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Welcome To The Oscars - How To Integrate Glamorous Oscar Looks Into Our Everyday Life

March 8, 2018

1. Rita Moreno -  The Hairband.

 

This graceful woman obviously knows what she's doing. She has appeared on the red carpet in the same exact dress she wore in 1962 when she won the coveted statuette. And how did she upgrade the look to make it updated and fresh? That's right, in certain cases one trendy hair accessory it's all you need to be a show stopper. But can it be translated into an everyday look? You'll be the judge! 

 

 

 

 

2. Allison Williams - The 50's Hollywood Glamour.

 

A timeless look that is more than suitable for the red carpet, compliments every woman, glamorous yet very feminine. We also completely in love with the everyday version -  the wavy soft long Bob is a definite win. Don't you think?

 

 

 

 

 

3. Lupita Nyong’o -  The Goddess look. 

 

As we all know Lupita looks amazing with her hair shaved and her makeup bold and colorful but we absolutely adore the new "Egyptian Goddess" style, braided hairdo with more delicate makeup - this girl is on fire! The everyday look is also inspired by a powerful woman character and it looks great, don't you agree?

 

 

 

 

 

 4. Mary J. Blige - The Fancy Pixie 

 

Mary J. Blige is an icon, she reinvents herself throughout her whole career which is certainly admirable and boy, she has outdone herself this time, her haircut is a pure perfection. As for an everyday look? Chic chic chic. Approve?

 

 

 

 

5. Zendaya - The Flashy Bun.

 

 Hair up like a slick bun is always sexy, the neck is shown and the face is open, it's sure and easy recipe for a successful "prestigious ceremony" look. And for every day? A messy bun - classic! Right?

 

 

 

 

Do you have your own interpretations? Show us in a comment below! 

 

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