Instead of a straight bob like Byrne and Faris, Milla went for tousled waves that fell in every direction. It was a great contrast to her strong red lip and old Hollywood one-shoulder dress.
The Bridesmaids actress continued to turn heads with her sleek bob, while keeping it simple and chic. "We wanted it to be all about shine and a high-gloss finish," said her stylist Harry Josh, the John Frieda International Creative Consultant. To keep flyaways in place, Josh swiped stray strands with John Frieda Full Repair Touch-Up Flyaway Tamer.
From the front, George Clooney's better hair looked to be sporting a classic side swept 'do but from the back the retro look actually had a twist at the nape of the neck, pulling the hair to the left.
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Williams' pixie has become a staple on the red carpet but seems to never get old. Hairstylist Chris McMillan spritzed Michelle's bangs and part with Wella Professionals Stay Essential Finishing Spray to keep them shiny and in place all night long. The Best Actress nominee recently dyed her strands a lighter blonde and paired with a raspberry lip to really make the blonde pop.
Big buns were a red carpet trend but Wilde's was less intense, complimenting instead of distracting. Hairstylist Davy Newkirk, who created Oliva's look, whipped up tons of texture by applying Wella Professioanls Pearl Styler before blow drying and styling.
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