Margot Robbie just debuted a fringe at the Oscars – and looks absolutely unreal

Ever since Margot Robbie broke Hollywood as Leonardo DiCaprio’s seductive wife in The Wolf Of Wall Street, her success has shown no sign of abating.

As well as her acting prowess and feminist business moves, Margot truly looks the part. Whether she’s playing it safe with glossy skin and tousled hair or trialling blue eyeliner on a Chanel shoot, she never gets it wrong. And now Margot is debuting one of the most divisive hairstyles of all time: the fringe – and like with every other beauty look she tries, Margot pulls off the look with aplomb.

The actress produced Promising Young Women, which is up for five gongs tonight, and truly looked the part in her silver Chanel gown.

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Her soft, feathered fringe, which has been taken several hues darker by her hairdresser, received rave reviews on social media and we predict a stampede of people requesting a feathered fringe at their next hair appointment.

Margot’s beauty look, which was created by her go-to artist Pati Dubroff, took a more pared back approach. Patti opted for soft, flushed cheeks offset with a dusky pink lip and lashings of mascara to make Margot’s blue eyes pop.

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In a past interview with GLAMOUR, Pati revealed skincare is always the start point for any look, to create a lit-from-within feel and the ‘juicier’ the skin the better.

“Skin is everything. I mean everything and I’ll spend more time on the skin than the makeup. It makes eyeshadow or lipstick application quicker to bang out, and if the skin doesn’t look incredible, it doesn’t matter how big you want the features to be, they’re not going to look good. Skincare prep makes it look more alive, so you’re not having to fake it with foundation, blushers, highlighters.”

Her perfect skin prep routine? “Ideally, I’ll have half an hour, but if I’m crunched for time, I’ll pop on a sheet mask. It’s my time cheat, so if I don’t know what my client is wearing beforehand, it gives me time to rummage through the colours in my kit. When the sheet mask comes off, then it’s all about the massage.”

Fingers are your always-on tools that you can rely on, says Pati. “Just get in there with fingers and carve along the cheekbones on the pressure points and it will help move fluids from the under-eye area. Pressing down at either side of the bridge of the nose will also help shift any lymphatic fluids.”

We are taking notes.

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