I don't ever post about red carpet fashion, hair, or beauty, but I'm breaking all the rules today to comment on Emma Watson's Golden Globes 2014 look. Her coral Dior dress-meets-pants combo was a sleek and modern standout in a sea of gown-clad actresses. The entire outfit is minimalist perfection, all complemented by polished hair and makeup.
To go with the dress's dramatic back, Vidal Sassoon Pro stylist Shelley Brien created a classic chignon with a contemporary twist. I like how it looks groomed yet artfully undone at the same time, with the deep side part, wispy bits, and loose locks tucked behind her ears.
Brien first sprayed Vidal Sassoon Pro Series Heat Protect & Shine Spray on damp hair, then blow-dried it smooth with a medium-sized boar bristle round brush. Once dry, she created a deep side part and sprayed Vidal Sassoon Pro Series ColorFinity Dry Shampoo in Rich Darks in the roots to create extra volume. Next, Brien backcombed the hair near the front to create texture and brushed it smooth before pulling Emma's hair back into a low ponytail. Finally, she wrapped the hair into a bun and pinned it in place, and pulled out a few pieces of hair in the front. The look was finished with a few spritzes of Vidal Sassoon Pro Series Flexible Hold Hairspray.
Of course, the sophistication's in the other details too. Those brows! That subtle taupe-grey smoky eye! Those rose lips! That solitary earring! Love.
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Hermione Granger's Emma Watson's Golden Globes look?
Thanks to #BeautyUnited for the insider info on Emma's hair!