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Oscars 2011: A-List Beauty

It may be the Oscar dresses that catches everyone's attention, but no Academy Awards look is complete without perfect make-up to compliment an outfit. We asked Neil Young, a backstage fixture and Senior Artist for Mac Cosmetics, and Stylist’s Beauty Director Joanna McGarry to choose their favourite red carpet beauty looks from the Oscars, and to share their top tips for recreating the looks yourself. Discover their picks in the gallery below...

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