Celeb Beauty: How To Get Tina Fey’s Golden Globes Hairstyle

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Celebs at the 2011 Golden Globes had such gorgeous hairstyles and one of my favorite celebs to watch that night was Tina Fey. Best Actress nominee and presenter Tina Fey was stunning at last night’s Golden Globe Awards in a navy L’Wren Scott gown and a chic updo. The velvet column dress and curly chignon channeled elegant, old Hollywood glamour. We got the red carpet secrets to achieve this gorgeous glam look straight from her stylist, Remington’s Richard Marin:

1)       Apply a texturizer or curl enhancing mousse to wet hair and blow dry using the diffuser attachment to create frizz-free curls and waves (Try the Remington T-Studio Pearl Ceramic Dryer with exclusive pearl technology for extra shine!)

2)       Use a small barrel iron – Marin recommends the Remington Style ¾ inch curling iron – to curl random sections of hair

3)       Shake hair several times (do NOT brush!) and mist hairspray throughout

4)       Pull hair into a loose low ponytail and twist into a loose bun at the neckline. Secure with bobby pins, spritz shine spray and you’re ready for your close-up!

I have to say this is Tina at her best. This do’ looks perfect on her and she looked absolutely amazing at the Golden Globes. I love it when celebrities wear their hair up because up hairstyles can show off their gorgeous dresses, makeup, and face bone structure. She definitely brought the Old Hollywood Glamour back tonight.

Thank you Richard Martin for breaking down this lovely hairstyle. At first glance, it seems a bit complicated but after reading the step-by-step process, it’s actually not as difficult. When I get the chance, I’ll try and replicate this hairstyle. Hopefully this hairstyle will look just as great on me as it does on her.

So many gorgeous dresses, makeup, and hairstyles at the Golden Globes but share with me your thoughts.

Are you loving this hair look on Tina Fey?

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