updated 01/29/2007 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 01/29/2007 AT 01:00 AM EST
BLACK IS BOLD AND COLOR IS FUN, BUT NOTHING TOUCHES WHITE (AND BETTER NOT!) FOR CLEAN, SOPHISTICATED STYLE
ALI LARTER in Reem Acra.
KATE WINSLET in Azzaro.
EMILY BLUNT in vintage Hervé Léger Couture.
SALMA HAYEK in Dior by John Galliano.
Good thing Naomi Watts was feeling blue—she electrified the red carpet in a turquoise Gucci gown with metallic beadwork.
Behind the Seams
HAIR FOLLIES: Stylist Oscar Blandi may have done the handiwork, but the idea for Sienna Miller's Heidi hair was all hers. "I made sure it was a modern and updated version," says Blandi. "She loved it."...
SIENNA MILLER'S BRAID:
A HAIR ...
SILVER STREAK: "I wanted her face to reflect the beauty of the fabric," says makeup artist Linda Hay of the silver brocade L'Wren Scott dress Sarah Jessica Parker wore. "We wanted bright and classic—a little pinky cheek and lip, keeping it simple." Parker "loves makeup," adds Hay. "And she is very good at it."...
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BRIGHT AND EARLY: On Jan. 13, Nagin, a colorist at John Frieda Salon in L.A., made Cate Blanchett "more sun-kissed and glamorous" at 7 a.m. and "brightened up" Sheryl Crow at 8 a.m....
THREE'S A CHARM: ET's Vanessa Minnillo wore three dresses (including designs from Melissa Sweet and Kevan Hall) in one day. Her secret? "Have a side room available to change and [a] girlfriend to zip, tuck, poke and squeeze you into your dress!"
STARS TURNED UP THE VOLUME AND THE MESSAGE WAS LOUD AND CLEAR: THEY'RE NOT AFRAID TO TAKE THEIR HAIR TO EVEN GREATER HEIGHTS
The Golden Globes are a sit-down affair, but plenty of coifs stood out—and up. Among them? Jennifer Lopez's retro do styled by Ken Paves. "We were going for a '60s Sharon Tate and Brigitte Bardot look," says the stylist. "It's sexy, but fresh and youthful." Not only does it take a lot of hair to carry off the volume, it takes confidence. "And she's got lots," adds Paves.