Golden Globes 2016: See a Best Updos From Every Angle

It’s a thing that frustrates us many about endowment shows (other than women usually being asked who they’re wearing): Some of a many elaborate, thought-out, and rarely expected luminary hairstyles of a whole year are happening, and nonetheless we usually get to see many of them from a front. When it comes to updos in particular, it’s always a behind we’re unequivocally failing to see. Yet even when actresses spin around to uncover off a backs of their gowns on a red carpet, they mostly keep their heads incited toward a camera (acting-school 101, we assume). You can even forget removing a decent demeanour during a behind of a winning actress’ plat while she walks adult to a stage, unless a chairman happens to be a quite awkward/slow stairs-climber and we don’t blink much. And while it appears that red-carpet photographers are finally perplexing harder to squeeze back-of-hairstyle photos for us—we’re saying some-more of them with each eventuality that comes around, hallelujah—sometimes we still have to unequivocally hunt for them.

Because we’ve always got your behind (see what we did there?), hunt for all those fugitive 360-degree hair photos is accurately what we did during final night’s 2016 Golden Globes. And they infer that some of the best beauty moments of a whole night happened in a behind perspective mirror—meaning even zealous watchers could simply have missed them.

Our favorite from-the-back hair matter of a dusk belonged to Brooklyn star Saoirse Ronan, whose hair was a Grecian-goddess anticipation estimable of her Saint Laurent gown—and best noticed from a back. For a beautiful lead thread detail, hairstylist Adir Abergel combined dual braids afterwards hand-wrapped them in bullion twine.



Swedish singer Alicia Vikander was also feeling a enchantress vibes with her white robe and low disfigured bun by stylist Chris Naselli for Tresemme, who prepped her hair with sea-salt mist for additional hold.



Cate Blanchett astounded us with a rapids plat in a behind of her sideswept updo by Robert Vetica for Philip Kingsley.



Then, of course, there was Rooney Mara, who fundamentally done a whole night all about her hulk braid—perhaps in partial since we’ve only never seen a clean-lines-loving beauty wear anything tighten to large hair before. Credit once again goes to Adir Abergel (he’s a bustling guy).



Jenna Dewan-Tatum‘s updo by Jen Atkin featured a Dutch plat wound into a bun during a bottom and a blinged-out shave by Chloe and Isabel.



An even twistier conditions was function on a behind of Jaimie Alexander‘s head. Don’t skip the how-to photos posted by stylist Andrew Fitzsimons, who was going for a curled outcome (he combined extensions for some-more volume).



And what’s a grave eventuality but an coming by that many classical of updos, a French twist? Rachel McAdams wore an updated chronicle with really saturated roots—one of the biggest Golden Globes 2016 beauty trends. Hairstylist Mark Townsend used “tons, and we meant TONS” of dry shampoo to get this lift. (Fun fact: Her sister Kayleen, who we love, did her makeup.)



Kate Winslet went with a regretful asymmetrical updo by Renato Campora for Fekkai. “It looks roughly like a mistake bob,” he says.




We were all watchful to see Glamour cover lady Jennifer Lawrence, and her low tangle by Jenny Cho didn’t defect … from any angle.



Then there are always those calming glimpses of hairstyles we could indeed duplicate but veteran help, like Kate Bosworth‘s hairstyle. From a back, it’s a simple ballerina bun (perfected by stylist Bridget Brager). This, we can do.



Same goes for America Ferrera‘s accidentally stylish hair demeanour for a night.



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