Another up-style provides a different perspective on the look. With softly-swept and parted fringe, the look is satiny-smooth, without looking slick or glassy.
Like Ms. Bullock above, Kate’s hair was worn down and polished into clean, soft waves. The look is sultry and glamorous, and speaks to the era of classic beauty and style.
As one of Hollywood’s most accomplished character actresses, Kathy Bates is often overlooked when it comes to beauty. But as a woman who represents the majority of American women in build and bearing, it’s
important to note that beauty doesn’t depend on youth, lack-of-gray, or single-digit dress sizes.
The funny and outspoken Mo’Nique is rarely shy when it comes to expressing herself, and her Oscar Night hairstyle was as clean and sharp as you could ask for. The winner for Best Actress wore a her up-style
sleek, tight and twisted into a clean look that made her looks fabulous.
This Years Runners-Up:
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Here are the looks that – while lovely – weren’t QUITE what they could have been. Let’s take a look at what wasn’t up to par and how to fix it:
The talented and oft-nominated Meryl Streep always looks lovely, and this year was no exception. My only complaint was that I wanted to see her look a little more “coiffed”. It looks as though her style was
starting to wear down before the night even got started.
The ethereally beautiful Ms. Seyfried has it all, porcelain complexion, glamourous gown, and sleek, stylish hair. The look is simple and classic. I just think it’s a little TOO simple. I would love to see a
little more elaboration in the style. Maybe a small spray of curls, or some jeweled ornamentation.