Our Favorite Hair Moments from the 2020 Academy Awards

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The biggest night in the film industry may be over, but we can’t stop thinking about all of the hairstyles! (And beauty! And dresses!) From updo’s and bobs to long and way locks, we’ve seen it all this award season. And the Oscars were no different!

Here are our favorites from the 2020 Academy Awards.

Natalie Portman

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Oscars2020 @natalieportman @diormakeup @diorskincare @dior #oscars #dior I began with skin prep , using capture total cell energy lotion serum I gently pressed the product in to the skin, then With my finger tips I tapped on capture total cell energy super potent serum and smooth it down to the neck. I massaged the face with upward and outward motions lifting the skin and getting the blood circulating . Once absorb I applied capture total cell energy cream and eye cream , immediately i began applying the Dior forever 24 hour perfection skin caring foundation in W2 , and Forever Skin Correct W2 under the eyes and on blemishes .I then took Forever Skin Correct W1 / mixed a dab with Face and Body Glow and popped the corners of the eyes and high on the Balls of the cheek to create a natural skin tone highlight . On the eyes I created a black cat eye using diorshow on stage liner in matte , keeping the inner corner line very fine and the outer line heavier to create a lift to the eye …on the Upper water line I used crayon waterproof eyeliner in Trinidad Black .using the Dior back stage warm neutrals I popped in some warm tones on the inner corners of the eye, also blending under the lower lash line . I curled the lashes and applied 2 coats of Dior Show 090 Black Mascara , really exaggerating the top lashes .. no falsies need ! I overdrew the brows and filled the inner edge to create a fuller brow with Dior brow styler in brown , next I brushed on pump n brow 004 which gave a full but natural look . I contoured the cheek bones with Dior backstage 001 universal palette.. light contour High on the balls of the cheeks I used a fluffy brush to softly layer Dior Skin Nude Illuminizer Blush in 10 to get a fresh youthful flush to the skin and illuminate the face , I also dabbed the brush above the brows, and tip of the nose to create an all over radiant glow . Lips I first applied rouge Dior 446 ultra care liquid , then layered it with Dior addict Stellar Gloss in 629 .. it created a blush tone lip with a warm bronze glow . I powdered where needed .. t zone .. with Dior skin mineral nude matte in 02

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Hairstylist Adam Campbell gave Natalie Portman the perfect short, wavy bob to go with her statement-making Dior gown. Makeup by Lisa Storey, also Dior, was flawless as expected. Styled by Ryan Hastings, the actress had the names of the women who were snubbed by the Academy this year embroidered onto her cape.

Greta Gerwig

Nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay for Little Women, Greta Gerwig looked incredible in her green Dior gown. Styled by John D, the director’s elegant updo was the perfect addition to her already short hair.

Gal Gadot

The Wonder Woman star was a modern day princess in her Givenchy gown adorned with Tiffany & Co jewelry. With makeup by Sabrina Bedrani and hairstyling by Mark Townsend, Gal Gadot’s French twist perfectly showcased her gown. (Learn how to get the elegant updo from Townsend himself here!)

America Ferrera

Paying homage to Ferrera’s ancestors of the indigenous Lenca tribe of Honduras, hairstylist Aviva Perea went with straight, long locks to accompany the actress’s beautiful Jennifer Behr headpiece.

Maya Rudolph

Hairstylist Johnnie Sapong crafted the perfect blunt bob for presenter for the night, Maya Rudolph. With makeup by Molly Stern and styling by Rebecca Grice, Rudolph shined in her Valentino gown.

Zazie Beetz

Easily one of our favorite looks from the night, Joker star Zazie Beetz showed up and showed out. With hairstyling by Lacy Redway and makeup by Tyron Machhausen, the star’s updo and natural smokey eye looked perfect with her custom Thom Browne gown.

Saoirse Ronan

Hairstylist Adir Abergel gave Little Women star and Best Actress nominee, Saoirse Ronan a real red carpet moment with the debut of a new bangin’ look. With makeup by Kara Yoshimoto Bua and styling by Elizabeth Saltzman, the actress brought class and style in her Gucci gown.

Janelle Monae

Janelle Monae looked INCREDIBLE in her hand-embellished crystal dress from Ralph Lauren. Thanks to hairstylist Nikki Nelms, the singer’s sleek side sweep paired beautifully with her Jessica Smalls makeup and hooded gown.

Rebel Wilson

Channeling old Hollywood glam, hairstylist Robert Vetica gave the Jojo Rabbit star the waves dreams are made of. Styled by Elizabeth Stewart, Rebel Wilson was glowing in her Jason Wu gown and Pomellato jewels. (Click here to find out how to recreate Vetica’s perfect glam waves!)

Cynthia Erivo

Nominated for Best Actress for her role in Harriet, Cynthia Erivo channeled her inner angel in a custom Versace gown. With hairstyling by Coree Moreno, makeup by Terrell Mullin and styling by Jason Bolden, the actress’s all-white ensemble was unmatched at the award show.

Did all of your faves make the list? Anyone you think we missed? Let us know in the comments.