The Bling & Beauty Secrets Of 13 Stars At The Oscars
While her overall look was clean and understated, Zendaya’s source of dazzle was in part to her Bulgari jewellery – she donned platinum art deco pendent earrings, diamond-studded bracelets, a baguette diamond ring, and platinum ring.
Saoirse’s choice of understated Cartier earrings to go with a structured pink gown and cropped cut was a wise choice, in that it coordinated with her rising star.
The Olympian figure skating proved a champion on the red carpet front too, when he stepped out at the Oscars in a leather harness by Jeremy Scott. The bondage-inspired piece was arguably the most riveting male accessory on the red carpet.
Ashley’s emblematic appearance was reinforced by a 1930s glam with a set of Bulgari white gold, platinum and diamond necklace and bracelet, to complement her purple Badgeley Mischka gown.
Like her fearless personality, the singer’s Oscars look was extra fierce. Her statement ponytail was braided with miniature flowers, and complemented by a full jewellery set of pink floral earrings and necklace by Lorraine Schwartz.
Everyone’s beloved veteran wore an estimated USD$3.8 million worth of Harry Winston platinum pieces. A vivid cushion-cut sapphire diamond necklace brought out her blue dress, and a cushion-cut sapphire and diamond earrings framed her features.
Kate was part Grecian goddess, part Hollywood siren, in a gold themed set of embellished Piaget earrings, and matching high jewellery choker and bracelet.
As the @yslbeauty ambassador, Zoë smouldered in full YSL to amplify her trademark smize. Among her makeup arsenal were Or Rouge Oil, Touche Eclat Glow Shot Bronze, Dessin Du Regard Waterproof Eyeliner Pencil, and Rouge Pur Couture Lipstick 201.
Adriana was made for many things. Aside from her slinky lingerie repertoire, she’s easily red carpet siren – With just one swipe of scarlet colour to her lips using the Maybelline Python lipkit in Passionate.
The TV star endorsed curl power with a head of tight tendrils, and her overall look was elevated with a sultry pink lipstick and Neutrogena makeup, to match her biker-chic Alexandre Vaulthier leather and sequin ensemble.
Then of course, there’s the bold hair trend Danai rocked; an African ancestral head stamp by hairstylist Vernon Scott. To achieve the head-turning look, Vernon used a metallic white dye to create the warrior-worthy patterns.
Both Danai and Lupita paid tribute to their African ancestry by accessorising their hair. Lupita worked with hairstylist Vernon François, to bring a traditional Rwandan updo to the red carpet. Her structured hair was weaved with intricate gold thread, resulting in a fine, crown-like outcome.
Even though Margot opted for a low-key red carpet look, all eyes were on her glossy blonde bob and shimmering get-up. Margot’s modern waves were finished with a touch of Moroccanoil, emphasising her screen goddess appeal.