Hairstyles from the Oscars, 2004
By Angela on 13 July 2009
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A flattering hairstyle can be the most important factor in your appearance, because not only does it tell others about your character, but it also gives your body poise, frames your face and complements your lifestyle.
Hot Hair Trends
Red carpet events are always chock-full of glamorous celebrities with the latest hairstyles. Awards shows like the Oscars, Emmys, Golden globes and Academy Awards often show off the latest hair trends. Celebrities can change their hairstyle many times in a month. Celebrities will go from ultra long extensions, mid-length layered bobs, to a short sexy crop and change the color of their hair, all at a moments notice. Retro waves are the hottest hairstyles to hit Hollywood this season and is perfect for women who want to look sexy, yet elegant, without having an up-style.
Our Favorites in 2004:
From brunette, to blonde sexy curls, to a pin-straight hairstyle, Beyonce Knowles has no problem with pulling off several different looks.
The beauty and natural talents of Renee are everywhere these days, and as her fame has grown, her hair has become longer and blonder.
Talented, good looking and adored by the camera, Charlize's hairstyles, with her perfect oval face, petite features and fine strands, have ranged from a short pixie cut, to a straight mid-length bob, and the always classic, wave hairstyle.
One of the hottest rising actors in Hollywood, Orlando, has gone from long blonde straight hair in, 'The Lord Of The Rings', to a sleek short, dark crop. With the ideal face shape and features, this hunk has the looks to wear whatever hairstyle he wants.
Adored by fans all over the world, this pop star has the kind of hair style girls love to run their fingers through. Justin Timberlake's hair has a natural loose curl which is cut extremely short and is a great hairstyle for men with high cheek bones and large facial features.