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March 3, 2014

See which brands helped create stunning looks at the Oscars.

The winners have been announced and the after-parties are (most likely) finished. And while who wore what usually gets top billing, hair and makeup cap off great (or not so great) looks and can be the talk of the town—like 67-year Liza Minnelli’s electric blue streak and Jared Leto’s locks!
 
Here’s Happi’s running list of which companies in the beauty and hair care played a role in creating the glamorous looks that make the Academy Awards the hottest awards show on the planet.  And be to check back for updates throughout the day. 

Camila Alves, wife of Matthew McConaughey (Best Actor, Dallas Buyers Club)  turned to celebrity makeup artist Patrick de Fontbrune and Votre Vu products.
 
Jared Leto (Best Supporting Actor, Dallas Buyers’ Club) was styled by Chase Kuserousing Vidal Sassoon Pro Series products.
 
Charlize Theron, a presenter at the 86th Academy Awards, tapped celebrity stylist Enzo Anglieri, who used Wella Professionals to create her sleek, simple sophisticated style. Wella products were also used by Sasca Breuer for Elisabeth Moss and by Renato Campora for Allison Williams.
 
According to reports, stylist Chris McMillian created Kate Hudson’s hairstyle with Living Proof products, including the growing brand’s new styling SKUs.

Penelope Cruz's beauty look—inspired by Sophia Loren according to her makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury—came to life with a cocktail of products from Charlotte's range (including Magic Cream and WonderGlow skin care, Dolce Vita eye, and lipcolor) and several Lancôme products (blusher, foundation and eye products and lip balm).

Global color ambassador for Butter London Katie Jane Hughes was behind the pretty nails donned by Kerry Washington and Maria Menounos.
 
Was your brand was on the red carpet? Did you have a favorite? Share it with HAPPI on Twitter (@HappiMagazine), Facebook or comment below.
 

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