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January Jones had beautiful hair courtesy Mark Townsend

Maggie Mulhern | July 10, 2011 | 8:50 PM

January Jones had beautiful hair courtesy Mark TownsendMark Townsend was inspired by the black Lanvin dress worn byJanuary Jones at the 67th Annual Golden Globes this past Sunday night to give her a winning "do". There weren't a lot of headbands on the red carpet (like none), but Townsend made the bold decision and was applauded by critics and fellow stylists alike.

"As soon as I saw the dress I knew I wanted to put her hair up," said Townsend, "I think that adding the satin ribbon as a headband gave a classic French twist with a very modern edge."

Townsend first applied a small amount of Moroccanoil Treatment to January's damp hair and blew it dry with a round brush.

He then took a dollop of Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream and then finger combed the hair to give a soft hold and add mores hine to leave the hair extremely smooth.

Finally, he gathered the hair into a French twist and secured with about 10 bobby pins. "To give her a progressive, chic look I used satin ribbon as a headband."

January may not have won a globe in her category of "Actress in a Television Drama" (she stars in Mad Men), but we give Ms. Jones and Mr. Townsend OUR award for "Great Hair on the Red Carpet."

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