Golden Globes: Best & Worst Hair
TERI HATCHER: BEST
Golden Globe winner Teri Hatcher (for best actress in a TV comedy for Desperate Housewives) frames her bright smile with tousled locks that give her an effortlessly sexy appeal.
MARCIA CROSS: BEST
Hatcher's fellow Desperate Housewife (and nominee for best actress in a TV comedy) Marcia Cross also wears waves. Her auburn tresses recall a touch of 1940s screen goddess Veronica Lake's sophisticated style.
JOELY RICHARDSON: WORST
Nip/Tuck's Joely Richardson, a nominee for best actress in a TV drama, looks ultra-severe with her blonde locks pulled back so tightly.
JENNIFER GARNER: BEST
A flirty, 12-carat-diamond crescent clip by Harry Winston dresses up Alias star (and best actress in a TV drama nominee) Jennifer Garner's soft, flowing style.
DEBI MAZAR: WORST
Debi Mazar (from the Globe-nominated TV comedy Entourage) is known for her daring fashion sense, but this teased do looks stiff and fails to flatter her face.
DEBRA MESSING: BEST
Score another one for curls: Nominee Debra Messing (for best actress in a TV comedy for Will amp Grace) wears her signature red waves with a pretty side part.
CLAIRE DANES: BEST
Globes presenter Claire Danes (who stars on the big screen next in Shopgirl with Steve Martin) goes for a polished, uptown look with sleek blonde tresses.
EMILY WATSON: WORST
Nominee Emily Watson (for best supporting actress in a TV movie for The Life and Death of Peter Sellers) goes for a loose updo but ends up looking unkempt.
MEGAN MULLALLY: WORST
Funny lady Megan Mullally (costar of the Globe-nominated TV comedy Will amp Grace) took her red-carpet look down a notch with an overwhelmingly curly bob.