The 2011 Golden Globe Awards were held at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles, California on January 16th, where celebrities came out to celebrate television and film as well as bring out the best in fashion and beauty trends. This year, stars took a romantic approach to their hairstyles and kept their looks soft, polished and effortlessly beautiful. These styles were polished and sexy yet surprisingly easy to re-create at home. Please find three classic hair trends to follow, below:
Bangs: Stars like Sandra Bullock, Olivia Wilde and Sarah Hyland all sported bangs on the red carpet and kept them blunt and the focal point of their overall hairstyle. If you want to try bangs but not ready to make the cut, then try Hairdo Clip-In Bangs ($29: QVC.com) which offer a non-committal way to wear bangs – no matter the style or event.
(Bangs from leftt: Sandy Hyland, Olivia Wilde and Sandra Bullock)
Glamorous Waves: Long wavy locks are a classic Hollywood hairstyle that has worked on the red carpet for years and continued to do so on the evening of the Globes for Megan Fox, Anne Hathaway and Sofia Vergara. What’s the secret to achieving this effortless, classic hair style? Extensions! They are the answer to adding length and volume to achieve this look. To create this glamorous look, try Hairdo’s 20 inch Styleable Clip-In Extensions ($99: QVC.com) or the Dancing with the Stars Hair Extensions in Go! Go! Girl ($49: HSN.com) in that easily clip-in to create a transformation worthy of the red carpet!
(Glamorous Waves from left: Sofia Vergara, Anne Hathaway and Megan Fox)
French Twist: The French Twist is an ode to a classic look that you wouldn’t normally expect to see on such young beauties. However, it was the 30 and under ladies who were sporting this super coiffed updo – and made it work. To try this look at home, add volume to the crown with the help of the Hairdo Bump Up The Volume ($99: QVC.com) that will give you the height you need to achieve this dramatic look.
(French Twist from Left: Mila Kunis, Natalie Portman and Eva Longoria)