At this point, Stone is the queen of Old Hollywood glamour. Whether her hair is red or blonde, long or short, the star often sports perfectly-coiffed side-swept waves and a red lip — and at the 2017 awards, her shade of choice was Nars’ Mona.
Instead of a red lip, the star paired her classic, Rita Hayworth-worthy waves with a pale pink lip and smoky eyes in 2013.
With her bob shaped into a straight-from-the-’20s style, Day put a modern spin on the look by pairing a glossy red lip with a striking cat eye and matching pinkish-red eye shadow in 2016.
Faux bobs seem to be a popular strategy when it comes to successfully scoring an Old Hollywood style — and Cruz’s, paired with a matte nude lip and feathery lashes, was right on point.
The model’s long, highlighted waves, glowy skin and berry lip made for one of the most memorable looks on the 2015 carpet.
Go ahead, do a double take. Robbie had dark, chestnut brown hair in 2014, and she paired it with a plum lip, nude eye and classic jewels to create her own glammed-up version of the look.
There’s not a single take on Old Hollywood glamour that Chastain hasn’t tried — one of her stand-outs being in 2013, when she paired her red hair with a bold, true-red lip, black liner and lots of lashes.
Paired with the brightest red lip (her shade was Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Luminous Modern-Matte Lipstick in Red Carpet Red), Roberts sported a smooth, side-parted blowout with curled ends.
Her glossy strands were shaped into perfect tendrils (create the look yourself by using a 1-in. curling iron rotating towards the face) and worn with a matte crimson lip.
Because she never fails to make a major statement, Gaga’s bright blonde waves, over-the-top lashes and pale pink makeup looked so good, even Marilyn Monroe would be proud.
And let’s not forget Madonna’s interpretation of Monroe’s classic look, when she shaped her yellow gold hair into tendrils and the look with a red lip to channel the late actress.