Get the Look: Jennifer Lawrence at the Oscars® 2013.


Jennifer Lawrence won the Oscar for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the 2013 Oscars®. Jennifer is such a beautiful young starlet who stole the show. Her look was beautiful. From her Dior dress with matching nails, beautiful makeup and updo, her look was my favorite of the night.



Jennifer's makeup was done by Celebrity Makeup Artist Jillian Dempsey. Jillian used Dior makeup on Jennifer, as Jennifer is the new face of Dior's Miss Dior campaign.

On her face, Jillian used Diorskin Forever Foundation, Diorskin Nude Tan Bronzer and Diorblush in Peachy Keen #553. On her eyes, she used Dior 5-Couleurs Eyeshadow in Bleu de Paris #254, Diorshow Mascara in Catwalk Black #090, and Dior Style Liner. On her lips were shaded with Dior Addict Lipstick in Beige Casual #222.


Dove Celebrity Stylist Mark Townsend did Jennifer's hair. He said "Jennifer Lawrence is a dream to work with, she is so unbelievably fun and inspiring." Here is the how-to in Mark's words.

How to:
I started by applying a few drops of Dove Nourishing Oil Care Anti-Frizz Serum to her damp hair and combed through. This serum is loaded with natural almond and coconut oils to give the hair extra moisture and shine.

Next, I added a large dollop of Dove Nourishing Curls Whipped Cream Mousse to her hair and blow dried with a large round brush.

To give the hair texture and shine I added a nickel size of Dove Frizz-Free Shine Cream-Serum in my hands and then raked through the hair. Then, I took random pieces from each side and loosely twisted them and pinned them together at the back of the head with eight bobby pins in crosses.

Then, I took the remaining hair and gathered it into a loose playful bun and finished as always with Dove Strength & Shine Extra Hold Hairspray.


Jennifer Lawrence's manicurist, April Foreman, did Jennifer’s nails using COVERGIRL Outlast Stay Brilliant Nail Gloss in Forever Frosted. The Best Actress winner chose the color because she wanted something understated and classic, that was opaque but dressier than a sheer nude.