Bio Sculpture’s Top Oscars’ Nail Trends

The Oscars are the red carpet event of the year, with beauty, hair and nail trends hotly anticipated and quickly reinterpreted in salons and homes worldwide. This year saw the year of nudes and metallic with a flash of red. Across dresses and nails, subtle metallics were the look of the moment.

Recreate the top Oscars nail looks with Bio Sculpture Gel:

Jessica Chastain

Jessica’s look perfectly complemented her incredible hair colour with a stunning art deco inspired soft peach gown. The nails feature a subtle gold shimmer with a slight hint of copper to recreate this look try #2011 Amber Champagne. This colour is also fantastic layered over darker shades to add a champagne shimmer.

Jackie Weaver

We love a nominated Aussie! Jackie looked incredibly glamorous with her stunning lace and satin gown and bucking the nude trend with vibrant colour. Her nails featured a bright, refreshing red- recreate with #19 Pillar Box. Jackie proved on the red carpet you can’t beat a classic.

Anne Hathaway

Oscar winner Anne played it safe with a subtle pink shade, but added a nod to nail art with a shimmering silver feature nail – the perfect statement for awards as formal as the Oscars. To recreate Anne’s look use #2069 Marshmallow Pink and #2001 Silky Satin for the feature nail. Rumour has it Anne also included her grandmother’s initials on her nails for good luck!

Nicole Kidman

Nicole also worked golden shimmer into her look from her dress to her nails and accessories – to recreate use #29 Seychelle Sands. This pastel gold shimmer is heavily pigmented to create an opaque effect on the nails and perfectly complements paler skin tones.


Adele recreated old Hollywood glamour with luxuriously almond shaped nails, perfectly pointed. The shade chosen for these was a deep rich nude- recreate with #2095 Nude Beige.

Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer matched her nails to her gown in the palest of creams, featuring statement nails in soft white. White is the ideal way to make a statement without going dark. Mix it with other nude shades to create different shades of pale.

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