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Top 5 Red Carpet Hair Looks: Celebrity Stylist Errol Douglas Picks His Golden Globe Faves




With so many looks to choose from, it's hard to pick just one! So we decided to leave this strenuous work to the experts. Celebrity stylist, Errol Douglas offered up a few of his faves to Beauty4Media. Check out his picks and see if any of yours match up!

5. Hayden Panettiere

"This might turn out to be a polarizing look, but I love this slicked back rock n roll Ziggy-inspired look for Hayden - a little bit of attitude from a young talented actress who's brought the same to her role in Nashville," Errol explained. "This shows off her fresh complexion and compliments her Tom Ford choice perfectly."  

Get the look. "The cut here is very important, blunt and precise, it's shown off by a precision comb back at the sides contrasted with a root lifting blow dry," the expert explained in detail.  "To avoid losing the shine, blow dry hair. Lift at the roots with a barrel brush pointing the dryer nozzle downwards as you go. Apply a strong hold wet look gel to the sides and use a wide tooth comb to perfect the finish and deliver that contrast with the rest of the hair."  

4. Amy Adams

Aside from her great makeup, Adams also wowed with terrific tresses. Errol described the starlet's look as "a stunning and intricate braided updo made current."

Get the look. Douglas gives us an easy how-to for this style. "Make this look modern by creating a center parting and two sectioned small plaits, one each side, taken back into the main braided bun," he said. "This gives a great extra lift at the crown. Overall the look allows the dress to take center stage."

3. Cate Blanchett 

"A leading actress nailing a superb rolled vintage 'do for old fashioned glamour.  With super hydrated locks prepped with a pre-event conditioning regime no doubt, the length has been pinned underneath around the nape ensuring that the roll is smooth but very defined.

Get the look. Errol has a few tips for nailing this look. "The side parting with a little finger combing ensures lift on the crown before pinning into place," he said. "Running an iron through the sections to infuse shine before pinning will achieve that smooth straight high shine finish."

2. Kerry Washington

"Subtle mid-length glossy locks from this red carpet veteran, with a classic vintage feel created by building in a muted wave from just below the ear to ends. This, for me, is how to be consistently glamorous without crowding the dress or growing baby bump," Errol explained. "She's always on point.  The side parting is a soft one to avoid a harsh line on afro hair, really setting off the face framing waves."

Get the look. "These can be built in with a straighter used traditionally from crown to ear, then bending it gently as you move from ear to the end of each section," Douglas said.  "To protect the moisture in afro hair, my Treat & Style Keratin Iron button can infuse as it styles, which also means no additional product is needed to finish, avoiding weighing the hair down and tugging on the wave created."

1. Lupita Nyong'o

"This is how to do super short, sassy and utterly glamorous afro hair," Douglass dished. "Showing off a flame red Ralph Lauren number and a stunning neckline perfectly, this young actress can pull off the crop of all afro crops!"

Get the look. "Condition is everything here, and styling it to achieve that super straight finish needs to be done carefully to avoid a dry finish, the expert noted. "My Treat & Style Keratin Iron works particularly well on afro hair, delivering the straight whilst infusing the hair with Keratin from the capsule system to keep that shine and minimize damage."  How to use it? Douglas instructs lovers of Lupita look to 'take small sections and use from root to end. Rub a little non sticky hairspray through the hands and careful pat to add a little hold once done."

What looks from the Globes made your top 5? Let us know with a note below!




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