Hair is a crucial part of the Oscars’ overall look, and it can make or break an outfit. As we prepare for the 95th Oscars, let’s take a moment to reminisce on some of the most memorable Oscar hair looks of all time.
Jennifer Lopez’s Sleek Style in 2019
In 2019, Jennifer Lopez’s stylist, Chris Apple, crafted a stunning look to complement her gown. The fabric was almost like mirrors, and Chris wanted to make her hair look like glass. He decided to create a classic Hollywood style that flowed like liquid and reflected a high shine that complemented her dress.
Halle Berry’s Pixie Cut in 2002
Halle Berry’s 2002 Oscar look remains an all-time favorite. Her short pixie haircut was timeless and edgy, and Chris emphasized the importance of framing short hair to suit your face shape. If you have a rounder face, consider a short haircut with a little height, while longer faces may benefit from bangs.
Zendaya’s Flawless Snatch in 2018
Zendaya’s 2018 Oscar look was flawless, and her white dress made it a tough look to pull off. Chris’s top tip for recreating this look at home is all about placement, ensuring that the eye line lands in the perfect place to show off the face and give a little lift to the eye.
Charlize Theron’s Hollywood Wave in 2004
In 2004, Charlize Theron wowed with her blonde Hollywood wave and a shorter hair finish. Chris used an intense shine spray to give her hair a little sparkle and make the overall look fresh.
Julia Roberts’ Classic Updo in 2001
Julia Roberts’ 2001 Oscar look is an all-time favorite. She took a classic style and made it look modern, with her voluminous updo that didn’t overpower her beautiful smile. The added volume made her look like the ultimate Hollywood star that she is.
In conclusion, these Oscar’s hair looks remind us of the importance of hair in completing an outfit. With the right stylist and the right hairstyle, you can make a statement that will last for years to come. Don’t forget to tune in to the 95th Oscars, airing live at eight Eastern and five Pacific this Sunday on ABC.