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Still not over last night's Oscar beauty looks? Um, how could you be?!

We're so obsessed we spent all day recreating the top hair and makeup combos from the 2016 Academy Awards. Well, with a little help, that is.

We recruited Frédéric Fekkai Creative Director, David Pierre Pappalardo, and NARS International Lead Makeup Stylist, Uzo, to duplicate the glam looks seen on Kerry Washington, Alicia Vikander and more leading ladies. 

Oh, and the best part? Because we know we live in a tl;dr society (or should we say too long; didn't watch) all five transformations take place in just one minute.

How'd we pull that off? You'll just have to find out for yourself—It'll only take 60 seconds.

And in case you're curious, below you'll find the key products used in the recreating. Plus, a few thoughts from our pros.

Look 1: Alicia Vikander
Pappalardo applied Fekkai Beach Waves Tousling Spray to achieve a more textured look. "I like that it wasn't as sleek because that would have been too much of a Disney look," he explained. 

Look 2: Olivia Munn
IRL the star was wearing Chanel Rouge Allure Luminous Intense Lip Colour in Excentrique and Pimpante but Uzo recreated almost the exact same orange shade by applying NARS Geraldine Audacious lipstick and Playa Dorado Velvet lip liner.

Look 3: Rooney Mara
For Uzo favorite look of the night—"you can't beat that bold brow and bold lip!"—she used NARS lipstick in Mysterious Red layered with Charlotte Audacious lipstick to mimic the actress oxblood hue. Pappalardo opted for Fekkai Sheer Hold hairspray to give the futuristic 'do a truly sleek and polished effect. 

Look 4: Olivia Wilde
"Very bohemian, Grecian, beautiful," gushed Pappalardo, who suggests gently really teasing the ponytail and braids for a more voluminous bun. Uzo rimmed the eyes with NARS Goddess velvet shadow stick and Empire Soft Touch shadow pencil.

Look 5: Kerry Washington
To achieve Kerry's nude lip Uzo mixed NARS Raquel Audacious lipstick with Het Loo satin lip pencil. The dramatic cat eye was carfully applied with Black Valley eye paint. And Pappalardo's tip for that bouncy ponytail? Lots and lots of hairspray.