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The Oscars 2018: Best Dressed, How To Get The Hollywood Glow and Frances McDormand’s Female Empowerment Speech!

There was definitely a glittering start to the 90th Academy Awards on Sunday Afternoon, as Hollywood’s finest walked the red carpet… and here are Cash & Rocket’s best-dressed ladies!

Jennifer Lawrence wowed in a bronze metallic gown by Dior. Her makeup and hair didn’t go unnoticed either, pairing her red lips and bold eyes with her blonde, beach waves, it was the perfect ensemble.

Sandra Bullock wore a Louis Vuitton piece, her cinched waist, and slick hair gave her an ageless look.

Another sparkly number was worn by Lupita N’yongo, created by Altier Versace. Wonder Woman star Gal Gadet arrived in a fringed, metallic gown by Givenchy. Her subtle hair and statement lips gave a 1940’s inspired look.

Margot Robbie stunned in her Chanel Haute Couture dress, the Australian beauty looked radiant and angelic and Jennifer Garner was a brunette beauty in an electric blue Altier Versace dress.

How to Get the Hollywood Glow!


Makeup artists to the stars have revealed the exact products they used to create their glamorous red carpet looks. Cash & Rocket are here to show you the products you need to imitate these hot looks.

Emma Stone’s makeup artist Rachel Goodwin has revealed she used the Nars Wanted Cheek Palette to give her a rosy complexion. The pink tone powders include a variety of both shimmer and matte colours. This palette is limited edition and will be able to purchase later this month.

Nars Wanted Cheek Palette I

To look radiant like Margot Robbie get your hands on Chanel’s Poudre Lumiere highlighting powder in 10 Ivory Gold – £42

Frances McDormand Channels
Feminism in Her Winning Speech.

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri star Frances McDormand gave a powerful speech about female solidarity. The winning statement included her having all the female nominees from the Best Actress category stand up, including all the women that worked on the films from directors, producers, and songwriters, to embrace female empowerment. She ended the speech with the final two words “inclusion rider”, which left not only the audience in the auditorium thinking but the rest of the world who tuned into the show questioning the term.

An ‘inclusion rider’ is a clause that actors can insist be added to their contracts whilst working on a project. They can ask or demand 50% of diversity in the cast and crew. The term was first thought of by media researcher Stacy Smith, from The University of Southern California. She had talked about ways to show more women, ethnic minorities and people with disabilities on screen. Dr. Smith was both stunned and elated that McDormand had mentioned her proposal of the ‘inclusion rider’, and now has the backing of other A-Listers such as The Room‘s star Brie Larson who tweeted, “I am committed to the inclusion rider. Who’s with me?”