Get The Look: Hair Looks for the Oscars

Everyone is guessing what glamorous looks will be rocking the red carpet this Sunday.  Oscars night is the best night to show off the best new looks for hair. 

On the list, texture, buns and height. Calie Noble, master stylist from the Serge Normant at John Frieda Salon in Los Angeles gives his predictions for Sunday’s red carpet and gold statues to come.

 “Hair is taking a very retro inspired look at the moment,” says Calie. “But with a modern twist.”

That often means destructing solid, sleek styles and breaking them down a bit by adding texture and simple imperfections. With this in mind, Caile expects a multitude of texture for this weekend’s Oscars. He envisions hairstyles to have a subtle softness to them while also appearing disheveled. 

Calie’s award season ifs:

  •  If it's straight and down - it will be polished but fluffy in texture and soft with volume. 
  •  If it's down and bouncy - it will not be over curled - just a little movement but with height in the crown. 
  •  If it’s an up-do - it will be buns/chignons with braids to give it a boho feel or it will be kept very classic. Imperfections like teasing for texture or deconstructed will be added to appear soft and disheveled.

About Caile Noble:  Caile Noble is Serge Normant at John Frieda Salon in Los Angeles’ hottest new talent. Caile has been turning heads with his precision cuts, editorial prowess and runway styles. Caile has worked with celebrities such as Charlize Theron, Natasha Bedingfield, Diane Kruger and Resse Witherspoon. See for more info.

About Serge Normant at John Frieda Los Angeles:  The Serge Normant at John Frieda Salon in LA is famed for their world-class staff, beautiful design and celebrity clientele. Serge Normant is undeniably one of the leading hairstylists in the fashion industry today, with a resume boasting regular bookings for covers of Harper's Bazaar, W, Allure and Vogue. Visit for more information.


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