Kate is rarely seen on the red carpet these days without a messy sky-high pony, but the real surprise was her gorgeous eye makeup. Makeup artist Molly Stern lined the insides of Kate's eyes (as well as just below her lower lash line) with Rimmel ScandalEyes Waterproof Kohl Kajal Eyeliner in Nude ($4.49, rimmellondon.com), which actually showed up slightly gold. She gave Kate a gorgeous glow by applying By Terrys Sve de Rose Ultra-Glow Serum ($94, bigelowchemists.com) to her skin. Try on Kate Beckinsale's looks in the Makeover Studio!
Mark Makeup Artist Jamie Greenberg got Rashida ready for the evening by applying Mark Please Hold Eye Primer ($8, meetmark.com) to extend the wear of her Mark On the Dot Neutral Palette eyeshadow ($16, meetmark.com). Jamie filled in Rashida's water rim with Mark No Place to Run Eye Liner in Jet Set ($9, meetmark.com) and used On The Dot Neutral Palette as liner under the bottom lash line. The gorgeous color used on her lips is Mark Make It Rich Lip Color Crayon in Hot Sauce ($11, meetmark.com). Do This For The Most Perfect Manicure Ever
While the Golden Globes were filled with vintage-inspired finger waves, there was a noticeable lack come Oscars night. Thankfully, Hilary showed off hers at the Vanity Fair party. Find The Best Shampoo For Your Hair Type
Living Proof Hairstylist Chris McMillan used Living Proof Prime Style Extender ($20, sephora.com) while Natalies hair was still damp so that her style would last all night. Then he blew it dry with a round brush and created a classic French twist, using bobby pins and teasing it a bit to give it some cushion. He used Living Proof Hold Firm Hairspray ($24, sephora.com) to smooth her hair and get rid of any flyaways, leaving a shiny, smooth, lacquered finish. How To Make Your Eyes Look Bigger