Glamor has not said its last word. This April 25, the 93rd Oscars ceremony will reward the film industry in Los Angeles. The opportunity for the stars to walk the red carpet again and above all, to make our dream. On the program: princess dresses, original make-up and above all, dazzling hairstyles which very often signify the trends of tomorrow. Review of details.
To your dryers, brushes, and hairpins! It is always a great rendezvous for glamor and this is what we needed to find inspiration after more than a year of pandemic and the 2021 editions of the César and the Bafta Awards: on the night of this April 25, the 93rd Oscars ceremony, organized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, will reward in Los Angeles the films released as best they can in 2020. Health precautions oblige, the celebrities will meet at Union Station, station history of the City of Angels. The Dolby Theater, where the ceremony is usually held, will broadcast the live musical performances.
Much awaited this year because nominated in the categories best actress or best actress in a supporting role: Viola Davis, Billie Holiday, Vanessa Kirby, Frances McDormand, Carey Mulligan or Glenn Close, Olivia Colman, Amanda Seyfried. Faithful to the ceremony, Regina King, Laura Dern, Angela Bassett, Halle Berry, Renée Zellweger, Reese Witherspoon, or even the inspiring Zendaya is also announced.
With such a diversity of stars - some of them not very cautious when it comes to coloring or other hair experiments - we can't wait to discover the sublime hairstyles that Hollywood hair artists will create! As a foretaste, we invite you to rediscover the most beautiful hair creations of the last 25 years such as the braided bun of Jessica Alba in 2008, the high ponytail of Reese Witherspoon in 2011, or even the dreadlocks of Zendaya in 2015, without forgetting Lady Gaga's banana bun in 2019 and Salma Hayek's Greek goddess bun in 2020. So many looks that were well worth... an Oscar for the best hairstyle!
An asymmetrical vaporous white dress signed Gucci, and a high bun sublimated by a piece of high jewelry, the "bay leaf" necklace from the Boucheron house. Salma Hayek's Greek goddess look made an impression at the 92nd Academy Awards in 2020. Mythical!
Salma Hayek wearing a high twisted bun, enhanced with the "bay leaf" necklace from the Boucheron house, used here in a tiara. A goddess look that we owe to hairstylist Jennifer Yepez.
Lucy Boynton in her short wavy bob, accessorized with a beaded parting, during the arrivals photocall for the 92nd Oscars 2020.
Lucy Boynton wearing a wavy bob adorned with pearly pearls arrives on the arm of her companion actor Rami Malek at the 2020 Oscars photocall.
Lady Gaga opted for a wiser-than-usual look, with a twisted platinum blonde banana bun, during the 2019 Oscars ceremony.
Lady Gaga in her sleek and chic banana bun during the photocall for the 91st Oscars 2019 in Los Angeles, February 24, 2019.
Angela Bassett, who was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress in 1994 for her role in the musical biopic "Tina" looked stunning at the 2019 Oscars photocall. The 62-year-old actress wore a wavy ponytail at dizzying length.
Angela Bassett alongside Javier Bardem backstage at the 91st Academy Awards in Los Angeles, February 24, 2019. Dressed in a fuchsia asymmetric dress by Reem Acra, the actress stands out with her gorgeous extra long low ponytail.
Ultra short hair embellished with a banana effect brushing, a daring beauty for Scarlett Johansson. The rockabilly chic touch of the 2017 Oscars.
Scarlett Johansson in her rock and glamorous pixie cut, embellished with a banana effect brushing, at the 89th Academy Awards in Hollywood on February 26, 2017.
Singer and actress Janelle Monae, in a gorgeous semi-sheer embroidered Elie Saab dress, adorn her pixie hairstyle with a thin golden tiara from New York designer Jennifer Behr.
Janelle Monae, in an Elie Saab dress and hairstyle accessorized with a golden headband, signed Jennifer Behr, to complete her royal look on the red carpet of the Oscars 2017.
Swedish actress Alicia Vikander opts for the simplicity of an elegant half-bun, which sublimates her beautiful hazel-colored lengths, during the 2016 Oscars ceremony.
Alicia Vikander, wearing an elegant half-bun, leaves the press room after receiving the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for the film "The Danish Girl" on February 28, 2016.
The young actress Zendaya Coleman, wearing a white satin dress signed Vivienne Westwood and wearing long dreadlocks, on the red carpet of the Oscars 2015. A ravishing beauty that has become cult, and which inspired a Barbie doll in her effigy.
Zendaya Coleman in dreadlocks on the red carpet at the 87th Academy Awards in Hollywood on February 22, 2015.
Like many other stars, the actress, Oscar winner in 2016 for "La La Land", gave in to the fashion of the wob, the wavy square she chooses for her red carpet look at the 2015 ceremony.
Emma Stone wearing a wob, a short, plunging, and wavy bob, which gives the actress an air of heroine of films of the 20s.
Dressed in a metallic Vera Wang gown and styled in a simple low crimped ponytail for volume: Emma Watson's rocky and stylish makeover at the 2014 Oscars.
Emma Watson in her basic back parting ponytail at the 86th Academy Awards in Hollywood on March 2, 2014.
For her first appearance on the red carpet at the Oscars in 2014, actress Lupita Nyong'o opted for the simplicity of a sky blue Prada dress and a short hairstyle, adorned with a delicate gold head jewel.
Lupita Nyong'o and her gold head jewel signed by New York jeweler Fred Leighton awarded the Oscar for best actress in a supporting role for "12 years a slave".
Rewarded by the Oscar for best actress in a supporting role for her interpretation of Fantine in the adaptation of "Miserable", the actress had adopted a boyish cut with long bangs, during the 2013 Oscars ceremony.
