Her movie, In the Land of Blood and Honey, lost to A Separation for Best Foreign Language Film at the Golden Globes—but Jolie still appeared a winner with a sleek chignon and fiery-red lips. Later, at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, she accentuated vintage Givenchy earrings with brushed-back hair and smoky eye shadow. But it was her pumped-up locks, smoldering eyes, and ruby pout at the Oscars that really blew me away.
After television stints on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and The United States of Tara, Davis got the recognition she deserved, thanks to a star-making role in The Help. She won Best Actress at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, and she also gets kudos for flaunting her natural hair at the Oscars! Her wigs at the Globes and SAGs were stylish but we prefer her without, her metallic green eye shadow was also a nice touch.
Vergara attended the Golden Globes and SAGs with her Modern Family cohorts, and the cast won awards at both events. Once her red-carpet duty was over, however, the effervescent beauty ditched the straight-laced routine and let loose—in the form of cascading waves at the Vanity Fair Oscar party.
Williams always looks flawless on the red carpet, thanks to her signature pixie and elegant style. This awards season, though, the Best Actress nominee took things up a notch and adorned her hair with a chic headband at the Golden Globes. After a brief return to simplicity at the more-casual SAGs, Williams stunned at the Oscars in a vibrant orange dress and pink lips—a unique yet flattering color combination.
The Argentine-French star was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at all three awards shows for her role in The Artist. Though she didn’t win, she made a splash on the red carpet with simple yet sophisticated hair and makeup. Starting off brunette with a classic chignon at the Golden Globes, Bejo went red and romantic at the SAGs. The fiery hue carried over to the Oscars, where her plaited updo showcased exquisite Chopard earrings.