11 Timeless Hairstyles from the Golden Globes
There's nothing worse than getting an awful haircut, except for having it photographed on the red carpet and have it look dated just a year later. And though we love a good trend as much as the next hair-loving gal, sometimes, it's those evergreen styles that are the real winners.
From Gabrielle Union's faux bob to Grace Kelly's classic chignon, we've rounded up the best looks that have managed to pass the test of time (and with flying colors we might add). Scroll down to see the enduring styles from Golden Globes awards shows throughout the years.
Julia Roberts 1990
There's nothing more sophisticated than a classic chignon. Kelly's pretty 'do will always withstand the test of time.
Gabrielle Union 2005
Jessica Alba 2001
Anne Hathaway 2003
Perfectly undone waves will always be in style. Even in 2003 Hathaway knew the look would be a hit.
Demi Moore 1997
Moore famously shaved her head for her G.I. Jane role—but her longer pixie will forever be a favorite.
Kerry Washington 2013
A blunt cut with wispy fringe will never go out of style, and Washington's sleek look is proof that the look remains a classic.
Christina Applegate 1999
Did Applegate have a magical crystal ball that could see into the future? The Vacation actress nailed the lob way before the breakout trend took over Hollywood.
Anne Lockhart 1979
In the late '70s, the actress from the original Battlestar Galactica series rocked a bouncy blowout that any girl would covet today.
There's nothing that gives long tresses movement like layers. Alley demonstrated the enduring style in 1991.
Suzanne Somers 1980
Round bangs are an everlasting cut that will always make a statement. Suzanne Somers let her bouncy hairdo frame her face way back in the early '80s.