Lily James debuts post Pam & Tommy look with new hair and flawless makeup at the Oscars 2022

Lily James' Oscars hair said goodbye to Baywatch blonde

Lily James at the Oscars 2022
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Lily James’ Oscars 2022 look left us truly speechless—from her pastel pink dress to her soft but sultry makeup. But the biggest wow-factor was her brand new post-Pam and Tommy hairstyle, as she stepped out to reveal that had ditched Pamela Anderson’s iconic blonde hair for 'expensive brunette.'

This year's Oscars ceremony really had it all, from history being made by West Side Story’s Ariana DeBose to an onstage altercation between Chris Rock and Will Smith that left us all reeling. That didn’t stop Lily James, however, from stealing the show, in a Versace dress that was literally the embodiment of spring itself. She ate up that red carpet, and luckily for us⁠—we know exactly what beauty products she wore!

Lily James arrives on the red carpet outside the Dolby Theater for the 94th Academy Awards in Los Angeles, USA.

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The star of Pam & Tommy paired her floral, tulle gown, which had a dramatic leg slit, with matching pink platform heels and looked like an actual dream. Shedding her uncanny resemblance to Pam, she also debuted her new brunette hair which was styled with extra volume and loose waves.

We all got so used to her captivating performance and incredible transformation into Pamela, we had to do a double-take when she arrived on the red carpet. Plus, it wasn't just her new hair that caught our eye, but her flawless make-up, which was brought to us by makeup artist, Hung Vanngo.

The look featured a soft, warm brown smokey eye and natural and flawless skin with a slight pink pout—everything we want for our spring/ summer makeup routine and luckily for us, Vanngo has listed everything used to create her soft glam.

Lily James Oscars' look

Her makeup was all Anastasia Beverly Hills, with Vanngo using the famous Luminous Silk foundation for her base, paired with the Magic touch concealer.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Luminous Foundation: $38 $32.30 (opens in new tab) | Anastasia Beverly Hills / £43 (opens in new tab) | Look Fantastic

One of the best non-comedogenic foundations (opens in new tab), this leaves skin glowy and airbrushed with a light formula that won't clog up pores. The shade used on Lily is 335W.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Magic Touch Concealer: $29 (opens in new tab) | Anastasia Beverly Hills /  £27 (opens in new tab) | Look Fantastic

Lily is wearing shade 12 of this famous concealer that is known for its long-lasting formula.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Stick Blush: $32 (opens in new tab) | Anastasia Beverly Hills /  £30 (opens in new tab) | Look Fantastic 

To create her natural flush, Vanngo used the Stick Blush in Pink Dahlia.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Sugar Glow Kit®: $40 $34 (opens in new tab) | Anastasia Beverly Hills / £41 (opens in new tab) | Look Fantastic

He added a touch of the Sugar Glow kit for a bit of sparkle and dew. 

NORVINA® Eyeshadow Palette:  $45.00 $38.25 (opens in new tab)£42 £35.70 (opens in new tab) | Anastasia Beverly Hills

One of My Imperfect Life's best eyeshadow palettes (opens in new tab), the Norvina was used to create the sultry, diffused eye on Lily with shades Wild Child, Love and Volatile.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Lip Liner: $18 (opens in new tab) | Anastasia Beverly Hills / £17 (opens in new tab) | Look Fantastic

Her lips were kept fairly minimal with this lip liner in Dusty Rose that added a hint of pink, perfectly complimenting her pastel pink dress.

Matte & Satin Lipstick: $23 (opens in new tab)/£22 (opens in new tab) | Anastasia Beverly Hills

On top of the lipliner, Vanngo then used the Matte and Satin Lipstick in the shade Praline.

Naomi is a trainee News Writer with the Women's Lifestyle team. She has a background in design, having studied Illustration at Plymouth University but has taken a leap into the world of journalism after always having a passion for writing. She currently writes pieces on fashion, wellbeing, and entertainment for GoodTo and My Imperfect Life and is training for an NCTJ Qualification. 

Before working for Future Publishing’s Lifestyle News team, she worked in the Ad production team. Here she wrote and designed adverts on all sorts of things, which then went into print magazines across all genres. Now, when she isn’t writing articles on celebs, fashion trends, or the newest shows on Netflix, you can find her drinking copious cups of coffee, drawing and probably online shopping.