We cannot wait for this year’s Oscars red carpet, where some of our favorite actresses will showcase their glamorous looks. While impatiently waiting for Sunday night’s madness, here is a compilation of the best beauty looks of all time on the red carpet. From the young Audrey Hepburn holding her first award to Michelle Williams last year, each and every one of these women has influenced the beauty world by setting new trends. The ‘set and repeat’ tradition did not exist back then, which explains the action shots of old Hollywood stars compared to the contemporary posed looks.
Audrey Hepburn already had a strong eyebrow game as witnessed here, as she is happily holding the Oscar award she won for her performance in “Roman Holiday” in 1954.
The iconic Grace Kelly poses with her Best Actress Oscar for her role in “The Country Girl” in 1955 in an evening gown, long white gloves and elegant updo.
In 1956, actress Natalie Wood was nominated for her role in “Rebel Without a Cause”, she arrived looking glamourous with a curly-styled updo, bold brows, and defined eyes.
Gwyneth Paltrow looked fabulous with her Tom Ford white cape in 2012 and sleek parted blonde tresses.
We all remember Jennifer Lawrence in 2013 as she gracefully accepted the award for Best Actress with her loosely pinned hairdo, lined eyes, and glossy lips.
In 2014, Emma Watson arrived to the Academy Awards rocking a deep red lip and a styled low-ponytail.
Freida Pinto in 2009 looked very natural with nude lips and understated makeup as she came to Los Angeles the year that “Slumdog Millionaire” won 8 Oscars.
Once again, Charlize Theron shows her natural beauty with simple makeup and a short pixie in 2013.
Julia Roberts paired a waved bang with smoky eyes and beige lipstick in 2014. She was nominated for her role in “August: Osage County.”
Marion Cotillard arrived at the 81st Academy Awards to present Best Actress with smoky eyes and a dark purple lipstick.
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