All the Best Hair Looks from the 2019 Golden Globes
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Award season hass officially kicked off—which means we’ve already got a list of fave mane looks. And if tonight’s Golden Globes lewks are any indication, there are a lot to choose from. These top stars are keeping it glam, opting for intricate up-do’s, sleek buns and widely flattering waves. Here are the celebs that absolutely killed their Golden Globes 2019 red carpet hair and the styles we hope stick around all year.
Relaxed Finger Waves
Golden Globes host Sandra Oh nods at old Hollywood with her glam relaxed finger waves.
Sleek, straight hair is given the textured treatment with Camilla Bell’s refreshing take on the wet-look.
Laura Harrier is living our ponytail dreams on the red carpet.
Kiki Layne steals the show with this delicate and detailed protective up-style.
Jameela Jamil sticks to her signature hair-down look with a volume maximizing blow-out fit for Beverly Hills.
Pushed Back Polished
Lili Reinhart slays with a super polished ultra-sleek bun.
Jamie Lee Curtis proves icy is hot, debuting her saturated white color.
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Hoje é dia de #GoldenGlobes e, é claro, estamos de olho na premiação! Um minuto de silêncio para admirar a inspiradora Jamie Lee Curtis, exibindo um look total white e seus fios brancos no tapete vermelho. Arraste para os detalhes ✨ #globodeouro #jamieleecurtis (Fotos: Getty)
This generation’s Mary Poppins, Emily Blunt oozes regal glam in a refined top knot.
The answer to the in-between lob, shoulder-length waves are as touchable as stunning.
Not a hair out of place seems to have been the memo for the evening, demonstrated by Rosamund Pike. The style, created by Moroccanoil Celebrity Hairstylist, Bryce Scarlett commented on the inspiration noting, “Tonight’s look was inspired by Rosamund’s custom black and silver Givenchy Couture dress. Her detailed gown was modern and super graphic, and we wanted to make sure that her hair felt sleek sophisticated to go with her gorgeous dress.”
Loving Lucy Boynton’s visible layers and undone ends, which add an edge to her red carpet hair.
Leave it to Lady Gaga to put a playful twist on a classic chignon, with a touch of pastel blue.
Gemma Chan is the picture of elegance with an unfussy up-do that’s purposefully piece-y.
Taraji P. Henson proves long hair is just plain sexy on the 2019 Golden Globes red carpet.
Penelope rocks a puffed out up-do that we can’t wait to copy—is it wedding season yet?
Irina is the ultimate arm candy, with her deep side-parted, glass hair lob.
Heidi Klum’s beach waves anchor her look and keep it fun.
Is mid-length our next cut request? Thandie Newton’s tight coils are coiffed to perfection.
Amy Adams goes full-on bombshell – easy to do when your mane matches the red carpet.
Regina Hall is all deep-parted waves and slayage.
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Sectioned Top Knot
Chrissy Metz updates a classic with this twisted half-up, half-down style.
We’re ordering curls for days for the next function, just like Indya Moore.
Lupita Nyong’o sets the shape of the new red carpet.
Emma Stone’s soft waves seamlessly blend ginger into strawberry blonde.
What will be the go-to length of 2019? HERE are 37 reasons why the lob ruled.