The Oscars 2017 - My favourite Beauty and Hair

Hi guys :)

Here I am ^^ Back again with the 2017 Oscars

After the "Oscars 2017  - My favourite Looks from the Red Carpet" and the "The Oscars 2017  - After Parties" posts here is the last one for this year :)

My favourite Beauty and Hair Looks
Here they are :) in absolutely now particular order

Amy Adams
Pure Hollywood glam with her amazing soft curles.
Her makeup artist Stephen Solitto mixed Tom Ford's Lipstick in Bruised Plum with the Tom Ford Soleil Lip Foil 
in Venus Rising to create a lovely natural look.


Charlize Theron
wore her hair in a low ponytail with her fringe swept over to one side. 
Her make-up was comparatively simple, to let her dramatic diamond earrings do the talking.

Lily Collins
She perfectly channeled Old Hollywood in a curled-in retro hair, and her sanguine red lip, 
while her negative space liner added an unexpected, current twist.

Demi Lovato
Bedhead waves, parted in the center, paired with a super-smoky eye as the focal point. 
Soft apricot tones on her lips and cheeks balanced the dramatic look, and added a touch of warmth.

Nina Dobrev
Her layered bob looked so cool with a deep side part, and airy waves. 
To keep all the focus on that statement winged liner the rest of her makeup remained pretty neutral.
I love that matte purple mauvy pink lip.

Kate Beckinsale
To one side of her updo fell lovely fluffy ringlets, slightly covering one eye. 
And that glossy melony lip played perfectly against her sheer, petal pink blush.

Brie Larson
Hair in nice curls swept over to one side and a bright, matte orange-red Nars lipstick
- a gorgeous look.

Alicia Vikander
Bronzed skin, feline eyeliner flicks and a high bun made her look. 
Paired with classic diamonds the cool vibe of hair and makeup get red carpet ready.

Emily Ratajkowski
That statement eyeshadow combined with the mirror-like finish of her silver gown was a perfect match 
created by her make up artist Hung Vanngo. He used the Marc Jacobs Beauty shadow palettes in both Starlet 204 and Vamp 208. 
"The look complements rather than competes with the dress,” Vanngo says. 

Kirsten Dunst
A tousled up-do, soft smoky eyes and classic red lipstick made-up her look perfect.

Chrissy Teigen
She wore her hair in a centre-parted up-do, whilst her make-up focused on brown, nude and bronze tones.
"Right when I saw the white dress, I immediately thought: soft, sexy, bronze and nude colors, but with more of a golden undertone,
in honor of the Oscars of course," explains her makeup artist Mary Phillips.

Emma Roberts
Matt scarlet lips and a auburn hair hue were the focal points of her red-carpet look. 
Charlotte Tilbury gave her a blue-red matte lip and a swept bronze shadow on the lids. 
A classic bombshell look with Jessica Rabbit vibes on the Oscars red carpet.

Reese Witherspoon
Picking up pewter and noir hints from her dress, makeup artist Molly R. Stern created a metallic smoky eye, with a subtle wing and a soft-focus finish, preventing the shape from appearing too severe. Peach tones on her lips and cheeks enhanced her already-glowing complexion.

Emma Stone
Her hair in side-swept old Hollywood curls complemented by matte rose-red lipstick 
and shimmering eyeshadow. Pairing head-to-toe gold - a winning combination.

Felicity Jones
She paired a coral lipstick with feline eyeliner flicks and a pretty half-up-half-down hairstyle.

Halle Berry 
She kept her make-up simple, wearing her hair in fluffy, big, bouncy, asymmetrical voluminous ringlets.

Janelle Monáe
A jewelled hairband and bronze-toned make-up were the ideal accompaniments to the Elie Saab gown.
Cropped hair, metallic shadow, and strong brows stole the show.

Jessica Biel
"For Jessica's hair, I took inspiration from various cultures, from hieroglyphics of an Egyptian goddess to (...) photos of traditional geishas,"
says hairstylist Adir Abergel. 
The style was complemented with graphic cat eyes and a dusting of orange shadow on the lids.

Olivia Munn
A few face-framing wisps fell out from the low ponytail, while her velvety lip perfecty matched her red gown.

Karlie Kloss
Makeup artist Hung Vanngo used pink blush on her cheeks and a rich orange-red lipstick. 
She wore her blonde hair in soft pin curls, side parted and paired with glowing skin.

Katie Perry
She gave her platinum bob a super straight texture, and mirrored her warm bronze smoky eye with a coraly nude lip.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
That “pregnancy glow” is real and her super radiant complexion is the evidence. 
She complemented her statement nude-pink lip with a soft winged liner and a shiny bun.

Vanessa Hudgens
She kept her lower lash line bare to make that thick Winehouse-esque cat eye look even more dramatic. 
She wore her hair in a low chignon, complemented by a precise center-part.

Michelle Williams
She let her ultra-short platinum crop do the talking, sticking to flattering rose tones and lovely, long lashes.

Taraji P Henson
A full bombshell effect offset by a blow-dried bob with illuminated skin, a metallic smoky eye make-up and muted magenta lipstick.

Salma Hayek
loose waves with a jewelled headband, amethyst-toned eye make-up and feline flicks - a lovely warm look.

Rooney Mara
In true Rooney Mara fashion, her makeup artist Kate Lee paired minimal eye makeup, subtle contouring on her cheeks, 
and a signature crimson lipstick.

Scarlett Johansson
Inspired by rockabilly her Makeup artist Frankie Boyd used NARS products to give her a makeup look that's "clean, beautiful and not too overdone." 
A chic Gold-toned eye make-up and pink lipstick offset her short crop on the red carpet. Bright, blushed, and glowing all over.

Sofia Carson
A red lip and sparkly accessory are a timeless combination.

Ruth Negga
Her make-up was perfectly coordinated her make up with her red Valentino gown and the headpiece by Irene Neuwirth.
Makeup artist Mélanie Inglessis used Chanel's Le Rouge Collection to create Negga's burgundy eye and wine lip, 
while hairstylist Vernon François raked her hair back in tousled fashion, topping things off with a deep red hair piece.

Olivia Culpo
Makeup artist Sir John smoked out Culpo's eyes with a lavender shadow shade while 
hairstylist Justine Marjan gave her a deep side parting with slicked statement wisps.

Sarah Paulson
Her brunette bob was slicked back on one side, and curled out on the other.
Her winged smoky eye was so perfectly blended. 

Thandie Newton
Her makeup artist Jo Strettell worked with the bold colors of her gown, and contrasted the bright pink sequins
with Charlotte Tilbury's aquamarine-toned cream shadow in Cleopatra.
A perfect balance between bold and neutral.

What do you think?
Which one is your favourite look?
I love them all and cant wait to recreate some of these :)
Let me know which ones you´d like to see - also as an video ^^

With lots of love

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