This year’s Academy Awards saw plenty of beautiful hair and make-up looks to inspire you this autumn/winter. Here’s MiNDFOOD STYLE’s selection of the top looks seen at the Oscars 2015, and our favourite products for replicating them.
Key trends: side-swept hair, 60s make-up, berry lips, tousled waves, red hair colour, and glowing skin.
Keira Knightley, face of Coco Mademoiselle & Rouge Coco prepares for the red carpet. Seen here having Chanel Rouge Coco in Legende applied.
Keira Knightley shows fresh skin and on-trend berry lips. She wears Chanel Perfection Lumiere Velvet N12, Ombre Essentielle in Hasard, and Rouge Coco Legende
Chanel Rouge Coco Legende
Diane Kruger shows side-swept hair with loose movement. Picture courtesy of Alberto E. Rodriguezat Getty Images
Diane Kruger’s hair was styled by celebrity hairstylist Adir Abergel for Moroccanoil. Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse was first added from roots to ends.
After rough drying and curling small sections of Diane Kruger’s hair, stylist Adir Abergel then added Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Strong to set the look, before pulling the hair to a side ponytail.
SKII global ambassador Cate Blanchett has her skin prepared pre-oscars with SK-II Mid-Day Miracle Essence.
“Last year at the Academy Awards, I decanted a bottle of Facial Treatment Essence into a spray bottle to keep my make-up fresh and skin hydrated. This year, SK-II made sure I was well prepared with the launch of my new favourite handbag product, SK-II Mid-Day Miracle Essence,” says Cate Blanchett.
Suki Waterhouse shows one of the key trends for autumn/winter: 60s make-up. Winged eyeliner is paired with pale lips, using Burberry make-up.
Burberry Kisses in Tulip Pink No.09 as seen on Suki Waterhouse at this year’s Oscars.
Naomi Watts showed loose tousled hair at its best, with waves that were relaxed but beautifully poilished.
To recreate Naomi Watts look, JOICO Power Whip Whipped Foam is great for adding from root to tip to give lift and body.
Complete the Naomi Watts look by using a curling iron on small sections of the hair, then adding JOICO Matte Grip throughout the hair for a textured look.
Emma Stone’s trademark red (the hair colour of the season), was amplified by Redken celebrity colourist Tracey Cunningham, using Redken Shades EQ Cream and Gloss.
Redken celebrity colourist Tracey Cunningham prepped Emma Stone’s hair for styling by using Redken Colour Extend Magnetics Sulfate-Free Shampoo to seal in colour and make it vibrant.
Tracey Cunningham finished Emma Stone’s preparation with Redken Blonde Idol Custom-Tone Conditioner to make her colour pop on the red carpet.
Oscar winner Julianne Moore’s makeup showed the perfect balance of fresh, glowing skin and the season’s berry lip.
Recreate Julianne Moore’s Oscar 2015 look with Estee Lauder’s new Pure Colour Envy Shine Sculpting Lipsticks.
Get Julianne Moore’s winning glow with Clinique’s new Hello Cheekbones range for sculpting, contouring and highlighting.
Create a flawless Oscar-winning canvas with Elizabeth Arden’s new Flawless Finish Perfectly Satin 24HR SPF15 foundation.