It’s that time of the year again --- awards show season! NaturallyCurly is here to round up our top natural hair looks we spotted on the 91st Annual Oscars. From a 1940s pixie cuts, cornrows, and chic updos we’re obsessed with how these stars rocked their natural hair at the 2019 Oscars.

Amandla Stenberg

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Amandla is known to rock some beautiful hairstyles in the past --- she cut off her locks in 2017 and has rocked her natural hair short since. This year, Amandla went with a cornrow braided bun style, complete with a braided swoop in the front, giving her look at 1940s vibe.

Elaine Welteroth

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The former Teen Vogue editor rocked a curly low ponytail with tons of volume, which paired perfectly with her glitzy dress.

Hannah Beachler

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Despite her dress being a eye-catching orange dream, Beachler didn’t take it simple with her hair --- and we glad she didn't! Her bold fohawk is everything with this look.

Lisa Bonet

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Lisa Bonet has been rocking her natural locks on-screen for over two decades --- so we know she’ll always bring her natural style every time she comes to the red carpet.

Danai Gurira

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The Black Panther star rocked her beautiful twists, with flat twists in the front of the hair. The gold headband is a beautiful way to tie the look together and compliments her dress!

Zuri Hall

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The E!News co-host sported her beautiful natural hair with a curly updo, keeping the looks simple, yet elegant.

Jenifer Lewis

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Jenifer Lewis is known to rock her natural hair on-screen in the show Blackish, but she also does a good job rocking it off-screen on the red carpet.

Kiki Layne

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The If Beale Street Could Talk star wore a beautiful braided look, putting a twist on the typical one braided halo style we often see. The part in the middle makes the look even more elegant, complete with a braided bun at the back.

Did you watch the Oscars? Let us know who your favorite naturalista was in the comments below.