Search

got a tip? call (866) 667 - 2327 OR

E-mail us a tip

Celebrity Hair Stylist Joseph Chase Picks The Top Four ‘Do’s Of The Golden Globes

WENN
WENN

Hollywood stars spent hours working with the top hairstylists in the biz to glam up for the Golden Globe Awards 2013 on Sunday night, but not everyone got the look right! RadarOnline.com spoke exclusively to stylist-to-the-stars Joseph Chase of the Argyle Salon & Spa, who picked out his favorite four looks of the night.

While most people’s jaws were dropping over Jennifer Lopez’s sexy Zuhair Murad gown, Chase, who works with everyone from Emma Stone to Ashley Greene, and is the National Director of Education for Brazilian Blowout, was drooling over her ‘do.

PHOTOS: The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions At The Golden Globe Awards 2013

“Her hair was classic old Hollywood,” he explains about the look. “Love it pulled back to one side with a finger waved inspired look. It pulls the whole look together with elegance.”

Katharine McPhee was also a Smash in his style book.

“All eyes on McPhee!! Her dress was definitely a statement and stood out among the safe players of the red carpet,” he says of her steamy Theysken’s Theory style. “I loved how she wore her hair in a messy bun to keep the look edgy, sexy, and fresh.”

PHOTOS: The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions At The 2012 Golden Globe Awards

New mom, and Homeland winner, Claire Danes, also did right by Chase.

“Everything about this look screams sexy! The hair was complete bombshell to complement her bombshell dress. WOW sums it up.”

But his favorite look of the night, was courtesy of Les Miserables bombshell, Amanda Seyfried.

PHOTOS: Stars Arrive On The Red Carpet Of The Golden Globe Awards 2013

“While most went in one direction, her look combines elegance and sexy,” Chases gushes. “The hair was flawless perfection to match her beautiful gown that she wears most gracefully! I give 5 out of 5 stars to her beauty team.”

Keep checking back to RadarOnline.com for all of your award season coverage!

blog comments powered by Disqus