Top 10 Oscars beauty trends that shook up the red carpet
From wild curls to an all-red approach, Hollywood's leading ladies took daring beauty to a flawless dimension.
Risk-taking beauty was one of the more surprising red carpet trends at the 89th Academy Awards red carpet on Sunday night, but it was an approach that paid off for several Hollywood stars. Here are 10 of the best from the evening.
Viola Davis may have stuck with a classic red when it came to her gown, but makeup-wise she left nothing to chance, matching her lipstick and nails to the golden hue of the statuette she took home for ‘Best Supporting Actress.'
Isabelle Huppert put a sexy French twist on red carpet dressing, adding a dark polish for a vampish yet understated touch to her pale pink dress and raspberry pink lip.
Olivia Culpo made a bold statement with her luminous lilac eyeliner, but paired with a slicked back ponytail and pale lip, the look worked.
Halle Berry's playful wild curls and frosted pink lip were a breath of fresh air on the red carpet.
Emma Stone was another actress to embrace rusty hues, opting for a monochromatic makeup look based on bronze and copper tones.
Brie Larson's textured, loose waves were almost wet-looking, giving her a sexier red carpet style than we've come to expect with the actress.
Scarlett Johansson brought a punky insouciance to the red carpet with her razor-sharp pixie ‘do, ear cuffs and girlish pink lip.
Alicia Vikander's messy bun was the perfect antidote to stiff and overly sleek red carpet hairstyles.
Naomie Harris saw red, thanks to a deep rust shade of eyeshadow that was brushed up to her brows for an earthy yet edgy look that perfectly complemented her fashion-forward approach to the evening. Finally,
Ruth Negga pulled off the ultimate beauty coup with her ‘all red everything' approach, throwing a deep crimson lip, a berry-red eye, and ruby-toned accessories into the mix, for a flawless finish.
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