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Madame Claude’s take on  Sunday’s Golden Globes
I was pleased  to see several leading ladies wearing  hair styles that hinted at a bygone era.
 These looks showed off a polished and pristine retro-inspired glamour long missing .
The best Actress in a Drama category winner Jessica Chastain wowed me in a style that shouted   “vintage Hollywood glamour” .
The long flowing waves, pinned neatly behind her ears,
 and a bold middle part creates somewhat of  a  1920s silent movies feel.  Well this look was anything but silent it indefinably got everyone talking.
 One of my favorites was Naomi Watts’
 side-swept faux bob. I would describe her look as “a bit more modern but still keeping the feel of old-Hollywood,”
 Jessica Lange plays a 60s nun with a questionable past in American Horror Story: Asylum, but she exuded 1940s glamour at the Globes.  The sexy waves created with this style complimented her
 L’Wren Scott gown perfectly.
 Isla Fisher became a modern day Veronica Lake on the Golden Globes red carpet. This look creates her gloriously-touchable waves for the big night.
This look combined Old Hollywood and Deco references in a unique way by creating loose and modern flow Amy Adams’ Globes hair style. The Red carpet head-turning style featured a new take on the classic Marcel wave and  a small twisted bun placed on the side of the nape to complete the look.

All these looks can be created by any of the Claude Thomas
 Salon and Spa’s staff.  
When it comes to any look, hair style, hair cut or hair color and makeup expertise , we can create that special style just for you. 

Don’t forget, we can also change your look with our expertise in all methods of hair  extensions…..and we can change up your color with them also.

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