The Best Hairstyles at the 2019 Golden Globes
If trying out a new hairstyle (or two) is part of your New Year MO, the 2019 Golden Globes red carpet is a good place to start. Celebs kicked off award season with a plethora of new ways to wear an updo, braid, and every look in-between.
Been dying to try the pastel hair trend? A tight topknot like Lady Gaga's blue bun is the perfect look that'll show off your new rainbow shade. And if you're a die-hard ponytail wearer, Judy Greer's scrunchie and Laura Harrier's center-parted high pony are the styles you'll want to screenshot.
Of course, it wouldn't be a red carpet without some gorgeous waves, which is where Julia Roberts's side-swept style comes in.
Consider all these looks your go-to styles for the upcoming year. Keep scrolling for the 10 best hairstyles from the 2019 Golden Globes red carpet.
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The best way to show off a new pastel hair color? A tight topknot. Oh, and matching your blue hair to your dress. Hairstylist Frederic Aspiras used a blend of Joico's Color Intensity in Sky and Rose and the brand's clear mixer to create her cerulean blue shade, and ran ghd's Platinum+ Styler through Gaga's hair before pulling it up into a sleek bun at the crown of her head.
The Crazy Rich Asians star's loose braid puts all of the other plaits you've Pinned on Pinterest to shame.
Laura Harrier dressed up her high ponytail with a center part.
Hairstylist Gregory Russell accessorized Judy Greer's messy high pony with a black hair ribbon. What's not to love about an updo you can do at home in five minutes flat?
Side-swept waves like the style Julia Roberts wore is a red carpet staple that never goes out of style.
Taraji P. Henson
If Taraji P. Henson's blowout is any indication, last year's super-sleek hair trend is still going strong in 2019.
Looking for a new way to wear your blunt bob, AKA the hottest haircut of 2019? Simply pin the front pieces back with bobby pins like Caitriona Balfe did on the red carpet.
Thandie Newton's hairstylist Nai’vasha gave the actress a "'70s soul inspired look." The pro massaged a small amount of DevaCurl's Supercream into the palm of her hands, and scrunched Newton's hair from ends to roots while diffusing it to create voluminous, loose curls.
Emma Stone's shiny loose waves by hairstylist Mara Roszak is the look you've always tried to achieve with a curling wand at home. Rosak set the style with Sauve's Flexible Control Finishing Hairspray.
If you still weren't completely convinced that hair bows are back, Nicole Kidman's updo is proof that the hair accessory is going to be everywhere this year. Kidman's hairstylist Kylee Heath left one face-framing tendril out from her undone updo and applied TRESemme's Keratin Smooth Shine Serum to make the actress' golden blonde hair look even more shiny.