Deepika Padukone was one of the few Indian celebrities to attend the Oscars 2023. Not only did she make a glamorous appearance, but also she presented the Naatu Naatu
performance on the 95th Academy Awards stage. Deepika looked stunning in a stark black Louis Vuitton gown, do you know what went behind her flawless look? As the actress shares her skincare routine
for the Oscars, let's take you through how did she prep for one of the most important days of her career.
What Went Behind Deepika Padukone's Glamorous Look At Oscars 2023
Taking it to Instagram, Deepika Padukone
gave us a sneak peek of some tricks and tips that one must incorporate into their everyday skincare routine, In the video, the Pathaan actress welcomes her fans inside her luxurious hotel room where she reveals how she began her day during the Oscars 2023. Wearing a white bathrobe with her bun tied, she also gave a breakdown of the products she loves to use.
Have a look at Deepika Padukone's
detailed skincare video here.
Sharing a reel with her voiceover, the caption read, "Here's a sneak peek of me getting Red Carpet ready with my skincare routine in collaboration with @82e.official. And with that, we're happy to announce that we're launching a brand new sunscreen serum, Turmeric Shield, TODAY!"
Deepika Padukone's Tips For A Glowing Skin"After a hot shower, this is what I like to do first."
said the actress whilst using a range of products from her skincare line 82degE. Deepika then moved on to ice her face, and use a moisturizer followed by sunscreen. Her team then does her hair and makeup as she slips into the stunning Louis Vuitton black gown with gloves, paired with a Cartier diamond necklace.
Deepika Padukone at Oscars 2023
Along with S.S. Rajamouli, Ram Charan, Jr. NTR, and M.M. Keeravani, Deepika Padukone
was one of the few Indian actors to be invited to the 95th Academy Awards. She even met some Indian-origin actors like Mindy Kaling and posed with Ram Charan for the pictures. She was invited to present the Oscar-winning song Naatu Naatu's live performance on the Academy Awards stage.