Our Favorite Oscars & Vanity Fair Red Carpet Looks

Last night was a night full of glitz and glamour.  If you're at all like us HAIRtamin babes, you were filled with anticipation leading up to the Oscars. Seeing the gorgeous gowns, and hair and makeup, always pumps us up as we definitely gather a whole lot of inspiration for our very own nights out! Today we are sharing our favorite looks from the Oscars as well as the Vanity Fair red carpet that blew us away. One should always be red carpet ready! 

Gina Rodriguez in Zuhair Murad Couture was definitely on top of our list. Everything from the slicked ponytail to the effortless and natural makeup; it was perfection.

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Zendaya in Giambattista Valli Haute Couture was breathtaking. The top knot truly allowed the cold shoulder gown to shine. Let's not forget about her flawless monochromatic makeup.

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This gown on Nicole Kidman by Armani Privé was tailored to absolute perfection. The straight hair tucked behind the ears allowed the sweetheart neckline and bow to standout. We also loved the pop of color on the lips, everything tied in pretty nicely to create an impactful red carpet look.

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Kendall Jenner rocks a not so basic little black dress by Redemption. Hair and makeup were kept minimal to let the enormous sleeves and plunging neckline shine.

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Rita Oras in Zuhair Murad looked gorgeous in this red hot gown. Her super curly updo was perfection; it was just the right amount of undone while still looking polished. The feathers along the shoulders and neckline, and sleeves were everything. 

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Hailee Steinfeld in Giambattista Valli in this almost fairy dress looked stunning with a slick middle part and bold lips.

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Jenna Dewan Tatum looked effortless in this Pamella Roland gown. We loved how simple this gown was, yet super sexy and striking. The short, blunt cut was giving us life, she definitely has the face structure to pull it off. 

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