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The 2019 Oscars Hair & Makeup Looks You’ll Want To Try Out Yourself

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Prepare yourselves: The biggest night in Hollywood is officially here — and it's already proven to be one for the books. On Sun., celebrities made their way to the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles to attend the most important awards show of the year (aka, the Oscars). And although the breathtaking gowns that glided down the red carpet took center stage, the 2019 Oscars beauty looks certainly deserve their moment in the spotlight, too.

It's no secret that many celebrities use an awards ceremony appearance to debut a fresh beauty look. At the 2019 Golden Globes, it was Irina Shayk's new bob and Lady Gaga's freshly dyed blue locks that stole the show, while Lucy Boynton's bold BAFTAs makeup — a pink smoky eye and matching pout — officially kicked off a new trend of coordinating your lids to your lipstick.

Just when you thought it couldn't get any better in terms of hair and makeup inspo, the Oscars red carpet proved to be chock-full of enough ideas to last you the rest of the year. Some memorable moments included Laura Harrier's soft-blue shadow that coordinately perfectly with her light-blue gown, Constance Wu's muted-red lip, which was a great contrast to her canary gown, and Emilia Clarke's stunning new hair color.

Ahead, The Zoe Report highlights all the best beauty looks from the biggest night in Hollywood, including Emilia Clarke's fresh brunette hair, Constance Wu's ponytail, Laura Harrier's blue eyeshadow, and more.

Emilia Clarke

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Emilia Clarke debuted a dreamy new brunette hair color on the carpet.

Danai Gurira

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Danai Gurira paired her red carpet gown with gold accessories, including a metallic headband.

Constance Wu

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Constance Wu kept her makeup chic and easy with a winged liner, a soft-red lip, and a wavy ponytail.

Laura Harrier

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Laura Harrier walked the Oscars red carpet with powder-blue lids that perfectly coordinated with her gown.

Regina King

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Regina King made a statement in a white gown, a pink lip, and bold green eyeliner.

Ashley Graham

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Ashley Graham looked ultra chic in a slicked-back updo and a dark, smoky eye.

Yalitza Aparicio

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The Roma actor kept her beauty look soft and subtle, just like her dreamy Rodarte gown.

Amandla Stenberg

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Amandla Stenberg rounded out her '20-inspired red carpet look with a low bun, winged liner, and a nude, glossy lip.

Gemma Chan

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Winged eyeliner, a dewy complexion, and the perfect pink lipstick made up Chan's understated beauty look.

Amy Adams

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Adams took a low-key approach to her Oscars look, opting for loose, soft waves and a subtle smoky eye.

Lucy Boynton

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Although Boynton is known for her dramatic makeup looks (remember her incredible eyeliner from the 2019 SAG Awards?), she opted for something more subtle at the Oscars. The actor's eyeshadow was the perfect compliment to her vibrant dress.

Charlize Theron

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Clarke wasn't the only actor to debut a new look at the Oscars. Theron walked the red carpet with a stunning new hue (and the chicest red lip).

Lady Gaga

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Lady Gaga added a pop of color to her all-black Oscars look with winged, aqua liner on her lids.

Emma Stone

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Emma Stone's copper-colored smoky eye coordinated perfectly with the metallic hues in her Louis Vuitton gown.

Sarah Paulson

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Sarah Paulson went for a muted makeup look as not to overpower her hot-pink Brandon Maxwell gown.

Glenn Close

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The Wife actor kept it uncomplicated with her hair and makeup, opting only for a pink lip, neutral eyeshadow, and soft waves.