click image to zoomGetty Images for MoetAmy Adams attend Moet & Chandon At The 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards Red Carpet at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 13, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Moet) HITS
I loved Amy Adams old Hollywood Glamour, it was shiny and well executed. The marcel iron wave and tucked under chignon was a true hit on the red carpet with her Marchesa dress.
Megan Fox was timeless Hollywood curls. Jennifer Lawrence and Julianne Hough wore a younger fresh Hollywood glamour.
Jennifer’s hair was a beautiful twisted texture and pinned at the nape in a soft chignon. Julianne was edgier with her look especially since her hair color is platinum blonde. I love the volume she has in the front and loved the strong part and messy twisted wrap.
Buns, buns, boring blowouts and giddy- up and ride your Ponytail to the Golden Globes. C’mon ladies…we all know how to do a shower bun and mall ponytail. If you are going to the gym to work out then fine but not the Golden Globes. There were a few blow outs that could have looked fresher as well.
Kate Hudson was STUNNING however her hair up would have finished the look. I wonder, did the designers tell the celebs to wear the hair in buns and ponytails because they do not want to distract from their design?
Jennifer MacDougall Jennifer MacDougall, a L’Oréal Professionnel Ambassador and a freelance session stylist, has been a two-time winner of the North American Hair Colorist of the Year Award (NAHA) and Canadian Master Hairstylist of the Year –youngest hairdresser to ever win this prestigious award.