The Oscars is undoubtedly the most glamorous evening throughout the awards show season. Stars spend months prepping for their big moment, but how can we as mere mortals recreate some of the best Oscars looks? We have the inside track from some of Hollywood's beauty and style experts to help create your own red carpet moment.

Emma Stone:


Nars Director and pro-makeup artist Rachel Goodwin was inspired by 1930's Hollywood glamour for Emma Stone's Oscars' makeup and "the romantic paintings by Dante Gabriel Rossetti."

She used Nars Velvet Matte Skin Tint, Nars Orgasm Liquid Blush and Nars Mona Audacious Lipstick.


We love Emma's loose waves with side part. To recreate, blow dry hair on a low heat to tame any fly-aways and use large heated rollers for volume and curl.


Andrew Barton Hairdryer, €54.99 available at Argos


Babyliss Curl Pods, €69.99 available at Argos


Emma wore the Whispers in the Rainforest earrings available from Tiffanys

Brie Larson:

"My inspiration for Brie’s makeup look was the strong, vibrant and empowered women that were often featured in Helmut Newton’s photography,” Rachel Goodwin, Nars Director. Key products used included;


Nars Velvet Lip Pencil in Famous Red, available exclusively from SpaceNK

Nars Seaside Diffusing Bronzer, new for Spring 2017

Nars Soft Matte Complete Concealer 

Jessica Biel:

Jessica wore the 'Whispers in the Rainforest' Necklace and Jean Schlumberger rings available from Tiffany

We couldn't possibly forget about the dapper men who also hit the red carpet in their Sunday best.

Damien Chazelle:

Damien won Best Director for La La Land wore a pink gold Jaeger-LeCoultre watch.

Pharrell Williams and Ryan Gosling were decked out in Chanel and Gucci respectively. Emulate their style with a made to measure suit from Louis Copeland.