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Oscars Red Carpet Beauty: Pushing the Style Envelope

February 25, 2013

The Oscars Red Carpet has become so diversified over the years, it’s nearly impossible to discern any overall “trends”, although many will try.   I’m not a big fan of of trying to find commonalities that seem forced when it’s more interesting to embrace individual beauty.  Women today don’t want to be told how they should look.  They are looking for direction on how to best enhance their own unique beauty.

That said, there were a few stunning looks at the Oscars last night.  From veteran Hollywood icons to the up and coming generation, each represented a strongly confident, yet feminine mystic.

I have to reserve the top spot for my dear friend, and long-time client, Jane Fonda.  Jane, in my opinion, stole the show, with a knock-out dress and her always confidently sexy attitude.  If there’s anyone the younger Hollywood set should emulate, it’s her.  Just divine!

Jane Fonda Oscars 2013 Red Carpet Beauty

Oscar-winner for Best Supporting Actress, Anne Hathaway, proved again that short can be incredibly sexy and feminine when it comes to hair. 

Anne Hathaway Oscars 2013 Red Carpet 

I’ve always loved short hair on women. Too many are afraid to chop off their locks for fear of losing their femininity.  I think it’s the opposite.  Show me a woman with a stellar short cut, and her personality and charm will truly shine through.  Charlize Theron was a vision in white, proving hands down that the pixie cut is here to stay.

Charlize Theron Oscars 2013 Red Carpet Beauty 

And last but not least, Halle Berry.

Halle Berry Oscars 2013 Red Carpet Beauty 

Her signature cut has paved the way for women to feel more adventurous about their hair.  Short hair is sexy, and fresh.

Take a page from these red carpet beauties and open yourself up to new style directions when it comes to hair.  Don’t follow a trend, but forge your own unique path. You just might surprise yourself…

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