The Golden Globes signals the start of the awards season, which gives us the great excuse to choose our favourite styles from the red carpet. It also gives you the chance to hone your dressing hair skills ready for prom nights, weddings and the other big occasion for when client need your creativity and technique to make them wow at a party.
Dressing hair can often look scary but we have brought together some of the world’s best hairdressers to share their skills and techniques with you – breaking them down into easy to follow steps so you can master what they do.
Awards kicked off this week with the Golden Globes and we think these were the show-stopping styles and we’ve got the hairdressing training videos for you to recreate them.
Evan Rachel Wood’s Golden Globes Hairstyle
Evan Rachel Wood gives a nod to the current androgynous trend yet retains a soft feel with her exaggerated 40s-esque fringe. This look is ideal for clients who need occasion hair but don’t want to feel overly ‘done’ or too girly.
Evan Rachel Wood
The maestro of long hair Patrick Cameron demonstrates his take on vintage 1940’s Hollywood, using a ponytail base combined with finger waves for a sophisticated asymmetric look. While the feeling of this hairstyle has a very 40’s feel to it, at the same time it has a very modern structure and texture that looks incredible on your clients. To achieve a similar look to Evan Rachel Wood focus on the fringe area only keeping the crown and back clean and straight.
Rope Twist Updo Tutorial
Drew Barrymore opted for a more relaxed style to show off her blonde locks, leaving all the drama to her stunning sliver dress.
Drew Barrymore’s Golden Globes hairstyle
In this tutorial international session stylist, Snowden Hill starts with the very basics on how to master a straight to wavy blow dry featuring pointers on product use, tension, smooth defined curls and backcombing. The final result provides light reflecting, loopy, luscious curls for an enduring uptown look bringing red carpet session techniques to the salon.
Long Straight To Wavy Blow Dry
Emma Stone at the Golden Globes
We love Emma Stone’s modern chignon with the cool twist of longer section kept loose to drape on her shoulder. This is a clever look which stays on trend, without looking too done and is still has a sense of occasion.
Callam Warrington’s tutorial introduces how to create a classic chignon – the starting point for a style similar to Emma Stone’s. He teaches about root direction, product application and hand dexterity to create a classic look.
How To Do A Classic Chignon Tutorial
As hairdressers, we do love it when we see a celeb sporting an intricate up do so we were happy to see Lily Collins choosing a full-on bun with additional braids.
If your clients are looking for some serious drama for their hair, then choose this education video from Joseph Koniak. HIs dressing hair tutorial of a net sculptured updo features pointers on sectioning, backcombing, ponytail and net placement, preparation and adding hair.
The final result is opulent swirls offset against an elegant cone base in the nape. A hint of vintage and ballroom chic netted for super longevity and flawless poise. Guaranteed to give the wow factor.
Learn a vintage look with Joseph Koniak
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