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Kate Beckinsale Golden Globe Hairstyle

Kate Beckinsale Hair Style

How to Kate Beckinsale’s Golden Globe Hair Style

Thank you Robert Steinken and Videojug, for this quick and easy video on creating a bun or hair knot hair style that Kate Beckinsale wore at the 2009 Golden Globe ceremony.

The bun, was one big hairstyle of choice at the Golden Globe Awards 2009, as well as many other Red Carpet events this year. If you have long hair, this style needs to be in your repertoire of hairdo’s to do.  And, if you haven’t quite learned how to master the bun, chignon or hair knot . . . this video is for you.

All you need will be:

  • Brush (boar brush recommended)
  • elastic band
  • bobby pins
  • shine serum, optional
  • finishing spray

Styling Your Hair:How To Create A Hair Knot

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More Golden Globes Hairstyles: Kyra Sedgwick’s Retro Hair

Kyra Sedgwick Hair Style

Kyra Sedgwick’s hairstyle recalls the 1940s femme fatale!

Kyra Sedgewick’s, Oscar de la Renta dress and her retro hair style, are reminiscent of the late-great Rita Hayworth, Veronica Lake and Audrey Hepburn. These gals of the 40’s had a style all their own! No other era quite captures the confident, dangerous, sensuous, sexy, type of femininity that these ladies exude!

Retro hairstyles are back once again to remind us that these women should not be forgotten and femininity rules! A classic 1940s femme fatale look, is the hair style Robert Vetica, renown celebrity hairdresser, chose for Kyra Sedgwick at this years Golden Globes. Robert was hairdresser for both Kyra and Salma Hayek at this years awards and has a list of celebrities he has worked with that includes, Eva Longoria, Hilary Swank and Naomi Watts to name just a few.

If you want to pull off one of these 1940’s looks, Robert Vetica gives up his secrets below. But, remember also, these gals oozed personality with an attitude, which defines the era. And if you can capture THAT . . . you’ve got it and you too could be put on stage!

Rita Hayworth
Lovely Rita Hayworth!

How to get the look:

  • Work a smoothing serum into towel dried hair and blow dry smooth with a large round brush. Robert used Moroccanoil Treatment on Kyra Sedgwick’s hair.
  • Mist around hairline with a strong hold spray gel and direct hair up and away from the forehead and face.
  • Lightly spray hair with a thermal protecting spray to protect and give a firm hold to curling. Curl with large barrel curling iron to create waves and volume.
  • Finish by rubbing a small amount of styling cream into hands and distributing throughout the hair to give a finishing shine. Robert used Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream.



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Hair Coloring Mistakes

Hair Coloring Mistakes

Salon Hair Coloring Mistakes Should be Corrected

I am beginning to have gray strands. I went in to have the gray in my chocolate brown hair covered. The colorist used the hair color primarily on my roots and $80 later my roots are brassy red!! When I complained to him and the manager, both denied that the roots were brassy. Well I am home and my friends and family see the light red roots. What happened and can it be fixed?


I really get mad when I hear a complaint like this! It’s obvious that your hair coloring is not satisfactory AND that the salon has flat out denied that there is a problem . . . . HELLO . . . is there anybody in there??

What happened to the age old rule, “the customer is always right?” In a service business, it should not be hard to get good service! Is it really a waste of your hair colorist’s time and money, to re-do your roots and make things right? If they would think it through, showing some TLC and making it right, to your satisfaction, is a win-win scenario.

I have to believe these guys just don’t “get it.” Sometimes however, in a busy, stressful, time sensitive schedule, a hair colorist may believe that an initial new hair coloring may tone down and fade a bit after a shampoo. Or, that the client might see their new hair color differently with a little time.

I’m not trying to make an excuse here, but just letting you know what it sounds like they were being hopeful for. So if this initial discussion with your hair colorist and manager was at the salon after the service was done, I would call your hair colorist back first. You have $80. invested and as long as you don’t think he is incompetent, now is a time to be tactfully assertive to let him know you are unhappy.

I would say something like; “I went home thinking that maybe I was wrong and that my roots might be just fine with a shampoo or two.” (Falling on your sword is always an easy out for others) “But, I’m just not happy and I still see light red roots. I’ve also had family members and friends say they see the problem as well. I’m sure there must be something we can do, so I thought I would call and let you know.” This is direct and to the point, but not in a blaming way. The problem of red roots can be fixed easily by a professional in hair coloring.

Keep in mind, most hair colorists and salons want to keep their clientele, you are their bread and butter after all. They might need a chance to make it right. Any professional I’ve worked with would want to make it right!


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