It’s the biggest awards ceremony in any celebrity calendar and the excitement was mounting for what styles our favourite stars
would go for. The dresses were to die for and attendees were out to create bold and beautiful looks that will be remembered for
years to come. The red carpet was almost as exciting as the gold statues themselves and when it comes to hairstyles, it seemed
to be the shorter looks that took the lead on the night. Of course, this is the The Oscars and the glamour of the whole event did
not disappoint, so without further ado, take a look at the looks we love…
The utterly gorgeous Margot Robbie also went for a short look this year, showing off an angular blonde bob on the red carpet.
This sleek style was cut bluntly in a side part and completed with a straightened finish all over. The simple, yet effective do was
also teamed with dewy skin and a fierce red lip for extra impact against her black dress.
Lily Collins may not have attended the actual awards ceremony this year but she most definitely stole the show at the Vanity Fair
after party. The 25-year-old actress decided to go for the chop and her short, pixie crop made a debut at the event.
Despite being a typically dramatic do, the overall look complimented her stunning, high-collared gown perfectly
on the night.
Fifty Shades of Grey star, Dakota Johnson managed to wow the crowd with her first Oscars appearance and her overall look did
not disappoint. Hairstylist Mark Townsend created this effortlessly chic style by loosely styling a delicate fringe, along with adding
slight lift at the top for increased volume. The ponytail itself also demonstrated light waves for a sophisticated yet relaxed do,
perfectly paired with her Saint Laurent gown.
We’re so in love with Reese Witherspoon’s shiny and chic look at the Academy Awards! Styled into a centre part and soft bouncy
curls, this was the perfect hairstyle to flaunt those jaw-dropping cheekbones and flawless skin. Paired with a floor-length,
Tom Ford monochrome dress, this is a look definitely set to stop and turn heads.