The mane of the Oscars 2018

Without a doubt, the main protagonists on the Oscar red carpet were the mane leaving those picked up in a second place.

This style no longer looks shyly in the galas but yesterday was the main hair option to step on the most important red carpet of the year. We analyze all styles.

Glamorous mane

One of the styles that we have been able to see the most have been the mane with marked waves, well glued towards the face, framing the features or backwards cascading on the back. Nor have the waves to the water, more open or vintage air, but all of them with much glamor.

Allison Williams Abbie Cornish Ashley Judd Molly Sims Zoey Deutch Laura Dern Wendi McLendon-Covey

Smooth mane as tables

The smooth mane also had its hollow and was like a fresh air between so much wavy mane. The completely different styles, midis, long-bob or XL hairstyles, combed with stripes in the middle, to one side or passing behind the ears but all with something in common, a perfect smoothing like a table.

Nicole Kidman

After seeing so many waves it is appreciated that there has also been a gap for smooth hairs, smooth as irons, no half measures.

Sandra Bullock Saoirse Ronan Emma Stone

Soft waves

Continuing with more waves we find those that opted to mark their hair with waves but in a softer way, in some cases in a more subtle way marking only the tips or with slightly marked flat waves.

Margot Robbie Haley bennett Jennifer Garner Mira Sorvino Elisabeth Moss eiza Gonzalez

Mane with many curls

And yes, the curls also sneaked hard, in some cases with more success than in others. Curly hairs were defined by a medium to small curl providing a lot of volume to the hair.

Jennifer Lawrence Janet Mock Betty Gabriel Chelsea Perett Christine Lahti

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