These red carpet hairstyle trends are getting relevant now...
As every year, stars and fans were looking forward to what is probably the most glamorous event in the film industry on Sunday, the Oscars in Los Angeles, which could finally take place again in the usual setting after two years of corona-related replacement events. And so the night from March 27th to March 28th, 2022 was turned into day and with carefully selected clothes, accessories, and hairstyles, first in the Dolby Theater and then at the hottest after-parties, we celebrated and celebrated extensively. In the following, we reveal which stars wore the most beautiful hairstyle trends at the Oscars 2022 and which tricks are best used to recreate them.
A star look that will definitely stick in your memory from Oscar night is Naomi Scott's Sleeky Blunt Bob with a side parting. Clean, calm, and modern, not only the hairstyle but also the flawless complexion and the sharply cut Fendi robe radiated equal poise and glamour. A look that will undoubtedly become one of the most copied of the season.
Tip: Smoothing care and styling textures are helpful to ensure that nothing frizzles or steps out of line. For a sleek hairstyle with an outward curve like Naomi Scott's, it's best to use a straightening iron. Finally, fix everything with shine-enhancing hairspray.
Micro bangs give every hairstyle that certain something, they always look modern, sometimes idiosyncratic to the point of provocative, and (to be honest) they don't suit everyone. Zoe Kravitz does! She pulled off a surprisingly romantic look by pairing baby bangs gently plucked across her forehead with a tightly tied updo and a pale pink silk taffeta dress by Saint Laurent. An iconic Oscar look that turned the Batman star into an Audrey Hepburn lookalike.
Tip: First comb the bangs over your forehead and shape them, then comb the rest of your hair tightly back, twist it into a tight bun and pin it invisibly with hair clips. Finish off by misting with an extra-strength hold hairspray.
A popular hairstyle trend, which looks as elegant as it is youthful for a photo op on the red carpet and is extremely practical later on the dance floor, is a high-tied ponytail that falls in soft waves over the shoulder like on Oscar winner Jessica Chastain.
Tip: Tie a ponytail as usual and wrap it with a strand of hair or a fake hairband. Then gently push the hair up and lift it at the roots with the palm of your hand so that the hairstyle later looks less severe and softly frames the face. Finally, twist the lengths and tips of the braid into soft waves using a straightening iron or curling iron, gently twist them together with your fingers and place them over your shoulder.
If you look closely, you will quickly see that Kristen Stewart's hair is not cut in a multi-layered wolf cut, but rather in a wavy long bob. And yet the Chanel testimonial succeeds in styling with a rock 'n' roll feeling by laying the blond-streaked waves wildly and tousled over just one side.
Tip: After washing, knead a volume mousse into the hair and then blow-dry upside down with a diffuser attachment. No more brushing, but plucking into shape with spread fingers. If necessary, fix it invisibly behind one ear with some hair gel or hairpins.
A hair color variant that is considered a popular trend in spring 2022 (thanks, among other things, to stars like Hailey Bieber) and lets brown hair shine preciously in the lengths and tips as if it were coated with golden honey is Golden Brown Hair. Copied to perfection in color, style, and smile by Jessica Serfaty and effortlessly worn open on Oscar night.
Tip: Semi-permanent glow masks immediately give brown hair a smooth shine and golden light reflections! The French Balayage coloring technique is also suitable for the 2022 hairstyle trend, in which the lengths and tips are gold-plated, but the roots are left natural.