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BeautyStat.com tells readers how to recreate these hair and makeup looks at home with the help of makeup artist and BeautyStat senior writer Erin Sutera and hairstylists Enzo Angileri and Adir Abergel.
New York, New York (PRWEB) February 26, 2013
The 85th Annual Academy Awards rolled out the red carpet for some some amazing hair and flawlessly-applied makeup. BeautyStat.com -- the leading online beauty community for skincare reviews and makeup reviews -- reported on some of the night’s hairstyle trends and makeup trends from Jennifer Lawrence’s frosted pale-pink nails provided by COVERGIRL’s New Outlast Stay Brilliant Nail Gloss in Forever Frosted to Jessica Chastain’s brick-red pout best achieved using Bobbi Brown’s Lip Color in Burnt Red.
The night was full of Old Hollywood glam hair -- which has become a staple at this year’s award shows -- but, Anne Hathaway and Charlize Theron broke the mold with short, pixie haircuts and full-on fringe. Frederic Fekkai hairstylist Adir Abergel was inspired by Anne’s clean lines from her Prada gown, using texture-inducing hair products such as Fekkai Coiff Bouffant Lifting & Texturizing Spray Gel, and molding it all into place with a dollop of Fekkai Coiff Nonchalant Piecing & Forming Wax.
Celebrity stylist Enzo Angileri used Wella Professional hair products to get Charlize’s short hair into a perfectly-coiffed masterpiece. “My inspiration came mainly from her short hair, which she cut three months ago for a movie,” said Angileri. “And is now just grown out to [the] length that can be styled into a sophisticated, yet androgynous look that complements the sleek lines of the Dior haute couture gown.”
The night was complete with flowing long hair, short coifurres, smoky eyes and soft pink lips. Find out how to recreate these looks at home by clicking here to see the top 5 best hairstyle and makeup looks.
BeautyStat.com (a NYC tech startup) is an online beauty community - consisting of beauty product reviews - and social marketing agency for the beauty industry. It has been featured in Womens Wear Daily, New York Times, Forbes Magazine, NBC and CBS News. The strength of BeautyStat.com is its captive, engaged and influential 100,000+ community, 190+ blogger network and 40 million social network reach. BeautyStat.com works with beauty brands, retailers and PR agencies to connect them to the BeautyStat community for online PR events, advertising and rich consumer insights.
BeautyStat.com was founded by beauty entrepreneur Ron Robinson. Ron is a veteran cosmetic chemist who has worked for such leading beauty companies as The Estée Lauder Companies, L'Oreal, Avon Products and Revlon Products. Ron is currently a resident beauty expert for Allure magazine.
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