By Leah Ornstein – Radar Style & Beauty Editor
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who had the most beautiful hair and makeup at the Golden Globes of them all?
Hollywood’s hottest stars teamed up with the biggest hair stylists and makeup artists in the biz to get them glam and red carpet ready for the annual show on Sunday night – but not everyone looked flawlessly faced and haute headed.
RadarOnline.com has photos and details about how all your favorite stars glammed up for the big night, and who failed to impress.
PHOTOS: The Best & Worst Hair & Makeup At The 2012 Golden Globes
Reese Witherspoon may not have been nominated for any awards, but she was a true showstopper from her gorgeous Zac Posen gown to her bohemian and natural do courtesy of Frederic Fekkai’s Adir Abergel, who also tousled the tresses of Diana Agron. Want to get Reese’s look? Adir started by using Fekkai COIFF™ Océanique Tousled Wave Spray throughout dry hair. He then used a small amount of Fekkai Brilliant Glossing Cream, applying it to the ends
of hair to create a moisturizing seal. Using a medium round brush he blow-dried the hair with volume. He then wrapped the hair around a one inch curling iron using slight tension to create loose waves. This process was repeated around the head. Lastly, Adir took the hair at the crown of the
head, pulling it back for a Bardo-style bump. He finished the look with Fekkai COIFF™ Sheer Hold Hairspray for hold and Fekkai Brilliant Glossing Sheer Shine Mist for shine.
Stacy Keibler was a vision of perfection, hanging on the arm of George Clooney in a ravishing Valentino gown. The former wrestler got gorgeous with makeup artist Marina Gravani, who used NYX Cosmetics and KeSARI Beauty skincare products to get her glowing and looking effortlessly glam.
Jessica Chastain took old Hollywood glamour to the max with her Givenchy gown and the help of mark celebrity makeup artist Mai Quynh, who used all mark products on The Help star.
“Charlize wore a dramatic Cartier diamond headband and when you have such an important piece of jewelry, it can become too much, almost old-fashioned, if you have slick, over-styled hair,” explained the expert, who used Moroccanoil products on the Golden Globe
nominee. “I wanted to create an updo that combined a bohemian, romantic and casual mood, but was strong enough for the red carpet.”
For all the best and worst beauty looks of the 2012 Golden Globe Awards, click here.