The Drugstore Beauty Products Your Favorite Stars Wore at the 2017 Oscars
Meet the real winners of Hollywood's biggest night.Slideshow Mode
Who: Janelle Monae
What: COVERGIRL truNAKED Shadow Palette in Nudes
Janelle Monae might have been celebrating the nomination of two of her films, but we were celebrating the gloriousness that was her bronzed glow. Makeup artist, Jessica Smalls, crafted this look using all COVERGIRL products. The standout for us was none other than Janelle's shimmering eyes, which Jessica created using COVERGIRL truNaked Shadow Palette in Nudes.
Who: Taraji P. Henson
Tymothe Wallace for Dove Hair created a stunning glam bob for Taraji P. Henson. And although we couldn't take our eyes off the gorgeous waves, we were so taken by how healthy her hair looked as well. (As anyone who has attempted messy-meets-glam waves knows, tangles can be a big problem.) To fight the tangles, Tymothe used Dove Absolute Curls Leave-In Detangler on two-inch sections of hair before blowing them dry with a Dyson blow dryer.
Who: Sara Bareilles
There's hardly anyone who nailed the sexy blowout last night quite like Sara. Hairstylist, Rebekah Forecast for TRESemmé gave Sara that perfect polished look with TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shine Serum. Apply a dime-sized amount on the ends of the non-curled pieces to boost shine and smoothness.
Who: Taraji P. Henson
What: NYX Roll On Eye Shimmer
Makeup artist Ashunta Sheriff made sure that everyone took note of Taraji on the red carpet. One major way she accomplished this was through her stunning beauty look, namely those eyes. Curious as to her secret? A little roll-on glitter. No, really! Ashunta used NYX Roll-On Eyeshadow in Salmon on the center of eyes and in the inner corner of the eyes to maximize the shine.
Who: Emma Stone
She might have walked away with the gold, but Emma Stone also walked away with an award for best hair in our book. And how did she keep that vintage vixen wave in place? L’Oréal Paris Celebrity Hairstylist Mara Roszak used classic L'Oréal Paris Elnett Satin Hairspray to keep those "S" waves in place.
Who: Dakota Johnson
What: Scunci Bobby Pins
For a sleek and minimal '90s-inspired vibe, Dakota Johnson's hairstylist, Mark Townsend, created a stunning half updo with a unique twist. To master this, Mark secured the hair from the hairline into a knot using good old fashioned scunci bobby pins. "I always use an even number of hairpins because I cross them in an X for extra hold and security," says Mark.
Who: Brie Larson
Last year's best actress winner, Brie Larson reminded us why she's a force to be reckoned with. Her effortless half updo was crafted by L’Oréal Paris Celebrity Hairstylist Mara Roszak using some really simple drugstore finds. To get that beachy, relaxed vibe, Mara used L'Oréal Paris Boost It Air-Blown Texture Mist to add volume and texture.
Who: Nina Dobrev
We might not have seen Nina walk the red carpet at the awards, but she definitely showed up for the after party! Makeup artist Spencer Barnes for e.l.f. Cosmetics created a high-drama cat eye using the e.l.f. Intense Ink Eyeliner in Blackest Black "for an exaggerated medium-thick flick." She then paired it with two coats of mascara! The result was beyond enviable.
Who: Viola Davis
What: essie Nail Polish in mink muffs
We doubt you were looking at Viola Davis' nails when she was busy making us all cry with her amazing acceptance speech, but in case you were curious as to what an Oscar winner's mani looks like, it's this. Celebrity Manicurist Julie Kandalec used essie's smoky taupe shade of mink muffs to give her an understated yet totally classy look.
Who: Dakota Johnson
The focus of Dakota Johnson's updo might have been the twisted knot in the back, but you need a good base to work with, especially when it comes to hair. Mark Townsend used Dove Curl Defining Mousse on damp hair at the roots to give Dakota's hair some volume. But, to get the look to be sleek and smooth (a.k.a. kiss frizz goodbye) he followed with a blow out with a mixed bristle round brush, making sure to get the hair as smooth as possible.