2016 Golden Globes: Recreate Your Favorite Beauty Looks

The Golden Globes is known not only for honoring TV and film's top actors and actresses, but also for the gorgeous fashion and stunning beauty looks seen on the red carpet. This year's awards, held on Sunday, January 10, was no exception. Stars from the small and silver screens came decked out in an array of beauty looks that ranged from trendy to classic - and all incredibly chic. Below, we've compiled some of our favorite looks of the night, along with how-tos straight from the red carpet beauty pros, so you can recreate these gorgeous styles in the salon!

Stay tuned as we continue to update this story with more how-tos from the 2016 Golden Globe Awards!


  • Alicia Vikander

    The Look: Twisted Bun
    Stylist: Chris Naselli


    1. Generously apply TRESemmé Perfectly (un)Done Sea Salt Spray to damp hair from roots to tips to create texture and hold, then roughly blow-dry.
    2. Next, create a deep side part.
    3. Mix TRESemmé Make Waves Shaping Gel Cream and TRESemmé Keratin Infusion Smoothing Serum together and apply to the strands, then begin twisting the front section of hair starting at the part. Twist hair up and away from the face, towards the nape of the neck to create a roll. Using a comb, smooth and slick the sides of the hair to avoid unwanted fly-aways.
    4. Pull loose hair, including the coil, into a low ponytail and twist the lengths into a bun, securing with hairpins.
    5. Complete the look by misting hair with TRESemmé TRES Two Extra Firm Hairspray for an all night hold.



    The Look: It-Girl Glow
    Makeup Artist: Julia Dalton-Brush


    1. Start with a medium-coverage foundation - Julia's favorite is Make Up Forever's HD Foundation. Make sure to blend! Beauty blenders are the best way to achieve a flawless foundation look. Finish your base off with a translucent powder and then a powder a few shades darker than your skin tone for a light contour on your jaw bone.
    2. For Alicia's shimmering lids, make sure to prime, then apply Charlotte Tilbury’s Eyes To Mesmerise in Bette and blend it out. Use a darker shimmer in the crease and along your lower lash line.
    3. Then, fill your brows in sparingly, so they look natural, but full.


    Nails (not pictured)

    The Look: Diamond Shimmer
    Manicurist: Deborah Lippman


    1. Deborah prepped the nails using her signature 5-step manicure technique: First, she cleansed the nails with The Stripper nail lacquer remover, shaped the nails with her Smooth Operator 4-way nail buffe, exfoliated with Cuticle Remover, and hydrated the hand and nails with Rich Girl SPF 25 Hand Cream and The Cure, respectively.  
    2. Deborah applied a layer of Turn Back Time to correct and conceal discoloring imperfections before lacquer application.
    3. Next, she applied one coat (one coat for pedicure as well) of divine diamond shimmer, Bring On The Bling for a hint of glitz.
    4. She topped off the look with a layer of Gel Lab Top Coat.
    5. After allowing the nails to dry one minute, she applied a drop of the new quick dry drops, The Wait Is Over.
  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus

