Monday, March 3, 2014

Beauty Buzz : The Oscars Best

I posted earlier about my favourite Oscar looks but there were some definite beauty trends emerging that need addressing. I mentioned earlier that I am no expert on fashion and the same can be said for beauty, however I can identify and do appreciate when a trend is on point or a look is flawless. Also, lucky for me there are various fashion and beauty blogs out there that I follow to keep me on the right track. My humble observations in terms of Oscar Beauty are as follows, the side part and ear tuck seems to have replaced the ballet bun and the look is both glamorous and classic. Red Lips have been replaced by coral and orangish shades while smokey eyes, and natural makeup remain as a Red Carpet beauty staple for many. See more Oscar beauty news on Vogue
Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett sporting loose curls and the ever popular side part and ear tuck "look".



Lupita Nyong'o and Jennifer Lawrence rocking different hues of coral (ish) colour on the lips. 

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Penelope Cruz stunning smokey eye elevated her look while Charlize Theron proved that natural is beautiful with this fresh faced look. 

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