By Sonya Magett, EnStars | Mar 01, 2013 12:37 PM EST
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Kristen Stewart scored rave reviews for her off-white strapless Reem Acra Couture gown when she attended the 85th annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday.
The delicate embroidery, embellishments and floor-sweeping train on Stewart's dress was right on trend for this season. She accessorized with a Fred Leighton diamond link necklace and smokey eye makeup. Unfortunately there was one part of her 2013 Oscars look that was a miss and not a hit- her hair.
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Stewart's loose tousled waves made her appear far less glamorous than her A-list peers in attendance at the 2013 Oscars, according to a celebrity hairstylist.
Salon owner Claudio Lazo gave his opinion on Stewart's lackluster hairstyle. Lazo, the owner of C The Salon in Studio City, Cali. said he was disappointed that she didn't "spruce it up" more. He described it as too "everyday."
"I wanted to see more glamour from her for an event like the Oscars," Lazo told Hollywood Life. "It's cool to show your rebelliousness in your everyday dress, but for stellar events like these, I was hoping she would spruce it up a bit more in terms of her hair."
Lazo said for an event such as the Oscars, which is considered Hollywood's biggest night of the year, Stewart should have put more effort into her hairstyle, not leave it how she normally wears it.
"It was too 'every day' hair. Classic events are classic events and should be respected as such. You do not want to stray too far from the norm because movie fans all over the world are looking at this event to see the glitz and glamour of Hollywood. They can see the 'every day you' celebrity when they read the weekly magazines."
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