    The Look: "Model Off-Duty"
    Stylist: David Gardner


    1. "Start with a clean canvas by using a shampoo specific to your [client's] hair type," says Gardner. "For Julia, I used the ColorProof Crazy Smooth Anti-Frizz Shampoo. Apply to the root area, massage gently and then let the water simply rinse it away with minimal rubbing. Those with an oily scalp should skip the massage altogether as it can stimulate the oil glands and weigh down your look. Julia, like most women, has different types of waves- some curlier, some straighter. This product will even out the texture beautifully and calm any fly-aways in advance.
    2. "Next, I added a little ColorProof Crazy Smooth Anti-Frizz Conditioner to the mid-lengths and ends. If you have a full head of bleach, by all means condition all over. Julia has very healthy hair - only one process - so only using conditioner where it’s necessary will help maintain the volume we want to achieve.
    3. "Next, towel-dry gently and apply an egg-sized amount of the ColorProof LiftIt Color Protect Foam Mousse. Use a wide-tooth comb to apply evenly throughout and add more where you want the most volume. I gave Julia a little extra on top, not so much on the sides.
    4. "Styling soaking wet hair is not only damaging, but a total waste of time. You should gently blow the hair on low until it's damp and cold. Styling should only happen when your hair is taken from damp to bone-dry.
    5. "Once the hair is almost dry, lay out a medium round brush, a few Velcro rollers, ColorProof TextureCharge Color Protect Texture + Finishing Spray and blow dryer on a non-slip towel. Take the whole front section of the hair (about 2 inches from the front) straight back, and lightly brush through with the round brush. Spray the TextureCharge spray all the way from root to ends and then wrap that section around the brush, getting good tension at the roots up and away from the scalp. Hold tight, pick up the dryer and slowly blow the rolled section on low warm heat. When it gets hot, put the dryer down and brush out. You may need to roll and unroll a few times, but remember, this will stay all night long. It’s worth it and you'll get quicker and quicker.
    6. "Once the hair is dry and hot, go back through the hair by taking 1-inch sections with a 1-inch curling iron. For Julia’s corkscrew look, leave the end of the hair out for a youthful looking bend to the shaft. During this part you should also leave in two Velcro rollers on top to really set the volume.
    7. "The final step is to set your hair with a mist of ColorProof HumidityRx Anti-Frizz Weatherproof Spray (as we all know, LA humidity can wreak havoc on the hair!). Once the hair has cooled, take out the rollers and use the comb to loosen as desired. Natural touch ability + hold is the goal for this look. This David Gardner setting method will have you bouncing all night."

    Hair Color:

    The Look: Rich Mocha
    Colorist: Tracey Cunningham for Redken

    Natural level 5, Light Brown

    2 oz. Chromatics Clear
    2 oz. 30 vol. Chromatics Oil in Cream Developer

    BASE FORMULA - Hairline
    3⁄4 oz. 7NN (7.0) Chromatics Ultra Rich
    3⁄4 oz. 6NN (6.0) Chromatics Ultra Rich
    1⁄2 oz. 6NA (6.01) Chromatics Ultra Rich
    2 oz. 20 vol. Chromatics Oil in Cream Developer

    BASE FORMULA- Zone 1
    1⁄2 oz. 6NN (6.0) Chromatics Ultra Rich
    1⁄2 oz. 6Ab (6.1) Chromatics Ultra Rich
    1⁄2 oz. 5NN (5.0) Chromatics Ultra Rich
    1⁄2 oz. 5NA (5.01) Chromatics Ultra Rich
    2 oz. 10 vol. Chromatics Oil in Cream Developer

    BASE FORMULA - Zone 2-3
    1 oz. 6Ab (6.1) Chromatics Ultra Rich
    2 oz. 30 vol. Chromatics Oil in Cream Developer

    3⁄4 oz. 08N Mojave Shades EQ Gloss
    3⁄4 oz. 09B Sterling Shades EQ Gloss
    1⁄2 oz. 000 Crystal Clear Shades EQ Gloss 2 oz. Shades EQ Processing Solution

  • Caitriona Balfe

    The Look: Sleek and Chic Pony
    Stylist: Giannandrea


    1. Apply Macadamia Professional Blow Dry Lotion from mid-length to ends of wet hair.
    2. Section a sharp middle part and blow-dry the hair in mid-sized sections with a Macadamia Professional 53mm Hot Curling Boar Brush to create a sleek, straight blowout.
    3. Once hair is dry, smooth a quarter-sized amount of Macadamia Professional Nourishing Moisture Oil Treatment from roots to ends.
    4. Brush the hair with a Macadamia Professional Boar Bristle Paddle Brush through the length to increase shine and smoothness. Using the brush, direct all hair back to the nape of the neck to form a smooth low ponytail with the sides also smooth and taut. Tie ponytail with a hair elastic.
    5. Take a 1-inch section of hair from the bottom of the ponytail and wrap it counterclockwise around the ponytail. Secure with bobby-pins and spray with Macadamia Professional Style Lock Strong Hold Hairspray for extra hold.
    6. To add shine and hydration, spray Macadamia Professional Weightless Moisture Dry Oil Micro Mist over both sides and down the length of the ponytail. Spray Macadamia Professional Style Lock Strong Hold Hairspray over the completed look to lock the style in place.
  • Leslie Mann

