2011 Oscars: Worst Celebrity Hair
Some celebrities can give you style-related nightmares after a red carpet walk. If you're picky about makeup and hair, you can't help but wonder why their stylists went so frizzy, low-key, or plain ol' ugly. Here are our least-favorite Oscar hairstyles from last night.
Sharon Stone: I'll admit that red carpet-style hair needs some volume, but Sharon Stone had a beehive that had no support underneath. It was made of strands of hair, pulled back, and I was dying to just shove a bump-it under there through my TV. Also? Eyeliner issues.
Mila Kunis: Mila was having a frizz attack and it looked like her bun was sliding down her neck. I did not enjoy her hair.
Hilary Swank: Swank's hair was pulled back from her head simply and clasped in the back, with almost no volume at the roots whatsoever. To make matters worse, she wasn't wearing earrings! Come to think of it, are her ears even pierced? (Okay, I checked, and they are.)
Scarlett Johansson: Scarlett decided to accidentally demonstrate why I hate haircuts this length for formal events--she couldn't do anything with it! Scarlett's hair was worn down, wavy and messy, and it was way too casual for something as big as the Oscars.
Amy Adams: Amy Adams had the same problem that I do: the messy wave-curl. She had a set style, worn down, that should have been glamorous, but it was messy, frizzy, and out of control..
Nicole Kidman: Um, ew. I hated, hated Nicole Kidman's bangs. They were stringy and in her eyes all night long. Like inches below her eyes (see main photo). Imagine the self-control you have to have to avoid batting that out of your face!
Oh, and if you're wondering why I didn't put Helena Bonham-Carter on this list, it's because she always has insane hair. Always. It's her calling card, beauty-wise, and I'd probably faint if I didn't see her wander down the red carpet with tendrils exploding from her head. Sigh, she is amazing. How can I fault someone who even brings along a mini Union Jack flag with them to show off their British pride?