So I had so much fun with the Golden Globes last week and decided to pick a few favorites from the recent Screen Actor Guild Awards as well. So, let’s get down to business! Enjoy!
With one of the best turnarounds from the Golden Globes to SAGs, Tina Fey looked much better in a Ferragamo purple dress than in the Golden Globes yucky black dress. She had pretty soft old Hollywood hair and simple makeup with gorgeous drop earings and no necklace to show off her décolletage. I was quite impressed with her style choices.
Ah, Anna Kendrick, she did it again and looked like a cutie in a pink sculptural dress and weird ponytail thing. It was like she was attempting the Julia Roberts Oscars look from way back when, but JR obviously had some fake hair help and her ponytail was huge, whereas Ms. Kendrick’s pony was just a little sad and tiny. Other choices could have been made.
Christina Applegate was looking very pretty in her light blue dress and soft feminine hair. Simple, low, curled chignon and deep side part.
Oh, Penelope Cruz, thank you for coming back and once again showing how much of a one trick pony you are…ah, girl, I’m just playing, you looked FAB!! Her L’wren Scott dress was totally reminiscent of Kate Winslet’s costumes from Titanic, with those little dangling thingies, not sure, but hey it worked fine! Her hair looked supple, shiny, so pretty, so I forgive you for working the same look a few awards shows in a row.
Okay, so Sandra Bullock rocked the 80’s flashback shoulder pads in her silly Alexander McQueen dress, but hey, who am I to judge what is truly stylish? I really liked her chignon, that’s the perfect style for a girl with gorgeous features and who may be fighting humidity or inclement weather. Go Sandra, I am so glad you did the Blindside!
Oo la la…my favorite of the night….
Kate Hudson redeems herself with an amazing white dress (again, hello Golden Globes same color) and her hair looks awesome! I want a bangin’ body like Kate’s, and I also want to sing, dance, act, and be perfectly bubbly like her, but it is an imperfect world. If I had to pick one hairstyle to claim as a favorite (um, so hard, I love hair!!) of the night, it would hands down be Kate’s. It was sophisticated, showed off the amazing dress she wore, and highlighted the cool open back.