Best Hairstyles From Golden Globes 2015

Hi everyone! Awards season is upon us. The 2015 Golden Globes have marked the beginning of the fashion frenzy and celebrity sightings and all out glamour that we’re going to be treated to over the next couple of weeks. Right from the Oscars to the Fashion Weeks, there’s so much good stuff to look forward to. Let’s jump right to it with my pick of the best hairstyles and looks from the 2015 Golden Globes. Enjoy! Allison Williams #AllisonWilliams #GoldenGlobes #2015 Allison Williams rocked one of the biggest trends of the night: retro waves. We saw different iterations of the 40s curls & waves on a number of actresses at the 2015 Golden Globes, including Jessica Chastain and Amy Adams. It’s evident that vintage-inspired hairstyles will continue to rule the roost this season as well. With the faux-bob effect and the heavy eye make-up, this look is all about balancing the old and the new. Allison’s sleek crown, stark side part and deep waves hark back to Old Hollywood. I especially love the heavy curl at the front on one side, reflected towards the back on the other: it creates a lovely asymmetrical effect that lends a slightly edgier, more contemporary feel to a classic hairstyle that’s usually known for its softness and femininity. Emily Blunt #EmilyBlunt #GoldenGlobes #2015 I love braids at an awards show, because they’re such a pop of something fun and unexpected amongst a sea of the usual updos and blowouts. We also saw a rather cute crown braid/ milkmaid braid on winner Joanne Froggatt: Emily Blunt’s braided updo is a little more understated, but no less gorgeous. This is a great hairdo if you want to keep the hair away from your face but still want a formal look. Simply part down the middle and make a Dutch braid on either side from the front to the back. At the back you can blend all the hair together and continue into a regular braid that you’ll then roll up and pin into place. You can also just secure your hair into a ponytail and then twist it into a chignon or roll it into a low bun or simply braid and then tuck under the base of the Dutch braids. There’s no end to the options! Jessica Chastain #JessicaChastain #GoldenGlobes #2015 Jessica Chastain’s longer version of the 40s retro curls was equally stunning. If you can tear your eyes away from the delicious dark, metallic bronze of her gown take a moment to appreciate just how artfully her curls have been arranged: pulled to one side over the shoulder, gently twisted around the face to frame it but neat and smooth all the same. This is the kind of hairdo that will never go out of style and it looks great no matter the occasion. So, whether you’re prepping for your own awards acceptance speech or just running out to a last-minute movie date, you cannot go wrong with Ms. Chastain’s look from the night. Naomi Watts #NaomiWatts #GoldenGlobes #2015 Naomi Watt’s look is probably one of the most talked about from the Golden Globes 2015 show. From the sunny yellow gown with the tomato red lip colour and the breathtaking neckpiece (one that we’ve seen on her before; the lady sure loves her statement jewellery and knows how to wear it well) to the effortless hair, this look was sheer perfection. The hairstyle itself is rather easy to achieve: she’s just wearing her shoulder-length hair open, parted to one side with a gentle wave in the body and some volume at the crown. The reason I think this look deserves a place on this list is in its execution: Naomi (or her stylist) has taken a number of exceptional pieces and statements and tied them together seamlessly in a way that actively compliments the entire effect, instead of just playing it safe. Simple, but superb! Rosamund Pike #RosamundPike #GoldenGlobes #2015 The Gone Girl actress has been the celebrity over the last couple of months: whether you loved it or hated it, that film sure got everyone talking. And Rosamund Pike’s grippingly restrained, yet believably terrifying performance has put the actress firmly in the spotlight. The new mother looked absolutely ravishing on the 2015 Golden Globes Red Carpet. I’m really loving the angular bob here because it’s a daring cut but the way Rosamund is wearing it- with understated jewellery and makeup and a feminine gown- makes for a very graceful look. And it’s practical too: new moms out there should take a leaf from Rosamund’s book on effortless, edgy and elegant hairstyling! Let me know which look you liked best. Write in for any styling tips and detailed advice on how to achieve the same!