Best Red Carpet Appearances At The Golden Globe Awards 2019
As we await the Indian film fraternity to start their award shows for 2019, Hollywood’s leading men and women descended on the red carpet in LA for the 76th Golden Globe Awards recently and left the audience watching them around the world in awe. Every year, people look forward to getting glued to their TV set to watch this event as it is known as arguably one of the funniest award nights in the industry. The A-list stars always turn out in their most stylish looks and elaborate gowns for this event and this year was no exception. Let us look at some of our favourite picks from the night.
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1. Constance WuThe actress who won all our hearts with her movie, Crazy Rich Asians, Constance Wu graced the red carpet in a custom Vera Wang gown. She kept her accessories minimal with the elaborate gown. When it came to picking the hairstyle, she went for a wavy ponytail with a side-parting. The loose strands made her look even more adorable.
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2. Penelope CruzPenelope Cruz oozed glamour in a captivating black gown by Ralph & Russo with a cinched torso and glittering specks at the Golden Globe Awards 2019. She kept her mane tucked away in a sleek neat bun. While we know how to create the hairstyle, not all of us are blessed with shiny locks like Penelope. Here’s when the
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3. Camilla BelleCamilla Belle stunned everyone as she walked down the red carpet in a peacock blue gown. The stunning number had an emerald green floral pattern that seemed to give off a calming sense of contrast. She also added a touch of edginess by matching the floral pattern with emerald eye makeup and a slicked back hairstyle. Get this hairstyle for your next grand event with the help of the
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4. Sandra OhThis year’s Golden Globe was a big night for Sandra Oh as she not only hosted the prestigious awards show but also became the first Asian woman to bag the best actress award in a television drama. She graced the red carpet in a surreal white gown by Versace. What really completes the va-va-voom look for us, though, is Oh's swooping, architectural, Hollywood-glam side-swept hairdo.
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