Photos: Celebrity Hairstyle And Haircut Trends From The 2012 Golden Globe Awards
The red carpet sparkled and shined tonight with award-worthy tresses. We watched the red carpet arrivals with Wella Ambassadors Aura Friedman, Ricardo Rojas and Alexandra Matiz pick out the hair trends they noticed and loved on tonight’s red carpet.
A TREND REPORT BY AURA FRIEDMAN, WELLA COLOR AMBASSADOR
“I loved the retro-styles 60’s styles that popped up on the red carpet this evening – very unexpected. It was both bad-ass and darling to see these girls bring these styles on to the red carpet.” – Wella Color Ambassador Aura Friedman
- Stars sporting this look included Nicole Richie, Zooey Deschanel, Frieda Pinto, Tina Fay and Michelle Williams (styled using Wella)
TIMELESS, PRETTY AND OVERTLY FEMININE
A TREND REPORT BY RICARDO ROJAS, CELEBRITY HAIR STYLIST
“My favorite look tonight is one which is easily re-created, feminine and timeless. The dress can be such an influence on the starlet’s red carpet hairstyle, and this look is so complimentary to a statement-making dress. – Celebrity Hair Stylist Ricardo Rojas
- Stars wearing this look tonight included Madonna (styled using Wella), Elle MacPherson, and Reese Witherspoon
EXPENSIVE YET EFFORTLESS
A TREND REPORT BY ALEXANDRA MATIZ, WELLA EDUCATOR AND TOP ARTIST
“An expensive yet effortless look that is full of movement and life – a perfect red carpet look for a woman of any age was prominent on tonight’s red carpet.” – Wella Educator and Top Artist Alexandra Matiz
- Stars wearing this look tonight included Jessica Biel, Shailene Woodley (styled using Wella) and Rooney Mara
We want to thank the team at Wella for capturing these hairstyle trends for us.
And check out our photo report on Spring/Summer 2012 hairstyle trends for short, medium and long hairstyles HERE!
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