It’s the season for short styles like bobs, lobs, shaves, pixies and modern mallets.
“Wednesday” star Jenna Ortega made headlines at the Golden Globes with an edgy ’90s-inspired Wolf cut created by hairstylist David Stanwell.
“We took a few risks, but I think it’s good to just have a little tweak here and there and have fun and try new things,” Stanwell told reporters. fringed her features, and Ortega’s hair was flicked in thin layers. I love making a statement with my haircut.”
After blow-drying using Fekkai’s products, he set his hair with velcro rollers, leaving the bangs behind. I lifted my hair a little and pushed it in. [the] Keep the hair behind your ears relaxed yet chic. ”
Relaxed-chic carpeting was the trend in favor of old Hollywood glitzy carpeting, a favorite at both the Globe and Critics’ Choice Awards. But the bold, fresh short cut was the highlight.
“Pam & Tommy” nominee Lily James paired the two with classic ’50s-style chops at the Globe Awards. Hairstylist Halley Brisker recently cut her chocolate-brown hair short and used Great Length Hair Tape Extensions to extend her shoulder-length bob. It helped, he said.
Angela Bassett, who won Best Supporting Actress for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, also played the classic movie star in a curly bob with the help of hairstylist Randy Stojihill. And Claire Danes, nominated for “Fleishman Is in Trouble,” is sophisticated, courtesy of Mara Roszak.
At Critics’ Choice, Janelle Monáe (SeeHer Award winner) turned heads with her short hair braided knots (and, of course, a sheer Vera Wang dress). “Braided,” the beauty artist dubbed the look.
A stunning figure transformed with her new bob was Kelsey Asbill from ‘Yellowstone’, who was also the center of attention at the ceremony. I left it on (paired perfectly with YSL Lip in Plum Burgundy, created by makeup artist Emily Cheng).
Julia Garner, who won Best Supporting Actress for “Ozark,” also stood out in a bleached pixie. Her Viola Davis, star of “The Woman King,” sported a short, voluminous afro. Letitia from “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” Her light and illustrator Her model Monica ‘s Darcy—a newcomer to watch. Carpet — in avant-garde midnight blue, colored by Eleni Tsesmatzoglou, cut by Jody Taylor, sculpted by Mira Chai Hyde (make-up with teardrops inspired by “Cry Baby” by her artist Holly Silius) match).