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The stars of the Oscars red carpet seem the genetically-blessed epitome of flawless beauty, oozing a style that looks effortless – and in reality is anything but.One dress designed specially by Prada for Lupita Nyong'o at the 2014 Oscars, at the behest of her stylist Micaela Erlanger, turned her into a fashion icon, opening the way to major advertising contracts.For a custom-made Oscars dress, says Lovell, discussions with the star should start in November, with a complex design requiring "anywhere between two to four fittings".Being able to flaunt the perfect curves is as much about diet and exercise as the cut of your cloth, and many stars move from sensible eating to strict diets six weeks ahead of the big night.Most stars train all year, but Waters recalls Courtney Love coming to see her when she was nominated for a Golden Globe.Author and Emmy award-winning stylist David Zyla told AFP celebrity makeup artists and hairstylists charge $1,500 to $4,000 for their part in creating "Red Carpet Wow" on the night of the Academy Awards.
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