    The Look: Effortless Waves
    Stylist: Lona Vigi


    1. Prep towel-dried hair with Nexxus New York Salon Care Mousse Plus to add natural volume, tame fly-aways and weightlessly support the wavy style.
    2. Blow-dry the hair in large sections to create a smooth base.
    3. Once the hair is thoroughly dry, use a styling wand to create vertical waves in 1-inch sections throughout the head.
    4. Run fingers through hair to separate the curls and finish with a light spray of the Nexxus New York Salon Care Frizz Defy Finishing Mist to provide long-lasting hold and maintain the polished, frizz-free look.
  • Lea Michelle

    The Look: Sleek, Center-Parted Braid
    Stylist: John D.


    1. Prep towel-dried hair by raking a dollop of TRESemmé Climate Control Mousse from roots to ends to provide grip and texture for creating the braid.
    2. Blow-dry hair in sections, using a large round brush to add body throughout.
    3. Once dry, create a center part and brush all hair toward the nape of the neck and secure into a low ponytail.
    4. Divide ponytail into three even sections and braid into a traditional three-plait braid, securing the end with a small elastic.
    5. Apply a small amount of TRESemmé Climate Control Mousse to fingertips and smooth any fly-aways by directing hair down from the part and behind the ears.
    6. Spray TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Frizz-Free Hold Hairspray all over to set the style while providing extra hold and shine.
  • Sophia Bush

    The Look: Modern Low Ponytail
    Stylist: Peter Butler


    1. "To begin, the hair was blown dry with no volume using the T3 PROi dryer," says Butler. "This dryer is perfect because it is lightweight and powerful.
    2. "I then flat-ironed the hair in medium-sized sections with the T3 SinglePass 2 Styling Iron to heat seal the cuticle and provide maximum shine while smoothing the look.
    3. "I then secured the ponytail with a crochet elastic - we couldn’t take any chances of the ponytail falling out on the red carpet!"
  • Laverne Cox

    The Look: Loose, Romantic Updo
    Stylist: Ursula Stephen


    1. "Beginning with clean, dry hair, I sectioned into 4 parts in preparation for curling," says Stephen.
    2. "Using the 1.5-inch attachment of the T3 Whirl Convertible, I curled 1-inch sections, alternating the direction of the curl and pinning to the head as I went.
    3. "After I removed the pins, I brushed the curls out and used a smoothing serum to tame fly-aways.
    4. "Next, I pulled her hair into a side pony and secured with an elastic. I gently pulled the short top layers out of the pony and put to the side.
    5. "To shape the chignon, I twirled the hair in the pony and secured to side of the head with hairpins.
    6. "To finish, I shaped the shorter layers to frame the face and applied a generous amount of hairspray for a strong hold."


    Nails (not pictured)

    The Look: Green with Envy
    Manicurist: Melissa DeLaCruz

    Colors Used:
    Caption Polish's This Old Thing and Create Change

  • Sarah Hay

    The Look: Luxurious Curls
    Stylist: Megan Lanoux


    1. "To begin, I prepped hair with a smoothing cream and sectioned in preparation for blow-drying with the T3 PROi Dryer," says Lanoux.
    2. "Once hair was dry, I used the T3 SinglePass 2 flat iron at the root, as I wanted it as smooth as possible before curling.
    3. "After sectioning the hair into 5 parts, I started at the nape of the neck, and curled the hair away from her face with the 1.5-inch barrel attachment of the T3 Whirl Convertible.
    4. "I pinned each curl to her head as I went to allow for cooling. After 20 minutes, I unpinned the curls and brushed out the hair with a boar bristle brush to smooth and break up the curl."
  • Rachel Bloom

    The Look: Textured, Piece-y Waves
    Stylist: Creighton Bowman


    1. "To begin, I applied Volume Builder by Matrix from root to end and blew out the hair using the T3 PROi dryer," says Bowman.
    2. "I then created a deep side part and, using 2-inch vertical sections, I waved the entire head with the T3 Whirl Convertible Styling Iron.
    3. "For an undone textured look, I passed the T3 SinglePass 2 flat iron over large sections to give the hair a 'next day' look."
  • Kate Hudson

