Chic, romantic hairstyles reigned supreme at the 85th annual Academy Awards. Here are some bridal-worthy versions of the top celebrity ‘dos.
The red-headed beauty channeled old Hollywood glamour with a deep side sweep cascading into long, loose retro waves.
The Les Miserables star showed off her high-neck gown and with a vintage inspired updo. The tousled chignon showed off her natural, wavy texture. A gently mussed finish and some strategically placed flyaways helped achieve a natural look.
The actress accented her sleek, super straight locks with a sparkly hair clip right above the ear.
The Best Actress winner’s hair was finger-combed back into a relaxed, youthful chignon. Her top half was loosely twisted and pinned in place with bobbies, while her lower tresses were swept into a spiraled bun. Simple and fresh.
The Oscars nominee complemented her dramatic gown with a super simple French roll. Her auburn hair was smooth and shiny, twisted back into a loose bun with a center part and soft wisps framing her face.
Naomi’s stunning updo was all about volume and movement. The actress’ silky blonde locks were pinned back into a rumpled, twisting bun. The hair around her face was gently fluffed and flipped back for that loose, effortless look.
The Best Supporting Actress winner rocked a grown-out gamine crop with heavy fringe. The star’s super-short locks, remnants of her Les Miserables role, were swept softly to the side for a feminine look.
Nicole achieved effortless glamour with a low, tousled chignon and loose, wavy wisps at the front. Gorgeous and carefree.
Reese went with a modern take on Veronica Lake’s 1940s “peek-a-boo” style. The presenter rocked a dramatic side part and glossy, defined waves.
The presenter went with an oversize bun teased high up on her head and adorned with jewels at the base.