Get the Look: Anne Hathaway at the 83rd Academy Awards

Oscar co-host Anne Hathaway went through various hairstyles throughout the night. Here's how celebrity stylist Adir Abergel created some of the most memorable looks.

Photo courtesy of AP Photo/Amy Sancetta

On the red carpet, Abergel created an Edwardian influenced style with a bohemian flair. He began by parting the hair down the center and applying Fekkai Advanced Full Blown Volume Styling Whip to the hair from roots to ends. Using Round Brush, he blow dried the hair and pulled it into a low ponytail, making sure to cover the ears. To finish, he twisted the ponytail into a loose knot and left wispy pieces to frame the face before spraying Coiff Sheer Hold Hairspray to secure the look.

Photo courtesy of AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill

To complement her Lanvin tux, Abergel created a 1960s high ponytail for a sleek yet flirty look. To start, he backcombed the perimeter of the hair line and set the style with Fekkai Coiff Sheer Hold Hairspray. He then pulled the hair into a ponytail towards to the crown and secured it with a band. To add movement and bounce to the tail, he used a 1 inch FHI Heat Kore curling iron at the ends. Finally, he sprayed Advanced Brilliant Glossing Sheer Shine Mist all over and wrapped a piece of hair from underneath around the base of the ponytail for a polished style.

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Abergel created a tousled bohemian style look to go with Hathaway's Oscar de la Renta gown. First, he created a center part and applied Fekkai Advanced Full Blown Volume Styling Whip at the roots. Then, he blow dried the hair using FHI Heat Nano Salon Pro 2000 and Large Round Brush. To finish, he used FHI Heat Platform 1 ¼ inch styling iron and curled the hair leaving the ends out. He worked Coiff Nonchalant Piecing & Forming Wax to the strands for separation and shine. —Clarissa Nebuya

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