And The Award Goes To...
In case you missed it, the 90th Annual Academy Awards red carpet was just as epic as the ceremony. With laced braids, regal headdresses, and metallic hair tattoos - Celebrities did not hold back.
Our very own Margot Robbie even got a haircut! And with Time magazine naming her as one of the 100 most influential people in the world and Forbes featuring her in their 30 under 30 list we are seriously going to start paying more attention to this Queenslander.
This year's style dial was turned up to maximum capacity, with Black Panther's fearless warrior Danai Gurira arriving in a stylish shaved hairdo that was accented with temporary white hair dye. Whilst her Black Panther co-star Lupita Nyong'o serving a different sort of hair excitement with a golden hair ornament.
But what's the Oscars without Jane Fonda? The Barbarella star did not disappoint this year with an amazingly youthful appearance for her congratulatory 80 years! Can we just say wow! The two times Academy Award winner dazzled in a white gown by designer Olivier Rousteing with pearl detail, which showed her amazing physique in the skin-tight dress, with elegant sleeves and dramatic shoulder pads.
Jennifer Lawrence is always guaranteed to turn heads on the red carpet thanks to her relaxed yet glam style. And she didn't disappoint on Sunday night. Her beach inspired waves brought a touch of chilled Melbourne style to the entertainment world's biggest event. If you'd like to try recreating her look at home then you're in luck. Here's how:
Step 1: Prep the hair by spritzing Evo Mr Fantastic spray through the roots and mid-lengths, then mist lightly through the ends for extra volume. Blow dry roughly to remove the dampness.
Step 2: Create a centre part.
Step 3: Divide the hair into horizontal sections, starting at the back. Then curl each section using a straightening iron. Alternate between traditonal curls and flat wave curls (where the hair is twisted into an 'S' shape and held between the tongs). Repeat all over.
Step 4: Massage the roots to soften the texture whilst maintaining definition. Use a small paddle brush to soften the texture at the ends.