As/Is·Posted on Feb 23, 2015This Is What It Takes To Get A Woman Ready For The OscarsAccording to their incredibly, ridiculously talented beauty teams.by Arabelle SicardiBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink This is the aftermath of doing the makeup for Felicity Jones, according to her makeup artist, Dior's Sabrina Bedrani. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Hair and makeup: 3 1/2 hours. Hi, Felicia. Jason Merritt / Getty Images Margot Robbie's makeup artist Tyron Machhausen, sitting gleefully amongst his weapons of beauty. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The result of his work: F L A W L E S S N E S S. Frazer Harrison / Getty Images And Marion Cotillard isn't afraid to show that it takes a village to get her out the door. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com To get that sleek, rolled updo, her hairstylist Robert Vetica used this arsenal. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com It was 100% worth the effort — just look at her. Christopher Polk / Getty Images Nick Barose, aka the makeup artist of our goddess queen gift from all the Gods, Lupita Nyong'o, shared this picture of his kit. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com 6,000 pearls on her dress, 100000000000000 levels of beauty in general. Jason Merritt / Getty Images Rosamund Pike's hairstylist for the night, Kylee Heath, used all of this to get that effortless updo happening. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com An undercut updo at the Oscars! Work, Gone Girl. Frazer Harrison / Getty Images Elaine Offers, the artist for Julianne Moore, used almost exclusively drugstore products from L'Oreal. Budget beauty for Hollywood glamor! View this photo on Instagram instagram.com I like to imagine that she's visualizing the piles of money her makeup for the night did not cost. Large piles of money. So much of it. Jason Merritt / Getty Images It takes a village to make a Hollywood celeb look so gorgeous. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Cate Blanchett knows.