The sweetheart of award season 2017, Emma Stone, brought a dazzling look for her grand finale at the Oscars. La La Land's leading lady wore a vintage-looking dress with glam hair and makeup to match.
Her copper-red hair was tossed over to the side in elegant Old Hollywood waves — a popular style of the night. L'Oréal Paris celebrity stylist Mara Roszak shared her inspiration in a press release: "The dress has a beautiful long silhouette and overall '40s goddess feel. To complement the dress, I made the hair feel brushed out with a very soft, dreamy wave."
Try it at home using L'Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle Boost It Volume Inject Mousse ($4) on wet hair to create volume and a Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer to dry it. A one-inch curling iron can be used to make waves going away from your face, and L'Oréal Paris Elnett Satin Hairspray ($13) set it all. A soft bristle brush and your fingers are key for breaking up the curls.
Makeup was also a standout with Emma rocking all warm shades like peach, gold, bronze, and red to complement her hair. NARS Director of Pro Artistry and Red Carpet for North America, Rachel Goodwin, also drew influence from the past.
"The inspiration is a combination of Pre-Raphaelite paintings by Dante Gabriel Rossetti and 1930s Hollywood glamour," she said.
Goodwin gave Emma's seemlingly poreless skin a glow with the new NARS Sweep Sun Wash Diffusing Bronzer in Seaside (available for Spring 2017). It's a creamy powder formula that blends onto cheeks easily — we were early testers of the products. She swept it on the cheeks working toward the hairline and brow bone, before continuing underneath the jawline and in the hollows of the cheeks.
Eyes were a blend of Velvet Shadow Stick in Siros ($29) all over the lid, Dual-Intensity Eyeshadow in Himalia ($29) just on the lid, and Single Eyeshadow in Bali ($26) in the crease. Larger than Life Eyeliner in Via Appia ($26) finished the look.
Keep reading to see close-ups and all angles of Emma at the Oscars!