Beauty Trends

Party with Panache
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Beauty Trends

01 of 16

They Let Their Hair Down

They Let Their Hair Down
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Always a fashion and hair "do," Charlize Theron got it right once again with a few soft waves.

02 of 16

They Let Their Hair Down

They Let Their Hair Down
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Debra Messing kept her naturally curly red mane soft and long.

03 of 16

They Let Their Hair Down

They Let Their Hair Down
Kevork Djansezian/AP

Deciding to be blunt about it, Hilary Swank wore her shortened one-length locks simple and straight.

04 of 16

They Let Their Hair Down

They Let Their Hair Down
Jeff Vespa/WireImage

Penélope Cruz looked va-va-va-voom with her voluminous brunet do.

05 of 16

They Let Their Hair Down

They Let Their Hair Down
Mark J. Terrill/AP

Laura Linney is loveliest when she keeps it simple. We adored this hassle-free but slightly curled coif.

06 of 16

They Let Their Hair Down

They Let Their Hair Down
Kevork Djansezian/AP

A stunning Jessica Alba turned heads on the red carpet with her do of face-framing layers-which, the actress admitted, kept getting caught in her lashes.

07 of 16

They Let Their Hair Down

They Let Their Hair Down
Kevork Djansezian/AP

The normally brunet Alanis Morissette wore her hair longer and blond at the 2006 ceremony.

08 of 16

Pretty in Pink

Pretty in Pink
Mark J. Terrill/AP

A flawless flush proved that everything was rosy for former Sex and the City star Sarah Jessica Parker. After all, she was a Best Actress nominee for her role in The Family Stone.

09 of 16

Pretty in Pink

Pretty in Pink
Jeff Vespa/WireImage

Lost

castaway Evangeline Lilly enhanced her natural (and usually makeup-free) beauty with perfect peony-tinted cheeks.

10 of 16

Pretty in Pink

Pretty in Pink
Kevork Djansezian/AP

Ziyi Zhang perfected her red-carpet look by highlighting her porcelain skin with a passion-fruit hue.

11 of 16

Pretty in Pink

Pretty in Pink
Kevin Winter/Getty

Life after Sex has been good to Cynthia Nixon. The mother of two looked radiant, with a sweet nectar-tinged glow.

12 of 16

Sideways

Sideways
Kevork Djansezian/AP

First-time nominee Eva Longoria was a winner in our book. We loved that she put a spin on the traditional, wearing her long locks swept to one side.

13 of 16

Sideways

Sideways
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Kyra Sedgwick might play it tough on her hit show The Closer, but she sure looked like a lady with her feminine curls pinned off to one side.

14 of 16

Sideways

Sideways
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Best Actress in a Television Comedy Series winner Mary-Louise Parker accented her raven side-ponytail with a single large white flower.

15 of 16

Sideways

Sideways
Mark J. Terrill/AP

Ingénue Emmy Rossum made an '80s look modern by adding curls and volume to her side pony.

16 of 16

Party with Panache

Party with Panache
Douglas Friedman

Our exclusive In Style invitations on Evite will help make sure your Golden Globes fete is an A-list event.

Also on Evite, be sure to check out the party-planning tips, budgeting tool and drink calculator.

And don?t forget to share the photos of your revelries on our new Your Style pages!

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