Golden Globes 2015


This week we watched the celebrities walk the red carpet in some amazing gowns, and now we’re showing you our favourite hair styles – from deep set partings and glamourous waves, to sleek buns and gorgeous bobs.

goldenglobes4Katie holmes kept things straight and sleek with a smooth, deep set parting paired with a gorgeously long ponytail. Also keeping with the sleek style, our favourite Felicity Jones opted for a low bun to show off the high neckline of her dress. Get the look using an I&K hair bun. We love the side fringe too!

goldenglobes3Battle of the blondes – but who gets your vote? Three very different styles, all equally as stunning! Rosamund Pike’s straight and sleek bob is perfection, while Heidi Klum completed her look with glamour waves. Cheat the look using Fab Remy clip in hair extensions and curl the hair using a large barrel curling wand – pin each curl up while they cool for extra definition.

The low bun seems to be on trend with Kate Hudson also wearing her hair in a simple style to let the dress do the talking. We love the low-key look!

goldenglobes2Onto another bob but this time it’s more boho than chic, but we expect nothing less from everyone’s favourite Sienna Miller. Although she manages to pull off any hairstyle, we absolutely love this slightly wavy bob with a deep set parting and tucked behind one ear. Meanwhile, Leslie Mann shows us the ombre trend still isn’t over with a beautiful subtle ombre. Get the look without the commitment using I&K ombre hair extensions.

goldenglobes1Opting for a classic style, Reese Witherspoon lets her long hair hang in loose waves with a side parting and all brushed over one shoulder – simply elegant. We absolutely love Anna Faris’ fringe teamed with an updo. If you’d like to try a fringe but don’t want to commit to the cut, try out a clip in fringe – all of the style with none of the upkeep!

Last but not least Emma Stone’s gorgeous fiery red hair in her trademark loose wavy bob.

Which style is your favourite?

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