Giuliana Rancic’s Oscars Look Shows She’s a Beautiful Survivor

giuliana rancicGiuliana Rancic hosted the entirely tedious but somehow addictive Oscars red carpet preview on E! last night, and even though it was choppy and awkward, I have to give Giuliana props for looking fantastic.

Not a hair on her head was out of place. Her white Tony Ward gown with leafy details on the shoulders was stunning, and I loved the sheer back. G's makeup was also picture perfect -- her red lips and doey eyelashes went nicely together and with the dress.

You would never know that she's battled cancer and infertility -- she looked so fresh-faced and healthy. Giuliana was one of the best dressed in my book. Here's how to achieve her glowing skin and elegant makeup:

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Giuliana's a fan of skincare line DDF and MAC cosmetics:

  • DDF’s Weightless Defense SPF 45+
  • MAC’s Studio Moisture Tint
  • Tom Ford Beauty Extreme Mascara
  • Bobbi Brown Long Wear Gel Liner in Black Ink
  • Chanel Espiegle Blush and
  • MAC Fresh Honey Blush
  • MAC Viva Glam Lipstick

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What's missing from the list is any sort of foundation or concealer -- G lets her natural beauty shine through and clearly doesn't need much help when it comes to making her skin look radiant and blemish-free.

She says she uses Revolve 400X Micro-Polishing System twice a week to get rid of any imperfections, and jaysus, it would seem that that thing really works.

Whatever her tricks of the trade are, it's inspiring to see Giuliana looking healthy and happy. It seems like her positive attitude and quiet determination are doing wonders for her body, inside and out.

Did you like Giuliana's red carpet look?

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