10 Golden Globes Hairstyles to Try Right Now!

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While most focus on just a celebrity’s attire we can’t help but check out their strands too! The hair is an accessory itself. Some even go as far to say that it is a ‘crown of glory.’ Nevertheless, regardless of how you view hair one thing is for sure…it can either make or break your entire ensemble. A bad hairstyle is like messing up an outfit that’s full of heat with the wrong pair of shoes. Fortunately, numerous celebs and their stylist teams got it right at this year’s Golden Globes. Did you catch all the looks? Here are 10 Golden Globes Hairstyles to Try Right Now!

10 Golden Globes Hairstyles to Try Right Now

Like fashion hair is quite subjective. Beauty is truly in the “eye of the beholder.” However, there were 10 Golden Globes Hairstyles that seemed to grab our attention instantaneously. Moreover, since we believe couture and hair compliment each other we will be showcasing these stunning ladies’ fashions as well. Let’s go!

Who: Viola Davis

Fashion: Michael Kors

Hair: Shoulder Length With Gorgeous Brown Highlights

Who: Kerry Washington

Fashion: Dolce and Gabbana

Hair: Sleek and Silky Smooth Down-to-There Hair

Who: Janelle Monae

Fashion: Armani Prive

Hair: Diamond Studded Natural Beehive

Who: Thandie Newton

Fashion: Monse

Hair: Smooth and Alluring Lengthy Ponytail

Who: Zazie Beetz

Fashion: Delphine Manivet

Hair: Effortless Natural Pulled Back Updo

Who: Tracee Ellis Ross

Fashion: Zuhair Murad

Hair: Voluminous Natural Ponytail

Who: Naomie Harris

Fashion: Armani Prive

Hair: Sleek “Vintage” Waves With Deep Side Part

Who: Karrueche Tran

Fashion: Dolce and Gabbana

Hair: Modern Top Knot With Slight Fringe

Who: Ruth Negga

Fashion: Louis Vuitton

Hair: Sophisticated and Sleek Pixie Cut

Who: Issa Rae

Fashion: Christian Siriano

Hair: Chic Braided Twist Updo in Dazzling Chestnut Brown

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