Our Top Hair Looks from the 2020 Oscars | Steal their looks

Straight from ‘La La Land’, last night (February 10th 2020), saw this year’s Oscars. This star-studded event is arguably one of the biggest nights of the year in Hollywood. We mean, anyone who’s anyone in the film industry is there, gliding down the red carpet in high-end, designer couture. While most people are talking about the best and worst dressed, here at BondiBoost HQ, we’re totally gawking over the killer hairstyles from the night #hairobsessed.

Keep reading to see all the hair looks that caught our eyes and how you can achieve these A-list styles for yourself.

1. Zazie Beetz
Zazie Beetz 2020 Oscars

Whoa, girl! Get yo’ curls out! Zazie’s natural hair is insane, and we are so glad she chose to let her afro shine.

Embrace (but tame) your mane, just like Zazie, with our Curl Boss Range. Curl Boss Shampoo and Conditioner thoroughly cleans hair, while adding extra moisture to often dry/ porous curls. Curl Boss Styling Cream defines and highlights those kink’d rings of beauty.


2. Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish Oscars 2020
Wow! Billie’s taken the whole neon green trend to a WHOLE. NEW. LEVEL. While we might not be the biggest fan of this look, we are totally enviable of how healthy her hair looks. Often brightly coloured hair appears brittle and rough due to the significant use of unnatural chemicals.

If you’re in Billie’s camp and have chemically treated (or damaged) locks, switch up your regular hair care products for our Rapid Repair Range. Formulated with hero actives to deeply nourish and hydrate parched hair, you’ll also seal cuticles and banish split ends by up to 90%.

3. Lily Aldridge

Lily Aldridge 2020 Oscars
Sleek, simple and sophisticated, Lily is here to remind us how sometimes ‘less is more’. What’s important to note about Lily’s hair is how smooth, frizz-free and straight her locks are; from root to end.

Recreate Lily’s perfectly groomed hairstyle with a combination of blowdrying and straightening. Always protect your hair first, when applying heat to style, by using a heat protectant. The BondiBoost Heat Protectant is bursting with potent actives, like Quinoa Extract, to give extra strength to strands while also adding a protective layer from heat.

4. Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt 2020 Oscars
Hello handsome! Just like a fine wine, Brad just keeps getting better with age! For a man who’s just turned 56, he certainly boasts an impressive and totally ‘gloat-worthy’ head of hair; no hair loss here folks!

However, we know not all men can be as lucky as Mr Pitt, with many experiencing thinning and balding, especially in their older years. If your man is experiencing less than favourable hair loss at the moment, get them hooked on our Hair Growth Supplements and Hair Growth Derma Roller.

Also known as micro-needling, the process can be used to reduce hair loss and stimulate new hair growth. When in use, the miniature needles in the Derma Roller create ‘micro-injuries’ in the skin and hair follicles. When micro-injuries are being repaired, the body automatically increases collagen and stimulates new cell production. All of these bodily processes encourage the growth of new hair.

5. Rebel Wilson

Rebel Wilson 2020 Oscars
Aussie Aussie Aussie, oi, oi oi! Rebel certainly did this Australian-made Company proud last night with her jaw-dropping beauty and old Hollywood glamour. Her blonde locks were in immaculate condition too, not a hint of brass insight; #slaygirl!

If you’re a Blonde Babe just like Rebel, it’s safe to assume you’re always on the lookout for high-quality hair care to whisk away yellow/ brassy tones and keep that salon fresh blonde all year long. Lucky for you our Blonde Baby Purple Mask is formulated with nutrient-rich oils to add an extra BOOST of hydration to chemically treated hair. The purple pigment is no match for brassy tones, quickly whisking them away, leaving a flawless blonde in replace.

Note: It's important you select a derma roller from a reputable supplier – we want to make sure you and your scalp are in safe hands! Ours is a class 1 medical listed device, registered with the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG 310522). Check it out here.

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