Oscars 2013 beauty!
Who had the best hair and makeup of the night?
Jessica Chastain went for classic glamour: (looong) shiny waves by Renato Campora, a red lip and thick black eyeliner.
Amanda Seyfried vamped in killer purple cat eyes and upswept hair.
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Reese Witherspoon wore bombshell waves and her signature blue eyeshadow. Oh, and she told Giuliana Rancic her secret to such voluminous hair (other than Renato, the same guy who styled Jessica): "I just had a baby! I'm not looking forward to when you lose all the hair after the baby." (Funny, Duchess Catherine and I were just talking about that ... )
Charlize Theron looked sexier than ever in her pixie cut and sparkling champagne eyeshadow.
Sandra Bullock stood out from the wavy pack with her sleek pinned-above-one-ear hairstyle.
Kerry Washington looked chic in matte makeup (the eyeshadow is Lancome's Color Design 5 Shadow & Liner Palette in Sienna Sultry) and long glossy waves.
Salma Hayek chose a fit-for-a-queen updo, complete with tiara-like hair accessory. I think she deserves a crown just for not wearing old-Hollywood waves.
So, who had your favorite hair/makeup look of the 2013 Oscars?Photos: Courtesy of Glamour
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