Oscar’s Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

While waiting for the 2014 Oscars, we present you some of the best and the worst beauty looks we saw on the red carpet at the past Academy Awards.

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Oscar’s Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

We start from a premise . The Academy Awards, known to most as the Oscars, are among the oldest and most important film awards ever. Speaking in numbers: the first ceremony held in 1929 and doing a quick calculation, it was eighty-five years ago. In this times a lot of awards went to the most talented stars and film makers, and a lot of red carpet moments made history.

This means that , under the watchful eye of the cameras , a multitude of celebrities have tried to show off their best style ever . In all this years they were many unforgettable looks on the red carpet as well as many marched : epic fail .

But let’s start with those who at the Oscar’s has shown great savoir faire . At the Academy Awards in 2013 , for example , Anne Hathaway and Jennifer Lawrence sported a beauty look that rise to the occasion.The first , a sophisticated  short hairdo and Old Hollywood style for the second , have in fact turned out to be a winner . Same script for Charlize Theron who , in 2004 , accepted the statuette for best actress for the film Monster : so horrible on film , so beautiful on the red carpet . Thanks also to her blond waves à la Marilyn Monroe and chocolate smokey eyes.

 

Beautiful and unforgettable also Michelle Williams ( with a soft hairstyle and red lipstick at the Oscars 2006) Jessica Alba (with a romantic loop of hair at the 2008 Oscars ) and Marion Cotillard (which matched her mermaid dress by Gaultier with a super feminine make up characterized by red lips and shimmer eye again in 2008).

Well, let’s move on to those who have had some appearances less worthy for such an event . If for Cher any comment is useless, more shocking are the lapses committed by celebrities who usually don’t get it wrong.Some examples? Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie ,here especially the latter certainly didn’t give her best showing in 2000, with her long dark hair and very white skin worthy of a true Morticia Adams. In a word , creepy .

Special mention for the hair , in chronological order, in 2001, Kate Hudson , Jennifer Lopez in 2002 and Scarlett Johansson in 2005. On the look of Celine Dion at the Oscars in 1999 ,as on that of Cher, we prefer not to comment.

BEST BEAUTY LOOKS :

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Cate Blanchett, 2011

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Actress Jennifer Lawrence, 2013

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Actress Jennifer Lawrence, 2013

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Actress Anne Hathaway, 2013

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Actress Charlize Theron ,2004

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Actress Michelle Williams, 2006

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Actress Penelope Cruz, 2007

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Actress Jessica Alba, 2008

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Actress Amy Adams, 2008

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Marion Cotillard, 2008

WORST BEAUTY LOOKS :

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Angelina Jolie, 2000

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Jennifer Lopez, 2004

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Kate Hudson, 2001

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Nicole Kidman, 2004

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Gwyneth Paltrow , 2002

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Celine Dion, 1999

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Cher ,2000

Oscar's Beauty Looks : The Best and The Worst

Scarlett Johansson, 2005

 

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