Golden Girlz

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I was told a while ago that the French twist is making a big comeback. Well, anyone who watched the Golden Globes on Sunday could see that she called it correctly. Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis, Carrie Underwood, and Eva Longoria all wore the classic style. (I had no idea I was so ahead of the curve when I styled both my hair and my co-maid-of-honor’s hair in French twists for our BFF’s wedding over a year ago.)

Scarlett Johansson’s hair was, to me, the most innovative style. It had a retro, iconic feel but was soft and modern and I appreciate that it was unique. And look at those accessories! She always seems to take chances with her hair which may be why I love her.

My favorite style of the night, however, was…. drumroll… Amy Adams. The undone quality, the texture, the softness, the color – she looked gorgeous. I absolutely adore the lighter pieces falling out. The stylist really factored in her haircolor for a complete look that was just stunning.

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2 Responses to Golden Girlz

  1. Brent says:

    The people I watched with were dogging out Scarlet Johansson’s hair and, in some online best & worst dressed thingy the day after the show, her hair was described as akin to the Bride of Frankenstein’s. I thought it looked pretty nifty.

  2. Sonya says:

    I thought I might be in the minority on Scarlett. I gave it lots of points for originality. There were a lot of styles that were really beautiful but had been done so many times before. (i.e. The Hollywood glamour curls, the blunt bangs, the sleek pony…) I guess the artist in me will always gravitate towards styles that show ingenuity while still being wearable.

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