Let's face it. No matter how much we'd like to believe, celebs aren't always red carpet perfect. And with the television industry's recent switch to high-definition, hiding one's imperfections just got even tougher. But thanks to MAKE UP FOR EVER's HD Complexion line – which includes foundations, concealers and a loose powder - stars can look flawless despite the pore-magnifiying zoom effect.

So what does Make Up For Ever's complexion perfectors have that other cosmetic brands don't? It's all about the micro-particles that scatter light to visibly perfect your skin.

"In HD, everything is magnified, including make up. Therefore, formulations need to use microscopic ingredients to create the invisible coverage that is necessary for HD formats," said Dany Sanz, Creator and Artistic Director, MAKE UP FOR EVER. "The HD Complexion line utilizes special micro-particles in each innovative formulation to create make up that is imperceptible onscreen, in photos and in real life!"

At the 51st Annual Grammy Awards, everyone from Cyndi Lauper to Jordin Sparks hit up the Grammy Style Studio to get done up with products from the HD Complexion line. For scenes from the studio, click through the gallery.

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    Cyndi Lauper checks out the array of vibrant MAKE UP FOR EVER HD products at the 51st Annual GRAMMY Awards Style Studio held at the Smashbox Studios in Los Angeles.

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    Jordin Sparks happily approves her MAKE UP FOR EVER HD gloss at the 51st Annual GRAMMY Awards Style Studio.

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    Jazmine Sullivan stops by MAKE UP FOR EVER HD at the 51st Annual GRAMMY Awards Style Studio.

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    Kristin Cavallari takes a moment to indulge in MAKE UP FOR EVER HD at the 51st Annual GRAMMY Awards Style Studio.

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    Janelle Monae looks red carpet ready at the MAKE UP FOR EVER HD booth at the 51st Annual GRAMMY Awards Style Studio.

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    Lil Mama poses with the MAKE UP FOR EVER HD team at the 51st Annual GRAMMY Awards Style Studio.

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