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Last night's Golden Globes didn't disappoint for their glamour and their drama. As for hair, low, messy buns, tightly pulled-back buns and long, loose waves were the story of the night.
Actress Rose Bryne was among the actresses sporting the look. Harry Josh, John Frieda International Creative Consultant, shares his styling secrets with easy-to-use tips and tricks to achieve Byrne's stunning look.
"I went for an old school Hollywood style with a modern twist," said Harry. "The shape and silouette is classic, but I roughed it up a little and loosened the waves to make the look less up tight."
Harry began by applying John Frieda's Luxurious Volume Bountiful Body Mousse to Rose's wet hair to add texture.
EXPERT TIP: "Before you start styling, add tons of Luxurious Volume Mousse to sectioned off hair. It will give hair the it texture needs to help the waves set and stay in all night," explains Harry.
Harry blow dryed the hair with a round brush section by section. Using a small curling iron, he wrapped each section with the iron pointed down. Then he brushed out the curls until he achieved the perfect wave.
EXPERT TIP: "To ensure Rose's hair would look perfect in front of the cameras and would stay full and lifted throughout the night, I sprayed John Frieda's Luxurious Volume All Out Hold Hairspray. This spray is really light and dry so it doesn't effect the style, but will hold waves in place for hours." explained Harry. "A quick spray and she was ready to go."
Last he added a side pin, just to give the look a little touch of glamour.
Here are some photos of some of our favorite textured celebs last night. Use the comments section below to tell us what you think of the 'dos!
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