Film’s biggest night is finally upon us, and while some folks are tracking who won what and who wore what, we’re more invested in the best hairstyles of celebrities from the 2023 awards shows.
Keep scrolling to see some of our favorite hairstyles of different famous celebrities from the 2023 Awards shows
Celebrity hairstylist Justine Marjan used Tresemme on Ashley Graham for the 2023 Met Gala.
The inspiration behind this hairstyle was to pay tribute to the classic Chanel bob and the brand’s history. Chanel’s founder, Karl Lagerfeld, often showcased models with slicked-back hair or side parts. So, they chose a side part, and the wavy front of the hair was a nod to Chanel’s spring ’93 collection. The flipped ends were inspired by Chanel’s spring ’97 couture show.
Sofia Carson is a very beautiful actress.Sofia Carson looked really beautiful at the Oscars. She also had a fancy updo made by hairstylist Caile Noble using affordable Dove hair products that cost less than $30.
Jenna Ortega usually has a gothic-glam style, but she tried something different. She had auburn hair in a messy bob with curtain bangs, styled by her hairstylist David Stanwell.
Angela Bassett, the famous actress, says that awards don’t really tell us how good an actor is.She looks stunning with a classic Old Hollywood hairstyle, thanks to the talented celebrity hairstylist Randy Stodghill. Here’s how he achieved this timeless look:
Angela Bassett wowed in soft, voluminous curls that perfectly framed her strong facial features. On a night when every hair out of place is sure to be photographed and posted far and wide online, a wavy or curly style is the most forgiving way to go. The more tousled, the better. If you’d like to try this look yourself at home, try popping Velcro rollers into hot, freshly blow-dried hair either by hand or with your air styler. Allow the hair to cool completely, then remove the rollers and spray with hairspray and/or texturizer.
Elizabeth Olsen had a stylish bun in the middle of her head at the 2023 event. She also had her usual fluffy eyebrows. Hairstylist Mark Townsend used Phyto products, like the Phytodefrisant Anti-Frizz Blow Dry Balm, to keep her hair smooth and shiny by preventing any stray hair from sticking out
Tonight is the 80th Golden Globes, which is a big deal for people who love movies and TV shows. It’s also a special time for those who really like fashion, especially when celebrities walk the red carpet. Laverne Cox, who you might know from “Orange Is the New Black,” is hosting the part where they talk to the stars on the red carpet. She looked really stylish in her dress and had a cool new hairstyle. It’s exciting for her fans and for people who enjoy watching the awards show.
she debuted a short, blond, curly hairstyle that strongly resembled the blonde bombshell’s cut from the early ’60s.
After two controversial years away, the 80th annual Golden Globes—which kicks off awards season— finally made its way back to our screens.
We really like the beautiful ponytail hairstyle that hairstylist Alexander Armand made for Quinta Brunson .He used a spray called Hairstory Undressed Hair Texturizing Spray, which costs $38.00, to make her hair in the ponytail look textured and sexy while keeping it soft and lovely.
The star from “M3gan” looked really nice on the red carpet with a pretty hairstyle by hairstylist David von Cannon. To get her hair ready, Cannon used some special sprays and a round brush to make it look nice and full.
“After her hair dried, I used a curling iron to make little curls in her hair to make it look interesting. Then, I used a bit of special oil to make her hair look shiny,” he said. “After that, I gently pulled her hair into a low ponytail and made a loose bun that wasn’t too perfect, with some strands of hair left out to make it look young and fresh.”
If you found the front of Milly Alcock’s hair, all sleek and shiny in a half-up style, lovely, then you’ll be delighted by what you see at the back. Her hairstylist, Graham Nation, added delicate silver hair chains to the back of her hair, and they beautifully complemented her Givenchy dress.
10.Sheryl Lee Ralph
We don’t often think of red carpet events as mini workouts, but when it comes to Sheryl Lee Ralph‘s 2023 Golden Globes gown, we might have to reconsider.
