You Have to See Jennifer Lawrence's Insanely Beautiful, Flower-Filled Hairstyle

Jennifer Lawrence (aka our favorite clumsy, goofy, tell-it-like-it-is actress) attended the New York City premiere of her film Mother last night at Radio City Music Hall. But before we can discuss her insanely pretty hair and makeup look, we have to get one thing out of the way: Lawrence is responsible for some of our all-time favorite celebrity beauty looks, from the Met Gala to the Academy Awards. (We quite literally have a guide to wearing a full week of Jennifer Lawrence–inspired hairstyles, because she's just that good.)

Now, onto the newest J.Law beauty look we'll be re-creating. This one was all about softness. From her ethereal light-gray gown to a diffused peach eye to that whimsical hair, the whole look was perfect. But her hairstyle was especially so. Her blond strands were formed into soft, messy curls, pinned up and back, and then adorned with flowers. Keep scrolling to see Lawrence's hair for yourself!

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First, is this front-facing photo. We love how her hairstylist kept the slightly frizzy texture of her strands intact. We also love the middle part with two face-framing curls placed on either side of her head. With volume at the crown and a few peeks of red and green flowers, the whole look is whimsically stunning. Pair that with diffused peachy eye shadow and a coral-pink lip, and we can safely say that Jennifer Lawrence wins at red carpet appearances.

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Here's a closer view of the flowers that were dispersed throughout. From the looks of it, Lawrence's hairstylist rolled her locks up into a French twist after curling them. After that was pinned, the flowers could be added. There's no word yet on whether or not the flowers were applied all together or separately, but we love the look nonetheless. The rich red, green, and white call autumn and winter to mind, though we're okay with replicating the look at any time. Still, especially once holiday parties start popping up on our calendar, we know we'll be revisiting this.

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