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Inspiring Spring Hair Styles at the Oscar Awards

Hair Styles at the Oscar Awards
Jessica Chastain with her reddish golden hair makes us look forward to spring. For the Oscar awards she gathered part of her wavy hair in a loose updo
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The Oscar awards come at a perfect time right between the year-end holidays and early spring. Soon spring will be here with its bright colours and happy seasonal changes. In eager anticipation we can’t wait for spring to arrive and are inspired to be a step ahead of the seasonal change with new hairdos and fashions. Watching the stars at the Oscar awards is one terrific way to find a new hair style for spring. We show you the hair styles, which intrigued us at the Oscar awards and hope you find inspiration for your new spring look

  • Every February, the entertainment and fashion world looks to the Oscar Awards in California. This is the time when the outfits and hair styles of stars and celebrities are newsworthy. This year, feminine hair styles with alluring lustre matched the breathtakingly beautiful gowns.

  • Hair Styles at the Oscar Awards Inspire Early Anticipation of Spring

    Everyone likes to wear hair styles, which make us feel special and on top of the world. There is Jessica Chastain’s hair style at the Oscar awards for example. Her soft waves with the warm reddish golden sheen were partly pulled up to a casual yet elegant updo. Her light-hearted looks expressed so much nonchalant ease that it caused quite a bit of excited elation. Still, her shimmering hair had just enough elegance to complement her gorgeous gown.

    Rose Byrnes' bob also appeared very exhilarating to us. The Australian actress added a straight side parting to the classic hair style, and the long dense fringes fall from the crown of her head straight over the eyebrows.
    Gwyneth Paltrow appeared at the Oscar awards with her sleek blonde hair gathered with a thin scrunchy to a low ponytail. She brushed her side hair back behind her ears to give her practical hair style a glamorous note.

    With her role in David Fincher's remake of the thriller 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' actress Mara Rooney found herself catapulted to the top of the movie scene. Today, she is a well-known star. Her distinguishing feature is her black hair with the straight accurate fringes. This was also her hair style at this year’s Oscar Awards in Los Angeles. Her hair was gathered to an austere ponytail in the back of her head and folded to a loop.

    January Jones opted for finger waves in the 1920s style at the Oscar awards. We are looking forward to seeing this style often this spring.

    In our gallery, we show you five of the hair styles, which we have seen and admired at the Oscar Awards. Of course, we also tell you how you can adopt these styles for your own new spring hairdo.

  • Hair Styles as Seen at the Oscar Awards with Styling Instructions

    Hair Styles at the Oscar Awards: Rose Byrne

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    Hair Styles at the Oscar Awards: Rose Byrne

    After shampooing work volumising mousse through your hair. Now blow-dry your hair while pulling it over a round brush. Use a comb to create a straight side parting near the crown of your head. From the centre of your head comb you fringes straight down into your face. Use a flat iron to turn your hair under and apply some hair spray for a finishing touch

       

    Hair Styles at the Oscar Awards: Jessica Chastain

    After shampooing work volumising mousse through your hair and blow-dry it. Then use a large-diameter curling iron to roll up the long ends of your hair. This produces large waves. Don’t brush these waves but simply use a trace of wax to shape the long strands. Now part your hair in the middle and loosely pin up the long strands of covering hair high in the back of your head using a hair slide. You may like to first tease the hair near the crown of your head to create more volume. Apply hair spray for hold and more shine. On either side of your face pull a strand of hair out of the updo and allow it to casually fall into your face

    Hair Styles at the Oscar Awards: January Jones

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    Hair Styles at the Oscar Awards: January Jones

    January Jones wears finger waves (water waves) in the 1920s style. Work volumising mousse through your hair before blow-drying it. Stop blow-drying while your hair is still damp. Then push wave clips into your still warm hair and blow-dry it completely. Allow your hair to cool before removing the wave clips. Finally, apply hair spray for more hold

    Hair Styles at the Oscar Awards: Gwyneth Paltrow

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    Hair Styles at the Oscar Awards: Gwyneth Paltrow

    This ponytail variation looks sleek but not austere! After shampooing blow-dry your hair until it is smooth and straight. (You may decide to use a flat iron for good measure.) To keep your hair smooth and straight for up to ten shampoos apply a straightening serum to your towel-dry hair and comb it straight. Allow the serum to work on your hair for twenty minutes and rinse it out using lukewarm water. Apply sealer and leave it in your hair for ten minutes, while combing your hair straight once or twice. Afterward, blow-dry your hair while pulling it over a round brush. Create a side parting and push your side hair behind your ears. Now use a scrunchy to gather your hair in the neck to a loose low ponytail. Distribute a trace of hair wax in the palms of your hand and finally stroke over your hair from the parting to the end of the ponytail