Golden Globes '06 Best & Worst Hair
EVA LONGORIA: BEST
The Desperate Housewives star and best actress nominee is elegant with her long, cascading locks. The perfect complement to her tresses: her diamond drop earrings.
JENNY MCCARTHY: WORST
Funny lady McCarthy goes for a retro look with a '60s-inspired bouffant, but ends up looking silly instead of sexy.
PENELOPE CRUZ: WORST
Someone went a little wild with the hairspray: The Spanish siren overwhelms her petite features with her seriously big do.
JESSICA ALBA: BEST
Alba shines in a loose shoulder-length style with delicate waves and subtle highlights.
ALANIS MORISSETTE: WORST
Farrah Fawcett, anyone? The normally brunette singer (nominated for best song for "Wunderkind" from The Chronicles of Narnia) gives a feathered blonde look a spin, but should've stuck to her roots.
JOHNNY DEPP: WORST
He's no slave to fashion, but it would have been nice if Depp, nominated for best actor for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, had run a comb through his unruly locks.
KYRA SEDGWICK: BEST
The best actress nominee (for The Closer) frames her face with curly tendrils for an utterly feminine effect.
CYNTHIA NIXON: WORST
Nixon, a best actress nominee for the TV movie Warm Springs, looks lackluster with her half-up, half-down do.
CHARLIZE THERON: BEST
The North Country best actress nominee opts for simple and chic with her easy waves.
MARIA BELLO: BEST
Bello, nominated for her role in A History of Violence, looks like an old-fashioned movie goddess with her upswept locks, accented with a graceful gardenia.
MARIAH CAREY: WORST
The music diva hits a sour note with her fussy updo, featuring strands of hair nearly plastered to the sides of her head.
MARCIA CROSS: BEST
The Desperate Housewife's softly pulled-back red tresses beautifully offset her peaches-and-cream complexion.