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Emmy hairstyle award to Katherine Heigl

Katherine Heigl Emmy Hairstyle pic

Celebrity hairdresser gives Katherine Heigl’s Emmy hairstyles thumbs up

I pay attention to all of the award shows, it is a great place to see what might be coming as far as hairstyle trends. The Hollywood celebrities usually and the high priced hairdressers go all out for the Emmy’s and Oscar award shows. This year I was not able to blog in real time on what I was seeing like I did for the Oscars, that was fun and I’ll be doing it again. So I guess I’ll have to rely on someone else’s opinions. Marc Anthony, Canada’s celebrity hairstyling Guru gives a good review.

Marc also liked the Emmy hairstyles of Lisa Kudrow, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Evangeline Lilly, Blythe Danner, Allison Janney, Alfre Woodard, Mariska Hargitay, Heidi Klum and Jaime Pressly.

Marc Anthony’s Best Tressed List from Backstage at the 58TH Annual Emmy Awards

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA — (MARKET WIRE) — August 28, 2006 — Marc Anthony, Canada’s celebrity hairstyling Guru, was backstage at the 58th Annual Emmy Awards, to bring you the inside scoop on what stars won best and worst tressed for their red carpet strut.

After styling Melora Hardin for her Emmy winning red carpet walk and consulting with nominees Jean Smart and Allison Janney, Marc Anthony went backstage as the official hairdresser at the Emmy’s. After touching up the likes of Mariska Hargitay and Megan Mullally, he gives you the scoop on whose tresses dazzled and whose were uninspired.

“The overall trend was as I predicted with a side part and low bun,” says Marc who was seen adorning hair with ribbons and crystals for the nominees, Perrey Reeves and others including the hot new up-and-comer Lauren Conrad, during the week preceding the Emmy’s. “The stars were stunning, there were some huge wins and great hair bringing home my award for best tressed.”

With all kinds of style on the red carpet, who did Marc Anthony say did it the best?



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