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Cameron Diaz looked amazingly put together on the red carpet for the 84th Academy Awards. And all credit for her glowing makeup job goes to celebrity makeup artist, Robin Fredriksz. Using a smattering of Lancôme products, Robin gave Cameron a look we’ll all remember for it’s simplicity. 

On Cameron’s cheeks Robin used Lancôme’s Blush Subtil in Cosmopolitan Pink. On her eyes she used Lancôme Color Design Eye Shadow in Ciel du Soir, along with their Color Design Eye Shadow in Kitten Heel, followed up with their Liner Design Gel EyeLiner in Black Fishnets. To create Cameron’s beautifully separated eyelashes, Robin used Lancôme Hypnôse Doll Lashes Mascara in So Black. Lastly, Robin used a simple sheer pink lipcolor, Lancôme Rouge in Love Lipcolor in Roses In Love to complete the look.
The most glamorous night of the year—the Oscars—has come and gone once more. And now that a few days have gone by, we’ve culled our favorite trends of the evening. Here are the ones we liked the most.

Angelina-Jolie-Milla-Jovovich-Oscars.jpgRed lips
Angelina Jolie and Milla Jovovich both brought the drama with one of the red carpet’s bolder trends of the evening, the red lip.

Jennifer-Lopez-Shailene-Woodley-Tina-Fey-Oscars.jpgHigh, voluminous updos
Tina Fey, Jennifer Lopez and Shailene Woodley all proved that bigger is better with buns and chignons that were high, poufy and totally drama-filled.

Sandra-Bullock-Leslie-Mann-Gwyneth-Paltrow-Oscars.jpgGlamorous ponytails
Leslie Mann, Gwyneth Paltrow and Sandra Bullock all went for ponytails—but, rather than looking simple or little girlish, they were uber-glamorous and chic.

Octavia-Spencer-Kristen-Wiig-Kate-Mara-Melissa-McCarthy.jpgDark manicures
While many celebs opted for really pale nails, a few starlets took some chances with their nail color on the red carpet. We love the dark manis worn by Kristen Wiig, Octavia Spencer, Kate Mara and Melissa McCarthy.

Rooney-Mara-Ellie-Kemper-Rose-Byrne-Anna-Faris-Oscars.jpgThick, blunt bangs
Who knew girly bangs were making such a comeback? We love the blunt fringes seen on Rose Byrne, Rooney Mara, Anna Faris and Ellie Kemper.

Natalie-Portman-Emma-Stone-Michelle-Williams-Oscars.jpgPink lips
Some celebs opted for a slightly subtler lip color than red, which was just so sweet and feminine on the red carpet. We love the pink lip colors chosen by Natalie Portman, Emma Stone and Michelle Williams.

Angelina Jolie, Sandra Bullock, Kristen Wiig, Anna Faris photos via Shailene Woodley, Jennifer Lopez, Gwyneth Paltrow, Leslie Mann photos via Tina Fey photo via
I’m a loyal fan of my beauty products so once I found Clinique Cream Shaper for Eyes I never looked back. The liner goes on perfectly every time, with just the right amount of color and pop for any look. The creamy consistency can be dramatic when layered on thick or act as the perfect basic liner when applied lightly. It comes in six different shades, but Black Diamond and Starry Plum are by far my faves.

You can buy Clinique Cream Shaper for eyes for $15 at
Nails-Inc-Electric-Lane-Top-Coat.jpgWant to transform your nails from drab to fab in an instant? Pick up a bottle of Nails Inc. Special Effects Electric Lane Holographic Glitter Top Coat.

The longest name in the world aside (seriously, we’ve never seen a longer name for a nail polish before), this top coat is super cool. It makes nails glitter and glisten with just one coat! We love it over everything, from browns and blacks to reds and purples. It just makes every color that much better.

We will say that the formula is pretty thick, so it will obscure the original color fairly well with only one coat. Our favorite way to wear it is as an accent nail against a mainly creamy, non-glittery manicure so that it really stands out.

Nails Inc. Special Effects Electric Lane Holographic Glitter Top Coat retails for $10 at
Hair-Masks-Image.jpgThere is nothing better than silky, healthy, shiny hair. And with these five hair masks, we’ve found that our hair is all of the above!

Klorane Intense Nutrition Repair Mask with Mango Butter
The mango butter in this formula helps to restore even the most dried out, damaged tresses. And with colder temperatures, it definitely helps to restore shine to dull locks.
$24 at

Neutrogena Deep Recovery Hair Mask
This mask is a true miracle—it works its magic in just three minutes! Even paired with a conditioner that doesn’t make your hair manageable, this just does the trick.
$6.99 at

Kiehl’s Sunflower Color Preserving Deep Recovery Pak
Want a hair mask that smells absolutely delicious? Don’t let this one pass you by. Oh, and the fact that it protects your color from fading? A total bonus.
$25 at

Frederic Fekkai Advanced Essential Shea Ultra Rich Mask
Ultra rich is right. A dime-sized amount of this mask is super lush and thick, and moisturizes your hair unbelievably well.
$30 at

Kerastase Nutritive Masquintense Intense Highly Concentrated Nourishing Treatment
This is the most luxurious of hair masks you could possibly come across. A dime-sized amount from this orange-ish tub is enough to make your hair super soft and shiny in no time flat.
$51.38 at

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