Sheryl Lee Ralph had a remarkable hairstyle. Her hair was parted exactly down the middle, and it was styled completely straight. This gorgeous look was crafted by hairstylist Moira “Fingaz” Frazier.
Hairstylist Moira “Fingaz” Frazier aimed for a “natural, gentle, and alluring appearance” for Nicole Byer, and we must say that the curly updo with playful tendrils framing her face, which by the way is actually a wig, certainly achieves that effortlessly charming look.
This year, Pamela Anderson’s vintage updo hairstyle brought back some cherished memories, and Byer looked simply lovely with her carefree strands gently gathered into a relaxed and charming messy bun.
12.Ana de Armas
The star from “The Blonde” had lovely soft waves in her hair, thanks to the talented hairstylist Jenny Cho. Here’s how she did it:
First, Cho used some products to protect and style de Armas’s hair.
Then, Cho used a special hairdryer and a brush to give the hair a bit of volume while blow-drying it. She also added some extra hair to make it longer and cut it to the right length.
Next, Cho used a curling iron to make soft, relaxed waves in the hair. She pinned each curl and let them cool down. After that, she gently loosened the curls and added some shine with a spray. Finally, she used spray to keep the curls in place.
DeBose had a stylish side-part bun with a neat front bun, done by hairstylist Takisha Sturdivant–Drew using Matrix products. Here’s how they did it:
- 1.DeBose used Matrix Fixer Spray to make her low bun sleek and flat against her head.
- 2.They shaped the bun and made it stay in place with Matrix Builder Wax Spray.
- 3.To finish the look and keep it in place, DeBose used a mix of Fixer Spray and Builder Wax Spray.
Cate Blanchett looked amazing with her messy, pulled-back hairstyle that can work for various hair lengths. It’s a relaxed style that mixes a sleek look with some loose waves. Whether you have long or short hair, you can try this style. Instead of using a fine comb, just use your fingers and some hair wax to push your hair away from your face. Don’t worry about making it super neat – go for a natural, easygoing vibe.
Ayo Edibiri looked very classy with her hairstyle. She had her hair pulled up in a neat and effortless bun, and there were some curly strands of hair near her face to add a nice touch. Her hairstylist who created this look is Marcia Hamilton.
Jennifer Coolidge had a truly exceptional hairstyle with some of the fluffiest and most voluminous curls we’ve ever seen. These curls were styled by hairstylist Janine Thompson, and they looked absolutely gorgeous.
Danai Gurira had a hairstyle that looked like Marge Simpson’s from a cartoon. She had a bunch of buns piled up on top of each other, making her hair really tall. It was a cool look, but the person sitting behind her at the event might have had trouble seeing because her hair was so high. However, on Oscars night, people like to wear unique and bold outfits, so it’s all good.
The fancy event’s red carpet is a great place to have fun with your hair. Florence Pugh showed off her creativity with a unique hairstyle. She made a cool twisted bun that had fake bangs in the front. While this hairstyle is more for artistic and high-fashion occasions, you can still try something similar for your next stylish event or just for fun at home, even if it’s just you and your dog. To make it work, use a product called pomade instead of gel or hairspray. It holds your hair in place without making it look flaky.
At the Oscars, Nicole Kidman showed off a beautiful strawberry blond hairstyle done with a technique called balayage. It’s a modern way to color hair, moving away from the harsh roots you might have seen before.
With balayage, your hair color starts with your natural shade at the roots and gradually gets lighter towards the ends. This can be a subtle change if you have lighter hair or a more noticeable one if your hair is naturally dark.
If you’ve been using bleach and dye on your whole head for a long time, balayage is a gentler option that’s also low-maintenance and trendy. It’s better for your hair in the long run.
Chloe Flower’s hairstyle was a stunning sight to behold. Her hair had beautiful loose waves, and it was parted to the side, giving her an elegant and timeless look. The hairstylist responsible for this masterpiece was Danielle Priano, who used products from Sexy Hair to achieve this stylish and flawless hairstyle.