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We may never be able to afford the $30 million Tiffany’s necklace worn at Sunday’s Academy Awards by Lady Gaga, or come close to wearing Glenn Close’s stunning gold dress that featured four million beads, but when it comes to hair and makeup, getting the celeb treatment is surprisingly affordable. As more makeup artists and hairstylists partner with affordable brands, achieving the same red carpet look as your fave celebs is easier than ever. Well, buying the products is easy. We are still terrible at putting on our own fake eyelashes.

Lady Gaga went old Hollywood glam for her big night at the Oscars on Sunday. The Best Original Song winner paired her 128 carat diamond necklace from Tiffany’s with a $12 nail polish from Essie. The colour Stirring Secrets isn’t yet available and will be released this spring, but if you want to re-create Gaga’s delicate and understated manicure, we recommend going with Queen Elizabeth’s favourite hue, Ballet Slippers.

We loved Black Panther star Letitia Wright’s floating hair gems, a look hairstylist Ursula Stephens achieved with the help of Love Beauty and Planet Hairspray, which retails for $12.

Regina King’s lashes never faltered during her teary-eyed emotional acceptance speech for Best Supporting Actress. The If Beale Street Could Talk star stayed in glam mode all night thanks to her $9 Kiss Lash Couture Naked Drama false eyelashes.

 

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Beautiful @iamreginaking makeup by me @makeupbylatrice hair by @queen_philonese styled by @waymanandmicah dress by @oscardelarenta beautiful skin thank you @kohgendo steps @kohgendo cleansing spa water for a flawless hydrating glow we used @kohgendo herbal spa mist @kohgendo T3 premium oil with anti aging repair serum foundation @kohgendo #aquafoundation in #301 eyes @ @patmcgrathreal @kissproducts #PATMCGRATHLAB #PMGLABLOVE Mothership II Sublime Palette Eyes 1 skin show glow (over the entire lid) 2 dark (crease) and bottom lash line 3 copper toned( lid) 4 eyeliner extreme black smudged as liner 5 bronze (brow highlight) Cheeks 1 sublime skin highlighting trio highlighter palette Bronze nectar and all over body Lips Permagel ultra lip liner pencil Ground Control Lipstick MatteTrance 1995 Lust gloss in wicked whisper Lashes (lash couture) Kiss products Naked Drama in Tulle for a beautiful dramatic effortless eye #kissproducts #kissnakeddramalashes #kohgendo #kohgendoaquafoundation #kisslashes #kissnakeddramalashes

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To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before star Lana Condor used the Yes To Coconut moisturizing stick to give her skin a sun-kissed dewy finish that picked up the light in photographs. The stick retails for $13 and can be used on the face, body, and anywhere you want a little extra moisturizing love.

Supermodel Ashley Graham had the perfect pout for her red carpet interviews thanks to REVLON’s $6 Super Lustrous Matte is Everything Lipstick in Audacious Mauve.

 

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She’s just having a tea break before Oscars madness!! 🤷🏼♀️🤣

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Hairstylist John D. achieved Vice nominee Amy Adams’ beachy waves with TRESemmé Extra Firm Control Extra Hold Mousse ($5) and TRESemmé Tres Two Extra Hold Hairspray ($3).

 

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A M Y 🌟 O S C A R S #AmyAdams @petraflannery @versace @cartier @stephensollitto #alexjachno #hairbyjohnd @tresemme

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Serena Williams went with a sleek and sexy ponytail on the red carpet with a little help from Dove’s Extra Hold Compressed Hairspray, which retails for $3.

 

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E! red carpet fashion host Kristin Cavallari got her slick backed wavy look thanks to TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shine Serum, which retails for $5.

Amanda Seyfried’s voluminous ponytail was achieved thanks to a little help from Suave Professionals Captivating Mousse, which is only $10.

Isla Fisher got her skin ready for close ups thanks to makeup artist Kelsey Deenihan, who used Weleda Skin Food as a moisturizer on the Australian actress. At just $20, the multi-tasker is perfect for prepping the skin, and can be used on the feet, hands and elbows too. Just put it on everything.