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Mary J. Blige, Tiffany Haddish Dazzle on Oscars Red Carpet

Some of Hollywood’s best and brightest showed out for this year’s Oscars. From the bold fashion and hair, many celebrities also donned rare jewelry and new makeup products.

A handful of women wore some beautiful jewels from Forevermark Diamonds on the Oscars red carpet. “Forevermark is the diamond brand from The De Beers Group of Companies,” according to their website. Of the world’s collection of diamonds, only one percent get the Forevermark seal of approval. Best Supporting Actress Allison Janney winner wore $4 million worth of diamonds. Mary J. Blige wore 23 carats for Forevermark items including large drop earrings in white gold, a diamond and pave marquise shaped ring and an exceptional diamond cushion halo ring. Writer and Transactivist Janet Mock, E! personality Giuliana Rancic and actress Gina Rodriguez were outfitted in some of the jewelry.

When it came to makeup, some of Hollywood’s women of color dressed up their faces using Glossier’s latest product Lidstar, a glistening eyeshadow. Comedian Tiffany Haddish and actress Taraji P. Henson were just two of the women who highlighted their makeup look with the new product. Lidstar comes in six shades (Lily, Fawn, Cub, Moon, Herb, and Slip), the product is more glow and less shadow.

Take a peek at the women’s looks above.

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