Amazing Hairdos at the Oscars

It’s very important to know, even in day-to-day life, that a hairdo can make or break your look. It’s even more important when you’re preparing to walk the red carpet. This is a list of celebrities that impressed at the Oscars through their stunning dos.

Amazing Hairdos at the Oscars (4)

Kate Winslet (2009)

The sleek retro updo that Kate rocked on the red carpet was simple in design and beautifully completed the rest of the outfit.

Scarlett Johansson (2011)

Texture and layers played a great part in Scarlett’s hairstyle, which was a tad messy, making it the more appealing.

Nicole Kidman (2007)

Nicole kept it simple, yet elegant, opting for a sleek do with a side part. The hairstyle looked gorgeous especially paired with the bright red dress and red lips.

Amy Adams (2008)

Choosing a perfect blend of classic and contemporary, Amy’s Veronica Lake curls were absolutely gorgeous.

Gwyneth Paltrow (1999)

The actress sported an elegant ballerina bun with a side part. The hairdo looked striking in combination with the hot pink gown.

Angelina Jolie (2009)

Jon Voight’s daughter paired her dark dress and emerald earrings with a fabulous half updo with dreamy princess-like curls.

Halle Berry (2002)

A pixie hairdo might not be a great choice for everybody; however, it made Halle Berry glow at the Oscars back in 2002.

Grace Kelly (1954)

This hairstyle is more than just a fabulous do. In time, it became iconic and it still acts like great inspirations for celebrities.

Jennifer Hudson (2008)

Sporting chandelier earrings, sparkly silver eyeshadow and chic bangs, Hudson’s look was a real stunner.

Anne Hathaway (2008)

The Hollywood sweet heart stole the spotlight with a red Marchesa dress and a ponytail with loose curls in the back.

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