Golden Globes Red Carpet Hair Trend: Chic, Low-Slung Chignons

Golden Globes Red Carpet Hair Trend: Chic, Low-Slung Chignons
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Sky-high updos may have ruled the red carpet in the past, but at this year’s Golden Globe Awards, it was all about chic, low-slung hairstyles for stars like Emma WatsonJulianna Margulies, Margot Robbie, and Julia Roberts. We love how each swept-back look was glamorous enough for the big night without ever taking attention off the main attraction – the gorgeous designer gowns! When trying to give the classic look a more modern twist, a deep side part is key, along with a boost of body at the crown. Once blow drying your locks with a medium sized round brush, hairstylist Serge Normant, who created Julia’s 60s-inspired ‘do, recommends spritzing Meta Revive Dry Shampoo ($25 at shopsergenormant.com) “especially on the crown and in the back. It will help create texture and volume,” he told us. Then, while maintaining body at the roots, pull hair into a low ponytail, wrapping it at the base to create a loose chignon. After securing in place with pins, Normant suggests pulling a few pieces at the front to achieve a similar tousled appeal. “The more dramatic, the better,” he added. Finish with hairspray to ensure night-long results.

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