    The Look: Textured, A-Line Lob - “We were joking around and just decided to cut it right before Kate started her makeup!” says Babaii, “It’s all very Kate Hudson!”
    Stylist: David Babaii


    1. Babaii started with damp hair, applying Pai-Shau Biphasic Infusion to quickly prime, de-frizz and nourish the hair without any residue. “I love the way it weightlessly hydrates,” says Babaii.
    2. Babaii then applied the lightweight Pai-Shau Royal Abundance Mousse for soft body and structure, and blow-dried the hair with his ghd Air Hairdryer using the ghd Paddle Brush to build in texture and movement.
    3. He then used a ghd’s new Platinum White Styler Flat Iron, taking random sections to shape and define volume and creating a wavy texture by curving the flat-ironed hair with his hands. “The platinum white styler is perfect for the control needed to get the precise texture we wanted.”
    4. Babaii finished the look with a touch of new Pai-Shau Sublime Hold Hairspray, which created flexible hold without any build-up. “We wanted to keep everything looking effortlessly light and natural,” says Babaii.
  • Kate Bosworth

    The Look: Sleek, Glam Chignon
    Stylist: Bridget Brager


    1. "On damp hair, I used a dime-sized amount of Moroccanoil Treatment Light for smoothness and shine," says Brager.
    2. "To create lots of volume, hold and lift, I applied Moroccanoil Root Boost to Kate’s roots and layered on Moroccanoil Thickening Lotion – raking it from root to tip with my fingers.
    3. "Using the Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Round Brush, I blow-dried the hair in large sections creating volume.
    4. "For the style, I began by creating a natural offset part, using my finger to add a slight wave, and then brushed the hair into a sleek ponytail at the back, mid-center of her head.
    5. "Using Moroccanoil Treatment Light, I smoothed the lengths of the ponytail, twisted it into a tight chignon and secured with hairpins.
    6. "Lastly, I misted hair with Moroccanoil Luminous Hair Spray to set the look and add red carpet-worthy shine."
  • Amy Schumer

    The Look: Deep Black Nails (left)
    Manicurist: Deborah Lippman


    1. After prepping the nails using her 5-step manicure, Deborah applied her Fade To Black over one coat of Gel Lab Base Coat.
    2. She then she sealed the look with a coat of Gel Lab Top Coat.


    Hair Color

    The Look: Blonder is Better
    Colorist: Rona O'Connor


    1. Rona used Goldwell Elumen Gloss to reflect the soft dimension she created in Amy's tones. Elumen Gloss also added high-shine, making her hair ready for her red carpet hairstylist, Kimberly Gueldner.
  • Cate Blanchett

    The Look: Fashion-Forward, Braided Updo
    Stylist: Robert Vetica


    1. The “getting ready” process starts in the shower, and when your hair is going through the ringer of award season, the nourishing Philip Kingsley Moisture Balancing Shampoo and Conditioner are great options for keeping hair looking and feeling its best.
    2. The Philip Kingsley Maximizer was sprayed all over Cate's clean, wet hair, creating shiny and manageable strands. Hair was then sectioned off and spritzed from root to tip, applying more at the roots to give hair a nice bounce.
    3. Next, hair was continuously brushed with a paddle brush, starting at the hair line and working all the way down to the ends until hair was straight and the Maximizer was evenly distributed throughout.
    4. "I started drying with the ghd air hairdryer and brushing with the ghd paddle brush," says Vetica. "I then separated her hair into 3 sections and finished drying with the ghd ceramic vented radial brush size 2 to create volume. To eliminate frizz I smoothed her hair with the new ghd white platinum styler. This amazing flat iron features ghd’s tri-zone technology which allows him to style hair at the optimal temperature of 365 degrees while also giving added shine. I next created a deep side part and braided a section all the way around the back of her head, leaving one section of her hair down. Once I finished the braid, I began pinning back pieces to create a loose style."
    5. Before straightening, a small amount of the Philip Kingsley Minimizer was applied to the ends of the hair to eliminate any fly-aways and add a silky, smooth finish. Hair was then flat-ironed in the same fashion it was blow-dried, working from bottom to top.  
    6. Next, Robert created a deep part that was exaggerated to one side of her head, and then worked the remaining hair down around the back into a pretty loose but firm braid, keeping in mind that it would loosen once the look was complete.
    7. Once the style was secured, a fashionable "wispy" look was created with a solid but not overdone amount of texture using the Philip Kingsley Texturizer. Random pieces around the face, top and side of the head were loosened, and small pieces were pulled out from the braid in a fluffing-like fashion.
    8. The look was secured with bobby pins and set with the Philip Kingsley Weatherproof Hairspray.


