Golden Globes Beauty: What Went Wrong, Guys?

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Jared Leto's Lazy Man-Bun
Updos: They're not just for ladies anymore. Jared Leto decided to attend a black tie awards show wearing — what we like to call — the post-gym hair ... more 
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Jared Leto's Lazy Man-Bun
Updos: They're not just for ladies anymore. Jared Leto decided to attend a black tie awards show wearing — what we like to call — the post-gym hair knot. It's slicked back into bun and sort of half-pulled out. Chase Kusero, Leto's regular hair stylist (yup) told the Hollywood Reporter that "I wanted to do
something that was elegant that also said rock and roll, an 'I did it myself' kind of look." But this was not your everyday knot. Kusero said he boiled and bottled day-old salt water, then misted it on Leto's hair for texture, finishing with Oribe Shine Spray. The result is a dude's take on the "I'm-trying-hard-to-not-look-like-I-tried-hard" look. less 
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Mon, Jan 13, 2014 3:35 PM EST
While women are typically the focus of the red carpet, something very interesting happened at Sunday's Golden Globe awards. It's as if somehow, astonishingly all at once, Hollywood's leading men said, "Wait a minute. Why do women get to have all the fun?" and went totally berserk with fake tanner, electric razors, hair gel, and bobby pins. Dudes, this is tricky territory, and countless women have botched their red carpet looks so badly their looks are forever etched in our memories (see: Jennifer Aniston's dreadlocks in 1999, Charlize Theron's "Monster" tan in 2004, and Nicole Kidman's powder malfunction in 2009). Thankfully these guys have an entire award season to improve, but let's take a closer look at the sad state of men's beauty at the Golden Globes this year. By Joanna Douglas, Yahoo Shine Senior Fashion