2015 Golden Globes hairstyles

Monday, January 12, 2015
By Sara Moore

Celebrity stylist Kylee Rae Heath used Oscar Blandi products to give Rosamund Pike her straight and sleek hairstyle to contrast the ethereal feel of her white Vera Wang dress.

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1. While hair was still damp, she applied Oscar Blandi Hair Lift Mousse throughout the roots.
2. She then sprayed Oscar Blandi Jasmine Protein Mist from mid-shaft through the ends and combed through the hair.
3. Next, Heath created a deep, straight side part with a tail comb.
4. Afterward, she blow-dried hair on a low setting with a small round brush to work shine and volume into the hair.
5. Then she sprayed Oscar Blandi Dry Heat Protect Spray onto dry hair & smoothed out the ends with a flat iron. It’s important to only hit the ends with the iron to maintain volume at the roots.
6. She applied a small amount of Oscar Blandi Polish Glossing Creme to the ends to polish and to smooth away any flyaways around the part.
7. Finally, she tucked the left side behind the ear and sprayed Oscar Blandi Lacca Medium Hold Hair Spray to set the look and to add more shine.

Inspired by her vintage one-shoulder James Galanos dress, celebrity hairstylist Blake Erik created a modern twist on a refined classic Hollywood look for Laura Carmichael‘s hair at the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills.

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1. First, he sprayed a generous amount of John Frieda Beach Blonde Sea Waves Sea Salt Spray on wet hair, starting at the roots and working down to the tips, to create natural texture and a tousled look.
2. Then he flipped the hair forward and dried it with a Harry Josh Pro Tool Pro Dryer 2000 and Diffuser to add volume.
3. When the hair was completely dry, he used a brush to comb back the hair and gather it into a ponytail. When he achieved the shape he wanted on the top, he moved on to pulling back the sides. He secured the ponytail using a small elastic.
4. Erik then created a rope braid by separating the hair into two equal parts, twirling each section, then crossing the right section over the left section all the way to the bottom, finally securing the end with an elastic. This rope braid helps make the bun less bulky.
5. He took the rope braid and wrapped it into a bun, securing it with small bobby pins.
6. He set the look by spraying John Frieda Frizz Ease Keraflex Hairspray.
7. Then he used a makeup brush to smooth the underneath and sides of her hair. This pro tip is great for brushing flyaways without disrupting the look.

Celebrity hairstylist Kristin Heitkotter wanted to make sure that Camila Alves‘s naturally curly hair stayed frizz-free when creating a deconstructed French braid chignon.

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1. On damp hair, she applied John Frieda Frizz Ease Beyond Smooth Frizz Immunity Primer and John Frieda Frizz Ease Straight Fixation Styling Crème to help it become smooth and silky.
2. Then she dried hair with a paddle brush to remove moisture and for a voluminous blow out.
3. Heitkotter parted hair into 4 sections and applied John Frieda Heat Defeat Protecting Spray before flat-ironing each section to smoothe her mane.
4. She applied a bit of the John Frieda Frizz Ease Nourishing Oil Elixir on the hair line to tame flyaways.
5. Then she applied a few drops of John Frieda Frizz Ease Original Six Effects Serum and ran it through ends to keep it frizz-free.
6. She divided hair into four sections and twisted each section, loosely creating a deconstructed French braid chignon. With hair pins, she tucked the ends under, securing them in place.
7. To keep the look in place, she sprayed John Frieda Frizz Ease Kerafirm Firm Hold Hairspray.

Inspired by her beautiful Calvin Klein sequin gown, celebrity hairstylist Adir Abergel gave Reese Witherspoon effortless looking waves.

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1. He first created a severe side part.
2. Then he applied John Frieda Frizz Ease Beyond Smooth Frizz-Immunity Primer to towel-dried hair.
3. He spritzed John Frieda Luxurious Volume Fine to Full Blow-Out Spray from roots to mid-shaft and then just concentrated on roots with John Frieda Root Booster Blow Dry Lotion.
4. Abergel rough-dried hair until it was nearly dry, which helped bring out the natural texture and increase volume.
5. Using a medium-sized boar bristle brush, he blow-dried the top front section in a sweeping direction to create a beautiful sweep of hair, which can also help to hide shorter bangs underneath.
6. After blow-drying the rest of the hair smooth, he used a 1 ¼” curling iron to wave hair from mid-shaft to ends, leaving the ends more undone.
7. He then pulled hair over to one side and secured it with a few bobby pins, making sure the opposite side of cascading hair was pulled tight.
8. He misted Frizz EaseKERAFLEX Flexible Hold Hairspray to set the style.

“I call this hairstyle ‘California Chic.’ I wanted the look to be soft and smooth, but with a hint of naughtiness,” said celebrity hairstylist David Babaii, who created Katherine Heigl‘s hairstyle.

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1. First, he blow-dried hair using the ghd air™ hairdryer and a round brush.
2. Then he parted the hair down the middle and divided it into 3 sections: two in the front and one in the back.
3. Starting at the back and working forward, he took different sized sections and curled hair using the ghd curve™ creative curl wand, the size of the barrel creates the looser shape needed for this look.
4. After each piece, he released the curl and stretched it out for 2-3 seconds. 
5. He continued all the way to the top alternating the direction of the curl.  
6. For the top sections, he didn’t curl the hair all the way to the root, only the bottom half of the shaft – this prevented getting the Shirley Temple tendrils.
7. Then he finished the look by pulling front sections of hair behind the ear. 

Kate Hudson‘s modern day chignon, created by David Babaii, complemented her sexy white Atelier Versace dress perfectly.

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1. First, he blow-dried hair using the ghd air™ hairdryer and a round brush.
2. Then he parted hair down the middle.
3. He divided hair into 3 sections– two in the front and one in the back.
4. Starting at the back of the head and working forward, he took 1 – 1 1/2 inch sections and straightened the hair with the ghd eclipse™.
5. He pulled hair into a tight bun on the back of the head and secured with bobby pins.

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