Oscars 2020: See The Best Hair And Beauty Looks At The Red Carpet



Exuding in exquisite and glamour, the Oscars 2020 red carpet has hailed the major stunners for another grand beauty moment of the awards season.  

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Bagging an Oscar award is truly a groundbreaking honor for any Hollywood star. Given the tense anticipation while at the edge of their seats on who wins each major award, the prowess of their glam teams is what we’re also keeping an eye on. In this year’s Oscars, we’ve noticed some unpredicted hues like pink and purple pastels painting the red carpet. From the dainty makeup to well executed hair and nails, here are the best beauty looks at the 92nd Academy Awards.

Florence Pugh

Looking extremely chic, Florence Pugh had a twisted up do by her hairstylist Peter Lux, while her makeup artist Alex Babsky painted her lid and lips with rose gold hues. Florence added a sophistication to her look with the draping silver necklace.

Billie Eilish

In her every appearances, Billie Eilish’s hair gets the utmost attention. Much more this Oscars when the four-time Grammy winner had a messy up do with Chanel hair accessories. Wearing Chanel from head to toe, Billie wore earrings and white hand gloves, which complimented her long black nails.

Cynthia Erivo did not leave out the classic blue tone at the Oscars. But this time, Cynthia’s manicurist took the nail art to a whole new level—painting a Vincent van Gogh-inspired “A Starry Night” art on her nails. For the rest  of her look, makeup artist Terrell Mullin kept everything subdued and restrained by creating a smokey eye using brown shades.

Scarlett Johansson

With Scarlett Johansson flaunt her back tattoos, we also get a good look of her tied up hair, which she accessorized with a silver pony. From her metallic accessories, piercings, and fringes, everything was a great match.

AURORA

With AURORA’s primitive headpiece and micro-bangs, she’s nothing short of a living enchantress, a perfect representation of her Nordic roots. for her beauty look, the Frozen star took to the theme of the film with a unique eye art on top of her subtle makeup.

Salma Hayek

It was all about a good amount of shimmer with Salma Hayek’s glittery shadows and glossy lips. Working in a dose of elegant excess, all eyes were on her sleek bun featuring gigantic silver and pearl hair clip.

Zazie Beetz

In a sleek yet edgy look, Zazie Beetz looks extra sultry in her bouncy faux curls that flows seamlessly with her smokey eyes. Her emerald-hued jewelries added extra a rich punctuation to her look.

America Ferrera

Effortlessly pulling off a deeply significant and well-intended look, America Ferrera wears her heritage to the Oscars with a traditional gilded Honduran headpiece. With the accessory as a focal point, The How to Train Your Dragon star’s stylist Aviva Perea let her wear a smooth straight hair, which was further heightened with that unmistakable pregnancy glow.

Lucy Boynton

Lucy Boynton’s pearl embellishments by her hairstylist Jenny Cho reminded us of Charlize Theron’s hair roots at the SAG Awards 2020. To complement the beauty move, her bold red lips and full lashes were also some striking factors she brought to the red carpet.

Saoirse Ronan

Going for a very fresh look at the red carpet, Saoirse Ronan wore coral lips, light winged liner, and purple lids that sparkled with a little bit of shimmer. Her hairstylist Adir Abergel styled the Little Women star with micro bangs, which was accessorized with a Gucci butterfly clip on one side.

Maya Rudolph

It’s time to take this funny woman seriously, as Maya Rudolph was a refreshing force on the red carpet. Her purple shadows, which extended as a liner gave that beautiful eye illusion. Sporting more vibrant colors, she also wore emerald earrings, which was contrastingly complimenting to her orange sequinned dress.

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