Golden Globes Hair 360
For her first big event as a blonde bombshell, Kate really does it up, sporting a teased French twist with plenty of fluffy volume in the front.
We knew someone would do braids on the red carpet, and the best actress winner's Grecian-inspired version exceeded our expectations. Stylist Laini Reeves used Charles Worthington Salon At Home products to create the intricate coiled effect.
You don't need a fancy updo or crazy braid when your hair is this freaking gorgeous. The mom-to-be styles her long ombré hair in tousled, over-the-shoulder waves (courtesy of pro Lona Vigi, who used Oscar Blandi products).
The New Girl star's dress received mixed reactions, but her pretty, side-swept updo, created by stylist Shelley Brien for Pantene and adorned with a Jennifer Behr flower accessory, is undeniably a winner.
Emma's daring pants aren't the only eye-catching part of her look. Stylist Shelley Brian gave the star a chic updo with face-framing wisps using Vidal Sassoon Pro Series products.
She usually wears her hair wavy or in a complicated updo, but Kayley tries something different now that she's a newlywed, opting for a super-sleek side-swept look.
When you're decked out in a custom Gucci gown with an elaborate beaded neckline, it's best to do like Mila and slick your hair into a tight bun that lets the dress get all the attention.
Red carpet ponytails will never go out of style. Case in point: the low, side-parted version Sandra pairs with her gorgeous Prabal Gurung gown.
We like the Modern Family actress's braided crown so much that we tried it on our hair spirit animal, Jared Leto.