The Golden Globes saw two extremes last night when it came to hair.
Which trend do you prefer?
Amy Adams went for all-out glamour with a retro up-do that wouldn’t have looked out of place in an episode of Downton Abbey.
Laini Reeves for Moroccanoil, combined Old Hollywood and Deco references for the hairstyle.
Get Amy’s Deco Up-do:
'First I shampooed the hair with Moroccanoil Extra Volume Shampoo and Moroccanoil Extra Volume Conditioner.
After making a side part and brushing the hair into place, I rough dried it using my fingers. I placed a clip in the spot where I wanted the wave to start.
Next, I misted Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine Spray from root to end. Then I used a large crimping iron to form the wave, taking 2” vertical sections, starting at a face-flattering point alongside the corner of the eyebrow.
I brushed it through with a soft bristle brush, then pulled it to the lower right side of the nape. After making a ponytail, I twisted the hair around my fingers and rolled it into a little bun supported with gold pins.
I sprayed the look with Moroccanoil Luminious Hairspray'.
Not all were up-dos, however, many of the retro hairstyles were interpreted as sideswept waves like Nicole Richie’s. Suave Professionals® Stylist, Jenny Cho styled Richie’s hair for the awards.
Here’s how to recreate Richie’s Retro Hairstyle:
Wash hair, then blow-dry hair using a large paddle brush.
Part your hair on the side and begin curling with a one-inch barrel curling iron. Be sure to hold the curling barrel horizontal to the head.
After curling each section, use to hold in place while they cool.
Blast hair all over with a hairdryer on cool shot for 2 minutes to help set the curls.
Remove the pins, lightly brush the hair to soften curls and finish with hairspray.
Use a little serum or hair oil to add shine and disguise flyaways.
Just because it’s an awards ceremony doesn’t meant hair or even make-up needs to be too ‘done’. In fact it’s quite refreshing and modern to see an effortless hairstyle paired with a beautiful gown.
Amanda Seyfried’s hair was a winning look, it was simple yet beautiful. To get the look follow her stylist jenny Cho’s tips:
“The inspiration for today was to not over do it. Keeping Amanda’s hair simply sexy and shiny and showing off her beautiful hair with texture” says Jenny Cho.
Recreate Amanda's Effortless Waves:
Apply a volumising mousse all over damp hair and layer up with a small amount of conditioner.
Blow dry with a round brush to smooth out the hair.
Centre part the hair. Then with a 1-inch curling iron, mist each section with hairspray and curl each section from the nape all the way through the front. Alternate sections away from the face and towards the face.
Once the hair is set and has cooled off, apply a drop or two of serum into palms, then flip hair up side down and run hands through the hair.
Flip hair back and with hairspray to finish.
Anne Hathaway kept her short hairstyle natural with a soft tousled texture. Frederic Fekkai stylist Adir Abergel styled the Les Miserables star’s hair for the night keeping it loose and romantic.
To get Anne’s pretty hairstyle:
Begin by applying Fekkai COIFF Bouffant Lifting & Texturizing Spray Gel on freshly washed hair. Spray the hair from roots to ends to create maximum volume and add texture.
As hair begins to naturally dry, finger-comb it into place. Finish drying the hair by blow drying it with a diffuser, using only your hands to create soft, natural waves.
Next, apply Fekkai COIFF Nonchalant Piecing & Forming Wax to add additional texture and to intensify the look.
Finish the look with a misting of hairspray.