The Spring 2010 runways
were filled with extreme hair styles, and now hair stylists are predicting that daring 'do's will make the jump to the red carpet this awards season, with celebrities trading safer strands for tresses that push the envelope.
"For a long time we've seen pretty hair but now it's a bit more adventurous," backstage hair maestro Guido Palau
told StyleList of the edgy runway looks.
Celebrity hairstylist and Avon Global Stylist Adviser Tippi Shorter
-- who tends the tresses of Alicia Keys
and Vanessa Williams
-- thinks that celebrities will use their hair to make a statement, trading safe for saucy. "Particularly for music artists it is key to be daring with hairstyles," Shorter told us. "I expect to see not necessarily beautiful, but daring styles."
Is this shift in the beauty spectrum inspired by Lady Gaga
and her extreme aesthetic? We think so. A muse to influential designer Marc Jacobs
, Gaga's envelope-pushing styles are often punctuated by crazy hair. Thanks to her ubiquity on the red carpet, head-turning hair 'dos like hair bows
(crafted from actual hair) and Statue of Liberty-inspired spikes
have become well, almost normal. Nice hair hat,
now pass the Cheerios.
So StyleList is taking a leap of faith, predicting which hairstyles our favorite celebs will wear to the Golden Globe
, Screen Actor Guild
Awards. Here's our strand style forecast:
Photos: Jon Furniss, WireImage | Imaxtree
's style has definitely become more refined since her early No Doubt
days. The rocker mom constantly dazzles us with her ladylike chignons
and polished makeup -- made complete with her classic red lip
. But will she make a return to her chola phase with dark eyes and lips and a super gel 'do like the look this model is sporting from Jean Paul Gaultier
's Spring 2010 runway show?