Golden Globes' Hot Heads

By Melissa Hill | 01/19/2010 3:00:00 AM


Ahhh....there's nothing better than some good, old-fashioned Monday morning quarterbacking—or in this case, Tuesday morning. Time for us to decide the true winners and losers in the style game after this past weekend's splashy Golden Globes 'do. Who brought their A-game? And who, maybe, should have stayed home? In all fairness, it was raining, so some hair might not have held up the way it was supposed to. We talked to stylists from around the country to get their picks. Agree? Disagree? Read on, and then comment below.


January Jones
“January used this simple black ribbon in perfect proportions. It's not too thin and not too thick, and she has the right amount of height on her crown. It created a sleek yet demure look, bringing all the attention to her gorgeous face.”
—Nick Arrojo, owner, ARROJO Studio

“I loved January Jones' clean look...I don't care how 'out there' hair is as long as it is clean.”
—Barbara Lhotan, stylist and manager, ElieElie Salon, and Modern contributor

Sandra Bullock

“Sandra Bullock changed her look completely with this gorgeous updo that was a big departure from how she usually wears her hair, which is typically worn down with very little styling. A lot of work went into this style with the loose finger waves gently tucked under into an asymmetrical bob. It was flawless all the way around.”
—Don Bewley, co-founder, Eufora

“Loved the asymmetry of Sandra Bullock's long hair. At first I was put off by it, but after taking a longer look I saw the balance, form and texture that made it work for me.”
—Sam Brocato, owner, Sam Brocato Salon

Sigourney Weaver

“She looked lovely with her retro 1940s inspired hair do. The skip wave in front was soft, feminine and sexy!”
—Don Bewley, co-founder, Eufora

Emily Blunt
“Emily Blunt's center part exudes soft hair with body and shine that maximizes sensuality and classiness to its fullest.”
—Brian Perry, Celebrity Hair Stylist & International Color Artist, Farouk

“Emily looked young, fresh and perfectly polished despite the rainy weather on Sunday. Her waves were soft and romantic and the length was quite flattering on her. An overall effortless look.”
—Nick Arrojo, owner, ARROJO Studio

Meryl Streep

“I thought she looked lovely. She does not overdo her appearance in any way, and works well with exactly who she is. Her hair was in an elegant yet simple updo, and truly looked beautiful.”
—Marco Pelusi, owner, Marco Pelusi Hair Studio

Olivia Wilde

“The dark tresses of Olivia Wilde won the best updo of the evening. Her style took "disheveled elegance" to a whole new meaning. The sweep to the crown and the bundles of soft curl that cascade perfectly along the back of her shoulders. This one will be a big salon hit for the season!”
—John Simpson, Goldwell International Guest Artist

Zoe Saldana

“She wins best dressed hands down. With super shiny sleek waves flowing ever so softly with her dress—it makes for every woman’s dream look. The hair, the dress, the make up, adds up to an astounding picture perfect look.”
—Brian Perry, Celebrity Hair Stylist & International Color Artist, Farouk

Christina Hendricks
“I can't get the image out of my mind of the perfect copper red hair color, the innocent comb out of long wavy tresses, and the most amazing soft peach Christian Siriano gown, with the shape and color to accentuate this beauty. I give huge applause to Christina Hendricks of "Mad Men!”
—John Simpson, Goldwell International Guest Artist

“Christina Hendricks, fire red—always a classic!”
—Becci Renfro, Progressions Salon & Day Spa

“The men stole the show! The tux's were fantastic and their hair was new and fresh, with amazing cuts and finishes. I swear I am not just being partial to the boys, they however totally upstaged the gals!”
—John Simpson, Goldwell International Guest Artist

“The men, oh the men! Geez, they sure are making the guys cute these days! Of course George Clooney is always a classic hottie. Simon Baker—I just want to run my fingers through his hair. Zach Levi and Matt Damon are so clean cut and classic.”
—Becci Renfro, Progressions Salon & Day Spa


Calista Flockhart

“Unfortunately, Calista's look was too messy and undone for such a high profile red carpet event. The look is too young for her, but she could have pulled off the low-ponytail with some extra finishing and polish.”
—Nick Arrojo, owner, ARROJO Studio

Patricia Arquette

“She looked as if she had been electrocuted. Her hair looked unhealthy and over-bleached, as if it hadn't been combed in weeks. It's a shame because she is such a beauty.”
—Don Bewley, co-founder, Eufora

Drew Barrymore

“I love Drew Barrymore, but last night her hair missed the mark for me.”
—Sam Brocato, owner, Sam Brocato Salon







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