Five Glamorous Globes Looks


Award season is here and Beauty Coach is kicking it off with some Golden Globe glamour. We have the inside scoop on how to achieve five red carpet looks created by 901 Artists Nikki Lee, Riawna Capri, Jill Buck and Grace Crivello. These stunning looks are sure to inspire celebrity fashionista’s though out the entire 2017 award season!

Hilary Duff


“Hilary’s fun green dress called for something modern and fresh. We decided a full bang with a sleek pony tail was the way to go!”
Nikki Lee

Start by prepping damp hair with R+Co’s Park Ave Blow Out Balm, then blow out the hair smooth and straight. Use a Mason Pearson brush to blow out the bangs so they have a slight bend NOT a big bump from a round brush. Spray Unite’s 7Seconds glossing spray everywhere except bangs and flat iron hair. Use a Mason Pearson to smooth back hair into a pony tail. A hook tie elastic is key when pulling up a lot of hair. Once ponytail is secure take hair from under ponytail and wrap around elastic so it’s covered, then secure the end of the hair with a bobby-pin through the center of ponytail. Smooth ends of ponytail with R+Co Tinsel Smoothing Oil. Now onto the bangs and face framing bits. To ensure that the bangs won’t get oily and piece out too much try R+CO’s Death Valley Dry Shampoo on them. The pieces on the sides should be flat ironed straight and remain effortless looking. Top the look off by spraying Oribe’s Superfine Strong Hairspray.

Nina Dobrev

“This look works so well for Nina because it really shows off her lust-worthy locks.”
Riawna Capri

Apply a root lifter or volumizing mousse like R+Co Chiffon before blow drying. Take a 1- to 2-inch piece of hair, holding curling iron horizontally, curl the hair with a 1-inch curling iron. Coil the curl in a ring and clip the curl at the root. Repeat this technique throughout your hair. Once your hair has cooled, release all the pin curl clips and brush very strong over and over to soften the curl into an S shape with a boar bristle brush. Your hair should naturally fall into an S-like shape. Where your S-like shape dips in, clip the hair in place with a duck bill clip. Do this all over your head to really secure that wavy shape. Spritz your hair with a medium-hold hairspray like R+Co Outerspace and let the clips sit for a few minutes before releasing. Finish this look off with a shine spray like Unite 7Seconds Glossing for an ultimate glossy glamorous look.

Goldie Hawn


“Bridgette Bardot and Goldie Hawn herself were both inspirations in creating this look. I wanted her to feel like herself, and maintain her famous wispy bangs and face framing layers while creating a loose and effortless updo.”
Riawna Capri

Apply a root lifter like Unite Boosta before blow drying. Blow dry bangs forward and let them cool in a roller while loosely curling the rest of the hair. Sweeping both sides of the hair up, twist the hair and pin into place. Use the curls as the shape of the updo and pin into place. Release the bang roller and create extra volume and texture with Unite Expanda Dust. Finish with a strong hold hairspray like R+Co Vicious Strong Hold Hairspray.

Julianne Hough


“This look worked for Julianne because she needed an edgier more fashion forward look to compliment her vintage skirt and tank top. Taking the hair up or curled would have been too “princess looking” for her look.”
Jill Buck

Starting with a deep side part, slicked the hair into a low pony tail using R+Co High Dive moisture and shine cream and a flat iron. Next, wrap one half of the pony tail around the other and then secured with bobby pins until a tight knot is formed. Finish with Unite’s Session Max hairspray.

Vanessa Hudgens


“We wanted something elegant but still edgy that wouldn’t take away attention from her stunning gown”
Grace Crivello

Start out by giving the hair some texture by adding some loose waves. Create a center part then sectioned out the hair from the front of the ear and clip out of the way. Lightly back combed the crown and then tied it back into a low bun. Pinch and pull some sections by the crown to add more texture and volume. Leave a few pieces out by the hairline and then loosely twist and pin sections back into the bun using the rest of the hair.

Beauty Coach Team

Dominic Carbone

Beauty Coach Director

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