Over the years, we’ve seen actresses walk the red carpet at the Oscars. Each one has given us amazing performances on screen and beautiful beauty looks that inspire.

Every year, Hollywood stars descend upon the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles to find out who will win the coveted golden statuette. I’m talking about the Oscar Awards ceremony. Of course, all the attention is on the nominated films, with everyone wondering who will take home the awards. In recent years, this has been a full of debate. Every year we all become film critics for a few weeks and bet on the winners in the most important night of the seventh art.

It’s a night of glamour and opulence in all of its splendor. People are not only waiting to see who will take the awards, they are also waiting to see what they will wear. Yes, for weeks people speculate about who will dress the nominees? What looks will they wear? And who will be crowned the winner of the red carpet? The Oscar Awards are situated at the end of a long road of awards and red carpets, so the attendees need to bring their “A-game”.

But in addition to spectacular outfits, we have to recognize the dreamy beauty looks of the night. From natural makeup to old Hollywood glam, anything goes on the night of the Oscars. Here’s a recap of the best beauty looks that we have seen in the history of the Oscar Awards.

Anne Hathaway (2013)

That year the actress took home the coveted gold statuette for her role in Les Miserables. Her performance as Fantine in the musical was incredibly moving, but that night she also gave us a sensational beauty look, in which soft pink lips stood out against natural makeup with eyeliner and mascara and  a pixie cut that accentuated her features. Anne Hathaway looked radiant and spectacular with this feminine and timeless makeup look that perfectly complemented her Prada dress.

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Elizabeth Taylor (1970)

An absolutely legend, this British actress has always been a style icon. For the 42nd Oscars, Elizabeth Taylor decided to wear a sky blue dress from Edith Head with a deep, rounded neckline and the impressive Taylor-Burton diamond. To accentuate her Taylor’s outfit she wore  black and baby blue pin-up eyeliner makeup with a little lilac shadow on her eyelids and a soft pearly pink lipstick on her lips. An enigmatic makeup look that highlighted the tone of her captivating eyes.

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Gemma Chan (2019)

Magnificent is the only word that can be used to describe Gemma Chan–a fact she confirmed for us with her outfit on the red carpet of the 2019 Oscar Awards. Clad in a voluminous electric pink dress by Valentino Haute Couture, the actress wore a beauty look with cat-eye liner, a little bit of gradient lilac shadow to frame her eyes, some color on her cheeks and pink lips.

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Halle Berry (2011)

For the 2011 Oscars red carpet, the actress decided to accentuate her natural features with soft peach-toned makeup. She had accents of color on her cheeks and lips and a copper-toned liner on the latter. She wore a casual hairstyle that gave her a youthful air that contrasted with the exuberance of the Marchesa nude tulle dress with crystals that she chose for the night of the gala.

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Rooney Mara (2016)

For the 88th Oscar Awards, Rooney Mara decided to wear an ivory Givenchy dress with embroidered lace that accentuated her silhouette–an excellent decision. To complete her outfit, the actress chose a beauty look that included her hair in an elaborate chignon, both clean and avant-garde look. This risky hairstyle was paired with grunge makeup featuring a burgundy lip tone and the subtle smokey eyes with copper accents.

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Salma Hayek (1997)

The Mexican actress debuted at the Oscars accompanied by singer Luis Miguel. And we haven’t seen a debut like it since. She arrived in a sequined Giorgio Armani dress paired with a Cartier diamond tiara. For her beauty look, Salma chose makeup that highlighted her cheekbones by and a thick eyeliner with a touch of color in a teal tone. On her lips, she wore dark coral. It was a classic makeup that complemented her beauty and natural skin tone.

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