Alicia Vikander looked like an absolute princess at the Academy Awards on February 28. The actress sported a golden glow with a half up, half down hairstyle. Get the details on her latest look!
To match the big night Alicia Vikander, 27, brought out a major beauty look at the Academy Awards. The Swedish actress who was nominated for Actress In A Supporting Role for The Danish Girl, wore a yellow ball gown that had us instantly thinking of Disney princess, Belle, with an understated beauty look.
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For her makeup, Alicia went with a less-is-more look that concentrated on a golden glow with lightly defined lashes and flushed pink cheeks and lips. To copy her bronzed skin, use an at-home tanner like St. Tropez Self Tan Luxe Dry Oil, which is also available in a moisturizing, oil-free face option.
In keeping with her Belle-themed look, Alicia styled her brown hair into slightly undone waves that were parted down the center and pulled half up into a mini knot. The style not only showed off her flawless skin and gorgeous diamond earrings, but the half knot also added a little something extra to her otherwise casual hairstyle.
Alicia Vikander’s Academy Awards Hair & Makeup — Copy Her Golden Glow
Along with her first Oscar nom, Alicia also landed her first Vogue cover earlier this year for the mag’s January issue. In her interview, she talks her breakout year, saying: “To be quite honest, it’s nerve-racking, the way these films sort of piled up. It’s a mixed feeling when everything you’ve ever wanted in making films is coming true, and yet you feel scared because it’s happening all at once. Suddenly you’re in rooms with people you’ve looked up to for years, the Judi Denches. You wonder if you’re good, if you have what it takes. You carry an anxiety around with you—I’ve met many actors now who will say this—and the lonely feeling that this could be your one chance.”
She also talked about making The Danish Girl: “This was not a film of the ‘now’ when we started making it,” Alicia said, “and it’s frankly amazing to think of the cultural change that has taken place since we started. But I think it’s important to remember that the issues Lili encountered 100 years ago are still issues. You read the statistics about how trans people are physically and psychologically abused, how they are discriminated against at work. This is a civil rights movement.”
Was this Alicia’s best award show look yet, HollywoodLifers?