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Celebrity Hair Trends from the 2018 Oscars

The Oscars are always a time of beauty, this year was no different. We saw stars taking more risks and having more fun with their hair and makeup than we've seen in a while. As usual Jennifer Lawrence, Margot Robbie and Emma Stone set trends that we will be seeing throughout the year. The hairstyles were more amazing and creative than ever before. Below, we discuss and give how to guides on these glamorous hairstyles that you may want to try. Trends have been set, so do not get left behind.

Side Part
Side Part

Side Part

Countless celebrities show up to awards shows wearing this look, and considering it’s flattering and easy to create on every hair length, we really don’t blame them. Side parts flatter your features. If you want to show off your eyes, create your part at the highest point at the arch of your brows. This will draw attention to that general area, as well as add intensity to your makeup. Side parts are also seen as accessories themselves. While this style goes with everything from ponytails to updos, waves take the cake.
A side part with glamorous cascading waves is timeless and looks great on everyone. Don’t be shy to try this trend. It is a great look for women who want to have a romantic look or show off their long locks. Emma Stone definitely turned heads as she stepped onto the red carpet at the 2018 Oscars. Her golden strawberry-tinted strands are worn in a sleek deep side part, with one side tucked behind her right ear to show off her bold earrings. We're definitely going to be taking this ultra-chic, classic deep side part hairstyle into spring and beyond.

Super Soft Waves
Super Soft Waves

Super Soft Waves

During the 2018 Oscars, Jennifer Lawrence certainly brought back all that '90s goodness from the dead. Her hair was waved to perfection for the Awards, but it doesn't appear to be the wanded waves stars usually rock in this decade. Lawrence's waves were tighter and more uniform, yet still completely stunning. They were an example of modern crimping artistry at its finest. Here are a few steps you can follow to get this stunning look. Prep your hair by spritzing a root lift spray through the roots, then mist lightly through the mid lengths to the ends for extra volume. Use a curl holding spray through the mid lengths and the ends to help hold the texture. Create a centre parting down the middle. Divide the hair into horizontal sections, starting at the back. Then curl each section using a hair iron and repeat all over. Massage the roots to soften the texture whilst maintaining definition. Lastly, use a narrow dressing brush to soften the texture at the ends. There you have it. You cannot afford to miss out on this trend!

Vintage Wavy Bob
Vintage Wavy Bob

Vintage Wavy Bob

Margot Robbie definitely looked stunning during the Oscars. Her wavy bob turned heads and she certainly was one of our favourites when it came to hairstyles. We are going to see more and more of this hairstyle in 2018. The good thing is you can rock this style for any occasion. If you want to try it, here are a few steps you need to take. Start by blow drying your hair straight so that you do not add volume to your hair but to create a smooth, sleek blow-out as the base of the look. Using a flat iron, create bends in the hair to create a body wave. First bend it in one direction, let it set, then bend the opposite direction and hold. Use your fingers to cradle the wave and encourage the shape. Maintain a similar pattern throughout the hair, leaving slight variations for a more slept-in feeling. Keep the crown or top of the hair sleek to prevent volume. Do the section closest to your face last. Make sure the bend is angled more toward your face for a polished look. Start the bend at the jawline near the ear to avoid any added volume or texture. Apply dry texture spray mostly on roots and a little on the ends. Use hair oil hairspray, which has Argan oil for that added sheen, at a downward angle and apply to avoid fly-away. Rake a light oil treatment through hair to soften waves.

Hair Ribbons
Hair Ribbons

Hair Ribbons

Emily Ratajowski was probably the most relaxed celebrity on the red carpet that night. Her hair and makeup looked effortless, which complimented her overall look. The model wore her hair in a loose side ponytail, with a red ribbon holding her brunette locks back. We regularly fall in love with hair and makeup looks that are pretty much impossible to replicate. This one is for everyone, no excuses! Here is some red-carpet inspo. One standout style that keeps popping up this season is actually doable: a bit of ribbon as a finishing touch is all you need. From the Golden Globes to the Oscars, celebrities have been putting bows on everyday looks—ponytails, buns, updos, you name it. The result? Instant glam. Ribbons are making a comeback because they're such an easy way of updating your ponytail. Black is a chic colour. It signifies strength, which is so important right now, but it's also still very feminine. Ribbon, velvet, leather, even the ties from old gift wrapping will do the trick. If your go-to hairstyle is a ponytail then pop a ribbon around your hair tie (keeping the tails of the bow long for dramatic effect) and call it a day. Boom: You're out the door in a flash and look flawless.