Oscars 2020: 10 Top Beauty Looks
A transformational beauty switch-up is always the order of the day for the most-watched red carpet of the year.
During awards season, celebrities have been serving up some incredible hair and make-up looks. However, with the Oscars being Hollywood’s biggest night, we
From new bangs and bobs to voluminous curls and well-thought out updos to bold red lips, standout lashes and perfect feline flicks, click through to see who rocked the best beauty looks at the 92nd annual Academy Awards.
We instantly fell for German actress Zazie Beetz’s bouncy and voluminous curly bangs pulled back into a top puff.
Janelle Monáe’s hooded dress dripping in crystals may have been attention-
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The nominated Little Women star’s new fresh, wispy bangs went straight into our favourites’ list, and the butterfly clip and on-trend tendrils by the ear made us fawn even more over her updo. The hairstyle by Saoirse Ronan’s longtime hairstylist Adir Abergel, who took inspiration from 1950s Audrey Hepburn,
A bold matte siren-red lipstick was Margot Robbie’s best accessory. The Bombshell star’s classic and effortless make-up by Pati Dubroff, coupled with super sleek and classic glossy waves with a deep side part, is always a winning Hollywood combo.
Known for her gorgeous red carpet make-up looks, Lucy Boynton did not disappoint. While we loved her striking matte red lippie, standout eyebrows and spider-like killer lashes by Jo Baker, it was her hair that really won our hearts. Hairstylist Jenny Cho glued pearls to her hairline, creating an
For her Oscars debut, nominee Florence Pugh rocked a cool and fresh twisted updo with an intricate row of knots. And the hairstyle by Peter Lux really helped showcase her on-trend roots. Make-up maestro Alex Babsky was behind the 24-year-old Little Women star’s make-up, and while describing the look that included dusky pink lipstick and eyeliner, he said, “Boy brows and super simple make-up.”
Rather than just securing her updo with pins, hairstylist Jenny Cho weaved in some silver string for a cool and edgy look on Scarlett Johansson. The actress with two nominations was positively glowing, with a statement smoky eye helping her look more fabulous. Make-up artist Frankie Boyd included a touch of gold to the inner corners of her eyes to make them pop.
Regina King’s monochrome pink make-up look matched her elegant blush gown. The soft pink eyeshadow and lipstick looked so feminine. The If Beale Street Could Talk actress’s sultry lashes added some drama to the tonal vibes, while her serious side parting also helped elevate her look.
While stepping out on the red carpet, Lily Aldridge proved how powerful a classic red lipstick can be. The rest of the Victoria’s Secret model’s make-up was simple, with a bit of sparkle and mascara for the eyes. Her softly slicked hair with a middle part and skin prepped by Flavia Lanini made other perfect touches.