Critics’ Choice Movie Awards 2013 Hairstyles

Ladies and gentlemen, let’s find out together whose hairdo was a winner and whose wasn’t? What am I talking about?! Precious readers, would you please read the post’s title?! Huh, what does it say? Okay, it says “Critics’ Choice Movie Awards 2013 Hairstyles”, right? So let’s say ‘yippee’ and begin our own hairdo awards! Do you hear the drums? Just kidding! The first star who rocked the red carpet with her fabulous, creative and truly eye catching hairstyle is Amanda Seyfried. The beautiful star stunned everyone with the unique, architectural updo that she wore at this event. How did it look like? Actually, I don’t have more words than the ones I said to describe it, which means that you have to take a glimpse at its picture to see how it looks like on your own!

Let me tell you that Amanda Seyfried wasn’t the only celeb who opted for an updo, there were many others who wore different styles of updos, such as Molly Sims, Marion Cotillard, Jennifer Lawrence and Clea DuVall. Which styles? A top knot, a bun, sideswept and messy updos, respectively – all of them had very stunning and eye catching looks. And this makes us ask: Which one of them would win our award?! Like there were many female stars who rocked the 18th Critics’ Choice Movie Awards with their updos, others did the same but with their down dos!! Pretty normal, isn’t it?! Of course, this is what always happens on any red carpet.

What? Who wore flowing hair this year?! Women, be patient, I was just about to tell you!! Leslie Mann, Sally Field and Elle Fanning went for shiny and sleek, straight down dos while Jessica Chastain, Jaime King, Kerry Bishé and Gloria Reuben went for curly hair. Let me not forget to mention that Naomi Watts, Famke Janssen and Emmy Rossum charmed us with their wavy flowing ‘dos. Our dear fans, do you remember how the actress Octavia Spencer wore her hair at the Critics’ Choice 2012? I guess she wore an updo, right? Anyway, you need to know that this year she opted for an alluring and soft half up-half down do instead.

What about ponytails?! What about them?! Oh sorry, do you mean who wore them?! If so, let me tell you that both Nina Dobrev and Eva Longoria opted to sport a super sleek mid-height ponytail that had a gorgeous and chic look. Dear ladies, if you’re a true lover of the old Hollywood glamour, then you’ll fall in love with Emily Blunt’s 20’s finger wave bob. The last star who definitely turned all heads on the red carpet with her super sexy and feminine short pixie haircut is… Can you predict her name? Exactly, ladies, she is the amazing Anne Hathaway!
I guess that now is the perfect time to say that the best Critics’ Choice 2013 hairdo award goes to …………. Actually, you are the ones who are going to decide to whom this award goes! Thus, don’t forget to tell us: Which one of the last mentioned hairstyles do you like the most?!!

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