Oscars 2017: The Three Best Beauty Queens

The Oscars is Hollywood’s most marvelous event and as usual, the beauty looks are immaculate and complex. This year did not disillusion and here we have picked our definitive three most loved looks from the ritzy occasion.

Emma Stone

 

Emma Stone may have brought home the honor for Best Actress at the current year’s Oscars, but at the same time we’re granting her Best Red-Carpet Beauty look. Rachel Goodwin, her long-term make-up specialists, thought back in time at the refined Thirties for aggregate glitz motivation. For the dark red matt lips Rachel utilized NARS Cosmetics Audacious Lipstick in Mona which was then combined with unpretentious smokey eyes for a perfect completing touch. Hairdresser Mara Roszak was then close by to make the tumbling waves that were delightfully cleaned and complimented her flapper-esque Givenchy Haute Couture. Observe, this is the way to shake celebrity central!

Dakota Johnson

The ruler of common beauty Dakota Johnson never neglects to abandon us in wonderment at any celebrity central occasion. A brilliant sparkle enhanced the eye and an unobtrusive touches of mascara and lip-shine were all she should have been looker of the ball. The hair look was made by Mark Townsend, a basic style that encircled the face with the front being maneuvered over into a dazzling bunch bun: rich and refined.

Alicia Vikander 

One of our significant young lady smashes, Alicia Vikander can’t be blamed under any circumstance on the style front. A sheer lip-gleam, cat flick and touches of mascara at the finishes of the lashes were all she required and the beautiful sun kissed tan complimented her Louis Vuitton outfit. For the hair, she picked a high muddled bunch bun by George Northwood, a definitive cool-young lady articulation permitting flyways and wisps to add to her laisses-faire look.

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