Celebrity Best & Worst Hair Diamonds may sparkle, but a star's most eye-catching Oscars accessory is her hairstyle. See whose shined and whose fell flat. By People Staff Published on April 21, 2004 05:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 05 BEST HAIR: Lisa O'Connor/Zuma Press Best Actress nominee Keisha Castle-Hughes got tough among the boys in Whale Rider, but she chose a superlatively feminine look for her Oscar hairdo. Her soft style – accented by a sweet, sparkly whale hairpin – is festive and appropriate for the 13-year-old, the youngest-ever nominee in her category. 02 of 05 BEST HAIR Mario Anzuoni / Splash News Presenter Julianne Moore's signature red tresses flowed softly and effortlessly, contrasting strikingly with her alabaster shoulders and silver gown. 03 of 05 BEST HAIR Chris Pizzello/AP Presenter Jennifer Garner softened her formal updo with sideswept bangs, creating a look that's graceful enough for the Oscars but still flirty and sexy. 04 of 05 WORST HAIR Mario Anzuoni / Splash News Many stars went with long, soft curls on Oscar's red carpet, but presenter Sandra Bullock's hair came out looking over-processed, with way too many colors tossed in. 05 of 05 WORST HAIR Carlo Allegri/Getty Images Liv Tyler (a presenter and star of 11-time winner Lord of the Rings) mixed decades with this style – the wavy bob on her left is very 1930s, while the dramatic asymmetry recalls the 1980s. The result is uneven and unflattering to her otherwise radiant look.