  • Maura Tierney

    The Look: Neutral Nails
    Manicurist: Melissa DeLaCruz

    Colors Used:
    Caption Polish's Let Life Unfold

  • Natalie Dormer

    The Look: Soft, Petal-Pink Nails
    Manicurist: Sabella Snyder

    Colors Used:
    Caption Polish's Rough, Tough & in the Buff

  • Jamie Chung

    The Look: Graphic, Neutral Nail Art
    Manicurist: Melissa DeLaCruz

    Colors Used:
    Caption Polish's Heaven Help Me and Look Don’t Touch

  • Bella Thorne

    The Look: Shimmering Purple with Fun Accents
    Manicurist: Sabella Snyder

    Colors Used:
    Caption Polish's Crazy & I Like It, Dust Yourself Off, and Can’t Hardly Wait
    Stamping: Caption Polish Art Screens

  • Gina Rodriguez

    The Look: Classic Retro
    Stylist: Paul Norton


    1. "I started by prepping Gina’s hair with Joico Power Gel and Joico Heat Set and continued to blow dry her hair with a ghd Hair Dryer and a ghd Ceramic Vented Radial Brush size 3 (until fully dry)," says Norton. "I paid special attention to the ends of the hair - I wanted them to have a rounded feeling so I left each section on the round brush for several seconds after I removed the heat so that they would cool in that position.
    2. "I used Joico Iron Clad in sections of the hair to protect the strands from the heat while using a ghd White Platinum Styler, which allows me to style hair at the optimal temperature of 365 degrees to ensure styles last longer without causing extra damage to hair. With Joico Iron Clad and the ghd platinum styler, I was able to smooth out the hair focusing only in the mid-shaft area so that the roots still remained voluminous and avoided the ends because I wanted a gentle bend on them.
    3. "I then sprayed my 'back-comb in a bottle,' Joico Hair Shake, at the roots of the hair and then back-combed the root area around her crown as well as the majority of the back area of her head.
    4. "Using my ghd White Platinum styler, I took the front center area of her hair and straightened it directly back away from her face and used Joico’s Crème Wax Texture and Shine to help control the hair, confining it to the center area in the place near the crown of the head that I had back-combed. I allowed the two areas on each side around the temple to hang freely for a more retro shape.
    5. "Next, I used ghd’s Curve Soft Curl Iron to bend the 3 inches of the bottom of her hair back and away from her face. Once done curling, I used my fingers to rake though her hair like a giant comb and sprayed her ends with Joico Flip Turn Hair Spray.
    6. "To finalize the look, I used Joico Flip Turn to detail the top area to eliminate any fly-aways."
  • Lady Gaga

    The Look: Old Hollywood Glamor
    Stylist: Frederic Aspiras


    1. Start with clean towel-dried hair. First, apply KMS California TAMEFRIZZ smoothing lotion from root to tip and comb through for even distribution.  
    2. Next, spray KMS California ADDVOLUME volumizing spray at the roots to create big voluminous hair.
    3. Give a light mist of KMS California FREESHAPE quick blow dry spray to reduce drying time and get a smooth, fly-away-free result to your blow dry.  
    4. Next, section the hair for blow-drying. Using a medium round brush, drying with an up and around movement to get full volume.  
    5. Using a 1-inch curling iron, take 1-inch sections of hair and curl the hair all back and away from the face. Take a velcro roller and set each curl after you curl only using medium to small curlers. Allow rollers to set and cool. After, 15-20 minutes, remove curlers.   
    6. To finish, brush the hair out with a sable bristle brush. Use KMS California HAIRPLAY playable texture to spray waves and curls in place but still maintain a soft bouncy look.  
  • Katy Perry

