See it on the red carpet, wear it to work or your next date. These Oscars hairstyles are both glamorous and extremely wearable and easy to do.
We saw a lot of styles that we can actually wear everyday, like middle parts and sleek ponytails. Seriously, all we need is spritz hair and make a clean part with a comb.
For a big party or special date, take a cue from the pretty updos and bouncy blowouts. You can try it with your own curling iron, or book an appointment at a Singapore salon. Either way, see how the celebs chose to keep things lowkey. Soft curls or waves, very natural looking makeup, and all the drama coming from perfect brows and eyeliner. (And maybe one big statement earring or hair accessory.)
Check out these hair inspiration ideas from the 2019 Oscars.
Kate Bosworth’s sleek chignon had fine gold strands woven into it — playing off her gold eyeshadow, dress and accessories. Now that’s a chic, understated way of wearing metallics!
Top model and Revlon spokesperson Ashley Graham’s bun was encircled by small, delicate bows. Add pearls and pinky nude lipstick for instant pretty!
Many celebrities were wearing their hair in sleek middle parts, including Jessica Alba. Just balance your hair with strong brows and extra long, flirty eyelashes.
Emma Stone’s side part, neatly tucked behind her ear, is another sign of the Oscar’s trend towards simple and understated hairstyles. And with such a dramatic gown, she didn’t need a lot of bling on her face. Her makeup and accessories were neat, simple and fresh.
Constance Wu of Crazy Rich Asians wore her hair in a soft, flirty ponytail — proving that you can wear a simple style and still look very glam. The secret: when your hair is low-key, wear one dramatic accessory, like these earrings.
Victoria’s Secret angel Jasmine Tookes paired fierce maroon eyeshadow with a high braided ponytail. BRB, shopping for hair extensions to pull off this low-maintenance, high glam hairstyle.
Zoe Kravitz rocked a French twist. And take notes, ladies: when you’re wearing an updo, give extra attention to your neck and back. Zoe wore a shimmery body oil that showed off her beautiful golden glow.
Emily Ratajkowski’s bangs framed her face. It was still a sleek look, but kept soft, loose and a little more carefree.
The Perfect Blowout
Can we all take a moment to appreciate Kendall Jenner’s perfect hair flip? Save this photo for hair inspiration at your next blowout at your fave Singapore salon.
Jennifer Lopez wore soft waves, perfectly curled at the tips. Her hairstylist Chris Appleton used Color Wow Dream Coat Anti-Humidity Hair Treatment and Color Wow Raise the Root. He blowdried it, parted her hair, then used a curling iron everywhere except the roots. He set with a light hairspray and Color Wow Pop & Lock Treatment for shine.
Adriana Lima epitomized 1940s Hollywood glam, with her soft curls, classic red lip and kitten flick.
Lily Collins actually used fresh flowers for this Oscars hairstyle. But you can find hair clips just like these — and while you’re shopping, stock up on sparkly clips and bows. Hair accessories are a big 2019 hair trend, both on the red carpet and runways.