Editorial and celebrity hair stylist, Giannandrea, whose roster of clients include Naomi Watts, Megan Fox and Scarlett Johansson, worked his magic on Naomi Watt’s hair for the 71st annual Golden Globes using Macadamia Natural Oil products. Watts wore her long bob sleek and straight with a side-part for a chic look to complement her embellished retro halter gown with sheer side cut outs by Tom Ford. “We opted for a straight blowout to feed off the sexiness and edginess of her dress,” Giannandrea explained.
At last night's 2014 Golden Globe Awards, celebrity stylist Rod Ortega created a soft, romantic faux-bob for actress Tatiana Maslany. Inspired by Greta Garbo and the old Hollywood of the late 1930's, Ortega put a modern spin on the vintage look. The overall effect was chic and glamorous.Get the Look:1. To prep Maslany's hair, Ortega began by blow drying with the T3 Evolution LongLife Dryer and T3 Anti-Gravity 2.5” Barrel Brush to smooth out, but still maintain body and texture.
Actress Julie Bowen opted for a romantic hairstyle for last night's 2014 Golden Globe Awards. The look, while reminiscent of classic vintage hairstyles, was both chic and modern, giving the "Modern Family" star an elegant appearance.Get the Look:1. Celebrity stylist Jill Crosby began by applying a dry mousse to Bowen's hair and then blow-drying using the T3 Evolution LongLife dryer with T3 Diffuser. As she dried, Crosby used her hands to scrunch the hair throughout creating volume and texture.
Celebrity stylist Aviva created an elegant and timeless hairstyle for nominee Anna Gunn at the 2014 Golden Globes. Inspired by Grace Kelly, the look was simple yet chic with a hint of old Hollywood glamour.Get the Look:1. Starting with wet hair, Aviva used a volumizing spray to coat the hair from roots to ends. Next she blew out Gunn's hair in sections using the T3 Evolution LongLife Dryer and the T3 Anti-Gravity 2.5” Barrel Brush.
At last night's Golden Globe Awards, presenter Jessica Chastain looked simply stunning wearing a classic, swept-back hairstyle. The actress "wanted her off her face and wavy," says Oribe, who styled the look. The style perfectly complemented Chastain's Givenchy gown and vintage Bvlgari necklace.Get the Look:1. Blow dry hair with Oribe Grandiose Hair Plumping Mousse for texture and movement; then add Thick Dry Finishing Spray for fullness.
Celebrity hairstylist Ryan Trygstad created the gorgeous look for Taylor Schilling for the 2014 Golden Globes using Leonor Greyl products.Ryan explains:We wanted to go with a look that was a bit 80s, late 70s. Hair that was bigger on the bottom, but nothing too stylized. Taylor is wearing this gorgeous emerald silk dress with gold heels and reminds me of Sharon Stone in Scarface, it has that sexy 70s vibe.
Celebrity makeup artist Karen Kawahara created a stunning makeup look for Julia Louis-Dreyfus at the 2014 Golden Globes using Votre Vu products. Louis-Dreyfus's bright orangey-red dress inspired Kawahara to focus the look on a stronger eye with a lighter lip. Get the Look:
Robert Vetica styles Cate Blanchett for the Golden Globes using the Vidal Sassoon Pro Series. Robert and Cate went for a timeless look – a style that was perfectly suited for one of the biggest award shows of the year. Inspired by Grace Kelly’s classic hair look, Cate knew they wanted to create a glamorous look from head to toe. Cate’s classic and captivating hairstyle is truly timeless and complements her Armani Couture black lace dress with a low back. To finish the look, Robert tucked her hair on the left side to showcase the gorgeous Chopard earrings.
At last night's 2014 Golden Globe Awards, host and award-winner for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Comedy or Musical, Amy Poehler looked beautifully understated with a sexy yet natural makeup look. Celebrity makeup artist Brett Freedman, who created the look using Votre Vu products, says, “for Amy's triple duties at this year's Golden Globes (red carpet, host & nominee) I wanted to give her a vivid, sexy look that felt fresh, not overdone."Get the Look:
Stylist Shelley Brien wanted to create a classic Hollywood look with a modern twist for Emma Watson's first time attending the Golden Globes. To show off the dress’s low back, Shelley thought a chic chignon would be the perfect style to complement the modern look.Here’s how Shelley created Emma’s look:1. First spray Vidal Sassoon Pro Series Heat Protect & Shine Spray to damp hair. Take a medium sized boar bristle round brush and blow dry hair so that it’s straight and smooth.