl whose YouTube video of herself burning her hair off has gone viral. But Internet fame does have its upsides: this morning, Locklear got a lesson in proper curling technique from celebrity stylist Ted Gibson on the Today Show. "I think that women don't necessarily know that the hair has to be 100 percent dry," Gibson said. Get all of his insight when you keep reading.
Oscars 2013 may be over, but now it's time to look back on all of the trends we saw on the red carpet. As expected, there were glamorous looks galore, along with a few edgier styles thrown in for good measure. From classic waves to tangerine lips, see the biggest beauty trends from Hollywood's biggest night.
— Additional reporting by Maria Del Russo
The ombré hair color trend is still going strong with a high-contrast update. While a subtle transition from dark to light has been the ideal for ombré in the past, a new norm is emerging: colorblocked strands. Recently, celebrities have been spotted wearing a look that is more dip-dyed with an obvious division between roots and tips. Coco Rocha is letting her flaming ends grow out with her brunette color meandering at chin-length. Amber Heard's dark hair immediately shifts to blond around eye level, while Sarah Jessica Parker softens the abrupt transition from dark to light with a few blonde highlights around the face. Here's an opportunity to let your roots hang loose, and skip a few touch-up appointments.
The Oscars red carpet is full of glamorous yet traditional styles. But at all the Oscars afterparties and surrounding soirees, that's where the stars go for the more daring hair and makeup looks. See who added edgy elements to their beauty palettes, as well as who stuck to more staid choices. It's all here in our Oscars parties recap.
—Additional reporting by Jessica Cruel
- See what the professionals stock up on from the drugstore — Real Simple
- Fashion's Night Out on hiatus in the United States — WWD
- Juice yourself to clear, healthy skin — HuffPost Style
- Carine Roitfeld's secret beauty weapon is not what you think — Styleite
- How to translate red-carpet beauty to your everyday style — The Cut
- Get Amanda Seyfried's trendy pink lip — The Fashion Spot
- See Anne Hathaway's red-carpet style evolution — Allure
- DIY treatments to add instant volume to your hair — Naturally Curly
- Heal your damaged strands with these at-home treatments — Beauty High
- Uncover the truth about lead in your lipstick — YouBeauty
When women decide to cut their hair off, it tends to be a long, drawn-out decision, but for Nicole Richie, all she had to do was show up. "I'm lucky enough that my hairdresser [Andy Lecompte] is also my best friend, so he kind of just takes control," Nicole said. "I'm just kind of his guinea pig."
So when Nicole went to Lecompte for her latest haircut, he was the one who suggested her lob. "He was definitely more excited than I was," Nicole said. "It's something we've been doing since we've known each other." The haircut spurred a bevy of copycats and is currently one of the biggest trends for 2013.
But keeping the cut pristine can sometimes be an uphill battle. Luckily, Nicole has a secret weapon aside from Lecompte. "I have frizzy hair, but Suave Professionals Moroccan Infusion Styling Oil ($7) is something I use all the time," she says. "It just gives it that radiant shine and keeps it from being frizzy." Nicole actually collaborated with Suave to create the Suave Shine Suite, an online portal where women can get beauty and fashion tips from the experts.
Although the suite is a place for women to go digging for trends, Nicole is never one to pick up a style because it's popular. Her advice? "Don't follow trends. You have to know your own body and what looks good on you," she says. And if all else fails, become best friends with your hairstylist.