Oh, but the fashion is just the beginning. We’re all about analyzing the best and worst of the stars’ makeup and hair at the Golden Globes too. Who was most likely to be storing a pack of Johnny Depp’s cloves in her updo? Which actress should have reconsidered channeling “Dynasty”? Click through to find out…
Julianne Hough has had one of the best bobs in the game for a while now — her artfully layered, shoulder length style was super flattering and helped her stand out in a sea of long-haired ladies. But alas, the beautiful bob is no more. Julianne Instagrammed a picture of her new extensions last night, captioned with the hashtags “#changeisgood” and “#longhairdontcare.” Sadly, I kind of do care, as I’m not a fan of this more generic long hairstyle. Maybe she was looking for a way to distract everyone from that Halloween black face fiasco? What do you guys think of Julianne’s new look? Love it or leave it? [Popsugar]
At the British Fashion Awards earlier this week, Sienna Miller debuted a new shade of blonde hair best described as “rose gold.” Basically a very light pink with orange tint, those plebeians at Crayola would probably call it “peach.” I happen to think this wash of color is quite pretty on the right person. And as a number of other celebs have demonstrated, rose gold color can be used in subtle highlights or as an overall color. Click on to see what I mean…
Your hair is like a tree — it should change color when autumn rolls around. I love fall hair colors because they’re darker, deeper, and more dimensional than summer hues, plus they’re often described with dessert-related words (chocolate, honey, caramel, butterscotch, etc.), which delights me to no end. If you’re yearning to update your tresses this fall (and aren’t we all?), look no further than these 10 celebs’ envy-worthy locks in every shade from icy blonde to jet black. Better yet, have your stylist flip through this slideshow and decide which shade would look best on you. Here’s to the season of gorgeous hair!
Here’s a GIF of the actress trying on Google Glass, but more importantly, we get to see her new haircut — which I suspected could be a wig from someone’s Kate Gosselin Halloween costume — from all angles. It looks better than I previously thought, if still a bit reverse-mullet-y. This concludes my Jennifer Lawrence Cut Her Hair Update.
Lots of celebs lately have gone the pixie cut route — both Pamela Anderson and Kristen Chenoweth have chopped their hair in the last few weeks. The latest to (maybe) join them? “Hunger Games” star Jennifer Lawrence, who posted the above photo to her Facebook page. My gut said she was just wearing a wig, because this cut is so Kate Gosselin-esque that I can’t imagine a stylist seriously giving it to her. Unless she went to Supercuts. But then E! has a source telling them that Jennifer “loves” her new look, which makes me think she actually did cut her hair. Which, fine, it’s her hair, just a bunch of dead skin cells, blah blah, but good god, someone trim back that big front bang piece please. [E! Online]
Here’s one of my favorite Tweets from the past week: “Very interested in this high school where the least attractive girl is Chloe Moretz.” I mean, right?! Case in point: the breathtakingly lovely Ms. Moretz, shown here at the premiere of the just-released “Carrie” remake. I am obsessed with her center-parted side braid, which is barely a braid anymore because it’s all sexily messed up. It looks semi-easy to recreate for anyone with long, thick hair — just part hair in the middle, pull it to the side, braid loosely over your shoulder, and then pull random pieces out for a messy look. You’ll instantly be the ugliest girl at school! Like, in a good way. [Fame/Flynet]
It’s been about, oh, eight months since I got my hair cut — I’m lazy, what can I say? — and on days when its just too out of control to wear down, I throw it up in a haphazard sloppy bun. So, apparently, does Steven Tyler. Repeat: Steven Tyler and I have the same hairstyle. I need to go lie down now. [Photo: Pacific Coast News]
In this brief-but-totally-endearing interview, Goddess/actress/hair role model Connie Britton finally revealed the secret behind her legendary locks (in addition to the fact that she has constant access to a professional hairstylist, which is not really a secret). Here’s a hint: it involves NOT doing something that most people do to their hair way too often. Click play to find out! [Huffington Post]