Emma Stone was one of the biggest winners on the Oscar’s night. Not only because of her very well deserved award, but also because of her perfect appearance on the red carpet. Emma’s makeup was very 1930 inspired, and believe it or not, is a very easy look to copy at home! We’ll show you the step-by-step process:
HOLLYWOOD, CA – FEBRUARY 26: Actor Emma Stone attends the 89th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 26, 2017 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage)
Start by preparing and moisturizing your face with the Karin Herzog Rose Face Cream 1.7 oz ($69.99) this cream gently removes impurities, curbs excess oil, and eliminates bacteria with a blend of refreshing botanicals. It will also help you to achieve that lit-from-within glow
For the lips, you want to give an outstanding touch to your face by choosing a bold color. For this, you can wear the Jane Iredale Lip Fixation ($24.99) in the tone “Desire” this product gives rich color that is long-lasting. Plus, it contains avocado oil in the lip gloss end helps soothe lips.
Absolutely gorgeous, right? and very easy to copy. Now you’re all set to look as bright as Emma Stone!
J-Law aka Jennifer Lawrence seems to be just about everywhere from dating the lead singer of Coldplay to leading the charge in the Hunger Games and now rocking the red carpet with a Best Actress Nomination for Joy with hair that left us wishing we had the look!
With shoulder length locks with long layers, J-Law’s platinum blonde LOB (long bob) with golden highlights is not hard to achieve with the right products and can go formal or casual for whatever your life requires.
Snag the look by:
Start with straightening shampoos and conditioners.
Blow dry and straighten each strand to complete the look. (Be sure to use a protective oil during straightening process.)
Tease it at the root to get some extra volume and set.
Cate Blanchett – She’s always been a blonde stunner but this short and classy hairstyle finished the Oscar look for Cate Blanchett. Nominated for her role in Carol, the Australian beauty chopped six inches off her blonde tresses that graced her strong jaw-line to create the sexy look that turned heads on the red carpet.
Transform the cool, choppy bob into a sleek, Oscar-quality do with a blow dry, a few curlers for volume and add texture with a texturizing finishing spray.
Rachel McAdams – Nominated for best actress for the movie Spotlight, Rachel McAdams seemed to want to show off as much skin as possible; from her thigh high slit in her deep green gown to her pulled back blonde hair to highlight the skin of her stunning face. Here are the steps to grab the look:
Saoirse Ronan – Nominated for best supporting actress for Brooklyn, Ronan rocked a young and fun blonde style at this year’s Oscar celebration. Smokey eyes and a deep green Calvin Klein dress were complimented by her loose, textured blonde waves. A volumizing mousse and blowout can get you to the 21 year old’s red carpet look.
The 2016 Oscars were full of entertaining glitz, glam and a yearly treat for movie lovers. The blondes that rocked the red carpet turned heads with a variety of styles that are easy to access with affordable products. All these tools and products (and many more) are available from The Beauty Place , the online beauty stop for all your award-winning looks.