The Exact Foundations Celebs Wore to the Oscars

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Unquestionable talent is on display at tonight’s Oscars, but so is a slew of flawless faces. Below, the exact foundations top celebrities wore down the red carpet to keep their complexions looking camera-ready all night.

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Jennifer Garner
For shine-free skin that still gleams, Garner opted for Neutrogena's Healthy Skin Liquid Makeup ($15).

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Laura Dern
Big Little Lies star Laura Dern wore Marc Jacobs’ new Shameless Youthful-Look 24-Hour Foundation ($46).

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Lupita Nyong'o
Celebrity makeup artist Nick Barose prepped the star's skin with serum and moisturizer before applying Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra Wear Liquid Foundation in 550 ($47).

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Emma Stone
A handmade cocktail of Kiehl’s (not yet released) Glow Formula Skin Hydrator and NARS Natural Radiant Longwear Foundation ($49) kept Emma Stone’s skin looking dewy and fresh. To give cheeks a rosy flush, Emma wore the brand-new NARS Wanted Cheek Palette, available online on March 8.

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Zoey Deutch
The Before I Fall actress relied on Chanel’s Perfection Lumière Velvet ($50) to even out skin tone and add a natural glow before Le Teint Ultra Tenue Compact Foundation ($60) was layered on top for extra coverage and shine-nixing power.

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Margot Robbie
The I, Tonya star wore Chanel Vitalumière Moisture-Rich Radiance Sunscreen Fluid Makeup ($60) to keep her skin hydrated and luminous on the red carpet.

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Sofia Vergara
A match made in glowy-skin heaven, Charlotte Tilbury's Hollywood Flawless Filter ($44) and Magic Foundation #8 ($44) are behind Vergara's radiant complexion.

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Rashida Jones
For hydrated, radiant skin, Jones leaned on Almay's new Best Blend Forever Makeup in Naked ($17), followed by their Instant Glow Highlighting Duo ($12).

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