The pandemic has not extinguished the glamor of the 2021 Oscars. The red carpet has given the appearance of a pseudo return to the glories of the past. And the series of spectacular makeup and glamorous hairstyles have shown it.
From the collection of flaming lips that come back to light up after months of masks to the allure of Margot Robbie, the night was as glamorous as ever.
For the grand soirée of the 2021 Oscars, the Australian actress appeared with dark blonde hair and a very 70s, very sexy curtain fringe.
Margot Robbie’s Hair
Among the striking beauty looks of the 2021 edition of the Oscars, a special mention goes to the unexpected and wonderful hair of Margot Robbie. The Australian actress appeared on the red carpet with her hair a shade of blonde much darker than her classic champagne blonde.
And, a distinctive sign, she stood out with her curtain fringe, parade, and artfully disheveled, with longer locks on the sides of the face and a highly sensual 70s mood. Paired with a low and soft ponytail, which is very boho-chic. Margot Robbie’s curtain bangs have become the hair accessory we all want to own.
The actress opted for natural and romantic makeup. Besides, the inspiration behind the bronzey sunshine glow was genuine optimism and sunny days. Margot is the ray of sunshine we need, so this look was perfect for her.
Also, Margot Robbie wore a custom Chanel printed mermaid dress in ennobled metallic lace. Being a Chanel ambassador, all her beauty products were also from the brand.
The Curtain Fringe
The curtain fringe is a very 70s look, equally romantic and sexy, beautiful because it is casual and not set. It is a messy hairstyle and a type of soft fringe that is always combined with a low faux-tousled ponytail. Her green-blue, cat-like eyes are put in the foreground, framed by the curtain fringe.
This makes her face appear more sweet and feminine, thanks to its naturalness and soft volume. A point in favor of this fringe is that it is effortless to maintain. Also, it is beautiful both left open like a curtain and moved to one side as a maxi tuft. The effect is always effortless and refined.