Red Carpet Hair Trends To Try At Home!

We’re well into awards season 2015 and there are a couple great trends I’ve been seeing on the red carpet that you can easily try at home! First is the sleek bun or chignon. We saw a lot of this style at the Golden Globes where A-listers like Jennifer Aniston and Anna Kendrick rocked it with simple, elegant looks, while Melissa McCarthy gave it a fresh twist with a side bun. Kerry Washington gave her bun a playful vibe by leaving it a little messy.


And it pops up again at the Critic’s Choice Awards where Michelle Monaghan is effortlessly chic.

20th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards - Red Carpet

To get this look at home is very simple and then you’ll be ready to rock almost any occasion:
1. Simply pull your hair back into a sleek ponytail and secure with a non-metal elastic.
2. Slip a donut over the elastic and brush the hair into place over the donut.
3. Wrap the extra hair around the base of the donut and secure with four bobby pins.

The other look I really love is the wavy bob. First of all, a bob is a fabulous, classic style that is extremely versatile. It’s got great shape to the cut and can look great with any face shape.


A-listers from Emma Stone to Naomi Watts and Sienna Miller rocked fabulous wavy/textured bobs at the Golden Globes, and in fact my favorite hair of the night was Allison Williams’ wavy, slanted bob.

Allison Williams

We also saw a sweet, wavy bob from Kristen Bell on the People’s Choice red carpet, a funky, edgy, textured bob on Portia de Rossi at the same event, and a slightly curlier take from the fabulous Rosario Dawson at the Critic’s Choice Awards.

bob trend

As you can see, there are a ton of different ways to wear a bob and they can all look elegant, but very modern at the same time. Loving this trend! Excited to see what pops up next at the SAG Awards!

xoxo, Kim


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