Golden Globes 2016: Hairstyle Report

The Most Glamorous Red Carpet Hairstyles From The 73rd  Golden Globe Awards

Last Sunday the hustle bustle in the Beverly Hilton Hotel was a celebrity entourage pandemonium!
The first award show of the season within a few hours time and the Hollywood A-listers’ style squad was in a frenzy to create the most stand-out looks for their stars. So, as the icons stepped out in their glamorous best they made sure that the fashion followers have some serious trouble zeroing on the most stunning trends among them all.
If last week we covered the Red Carpet outfits from The Golden Globes, this week we are looking at the hairstyles by which the ladies floored us at the award night.
From pristine vintage glam to effortless loose locks we got loads to update you so read on..
Theme vintage seemed to rule the style books of the stars this year, as the edgy rocker Lady Gaga to prim princesses Kate Winslet and Cate Blanchett patronised this look for the night, while Katy Perry, Jenniffer Lopez, Amber Heard followed suit.
We spotted some really beautiful updos as well, as Rooney Mara flaunted those textured braids or Saoirse Ronan sported a new take on the Grecian loose hair with an addition of a bejewelled string. However, Olivia Wilde and Zendaya Coleman’s smooth waves were no less divaesque. Go through the gallery below to check out the gorgeous beauties in their trendsetting hairstyles.

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