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Fashion Trends Featured — 17 January 2012

As the celebrities stepped out onto the red carpet last night at the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards, the cameras started flashing and everyone started talking about what this year’s hottest hairstyles, makeup, and fashion were going to be.  Wouldn’t you say that is the most exciting part of the night? So what were some of the favorite looks of the night?69th Annual Golden Globe Awards - Arrivals

When we refer to a “Red Carpet Look’, red lips are an automatic staple and some celebrities made no exceptions. Angelina Jolie was stunning in her ivory gown with an accent red neckline that complimented her red lips perfectly.

Headbands were a suprise of the night, usually they are more of a casual look but I think they have become a more elegant accessory and these gals pulled it off.  What do you think?

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Many celebs were still sporting the sleek and simply ponytails for the night. However, Nicole Richie rocked out her ponytail with a more modern yet retro look, adding in blunt bangs.

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Two of the more popular hairstyles of the night were chignons and simple buns, giving a more soft feminine look. Emma Watson looked enchanting with this style.

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What was you favorite look of the night?  What looks do you think we will see next on the red carpet?

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