2020's hottest hair trends according to the Golden Globes
As the first major red carpet event of the year, the Golden Globes aren’t just a salve for our back-to-work blues, they’re a first glimpse – fashion month notwithstanding – at the trends set to be taking over our Instagram feeds and making repeat appearances on our mood boards for the next 12 months.
More fun than the Oscars, more wearable than the Grammys, and in most cases, more real-world ready than their aforementioned runway inspirations, the practical style takeaways from the 77th annual Golden Globes were especially prevalent in the hair department.
Read on to discover the key trends we’ll be trying, and how to achieve them…
Zoey Deutch's Sleek, Side-Parted Bob
After plumping hair with a volumising mousse and shielding it with a heat protectant spray, stylist Gregory Russell gave Zoey’s bob a deep side-part for extra volume and blow dried it straight, using a round brush to flick the ends outwards. Hair was then tucked behind the ears, and a strong-hold hairspray was used to smooth and secure the whole look.
Saorsie Ronan's Flipped Fringe
Inspired by ’70s glamour icon Julie Christie, stylist Adir Abergel gave Saorsie Ronan soft, touchable volume by wrapping the front section of hair around a large barrel brush and blasting the roots to create height. A nourishing hair oil was then used to seal ends before they were gently rolled with a curling tong for a retro glam look.
Kaitlyn Dever's Undone Bun
Stylist Bobby Eliot first prepped Kaitlyn’s damp hair with volumising product, before rough drying and then blow drying smooth with a round brush. Next, hair was sectioned and loose, uneven waves were created with a curling iron for texture. An elastic was then used to secure hair into a looped bun at the nape of the neck, with shorter strands pulled out for an effortlessly undone vibe.
Rachel Bilson's 'Sombré' Lob
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Redken ambassador Cassondra Kaeding was responsible for Rachel’s new, ‘summer ombré’ or ‘sombré’ locks. So-called because of how these warm, mid-lengths-to-ends highlights mimic the golden tinge hair takes on in the summer months, the lived-in effect was enhanced by the tousled waves created by stylist Davy Newkirk. Get the look by braiding large sections of hair and pressing with a straightening iron before untying, separating with fingers, and finishing with a dry texture spray.
Beanie Feldstein's Polished Waves
Rich-girl hair is the best descriptor for Beanie’s Blair-Waldorf-meets-Old-Hollywood look, masterminded by Peter Butler. Recreate it at home by first applying a bodifying mousse to wet hair and blow drying smooth. Centre-part the front section of hair, back-combing at the crown to boost the back section. Then, wrap even sections around a curling wand, letting curls cool completely before brushing repeatedly with an oval dressing brush until you have even, bouncy waves. Finish with a shine-enhancing hairspray and everyone’s enduring favourite accessory, the puffy headband.
What hairstyle would you like to re-create most?