2013 Golden Globes Red Carpet Hair | The Updo’s

My other favorite Golden Globe red carpet hairstyles were the updos and semi-updos featuring Julianne Moore’s classic and very chic 60’s chignon, Adele’s bouffant and Jennifer Garner and Jennifer Lawrence’s messy low buns (a style I wished Claire Danes Opted for….along with cleaner eye makeup but back to the topic at hand) – the updos:

Julianne Moore’s style seemed to be everyone’s favorite and she has Jennifer Aniston’s and Living Proof’s Celebrity Hairstylist, Chris McMillan to thank for that. Chris talks about his inspiration for Julianne’s hair using Living Proof Prime Style Extender ($20.00), No Frizz Weightless Styling Spray ($26.00) and Firm Hold Hairspray ($24.00) to create the look:

“It all started with the dress, Julianne showed me what she was wearing yesterday and I had 24 hours to figure out how to style her hair. Overall it was a ‘60s look – I have been watching a lot of Hitchcock lately. I took inspiration from the graphic clothing styles that are a trend this season paired with the hair I saw on the runways of Luis Vuitton and Marc Jacobs.”

“First, I applied Living Proof Prime Style Extender, it gave me the sleek, smooth, healthy hair I needed for styling. I then applied No Frizz Weightless Styling Spray to the crown to keep the hair looking smooth. I dried the hair straight with a large round brush. I created a deep side swept bang, and then pulled the hair back into a classic French twist with an uneven seam. Everything else about the look was so perfect and sleek that I wanted the seam to be a little deconstructed. Finally, I secured the look and added Firm Hold hairspray to keep the hair in place.”

To achieve Julianne’s look, grab your Living Proof haircare products at www.livingproof.com, Sephora, www.sephora.com, Ulta and Nordstrom

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