    The Look: Major, 60's-Inspired Volume
    Stylist: Franco Gobbi


    1. Spritz OSiS+ Volume Up on the ends.  
    2. Use a curling iron for setting the volume. Brush the hair and top with the OSiS+ Sparkler and OSiS+ Elastic hair spray, mixed in your hand and then distributed through the hair to create a natural texture.
    3. Back-comb the crown of the hair and sprinkle on OSiS+ Dust It to have a solid base for the volume of the back and crown. Lastly, top with the BC Color Freeze Gloss Serum to add shine and separate the texture.
  • Jennifer Lopez

    The Look: A New Take on Old Hollywood Glamor
    Stylist: Donald Scott*


    1. On wet hair, start with Prepare Liquid Tool Glide for the ultimate slip and protection of the hair shaft.
    2. Use the Carving Comb Razor in a back and forth chopping motion on the ends of the hair to create the amount of texture desired. The blade will cut the ends at uneven lengths allowing for more texture at the ends of the bouncy curls.
    3. To style, blow-dry upside down for added volume at the roots, create a deep part and smooth. Finish off with Prepare for added shine.

    *Donald Scott's how-to is a recreation inspired by Jennifer Lopez's Golden Globes look.

  • Nina Dobrev

    The Look: Romantic with a Twist
    Stylist: Riawna Capri


    1. Start with dry hair and spray UNITE’s GLOSSING Spray all over the hair to protect it from the use of heat tools. Then, curl the entire head with a 3/4 inch curling iron. Loosen up the curls by running the fingers through the hair and add some texture with UNITE’s TEXTURIZA Spray.
    2. Create a pompadour-like lift with the center section of the hair and pin with two duck bill clips to keep the height in the hair.
    3. Next, create an inside-out French braid with the hair on each side of the head from the temple on down. It’s more difficult to see braids on brunettes compared to blondes, so an inside-out French braid is perfect for that extra pop!
    4. Tie a rubber band at the bottom of the braid and wrap it under so it almost resembles a snail shell, then pin it into place. Fatten the braid with UNITE’s EXPANDA Dust and gently pull it apart.
    5. Grab pieces of the remaining center section of the hair, twist it, knot it, and pin it in place. The idea is to create fullness in the hair, but with more of a lived-in look, so be sure to leave some ends of the hair sticking out.
    6. Lastly, remove the duck bill clips and connect the top part of the hair with the bottom section so the updo looks blended and uniform. The sections should all melt together at this stage. Lock the hair into place with UNITE’s SESSION Max Spray and then use UNITE’s GLOSSING Spray to soften the hair and add shine for the perfect elegant updo.
  • Amy Adams

    The Look: Sophisticated Waves
    Stylist: Laini Reeves


    1. Reeves started with a hydrating shampoo, Pai-Shau Replenishing Hair Cleanser, and used the Pai-Shau Supreme Revitalizing Mask to deeply hydrate and add volume and shine.
    2. Next, Reeves used Pai-Shau Biphasic Infusion on damp hair, to instantly de-frizz and smooth. “It works deeper and longer, and it’s lighter than anything out there,” explained Reeves. “Best of all it’s really weightless and lets hair move. Since it also protects hair from the heat of the dryer and curling iron, it’s become my new must-have.”
    3. Before styling, Reeves applied new Pai-Shau Royal Abundance Mousse with Pai-Shau’s Signature Exotic Tea Complex, to give weightless structure, then blow-dried and used a 2-inch curling iron, twisting strands before wrapping them around for a freer look.
    4. To finish, Reeves used new new Pai-Shau Sublime Hold Hairspray for a soft, effortless and touchable hold.
  • Lily James