The short boyish cut chosen by Anne Hathaway to walk the red carpet of the Oscars in 2013 gives the actress a mischievous air that suits her perfectly.
Jessica Chastain in her glamorous curly lengths at the 85th Academy Awards in Hollywood on February 24, 2013.
Jessica Chastain wearing a side parting and sublime soft curls for a very glamorous look, on the red carpet of the 85th Oscars ceremony in Los Angeles in 2013.
In her blue off-the-shoulder Armani Privé chiffon dress, and wearing a resolutely retro curly bob, the beautiful Iberian breathes a breath of nostalgia on the red carpet of the 2012 Oscars.
Penelope Cruz and her square with elegant retro curls, a beauty, and a 50's look of absolute class.
The sparkling blonde, awarded in 2006 for her performance in the biopic "Walk The Line", marked the spirits with this high maxi volume ponytail, during the Oscars ceremony in 2011.
The actress Reese Witherspoon walked the red carpet of the Oscars in 2011 in a sheath dress and wearing a high ponytail with 60's accents, for an ultra-glamorous effect.
Two years before being Oscar winner for her role in "Happiness Therapy", Jennifer Lawrence received her first Oscar nomination in 2011 for her performance in "Winter's Bone". She appears very glamorous on the red carpet, her long blonde hair loose and brushed to perfection.
Jennifer Lawrence and her femme fatale look at the 2011 Oscars ceremony: a long red dress close to the body signed by Ralph Lauren and her long blonde hair styled in a very Hollywood brushing.
Sarah Jessica Parker's sublime curly brushing with copper highlights proves that the interpreter of the cult Carrie Bradshaw remains a reference in terms of style.
Christian Dior Couture ball gown and glossy curls cascading over her bare shoulders, Sarah Jessica Parker walks the red carpet at the Oscars as a princess escaped from a fairy tale.
The French actress rewarded for having transformed into Edith Piaf in "La Môme" in 2008, had enchanted the ceremony with a side hair which highlights her beautiful dark chestnut waves.
Mermaid dress by Jean-Paul Gaultier, glossy lipstick, and side hair that magnifies a cascade of chestnut curls: Marion Cotillard is indeed the star of the 2008 Oscars ceremony.
Jessica Alba in her low bun decorated with a braid all smiles as she arrives at the 2008 Academy Awards.
Jessica Alba, then pregnant with her first child, radiant on the red carpet at the Oscars in 2008. The actress opted for a bun hairstyle embellished with a braid.
The magnetic beauty of actress Uma Thurman, wearing a bohemian-style fuzzy bun at the 2006 Academy Awards.
Uma Thurman and her loose bun for a romantic and bohemian effect, at the 2006 Oscars ceremony.
Very elegant in a vintage olive green dress signed by Jean Dessès, Jennifer Lopez opts for a classic and chic beauty: a smooth twisted bun.
Jennifer Lopez on the red carpet at the 2006 Academy Awards, wearing a sleek bun tied in an impressive twist.
In 2006, actress Michelle Williams won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for "The Secret of Brokeback Mountain". She appears on the red carpet wearing a low fuzzy bun that looks romantic.
Michelle Williams and her loose bun, in a canary yellow dress designed by Vera Wang, when she arrived at the Oscars ceremony in 2006.
Star hairstylist Marc Townsend used a vintage bracelet to enhance the ravishing actress's classic bun. Guaranteed effect on the red carpet of the Oscars in 2005.
The vintage bracelet that acts as a tiara, to enhance Natalie Portman's classic bun, gives the actress the look of a princess on the red carpet at the 2005 Oscars.
The South African actress was awarded at the 76th Academy Awards in 2004 for her metamorphosis in the movie "Monster". Bright, she was styled to receive her trophy with a short, notched 20s-style bob.
Charlize Theron, wearing an elegant short notched bob, all smiles receiving the Oscar for best actress in 2004, for her role in "Monster".
Awarded the Oscar for best actress in 2002 for the film "In the shadow of hate", the actress Halle Berry also won all the votes for her beauty. Pixie cut, nude gloss, and transparent dress signed Elie Saab, a flawless that leaves us speechless.
Halle Berry wearing a pixie cut and dressed in a transparent dress signed by Elie Saab, on her arrival on the red carpet at the Oscars 2002.
The "funny lady" with the devastating smile dares a casual look, her wavy hair pulled up in a small fuzzy bun.
An Emanuel Ungaro long floral dress, accessorized with a jeweled belt, and a messy hairstyle: the bohemian look of actress Cameron Diaz on the red carpet at the Oscars in 2002.
Awarded the Oscar for Best Actress for her role in "Erin Brockovich, Alone Against All", the star appeared wearing an impressive banana bun, classic and elegant.
Wearing a magnificent double effect maxi volume bun, the actress shines out of the press room, after winning the statuette for best actress for her role of Erin Brockovich.
Raven black hair and XL lengths, Angelina Jolie was the perfect embodiment of the neo-gothic woman when she received the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress (for the film "A Stolen Life") in 2000.
Angelina Jolie put on a total black look of neo-gothic inspiration for the Oscars ceremony in 2000.
The star of the Netflix series "Stranger Things" was one of the iconic actresses of the 1990s. Her cropped notched cut with retro accents has a timeless elegance.
The actress in a total look of the 20s at the Oscars ceremony in 1996.
On the red carpet of the Oscars in 1992, the actress opts for a short haircut with vintage waves reminiscent of the golden age of Hollywood.
Demi Moore, very glamorous on the red carpet of the 1992 Oscars ceremony.