Last night’s Golden Globes kicked off awards season, aka the official predictor of the trends your clients will be lusting after in 2019. To give you a head start, we’ve rounded up the best hair looks, with the scoop on how to create them.
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2019 Resolution: For any curly-haired clients hating on their curls, show them Thandie Newton’s divine disco curls. Celebrity stylist Nai’vasha (@naivashaintl) was the star behind this style.
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For Theron’s half-up hairstyle, celebrity hairstylist Adir Abergel (@hairbyadir) was inspired by her Dior gown (and who could blame him). “The color-blocking in the dress inspired me to create complimentary contrast in the hair with the half-up style,” he said. “ I played with dual textures—high shine in the back with soft texture through the front.”
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Co-host and an award-winner at the Globes, Oh also nailed her beauty look. Celebrity hairstylist Ted Gibson (@tedgibson) created her Hollywood-glam ‘do, curling strands and setting them with pins to keep bounce, then securing the bottom into a faux bob.
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Celebrity hairstylist Christine Symonds (@christinesymondshair) gave Cuoco a “simple, effortless, and cool” hairstyle, she said, but because it was an awards show, she added a sparkle accessory in the back.
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Gaga got her winter blue hue thanks to the creative magic of celebrity hairstylist Frederic Aspiras (@fredericaspiras), who also crafted her red-carpet style, sweeping her hair into a ponytail and twisting hair into a half bun, leaving the ends of the hair out to each side of the head, then curling them into shape.
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Celebrity hairstylist Jenny Cho (@jennychohair) created the wavy bob of every girl’s dreams at the Globes. “Lucy is the golden goddess of the night, with this head-turning Celine dress. I love her hair cut right now, so for this look I wanted to add body and texture for an extra glamorous look,” Cho said.
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Monáe donned an Egyptian-themed look on the carpet and tapped her go-to woman for all things hair, celebrity hairstylist Nikki Nelms (@nikkinelms), to create the intricate braided ‘do. She topped off the style with a gold leather hat, because she can.
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Mara turned it out on the red carpet with the ultimate updo inspo. Celebrity hairstylist Ryan Richman (@ryanrichman) slicked her hair back and up into a tight topknot, then wrapped the base with thin gold glitter twine.
If you haven’t fallen in love with Midge in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Brosnahan’s red carpet look is one more reason to. Celebrity stylist Ashley Streicher (@streicherhair) pulled the actress’ hair into a low and tousled, romantic look, leaving the front soft and side-parted to complement the golden yellow Prada gown with an open neckline and back bow detail.
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Curtis traded in her salt-and-pepper hair for an icy-white hue just in time for the Globes, and people are loving it. Celebrity hairstylist Sean James (@seanjameshair) blow-dried her hair with a round brush for volume and lift, resulting in a timeless style.
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Celebrity hairstylist Justine Marjan (@justinemarjan) created Elba’s flawless, soft waves at the Globes, detailing the hairline with extra hairspray and a toothbrush.
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For Blunt’s fierce and feminine look, celebrity hairstylist Laini Reeves (@laini_reeves) took inspo from Joan of Arc. Reeves created a Dutch braid (aka fishtail) “because it showed femininity but with undone texture,” she said. Neil Lane vintage jewels were entwined in the braid for extra sparkle.
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Kidman opted for a classic style, and celebrity hairstylist Kylee Heath (@kyleeheathhair) delivered. She sectioned out the front of the hair and pulled the rest into a low ponytail. Then she curled loose hair and wrapped the pony into a low bun, tying the style together with a black velvet bow.