    The Look: Glamorous with an Edge
    Stylist: Ashley Streicher


    1. To create Lily's cool, brushed-out waves, Streicher started by spraying the SHOW Beauty Sheer Thermal Protect to her clean, dry hair to prepare for heat styling, followed by the SHOW Beauty Divine Thickening Mist at the roots to add a bit of volume. Then, she gave Lily a center part and sprayed a touch of the SHOW Beauty Premiere Finishing Spray to each section to keep the hair in place. She used a 1 1/2-inch curling iron to curl the hair, securing each row with a setting pin. The hair at the nape of the neck was set with curls in one direction, and the next layer was curled in the opposite direction, and so on, to build body and create a tousled wave.
    2. For the top layer of the hair around the center part, Streicher used a flat iron instead of a curling iron to form finger waves that appeared loose and undone.
    3. Lastly, she let the whole look set, unpinned it and brushed it out, finishing the look off with SHOW Beauty Premiere Dry Shampoo and another touch of SHOW Beauty Premiere Finishing Spray to give it long-lasting hold and gorgeous volume.
  • Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting

    The Look: Sexy, Tousled Bob
    Stylist: Christine Symonds


    1. “We prepped Kaley's hair with Oribe Grandiose Mousse, then blow-dried her hair with the large EcoTools Thermal Styling Round Brush," says Symonds. "We set each section to cool, and to build volume.
    2. "We let the hair down and curled with Hot Tools 1 1/4-inch curling iron.
    3. "We finished the look by back-combing the top section of her hair and sprayed it with Kenra Dry Texture Spray to amplify definition and texture."


    The Look: Natural Glow
    Makeup Artist: Jamie Greenberg


    1. "I placed Laura Mercier Hydrating Primer all over her face.
    2. "Next, I buffed Charlotte Tilbury Light Wonder on with the It Cosmetics Number 7 Brush. I used It’s Bye Bye Redness Concealer for any imperfections.
    3. "On cheeks, I used Colour Pop in Santos and Double to highlight. I also blended Charlotte Tilbury’s Film Star Bronze and Glow on the cheeks and body.
    4. "I used Laura Mercier Translucent Powder to blot the T-Zone and warmed up the skin with Tom Ford Bronzer in Terra.
    5. "I started off [the eyes] by shaping her brows with Tom Ford Brow Sculpting Kit in Light and Thrive Cosmetics Waterproof Brow Liner in Christina.
    6. "Next, I dabbed Tom Ford New Cream Eyeshadow in Gold on the top lid. I filled in the lash line with It Cosmetics Liner Love in Black, just on the upper water rim.
    7. "Next, I blended Tom Ford Eye Color Quad in Naude, using the first two colors in the crease and on the lid. The lid is topped with Charlotte Tilbury The Luxury Palette in Dolce Vita, using POP and it really makes a pop.
    8. "I lined the eyes with DiorShow Colour and Contour in 557.
    9. "I applied one coat of DiorShow Mascara in 090 on the top and bottom lashes. I used Ardell Lashes in Short Black Knotted Flare Trios with Thrive Cosmetics Eye Lash Glue. Then another layer of mascara to blend the lashes together.
    10. "We finished the look with Burt’s Bees in 501."
  • Olivia Wilde

    The Look: Beachy Highlights
    Colorist: Denis de Souza


    1. "[I} Highlighted with LumiShine Permanent Crème Color HLN + HLA with 40 volume, then I balayaged with JOICO Crème Lightener and 20 Volume, feathering the tips of the hair around her face for an illuminating effect," says de Souza.
    2. Glaze formula: LumiShine Demi-Permanent Liquid Color 1/2 oz. CLEAR + 1/4 oz. 9NV + 1/4 oz. 10G and processed for 20 minutes. Shampooed and conditioned with JOICO K-PAK Color Therapy for high-lift color care protection and healthy hair.
  • Jenna Dewan-Tatum

    The Look: Rich Chocolate Brunette
    Colorist: Denis de Souza


    1. LumiShine Permanent Crème Color 4N + 5NA with 5 Volume as a base color. "I foiled a few pieces around the face with 5NA + 5 volume for dimension," says de Souza.
    2. Glaze formula: LumiShine Demi-Permanent Liquid Color 1/2 oz. CLEAR + 1/2 oz. 8NA with 5 volume. Process for 20 minutes.
    3. Shampooed, conditioned the hair and recommended at-home color-care using JOICO Color Balance Blue shampoo and conditioner for lightened brunettes.
  • Taraji P. Henson

