The award for the best hair goes to these women, as seen on the red carpet at the Oscars 2016
Best Hairstyle and Makeup on the Red Carpet
That hair looks quite frankly airbrushed
Her hair was as worthy of the Oscar as her performance in Room. Ever so on trend too – hair jewels have been everywhere at fashion month so far. Hairstyle Mara Roszak gave Larson’s hair a “celestial” touch by twisting the front pieces back and pinning a piece of fabric that matched the actress’ belt on top.
Her blonde backing, complete with A-line cut
She comes complete with a Fifties style quif
She makes a fabulously fish-plaited appearance. The model’s simple windblown braid put the focus on the embroidery and her glowing skin.
She goes for a classic bun, but with a science fiction twist
ponytail hair, pink lipstick, wearing green ear rings.
Blonde bombshell Jennifer Lawrence ramps up the Sixties vibe with a touch of backcombing and pretty middle part. Simple classics: straight, shiny hair and earthy brown smoky eyes.
She lets her hair down… literally. But at this year’s ceremony, she took down the Winslet-chignon (its official name) and went wavy.
Washington dialed up the dominatrix factor with a tight leather bodice, black-rimmed eyes and a high ponytail.
Makeup artist Hung Vanngo topped off the actress’ look with L’Oréal Paris Pro-Matte Gloss in Rouge Envy.
All hair Olivia Wilde’s low-key milkmaid braid with twists and turns not usually seen on the red carpet. Wilde takes the costume-y sweetness out of a milkmaid braid by starting it at the side part and adding a ’20s-inspired choker.
The clean lines of Mara’s slick three-pronged updo by Adir Abergel play well with the cut-out and high slit of her Givenchy gown.
She got beach-swept hair for Irish actress. Makeup artist Mai Quynh layered Chanel Quadra Eyeshadow inTissé Smoky over Illusion D’Ombre Eyeshadow in Mysterio.
opens the pony club on the red carpet, with waves
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