Need to update your updo? Take a cue from stars at the Golden Globe Awards, who gave their hair a twist — literally. Whether they were adding curls to straight hair or just letting their natural waves flow, these stars suggest that a little movement can have a big impact on the red carpet. Read on to see some of the evening's best.
Mining past decades for inspiration, Hollywood's hottest hairstylists gave their celebrity clients beautiful curls for the Golden Globe Awards. The look isn't about literally mimicking the look of the '40s and '50s, though. Instead, these stars borrow from past silver-screen beauties while letting their hair have more movement. Is this a preview of what we'll see at the Oscars next month? We'll just wait and see who'll ride that wave, but for now, check out some of the evening's best vintage-inspired hairstyles.
No red carpet is ever complete without major bling. You better believe that the ladies who attended last night's Golden Globes did some major borrowing of jewels. Lorraine Schwartz, Chopard, Cartier, and Fred Leighton were the main suppliers. What did they supply? Why, blitzed-out bangles, ginormous teardrop earrings, diamond necklaces, and so much more. Eva Mendes chose to dazzle her neck with a Van Cleef & Arpels turquoise choker. Isn't it amazing? Check out more awe-inspiring jewelry from last night's star-studded affair.
Ruching, puckering, layering, and folding: The 2009 Golden Globes red carpet had dramatic folds and pleats aplenty. Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, January Jones, and America Ferrera were all in on it, pulling the look off in varying shapes and colors. And let's not forget Eva Mendes — one of my favorites — whose dazzling white Christian Dior gown was elegant in its originality. Care to fall into the fold? Please, proceed.
This season, the ladies of the Golden Globes were all about wicked waist details. This special detailing lends instant interest to the midsection and can also break up a busy print. Waist details take the form of belts, large embellishments, or can even come preset like Olivia Wilde's dreamy Reem Acra gown, seen left. Notice how the cinched detail and jeweled embellishment gives Wilde's look an extra oomph. Click through to see who else worked wicked waist details at the Golden Globes.
A sandstorm hit the red carpet tonight. Did you all feel it? It came suddenly and with such powerful force. I'm speaking of the likes of Angelina Jolie, Demi Moore, Salma Hayek, Penelope Cruz, Miley Cyrus, and a handful of others, who arrived wearing gowns of beiges, creams, vanillas, and golds. Though this caused a lack of color on the carpet, it did prove neutrals can be sexy. Take for instance Sandra Bullock in her cream one-shoulder Dior dress. It's colorless, yes, but oh so delectable. Proceed to see more fabulous ladies responsible for tonight's sandstorm.