    The Look: Playful, Sexy and Modern
    Stylist: Cesar Ramirez


    1. Cesar started by cleansing Taraji’s hair with MIZANI True Textures Moisture Replenish Shampoo and MIZANI True Textures Moisture Replenish Conditioner.
    2. On damp hair, Cesar applied MIZANI Thermastrength Heat Styling Serum for anti-breakage and heat protection. Once blown straight and dry, Cesar created a deep side part.
    3. Next, Cesar used MIZANI DEFYNE WAX to add a semi-wet texture with separation and movement.
    4. He finished with MIZANI HRM Humidity Resistant Mist for hold and shine.
  • Eva Green

    The Look: 90's-era Cindy Crawford
    Stylist: Adir Abergel


    1. Prep hair by applying L’Oréal Professionnel Liss & Pump-Up from roots to ends to create bounce and volume. For texture, apply L’Oréal Professionnel Beach Waves from roots to ends of hair.  
    2. Next, flip hair upside down and blow-dry using hands for maximum volume. Then with a small round brush, blow-dry sweeping hair into a deep side part making sure to leave maximum volume at the roots.
    3. Using a curling iron, create barrel curls then pin them in place to cool. Remove the pins once cool and brush hair into a very loose relaxed wave.
    4. Lastly, apply L’Oréal Professionnel Next Day Hair from the roots to mid-shaft. Then finish and set with L’Oréal Professionnel Infinium 4 hairspray to make sure the look has perfect hold.
  • Bryce Dallas Howard

    The Look: Summer Strawberry
    Colorist: Tracey Cunningham for Redken

    Natural level 6, Dark Blonde

    1 scoop Flash Lift Maximum Power Lightening Powder 1 oz. 30 vol. Pro-oxide Cream Developer

    1 scoop Blonde Idol Free Hand Creamy Lightener 1 1⁄2 oz. 30 vol. Pro-oxide Cream Developer

    1 1⁄2 oz. 09NB Irish Creme Shades EQ Gloss 1⁄4 oz. 09AA Papaya Shades EQ Gloss
    1⁄4 oz. 09GB Butter Cream Shades EQ Gloss 2 oz. Shades EQ Processing Solution

    1⁄2 oz. 09NB Irish Creme Shades EQ Gloss 1⁄4 oz. 09AA Papaya Shades EQ Gloss
    1⁄4 oz. 09GB Butter Cream Shades EQ Gloss 1 oz. Crystal Clear Shades EQ Gloss
    2 oz. Shades EQ Processing Solution

  • Lily Rabe

    The Look: Sandy Highlights
    Colorist: Tracey Cunningham for Redken

    Natural level 5, Light Brown

    1 scoop Flash Lift Maximum Power Lightening Powder 1 oz. 20 vol. Pro-oxide Cream Developer

    1 scoop Blonde Idol Free Hand Creamy Lightener 1 1⁄2 oz. 30 vol. Pro-oxide Cream Developer

    1 oz. 07N Mirage Shades EQ Gloss
    1 oz. 07P Mother of Pearl Shades EQ Gloss 2 oz. Shades EQ Processing Solution

    GLAZE FORMULA - Hairline
    1 oz. 09N Café au Lait Shades EQ Gloss 1 oz. 09NB Irish Crème Shades EQ Gloss 2 oz. Shades EQ Processing Solution

  • Amanda Peet

    The Look: Medium Brunette
    Colorist: Tracey Cunningham for Redken

    Natural level 4, Medium Brown

    1 scoop Blonde Dimensions De-Dusted Conditioning Lightener
    1 oz. 10 vol. Pro-oxide Cream Developer

    BASE FORMULA- Zone 1
    1 oz. 6Ab (6.1) Chromatics Ultra Rich
    2 oz. 20 vol. Chromatics Oil in Cream Developer

    BASE FORMULA- Zone 2-3
    1 oz. 6Ab (6.1) Chromatics Ultra Rich
    2 oz. 30 vol. Chromatics Oil in Cream Developer

    3⁄4 oz. 09N Café au Lait Shades EQ Gloss 3⁄4 oz. 09B Sterling Shades EQ Gloss
    1⁄2 oz. 000 Crystal Clear Shades EQ Gloss 2 oz. Shades EQ Processing Solution


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