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Did you watch the red carpet shows or the Academy Awards show yesterday? It's so much fun to see what the ladies are wearing and to see their hair and makeup. I DVR'd and watched the E! Channel and ABC, and looked at the red carpet photos on IMDB.com.
I thought that Jennifer Lawrence (the first celeb to walk the red carpet) looked really beautiful in her red gown. Her makeup and hair really suited her and it wasn't overdone or aging (she's 20 years old). There's something to be said for being early and first!
Mila Kunis looked really pretty in her lavender grecian gown and her makeup and hair were very sultry.
My third favorite was Halle Berry. I think her beige gown really showed off her hourglass figure and she always has fabulous hair and makeup.
So who was your favorite? Were there any women's whose gown, hair, or makeup you loved or hated?
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