HOUSE OF DAME BLOG » Red Carpet Report
The 70th Annual Golden Globes definitely did not disappoint this year. From the winners to all the red carpet looks we were enamored with this award show and everyone there. The red carpet was star studded with glitz, glamour, and diamond worthy hair. Through all the sparkle we managed to find our stand out THD award winners.
She might be the star of ‘2 Broke Girls’ but on Emmy night, Kat Dennings looked like a million bucks! Kat sent those beachy waves we wore over the summer packing and showed us how to tighten things up in a more polished look for fall.Here are The Hair Dame’s professional step-by-steps to get this look!Step 1)Use a 1 1/2″ barrel curling iron. We suggest using the Hot Tools brand, which is an affordable line of curling irons that are easy to find and use.Step 2)Create the desired part in your hair. Middle part is always chic, but its important to work with your natural waves or cowlicks and frame your face accordingly. Support your individual style!Step 3)Take 2″ sections of your hair and wrap it around the iron holding it for 30 seconds. Make sure to spray each section of hair with L’Oreal Enet hairspray. It is the industry choice – and our favorite hairspray!Step 4)To take it a step further and create this angelic look, take 2 pieces of your hair from the front and pull them back, pinning each side in place.Do one last spray all over and don’t forget your boldest lipstick to complete the look!Now that’s a Dame!
We felt like the hair at the 2012 Emmy’s for the most part, fell a little flat – nobody came up with anything that really stood out to us as Dame winning worthy – however we still found some favorites and the nominees go to….
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Heidi Klum screamed “take that!” to the tabloids with her classically glamourour look.
Julianne Hough was the epitome of old Hollywood glam! Ryan Seacrest is lucky to have this Dame on his arm!
Sophia Vergara worked that mermaid look! She captured the essence of a Dame from head to tail… err um, toe.